Waitangi Day CelebrationDate: Saturday, 6th February 2016
Time: 10am - 3pm
Location: ECOLight Stadium, Pukekohe
Cost: FREE admission
February 6, 2016 marks 176 years since the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. In 1840 representatives of the British Crown met with over 500 Maori chiefs in Waitangi, Northland, to sign what is considered to be New Zealand’s founding document.
Waitangi Day has been a public holiday since 1934. Everyone is invited to celebrate Waitangi Day in Pukekohe at the number 2 field next to ECOlight Stadium on Franklin Road, Pukekohe.
This is a free event for all the family with live performances, live acts and entertainment for all the children.
There will be kai on offer, Hangi, seafood, fry bread, Indian cuisine and much more.
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