Category Archives: Rehua Marae
Rehua marae is hosting carols at the pā again this year on December 1, from 5-8pm at 79 Springfield Rd. Take a picnic, a blanket, the whanau and enjoy. It’s one of the highlights of the year in St Albans.
Location: Rehua Marae, 79 Springfield Rd Time: December 4 6 – 8.30pm. Description: Carol singing, entertainment, prizes
Te Whatumanawa Māoritanga o Rehua Trust Board is looking for a fulltime permanent Marae Manager to lead the operations of its thriving, central city Marae.
Keep the family entertained and raise funds to repair the Wharenui at Rehua Marae in Springfield Road on October 4. The first screening is for The Silent One at 3pm followed by Boy at 6pm. American hot dogs and other … Continue reading
Location: Rehua Marae, 79 Springfield RoadTime: February 6 from 10am-2pm Description: Open Day at the Marae with activities for tamariki, weaving, mirimiri etc. $10.00 Hangi at 1.30pm. To order, presales are being taken on 03 355 5615 or 027 245 … Continue reading
Whanau members, community workers and local musicians made for a great night when the marae hosted carol singing on the evening of December 6.
Location: Rehua Marae, Springfield Road Time: December 6 6pm-8.45pm Description: Join the whānau at Rehua Marae for a celebration of Christmas! Non-stop entertainment including bands – Mana Whānau, Merchants of Flow and many others, individual and group artists, kapahaka and … Continue reading
The leadership role of Rehua Marae in response to the earthquakes in 2010 and 2011 was highlighted by Emma Rawson from the Canterbury District Health Board at the Public Health Association’s annual conference in New Plymouth recently.
Location: Rehua Marae, Springfield Road Time: June 29 10am-4pm Description: The open day includes a jewellery workshop (bookings only) Mahi Toi, Mirimiri, Kapa Haka, Raranga, storytelling and Christchurch City Library children’s activities. Presentations include Rongoa Maori and Mataraki. The day … Continue reading
Rehua Marae in Springfield Road plans to upgrade its kitchen and has applied to the Christchurch City Council for assistance to do so.
Rehua Marae at 79 Springfield Road is holding its first Whakamana Hauora day on February 27 to uplift Māori health and wellbeing through Kōrero and Mātauranga.
He Oranga Pounamu Project leader Sharon Hillier and Alice Kemp are co-ordinating an earthquake support service for local whanau.