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Te Arohanui Maori Culture Club (Inc.)

Welcome to Western Australia's longest running Incorporated Maori Culture Group

Our Kapa Haka Group

Started in July 1977, Te Arohanui Maori Culture Club has been running strong for many years. Currently consisting of approximately 15 performing members. Our group performs in and around the Perth metro area, performing for birthdays, weddings, and a range of other events.

About Us

Te Arohanui Maori Club was started in a suburban parking lot in Perth by a group of people hungry for learning and not wanting their children to lose their heritage. We are a non-profit organisation with the aim to one day be part of or establish a cultural community centre. Keeping our culture alive for our children and our children's children is a vital part of Te Arohanui and to keep the learning apart of our everyday lives will keep Te Arohanui alive. Our group consists of people from all parts of New Zealand and the world. We are not restricted to certain "Tribes". We welcome all with open arms.

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! ! ! ANNOUNCEMENT ! ! !

Waitangi Day 2010 will be held at Tom Perrot Reserve, McCabe Street, Mosman Park, WA. 6th February 2010. Te Arohanui will be performing between 10.00 - 11.00am. Please come and support us. Entry is $10 adults.

Kapahaka practices have recommenced. If you are interested in attending please call Lyn Waaka 08 9250 6040 or Mihi Betham 0418 944 232 and they will let you know where and when.

If you are interested or can help out please see the following email sent to the club.

Once again, Thank you all.

Family - $20
Single - $10
Please see Gloria or 1 of the committee members to pay your fees.

Kiaora Nicola.

Contacting Us

Our culture group gets together every week for Kapahaka practice where we learn songs and dances of our culture. Everyone is welcome to attend these session and we encourage everyone to participate. We are available for performances and Hangi's all year round and can be contacted on the following numbers.

For info about Te Arohanui
Mihi Betham - Public Relations +61 (08)9274 1855 / 0418 944 232
Lyn Waaka - President +61 (08)9250 6040

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