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"Maori Language Week at the Library July 26-Aug 1. Crafts. Displays. Maori language classes for you - adult & children beginners. Lunchtime crafts Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday. All day Wednesday. Classes in basic Maori language are open to everyone, Mothers are welcome to bring babies. Te Ranagtahi, books 1,2 & 3 will be used - please bring your own copy if you have one. Programme. Monday July 27. How to make a Korowai cloak, preparing feathers and flax & demonstration. Maori language classes for beginners everyone welcome. Tuesday July 28. Maori language class for beginners. How to peg a canoe. Maori language class for beginners everyone welcome. Wednesday July 29 PN Tu Tangata Group. Practising crafts throughout the day. Kit making, flax work, piu-pius, pois. Thursday July 30. Maori language for schools. How to peg a canoe. Maori language class for beginners. Of special interest to full-time workers. Friday July 31. How to make a korowai cloak, preparing feathers & flax. Maori language class for beginners. Of special interest to full time workers." Part of a collection of posters that were displayed in the Public Library in the 1970s - 1980s.

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Object type
Physical Object
Digitisation ID
2017Pa_A175-50_019684
Title
Māori Language Week poster
Format
Paper
Held In
Research File
Relation
A175/50
Archive
Palmerston North Poster Collection
Identifier
A175/50
Date
1980s

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