Matariki or the Māori New Year is a time for each of us to reflect on our place in the world. this year Ara celebrates Matariki 28 June - 9 July to align with the Matariki constellation visible in the sky. See My Ara for ways to celebrate Matariki at Ara this year. Learn what each of the nine stars represent in the videos created by Ara on You Tube called Stars of Matariki.
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Watch this 20 minute video presented by Stephen McConnachie and Ronnie Taulafo to explore the Matariki Cluster of stars, to identify when Matariki rises, and how to locate the cluster in the morning sky using mathematics.
Award winning sand artist, Marcus Winter, presents the story of Matariki.
Mahinga kai is significant to the time of Matariki. These library blogposts share about Ngāi Tahu's food gathering activities during the time of Matariki.