Come and learn about rongoa in a friendly environment and take part in some hands on activities that will show you the basics of creating pani (balms), wairakau (herbal tea) and hopi (soap).
Also learn about the rakau (plants) that can be grown at home for you and your whanau health benefits.
Limited spaces to register please contact Ihipera 021 292 3578 or Judy 021 176 1479.
Te Atatu Peninsula Community Centre - Tuturiwhatu/Dotterel room 9am - 4pm
2nd & 30th March and 27th April
Kelston Community Centre - Activity Room 2 9am - 4pm
9th March & 6th April
Bring a plate for a shared lunch.