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Waitangi Day commemorates a significant day in the history of New Zealand. It is a public holiday held each year on 6 February to celebrate the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, New Zealand's founding document, on that date in 1840.

The signing of the treaty was not commemorated until 1934. Prior to that date, most celebrations of New Zealand's founding as a colony were marked on 29 January, the date on which William Hobson arrived in the Bay of Islands. In 1932, Governor-General Lord Bledisloe and his wife had purchased and presented to the nation the run-down house of James Busby, where the treaty was signed. The Treaty house and grounds were made a public reserve, which was dedicated on 6 February 1934. This event is considered by some to be the first Waitangi Day, although celebrations were not Broadyet held annually. At the time, it was the most representative meeting of Māori ever held. Attendees included the Maori King and thousands of Settlers.

Saturday 6th February 2021
DreamCentre Church
3 Chisholm Road, Carrara

Powhiri 9.15am

Gates Open 10.00am to 3.00pm

Entry Cost FREE

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