Turanganui kids in kapa haka action

Kapa haka fever continues in Gisborne for the second week running.

Last week it was the national primary kapa haka festival at Rugby Park. This week it is the turn of local pre-school and primary school teams in the annual Turanganui Schools Kapa Haka Festival at the Showgrounds Events Centre.

The festival runs from 9am to 1pm every day this week, with a 15-minute time slot for each group. Entry is $5 for adults while it is free for children.

Kapa haka fever continues in Gisborne for the second week running.

Last week it was the national primary kapa haka festival at Rugby Park. This week it is the turn of local pre-school and primary school teams in the annual Turanganui Schools Kapa Haka Festival at the Showgrounds Events Centre.

The festival runs from 9am to 1pm every day this week, with a 15-minute time slot for each group. Entry is $5 for adults while it is free for children.

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