SPECIAL GUESTS


Whakatõpü Kotahi is the name of our Kapa Haka dance troupe. It means different spirits assembled in a group because of culture and united in a purpose. (Rereké wairua Whakatõpü õahurea Kotahi aronga.) We are all from different backgrounds. Maori, Samoan, Fijian, Filipino, Mohawk, Lakota, Quebecois, Spanish, Italian, Argentinean, Lebanese, Irish, Scottish and more. Together we share a respect, honour and passion for the practice of the Maori culture specifically through the Maori Haka, (the breath of fire).

Performing: Saturday 11:30am, before Grand Entry and at dinner break 5pm. Sunday before Grand Entry at 11:00am.



Check out our tipi area to experience Native artisans stepping back in time while demonstrating corn husk doll making, basket making and flint knapping.




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