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Agrodome Farm Show for Rotorua Primary Schools

When:

Wed 13 Sep 2017, 11:00am–12:00pm

Where: Agrodome, Western Rd, Rotorua, Bay of Plenty

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Farm Show (maximum 35 people per school including teachers): $0.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Website:

Listed by: Agrodome

*Note: Fully booked

Kia ora!

To celebrate Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week), the Agrodome is providing a free Farm Show to Rotorua primary schools to introduce students to ‘farm te reo’. Rotorua is now the first officially bilingual city in Aotearoa, so come to the Agrodome to find out how to expand your te reo vocabulary!

The Farm Show is a fun-packed hour of entertainment and education for the whole family. You’ll hear amazing facts and have a few laughs as you’re introduced to 19 breeds of sheep. Then, watch a live sheep shearing demonstration and a fun sheep auction!

Our remarkable farm dogs will amaze you, as they demonstrate their ability to respond to commands and keep those sheep (and ducks!) in line. If a hands-on experience is what you want, jump on stage to feed the lambs or even hand-milk a cow!

Terms and conditions:
- Spaces are strictly limited (maximum 35 people per school including teachers). Teachers must accompany students.
- The Farm Show is free, but you must register online at www.agrodome.co.nz/freefarmshow. As there are limited spaces available, we cannot guarantee tickets for each school that registers. You will receive an email from the Agrodome (within 24-hours) to confirm if your reservation was successful.
- Transport is not included.
- Must be a registered Rotorua Primary School.
- Valid for the 13th September 2017, 11 am Farm Show only.
- Must register by 8th September 2017.

About the Agrodome:
The Agrodome is owned and operated by Ngāi Tahu Tourism, one of the largest tourism operators in Aotearoa with 11 businesses across the country. Ngāi Tahu Tourism is owned by Ngāi Tahu, the biggest iwi (tribe) by population in Te Waipounamu (the South Island).

We consider it part of our job to give our customers a deeper connection to Aotearoa through a greater understanding of the history and culture. We aim to educate our customers about Ngāi Tahu and Māori culture, from the language we use in our greetings, to the Māori names for the places they are visiting – and beyond.

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