You and your family are invited to join the premiere public walks of sensory storytelling held on the 72 seclusive acres of private land.
During each walk, your senses will be awakened by seeing, smelling, touching and tasting seasonal native plants.
"The Art of Foraging" unexpectedly provided me with a very deep connection with nature. I came away both surprised and grateful for this experience. Through Mamakan's love for plants and her sharing of her knowledge, not just through words but by seeing, smelling, and tasting what they offered, I was quite amazed. I realized through this experience some of nature's secrets and how she can provide for us if treated respectfully. After being introduced and intimately connected to plants along our walk through the schools beautiful grounds, we were asked to walk quietly through the bush on our way back. It was in these moments that this peace came over me and a feeling of gratitude filled me for the experience. A new connection and respect for nature was awakened and it would never be the same again. - Thomas Kuhner, Goldsmith and Jewelry Designer
Join this guided bush walk and immerse yourself with sensorial storytelling inspired by ancient wisdom, wonder and wellbeing. What does a fern frond taste like? How good is the flavour of a native bush kombucha? And would you want to wear an indigenous perfume? Mamakan is hosting two walks on Sunday 6th of December at 9am-1pm.
Each walk includes tastings of foraged food and drinks. Adults and children from 6 years and up are welcome. Please bring sensible hiking boots or gumboots.
Tickets: 89 NZ$ for Adults and 29$ for Children aged 6-16 years. These walks are raising funds for regenerative and sustainable developments of the land for the benefit of the wider local community. Giftcards are available.
RSVP Spaces are limited. Book now by sending a message to 0272209107 or email email@example.com with your name, phone number and time you’d like to take part. Or simply get your tickets below!
Date: 6th of December, 2020 at 10am-1pm (morning) or 2-5pm (afternoon)
Venue: Titirangi Rudolf Steiner School, 5 Helios Place, Titirangi, Auckland 0604