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Te Aka Mauri, incorporating the new Rotorua Library and Rotorua Children's Health Hub, is opening in on 3 February 2018, from 10am-4pm.
We can't wait to share Te Aka Mauri with you. Te Aka Mauri offers untold opportunities for learning, inspiration, education and health, for everyone in our community and visitors to the district, now and in the future.
Find out more about the spectacular line-up of free events and activities planned for Open Day.
See you there. Nau mai. Haere mai.
The name Te Aka Mauri was gifted by Ngā Mahinga Toi, a group of iwi leaders brought together to guide the design process. Te Aka means the vine or interconnection and Mauri means life force or essence. The name reflects the shared vision to create a facility of excellence to advance community wellbeing and understanding.
The new Te Aka Mauri building comprises four floors. It is located right in the heart of the CBD, next to Jean Batten Square, stretching the full length from Arawa Street to Haupapa Street.
Once Rotorua Library moves into Te Aka Mauri on 3 February we will be open 7 days a week.
Follow our journey on Facebook and keep an eye on our website for more of the Te Aka Mauri story.
A mihi has been written for Te Aka Mauri by Ngā Mahinga Toi Chair, Bryce Murray.
Join us at the Te Aka Mauri Open Day on Saturday 3 February 2018.
Take a closer look at the features and spaces at Te Aka Mauri.
Many thanks to these generous funding organisations for lifting Te Aka Mauri to new heights.
Read about the project background of Te Aka Mauri.
The story behind the design inspiration of Te Aka Mauri.
Look back on Rotorua Library history from 1889 to today.