Events

Visit Larnach’s Tomb: restoration and stained glass

Sunday 19 February, 12 o’clock midday the Northern Cemetery Sextons Cottage
Viewed from within is the only way to appreciate the restored windows, guide stained glass artist Peter McKenzie.
$10 – booklet & afternoon tea at the Sextons Cottage
(numbers limited – reservations to Ann Barsby)

Otago Peninsula Ruins: day tour

Saturday 18 February, 10am Chinese Garden car park (or 25th if wet – check lindskii@yahoo.com)
Members are invited to join Gregor Campbell’s free guided tour which explores interesting abandoned, preserved and eroding pieces of Peninsula history [including Larnach’s farm house and maids’ quarters] Walk to one site requires a moderate level of fitness (or wait) Take drink/lunch and camera!

Members Garden Party at 12 Royal Terrace

Sunday 5 March, 3pm at 12 Royal Terrace (indoors if wet)

Come and meet your fellow members and the trustees at our home for afternoon tea and explore the potential of our garden so close to the city backing on to the town belt.
RSVP for numbers

Harbour City: Dunedin Heritage Festival 1017 (October)

The Trust is planning Dunedin’s biennial Heritage Festival in collaboration with individuals representing a variety of organisations. Otago Harbour is the theme which offers plenty of scope for events and community activities.
Members’ involvement is most welcome, for example – make suggestions for topics, activities, recording meeting outcomes and assistance with festival planning.

Please contact me for further information:
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Ann Barsby
Southern Heritage Trust

SOUTHERN HERTIAGE TRUST AGM
INVITATION
to the
Southern Heritage Trust
AGM
Thursday 21 June, mid winter’s day!
 
5.30pm
 
Join us at 123 Vogel St., a heritage award winning restored building in the Warehouse Precinct,  Galloway Cook Allen rooms, first floor  
 
Speaker Sue Bidrose, CEO DCC
All welcome
 
Ann Barsby
03 479 0169
barsby.ann@icloud.com

Southern Heritage Trust
12 Royal Terrace, Dunedin 9016
New Zealand
Phone: (03) 471 8265
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