Please Note: Event numbers relate to Programme Events, Exhibitions and Activities on the accompanying maps

Wednesday, 30 August 2017 01:15

04. ZEAL STEEL: OPEN FACTORY

Saturday 14 October
10am–2pm

See Lawrie Forbes’ amazing sculpture artworks being created from the
1910 steam ship Te Whaka. His new sculpture is install

Steel Art History - Zeal Steel, 14 Devon St, Dunedin

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Tuesday, 01 August 2017 04:52

07. OTAGO PENINSULA MUSEUM DISPLAYS

Sunday 15 October
10:30am–3:30pm

Includes photos of harbour communities, ferries and the old Cape Saunders Lighthouse.

Otago Peninsula Museum, 17 Harrington Point, Portobello
$2 per adult, children free

 

 

 

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Friday, 30 November 2001 00:00

08. PORTOBELLO HERITAGE TRAIL LAUNCH

Saturday 14 October
12 noon

Portobello Community Inc. and the Peninsula Museum will launch their new heritage trail around the Portobello township, starting from the Portobello jetty.

FREE

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Friday, 30 November 2001 00:00

10. VOGEL STREET PARTY

Saturday 14 October
3pm till late


VOGEL STREET PARTY - Ideas and Incubation

The core ethos of the Vogel Street Party is to create a collaborative environment in which a mix of different businesses, industries, community groups, residents, creatives, artists (local and international interact with an audience to celebrate and highlight the area's unique past, present and future through a variety of art and technology. 

We invite you to participate and enjoy the many and varied interactive activities, exhibitions, performances and installations. Don't miss your opportunity to connect with the historical precinct, a gateway linking the globe with Dunedin


Vogel St, Warehouse Precinct.

www.vogelstparty.nz

FREE

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Wednesday, 30 August 2017 01:30

11. PUKEHIKI OPEN DAY

Sunday 15 October
10am-3pm

The Pukehiki Library celebrates its Otago Peninsula history with a special remembrance of late award-winning children’s author and longtime Peninsula resident, Joan de Hamel. A storyteller will present readings from several of Joan’s works set on the Otago Peninsula in English and Māori at 11am and 1pm. All welcome!

At Pukehiki Church, there will be a display of the church's unique history with trust members in attendance.

Pukehiki District Hall was built for the Volunteer Militia in 1887 and is currently undergoing restoration. There will be army memorabilia and dance photographs on display.

Highcliff Rd, Otago Peninsula. www.pukehiki.nz.

FREE

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Wednesday, 30 August 2017 01:33

12. BROAD BAY BOATING CLUBHOUSE: OPEN

Sunday 15 October
10am-4pm


BROAD BAY BOATING CLUBHOUSE: OPEN
683A Portobello Rd, next to the Broad Bay Beach Reserve.

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Friday, 30 November 2001 00:00

14. GLENFALLOCH GALA DAY

Sunday 15 October
10.30am-3.30pm

Celebrate 50 years of the Otago Peninsula Trust at Glenfalloch with a golden garden gala. Loads of family fun, including a yacht race, wedding dress exhibition, stalls, food, music, sculpture and a petting zoo.

Glenfalloch Woodland Garden, 430 Portobello Rd, Otago Peninsula
www.glenfalloch.org.nz

FREE

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Sunday 15 October
10:30am - 12 noon and 1:30pm - 3pm

From a fish hatchery in 1904 to a state-of-the-art university teaching laboratory, come and see the new facilities and marine life studied.

New Zealand Marine Studies Centre, 185 Hatchery Rd, Portobello.

Bookings essential, limited numbers.
Adults $15, Children 5 years and over $10.
www.otago.ac.nz/marine-studies/news/events/otago654416.html

 

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Sunday 15 October
11am

A guided tour of Larnach Castle, focusing on entrepreneur William Larnach’s business activities in the Otago Harbour.

Larnach Castle, 145 Camp Rd, Dunedin.

Booking essential. $31 adult, $10 child.
Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone (03) 476 1616.

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Service 11am
OPEN 12noon-4pm

Built in 1899 by the first Polish settlers to Otago and Southland, formerly at Waihola.

Queen of Peace Church, Broad Bay

FREE

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