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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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