Index Wellington Hutt Valley Porirua Kapiti Wairarapa 2013

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Index of Events
Date Event
As arranged Hands-On Introductory Workshop
Weekdays & Sats from 8th Sept Display of Photographs
Sun 8th Sept Open Day: Carterton Railway Station
Fri 20th Sept Annual Heritage Lecture

 

Details of Events
The Printing Works
Hands-On Introductory Workshop
These one day introductory workshops cover: selecting and hand-setting type, preparing the type for the press, selecting your paper or card, and printing your creation. A hands-on experience with individual tuition from Tony King, using a press appropriate to your project. The workshop fee of $90 includes entry to Cobblestones Museum. Workshops are scheduled to suit you, and occupy about seven hours. Share your ideas of what you wish to learn or print before setting a date.
As arranged
The Printing Works, Cobblestones Museum, Main St, Greytown, September. $90
Tony King tonyzl@ihug.co.nz T: 06 3049402.
Carterton District Historical Society
Display of Photographs
An exhibition of Photographs showing past photographs of retail shops on the High Street, Hotels, Dairy Factories, Homes etc. These show what is happening to our old buildings in the area - what has been destroyed by neglect, removed or just pulled down.
Weekdays & Sats from 8th Sept
Mon to Fri 9.30am-5pm, Sat 9.30am-12.30pm. Events Centre, Holloway St, Carterton.
Wairarapa Railway Restoration Society
Open Day: Carterton Railway Station
The station, recently refurbished by Wairarapa Railway Restoration Soc, features memorabilia dating from the 1880 opening. Steam Inc’s vintage train arrives at 10.30am. The day coincides with the town’s annual Daffodil Festival.
Sun 8th Sept
10am-4pm, $3. Carterton Railway Station, off Belvedere Rd, Carterton
Donald Hodge E: mrdeejay@xtra.co.nz.
Greytown Community Heritage Trust
Annual Heritage Lecture
Malcom Fleming (Accent Architects, NZIB) on ‘The Outlook for Wellington’s Heritage Buildings amidst high earthquake sensitivity’.
Fri 20th Sept
7.30pm for 8pm. Little Theatre, Main St, Greytown.
Frank Minehan T: 06 304 8151 E: fminehan@clear.net.nz.