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Pre-Celebrations lead up events 2019

 

Fotographix Photo Reproduction Competition

​Do you have a photo from the Victorian era taken in North Otago? How about trying to recreate it?

Find a photo taken in the Victorian Era and try your best to recreate it in the original setting. This is an open competition for anyone who is inspired. Get together your family, friends, work colleagues and classmates to see what you can create.

 

Dance Lessons

​Come and learn the dances in preparation for the Heritage Ball.

This year the  Friday evening formal Ball to celebrate Queen Victoria's 200th birthday.

Retail Window Display Competition

We invite all local retailers to dress their windows in theme and show off their talents. Take a wander around Oamaru and meet our warm and friendly local business owners. Businesses that compete go into the draw for a $750 advertising package from sponsor Real Radio 104FM.

 

Penny Farthing and Vintage Cycle Tour

​10th–13th November​
This year Oamaru Ordinary Cycle Club will complete day trips from Oamaru to see places of interest around the district. For more details contact 027 2931059, oamaruordinary@gmail.com, or visit oocc.org.nz

 

Blithe Spirit

8th–23rd November​
This play was last performed by the society in 1966 and goes a bit like this,
‘Charles has been married to Ruth, his second wife, for five years and is successful novelist. He wishes to learn about the occult for a novel he is writing, and he arranges for an eccentric medium, Madame Arcati, to hold a séance at his house. At the séance, Madame Arcati inadvertently summons Charles's first wife, Elvira, whom only Charles can see or hear. And so the scene is set for the wives to battle for sole custody of Charles.’

Daily Events

Be blessed! St Luke’s Anglican Church is Open

​Welcome All - View and discover the history of this local landmark. 10.30am – 3.30pm, 15th November –17th November. Corner Tees and Itchen Streets

The Potters Wheel, North Otago Floral Art Society 

​Floral Art Display 10:30am-3:30pm,15th November –17th November
(Gold-coin donation)
St Luke’s Anglican Church, Corner Tees and Itchen Streets

Custom House Gallery 

​Come and admire local art which will be for sale in our gallery open

Tuesaday11am-3pm, Friday 10am-3pm and Saturday 10am-3pm

29 Tyne St

Brydone Hotel High Tea

​​Experience a delightful High Tea in elegant surroundings
15 November -  17 November
Brydone Hotel 115 Thames St Oamaru
$26.00 per person
Booking essential 03 433 0480

Oamaru Steam and Rail Trip

​Welcome aboard the vintage train that will take you from the Harbourside Station to the Quarry Siding in the harbour area and return. Train leaves every 30 minutes from 10am Saturday and 11am Sunday, finishing approximately 4pm both days. Steam train running is weather dependent. Return tickets: Adults $10, children $4, Family (2 adults 2 children) $24. 
Book at the Harbourside Station or i-SITE 
Harbourside Station pedestrian access via Itchen Street

Steel Bike Display 

​Steel bicycles from the 1800’s to the end of the steel bicycle era in about 1990. Bicycles include famous bike brands such as Colnago, Carlton, Malvern Star, Frejus, Legnano etc. There will be several bikes with some great history ridden by NZ Champions and World Champions Members of the Steel Bike Club (sub-group of Cycling Waitaki) will be in attendance to give an outline of the history of these bikes. 10am-4pm, 15 November -  17 November
Entry $2 Adults, Children under 12 Free 
Oamaru Squash and Badminton Hall, 14 Tyne St

Carriage Collection Display

​Come and see how the Victorians travelled. From the humble cart to a gentleman’s carriage. This is a private horsedrawn carriage collection, not usually available for public viewing. At James Udall’s store (also from these premises Herman House used to sell carriages!)
1pm-5pm, 14 November - 16 November
36 Tyne Street  Oamaru, opposite the car park.

Wednesday 13th November 2019

Hat Construction for Victorian Costuming 

10am -2pm
Take the opportunity to learn about the art of millinery from the talented Liz Van der Ende, whom has 35 years experience at her studio in Kakanui. Materials included. Liz is also willing to answer questions by appointment 0276108222 and is running a demonstration about hat embellishments on 16 November. 
Tickets $65, book at i-SITE, online at vhc.co.nz or email lizende@outlook.com 

 

The Waitaki Valley Singers 

12.05pm
Enjoy their first midday concert. Bring your lunch. Tea and coffee provided.
Entry by gold coin donation,St Paul’s Church 5 Coquet St

Put on your knickerbockers: bicycle wheels and dress reform in the late 19th century

​6pm
Public Talk by Dr Jane Malthus, Dress Historian, Otago Polytechnic Design Department 
FREE, Oamaru Public Library, 62 Thames St

Thursday 14th November 2018

Of Ships, Sheep and Grain Walking Tour

10am-12pm

From open roadstead, Oamaru Harbour welcomed migrants, stock and building materials from the 1840s. Then as the breakwater and wharves were built; wool, grain and frozen meat were exported to the world until 1970. From tents on the beach to Oamaru stone buildings for merchants, bankers and millers the town & district grew rapidly. Tickets $25, book at i-SITE or online at vhc.co.nz, 
Meet on the Corner of Harbour St and Wansbeck St.

Oamaru Steam and Rail Workshop Open Day 

​10am - 2.30pm
Come and experience the inner workings of the Oamaru Steam and Rail workshop. See how things are made and maintained to keep the engines running around the harbour. Gold Coin Donation, Steam and Rail Workshop behind Steampunk HQ

Daily Guided Tour and Tea at Totara Estate

​11am -12.30pm and 2pm-3.30pm
Take a turn around Totara Estate and see how the wheels of history rotated making this Victorian Estate so important to our history. From the wheels on the simple farm carts to the wheel on the giant steam powered revolutionary refrigeration machine you will have a new appreciation for the work done by the men on the Estate back in 1882. A well deserved traditional cookhouse style morning or afternoon tea will follow.
Tickets $25, book at i-SITE, at Totara Estate, or online at vhc.co.nz

Friends of the Salvation Army Band and The North  Otago Women’s Club Choir

​12.05pm
Music at St Paul’s Church features Friends of the Salvation Army Band with the North Otago Women’s Club Choir. Bring your lunch. Tea and coffee provided.
St Paul’s Church 5 Coquet Street Gold coin donation

 

Grand Opening

​5pm
Come and join us on the Opera House steps for the Mayoral launch of the 2019 Victorian Heritage 
Celebrations, and the announcement of the winners of the  Photo Reproduction Competition. Enjoy delightful music and entertainment inside the Opera House and admire outfits.
Non-alcoholic refreshments and nibble provided . Café and bar will be open for purchases. 
Free Entry
Oamaru Opera House, 94 Thames St

Oamaru Heritage Walking Tour

​6.30pm
Take a step back in time and discover Oamaru’s vibrant colonial history. Embark on a 90 minute easy paced journey around the historic precinct and be immersed in Oamaru’s rich heritage, culture and geology with an expert local guide.
Tickets $25, book at i-SITE, Meet at i-SITE, 1 Thames St

 

Free Wheeling Women’s Cycle Club Musical Evening

​7pm
Join this light-hearted recreation of a musical evening that the Atalanta Ladies’ Cycling Club held in 1893. Established in Christchurch in 1892, they were the first all-women’s cycling club in Australasia. Enjoy listening to popular tunes from the time, including some that celebrate cycling and feel free to sing along! 
Tickets $10, book at i-SITE or online at vhc.co.nz
Early Settlers’ Hall Severn Street just behind the Opera House 94 Thames St

 

Gentleman’s Relish

​8.30pm

Enjoy a night of burlesque, circus and comedy with the talented performers from ‘Lads on Tour’ Cabaret and other guests. This vaudeville style show with saucily salacious, comedic, mystic and enticing performers coming together to entertain. This year we are going bigger and better. Bigger venue, more performers and a few surprises. Experience the ‘other side’ of society in Victorian Oamaru.

Friday 15th November 2019

 

Breakfast with Victoria and the Victorians

​8.30am – 10.00am
Nigel Costley will present a series of vignettes during breakfast. Doors open 8am with breakfast served at 8.30am.
Tickets $30, book at i-SITE or online at vhc.co.nz
Brydone Hotel, 115 Thames St

North Otage Heritage Ball Practice 

​9.30am – 11.00am
For those who wish to learn or practice dances for the Heritage Ball. 
Gold coin donation. 
Scottish Hall, 10 Tyne St

Oamaru’s Classical Architecture Walking Tour

10am– 12pm

Conservation historian Helen Stead takes you under, through and past some of Oamaru’s magnificent historic buildings; linking classical and humble structures created by artisans and pioneers rejoicing in the local availability of easily worked limestone giving historic Oamaru its distinctive character.
Tickets $25, book at i-SITE or online at vhc.co.nz
Meet at 1 Thames St i-SITE.

 

Elevenses with Mrs B

​10am – 2pm

Call into the Early Settlers’ Hall for delicious treats from Mrs Beeton’s kitchen with tea, coffee, or a small glass of madeira in celebration of Queen Victoria’s 200th birthday. Try your hand at Victorian parlour games or just relax and have a chat. $5 per serving
Early Settlers’ Hall Severn Street just behind the Opera House 90 Thames St

Café Promenade

​10am – 12pm
Stroll the streets and study the winners of the Photo Reproduction Competition and the Window Display Competition sponsored by Real Radio 104 in the shop windows. Don’t forget to sample the fare at our local victuallers.

Daily Guided Tour and Tea at Totara Estate

​11am -12.30pm and 2pm-3.30pm
Take a turn around Totara Estate and see how the wheels of history rotated making this Victorian Estate so important to our history. From the wheels on the simple farm carts to the wheel on the giant steam powered revolutionary refrigeration machine you will have a new appreciation for the work done by the men on the Estate back in 1882. A well deserved traditional cookhouse style morning or afternoon tea will follow.
Tickets $25, book at i-SITE, at Totara Estate, or online at vhc.co.nz

Queen Victoria’s 200th Birthday Party

​10.30am - 12.30pm
Ladies and Gentleman join us in the Opera House Foyer for an exceedingly elegant morning tea and birthday celebrations.
Prices as charged. Oamaru Opera House, 94 Thames St

Great Photo Opportunity

​12.30pm

Join Oamaru’s heritage family for a group photograph in costume on the steps of the Opera House. Presentation to the winners of the best Victorian costume competition.
Oamaru Opera House 90 Thames Street 

 

Forrester and Lemon Memorial Lecture

​1pm
Wheels of Change - Stories of Victorian Heroines with Professor Katie Pickles
What were Victorian heroines made of? How were they part of the wheels of change in Victorian society? Commenting on women’s changing status through the 19th Century, this lecture reconsiders famous role models and icons including Queen Victoria herself, Grace Darling and Florence Nightingale. How and why were these British women claimed in colonial New Zealand? A free public lecture organised by the Oamaru Whitestone Civic Trust.
Oamaru Opera House, Ink Box, 94 Thames St

Where we went & the adventures we had.

​1pm – 2pm
The Oamaru Ordinary Cycle Club presents their passion for the “ordinary cycle” (Penny Farthing) and recount their adventures on this year’s Heritage Cycle Tour.
Free, Oamaru Library, 62 Thames St

 

Croquet in the Gardens

​​1.30pm – 3.30pm
Have a go at croquet in the gardens with help from the Awamoa Gardens Croquet Club.
Oamaru Public Gardens, Chelmer St

Crombie & Price Victorian Garden Party

2.30pm – 3.30pm

Come to experience the delightful elegance of the ever-popular Victorian Garden Party. Light refreshments and entertainment while you admire the elegance of the costumes. Horse and carriage rides through the gardens will be made available for a modest fee.
Free, Oamaru Public Gardens, Chelmer St

 

Norbert Hausberg Puppeteer Performance 

​6.30pm
A unique opportunity to see Puppeteer Norbert Hausberg and his hand-crafted marionettes bringing stories to life inspired by New Zealand and international history. Show will last approximately 1 hour. Limited seats. 
Tickets $10 Adults, $5 Children, Family (2 adults 2 children) $20. Book at i-SITE or at Whitestone City
Whitestone City, 12 Harbour St

Oamaru Heritage Walking Tour

​6.30pm
Take a step back in time and discover Oamaru’s vibrant colonial history. Embark on a 90 minute easy paced journey around the historic precinct and be immersed in Oamaru’s rich heritage, culture and geology with an expert local guide.
Tickets $25, book at i-SITE, Meet at i-SITE, 1 Thames St

Oamaru Steam and Rail Evening Penguin Colony Trip

​7pm
Welcome aboard the vintage train for the journey from the Harbourside Station to the Quarry Siding in the harbour area in time to attend evening viewing at the Penguin Colony.
Departing Harbourside Station at 7pm, 7.30pm and 8pm. Return 8.30pm and 9.45pm.
Train and Penguin Colony entry combo Adults $45. Children $20,  Family (2 adults 2 children) $100
Return ticket Train only- Adults $10, children $4, Family (2 adults 2 children) $24 Book i-SITE, vhc.co.nz, or Harbourside Station 
Harbourside Railway Station access via Itchen Street

Royal Variety Concert 

​8pm
Come and enjoy the atmosphere of the Grainstore Gallery and the music of Sneaky Bones, a US folk and Americana Musician. Supporting act, Mama Kuss, will have you laughing with her social commentary and comedy burlesque. Doors open 7.30pm.
Tickets $20, available to reserve by text message 0273666201

 

Queen Victoria’s Birthday Ball

8pm

The good citizens of the Empire are invited to celebrate our beloved Queen’s 200th birthday. Tonica, a quartet from Dunedin have been engaged to play and a four course supper will be served through the evening. A variety of liquid refreshments may be purchased. Dress code: Formal Ball attire or Dress uniform. Limited places, booking essential. No door sales.
Ballroom opens at 7pm. Grand March commences at 8pm. Dancing until late. 
Tickets $70, book at i-SITE or online at vhc.co.nz
The Scottish Hall, 10 Tyne St. 

Saturday 16th November 2019

 

Vintage Car Club Swapmeet

​8am
The North Otago Vintage Car Club is hosting their annual Swapmeet, a treasure-trove of delights for all vintage and veteran enthusiasts, something for everyone. 
Entry $5 at the gate, 
A and P Show grounds, Caledonion Road.

 

Highland Dancing

8:30am

​Enjoy a Celtic fling at St Paul’s, where Highland dancers will be competing all day.
St Paul’s Church, Wear St entrance

Grandma’s Treasures Sale
10:30am–2:30pm 

Pre-loved china, paintings, jewellery.

St Luke’s Church Itchen Street

10:3

 

Whitestone Contracting  Grand Street Parade

12pm

The Victorian Heritage Celebrations committee invites all of  Waitaki District to join, or to watch, the Whitestone Contracting Grand Street Parade as it travels through the Victorian Precinct and lower Thames Street. The ‘Wheels’ theme in all its connotations will be on display as well as music, Victorian costumes, fun and frivolity. How will you, or an organisation you belong to, be taking part? Contact ovhcommittee@gmail.com if you would like to join the Parade. Starting at corner Tyne and Wansbeck Streets, travelling to Opera House and return. Parade assembly 11.30am

Flower, feather and ribbon embellishment for bonnets, millinery demonstration  

1pm - 2.30pm
Learn more about the art of millinery from Liz Van der Ende. Find out the tricks of the trade for creating embellishments for your hat. 
Tickets $10, book at i-SITE or online at vhc.co.nz
Criterion Hotel, 3 Tyne St

Working Vintage Machinery Display Celebrating Reid and Grey 150th

1:30pm

This fascinating working museum of rural life brings you a range of early machinery; a steam traction engine, a portable steam engine, early car models and much more. This year the display will be celebrating the 150th anniversary of Reid and Grey; an Otago based rural engineering company which originated in Oamaru and was well known through out the country for their agricultural implements. 
Free, Victorian Precinct

 

The 25nd Heritage Bicycle Championship
1:30pm

New Zealand’s foremost heritage cycling event attracting wheelmen (and women) from all around the globe. This will be another high thrill as riders participate in sprints, slaloms, relays, slow races, and the ghastly Tyne Street Grunter. Collect your entry forms from Club Trailer on Tyne Street prior to 1pm. All riders are encouraged to wear traditional riding attire and the emphasis is on participation and enjoyment. Separate races for Penny Farthings and pre-10speed safeties.
Prize-giving will be held following the events.
Enquiries oamaruordinary@gmail.com, Phone 027 293 1059, Tyne Street & Harbour Street.

Victorian influences on Janet Frame’s writing

​2pm – 3pm
Join us at Janet Frame’s childhood home at 56 Eden Street, Oamaru, to hear the distinguished Ralph Sherwood read excerpts from Victorian prose and poetry. Janet Frame was inspired by many authors who wrote during the Victorian era so this is a unique opportunity to experience some of those influences while immersed in the home where Janet Frame grew to love the written word. Ticket price includes entry to the house and afternoon tea. Door sales on the day. 56 Eden Street is open to the public during the rest of heritage week from 2pm-4pm for the usual $5 admission.
Tickets $10, door sales only

Daily Guided Tour and Tea at Totara Estate

​2pm-3.30pm and 4pm-5.30pm
Take a turn around Totara Estate and see how the wheels of history rotated making this Victorian Estate so important to our history. From the wheels on the simple farm carts to the wheel on the giant steam powered revolutionary refrigeration machine you will have a new appreciation for the work done by the men on the Estate back in 1882. A well deserved traditional cookhouse style morning or afternoon tea will follow.
Tickets $25, book at i-SITE, at Totara Estate, or online at vhc.co.nz

Wheels Go Round at Clarks Mill

​2pm-3.30pm and 4.00pm-5.30pm
What better way to illustrate the theme of “Wheels” and the importance of wheels to our industrial history then a visit to Clarks Mill at Maheno.  Four floors of wheels and belts going round and round to the heart’s content of every engineer in the country.  A fascinating glimpse into the story of wheat, flour milling and the clever engineers who made it all happen starting right back in 1866.  Not just for engineers!  The Millers House and garden represents a “domestic haven in an industrial landscape” and will also be open for viewing. Numbers limited to max 50 per session so booking will ensure your place. Tickets $15 or combo with Totara Estate Tour $35 book at i-SITE, at Totara Estate, or online at vhc.co.nz

Package Deal. Guided Tour and Tea at Totara Estate and Clarks Mill Operational Tour

​2pm-3.30pm and 4.00pm-5.30pm
Why not do both tours at Totara Estate and Clarks Mill on Saturday 16th November?  Once part of the mighty Totara Estate there is only a few kilometres separating these two Heritage New Zealand properties.  This is your chance to see the wheels turning at Clarks Mill plus do the guided tour and enjoy a delicious worker style tea at the Totara Estate Cookhouse.  Book to begin either at Clarks Mill or Totara Estate. Then drive the few kilometers between the two heritage sites ready for the next tour.  Numbers are limited at Clarks Mill so bookings essential for this one.  Package Deal Rate.
Tickets $35, book at i-SITE, at Totara Estate, or online at vhc.co.nz

Historical Fashion Show

3pm - 4pm

After the success of last year's fashion show, it is back for 2019. Ever wondered how or why Victorian fashions changed? From crinolines to bustles to the puffiest of puffed sleeves, see how the fashionable silhouette evolved. Find out what trends reigned supreme when Victoria was Queen (and get a sneak peek at what was worn underneath). Gold Coin Entry, Scottish Hall, Tyne Street If you wish to take part, please email misstemby@gmail.com to register your interest before 7 November.

Teddy Bears Picnic at Whitestone City

​3.30pm - 4.30pm
Bring your children and their teddy bears down to join in the fun and games at Whitestone City for a
Teddy Bears picnic. You will also be entertained with a traditional animal puppet show presented by international duo Natural Magic Pirates. Limited numbers
Tickets - $10 per Child (accompanying Adults free). Book at i-SITE, at Whitestone City or online at vhc.co.nz 
Whitestone City, 12 Harbour St

Masonic Lodge Open to View

​1pm – 4pm
Come and discover the wheels that turn within Freemasonry, explore the ancient craft, its historic traditions and architecture. Stay and relax, share some tea and biscuits, coffee and cake.
Gold coin donation. 10 Wansbeck St

Louis Baker Live

​6pm 
With a powerhouse voice that’s capable of a primal RnB scream or tear-inducing plea, and a talent for writing deeply personal, stirring songs Louis Baker has spent the past decade evolving his sound from nuanced acoustic ballads to seductive soul grooves. He is currently on tour to celebrate the release of his new album OPEN.
Tickets $32.50 + fees, available from Oamaru Opera House or Ticket Direct    
Oamaru Opera House, 94 Thames St

Dinner with Uncle George at The Last Post

​6pm - 7.30pm
Begin the evening with dinner and a show. Contact with other dimensions was a regular parlour fascination Take your own journey back in time with delightful entertainment from New Zealand’s only Victorian Magician- Uncle George. Enjoy set menu dinner with main and dessert in The Last Post court yard, Oamaru’s original Post Office. 
Tickets $40, book at i-SITE or online at vhc.co.nz
The Last Post Restaurant, 12 Thames St.

A Ceilidh at The Scottish Hall 

​8pm
Wear your Tartan, bring your Friends and wheel around your dance partner to the musical talents of the Black Velvet Band. A superior rustic supper is included in the ticket price. Liquid refreshments may be purchased during the evening.
Tickets $40, book at i-SITE or online at vhc.co.nz
The Scottish Hall, 10 Tyne St. 

Sunday 17th November 2019

The Network Waitaki Victorian Fete 

​10am – 4pm
Surround yourself with the beauty of Oamaru's stunning Victorian architecture, take a step back in time and sample the nostalgia of the Victorian era and come along and join in the fun for the whole family. This event is the annual fundraiser for the Oamaru Whitestone Civic Trust with proceeds going towards preserving New Zealand's Best Collection of Heritage Buildings here in Oamaru. The Network Waitaki Victorian Fete is a day jammed packed with non-stop entertainment. You will be thrilled with the incredible Victorian costumes, jugglers, street performers, magicians and stilt walkers, around every corner, ensuring the day is one to remember. Quality boutique stalls selling all manner of fine wares will line the streets. A great time to do some early Christmas shopping, selecting from the array of truly original gifts that will delight family and friends. All day; Live Music, Competitions, Family Entertainment, NZ's best Artisan Stalls and Street Food.

Admission: $10 Under 18s: Free Family Friendly Support a great cause, dress up in your Victorian best and join in all the fun of the fair!
Entry $10, Children Under 18 Free, Cash only to enter the Fete, however, Eftpos will be available within the Fete.

Programme and stall site inquiries:www.victorianoamaru.co.nz
Harbour & Tyne Streets

Oamaru Farmers’ Market 

9:30am-1pm

Visit the Oamaru Farmers’ Market to meet the growers, farmers and producers of the best seasonal produce the Waitaki region has to offer. You’ll find a fantastic selection of fruits and vegetables, preserves, baking, meat and plants plus hot food and coffee.Corner Wansbeck St and Tyne St

Custom House Gallery and Café 

10am-4pm

Come and admire local art which will be for sale in our gallery or relax & enjoy the refreshments from our cafe. 
29 Tyne St

 

Organ Recital

9:45am-10:30am

Come and enjoy the ambiance of this beautiful church with Dr. Ron Newton playing the organ – Not to be missed! Stay on for church service. St Luke’s Historic Church, Itchen Street

 

St Luke’s Anglican Heritage Service
10:30am

Dress up in your finery; come and celebrate our heritage with St Luke’s historic church: hear an organ recital from 9:45 to 10:30, followed by a brief traditional Victorian morning service, followed by a scrumptious old-fashioned morning tea. Includes North Otago Floral Art Society Display. All welcome. St Luke’s Historic Church, Itchen Street. Open Noon to 4pm.

 

Heritage Church Services 

​10am
St Paul’s Presbyterian Church 
5 Coquet Street

Totara Estate Open- Self-guided Tour

​10am - 4pm
Take a turn around Totara Estate and see how the wheels of history rotated making this Victorian Estate so important to our history. From the wheels on the simple farm carts to the wheel on the giant steam powered revolutionary refrigeration machine you will have a new appreciation for the work done by the men on the Estate back in 1882.
Tickets: Adults $10, Heritage NZ Members Free, Children Free but must be supervised.

Clarks Mill Open

​1pm - 3pm
Originally part of the mighty Totara Estate, Clarks Mill is a rare example of a fully restored flour mill dating from 1866.  A fascinating glimpse into the story of wheat, flour milling and the clever engineers who made it all happen.  Non-operational self-guide tour. Eftpos available and gift shop open. 
Tickets: Adults $10, Heritage NZ Members Free, Children Free but must be supervised. 
Clarks Mill, Maheno, 12 kms South of Oamaru on SH1.

Headstones and Stories Walking Tour

2pm - 4pm 

Conservation historian Helen Stead’s final event on the Celebrations’ calendar is a two-hour walk through the old cemetery.  Laid out in denominational areas, stories of individuals, family & district endeavour, live on through carved names & dates inscribed in stone.
Tickets $25, book at i-SITE or online at vhc.co.nz
Meet at Cemetery entrance, opposite 63 Greta Street.

7:30pm

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