Display panels in Lombard St, beside Pickle & Pie café The panels are located on the edge of the old shoreline; it was a centre of early commerce and trade. It was also the location of a redoubt constructed by British settlers in 1845 in response to a perceived threat from occupants of the nearby
Bookings required. Available throughout the school calendar Shantytown Heritage Park, West Coast or offsite West Coast locations are negotiable Student fees from $14.00 Marsden Valley Education Centre have created a programme to coincide with Archaeology Week 2019, but which is also available throughout the school calendar. This is a programme designed to allow teachers to
27-28th April 3-5th May 2019 10 am – 4 pm Friday, Saturday, Sunday Stoddart Cottage, 18 Purau Avenue, Diamond Harbour (access from Waipapa Avenue) ‘Domestic Bits’ is an exhibition which displays just a small portion of the archaeological material retrieved during the 2017 earthquake repair work at Stoddart Cottage in Diamond Harbour. These artefacts provide
Monday, April 29, 2019 at 5:00pm Richardson Building, Lab 1N10 Contact Claire Thorrold at email@example.com for further information. To register for the event please email firstname.lastname@example.org Stone tool demonstration: Stone artefacts (lithics) have been used by people all over the world, with the earliest forms dating to around 3,000,000 years ago. In New Zealand, the
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