Drive Electric Dunedin

Sunday, September 10, 2017

At this event we will be inviting Dunedin's EV owners to come for a mass Electric Vehicle park up and showcase of electric vehicles in Dunedin.
This will be a followed by test rides and test drives available to the public.

Venue: Forsyth Barr Stadium Car Park and ODT slab/covered stand, Sunday 10 September.
Family Friendly event

For more information about this and other events during Drive Electric week see Dunedin EV Group event pages on facebook

or contact for more information

Antarctic Takeaway - Short Talks

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Find out what three scientists are discovering in Antarctica and how it affects us all.

Professors Christina Hulbe, Gary Wilson and Craig Cary are Antarctic veterans. With more than 50 expeditions between them, they undertake challenging science in the world's most challenging environment. Hear from each the latest insights into how Antarctica's ice and life forms are responding to climate change and its global implications.

In conjunction with the New Zealand Antarctic Science Conference – Challenging Science in a Challenging Environment.

Otago Museum, Hutton Theatre, 6pm, Tuesday 27 June

Far From Frozen – Antarctica and us

Monday, June 26, 2017 to Friday, June 30, 2017

Interactive showcase: Explore Antarctica and learn about the potential impact of climate change on it and us through state-of-the-art immersive media, hands-on interactive models, and insights from scientists undertaking world-changing research on the ice.

Otago Museum

10am–5pm, Monday 26 – Friday 30 June

Held in conjunction with the New Zealand Antarctic Science Conference – Challenging Science in a Challenging Environment.

Developed in association with Antarctica New Zealand, the University of Otago and the New Zealand Antarctic Research Institute, with support from the Ministry for Business Innovation and Employment's Unlocking Curious Minds fund.

Data Days + Studio Antarctica

Monday, June 26, 2017 to Sunday, July 2, 2017

Science and art collide: Explore Gabby O'Connor's stunning Antarctica-inspired sculptures and imagery in the Beautiful Science Gallery, Otago Museum.

Otago Museum, 10am–5pm, Monday 26 June – Sunday 2 July

Gabby travelled to Antarctica with a team of oceanographers. Camping on the frozen sea, they studied the platelet ice crystals that form at the interface between the ice and the seawater. Gabby has translated this experience into wonder-inspiring works that bridge the intersections of art and science.

In conjunction with the New Zealand Antarctic Science Conference – Challenging Science in a Challenging Environment.

Brockville Garden Club Potluck Lunch

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Community Church Hall
Tuesday 4 July, 12 midday
Mid-year pot luck luncheon and DVD
Sales table and raffle as per usual.


Saturday, September 2, 2017

Anthony Ritchie’s "Lullabies" & Maurice Duruflé’s "Requiem"
David Burchell, conductor
Sophie Morris, soprano, Clare Barton, mezzo-soprano, Alex Lee, baritone.

Columba College and St Hilda's Choirs
Saturday 2 September, 7;30pm,
Knox Church in George Street.

City Choir is pleased to present the South Island première of Anthony Ritchie’s "Lullabies", composed in 2015 for soprano, adult and children’s choirs.
It is a cycle of six songs to poems by Dunedin-based poet Elena Poletti.

Maurice Duruflé’s "Requiem", first performed in 1947 at the end of World War II, was dedicated to the memory of his father. Duruflé’s "Requiem" is calmer and more meditative than some other settings of the requiem. The beautiful Pie Jesu movement has the only solo for the mezzo-soprano.

Tickets from Beggs MusicWorks
or Knox Church Office 9 am-noon
(Cash or cheque to Dunedin Choral Society)
Online at
Adult $35, Concession $25, Student $10, Child free

Caversham Presbyterian Church market

Saturday, July 8, 2017

Saturday 8th July, 9 – 11am
61 Thorn St.
For stalls please phone 487 7177.