Taieri Court Rest Home is hosting a playgroup once a month. Bring you children along and interact with the residence of this lovely rest home.
Research suggests that intergenerational playgroups can break down feelings of isolation often associated with ageing and increase wellbeing in older people because they feel
valued and connected to the community. For families the relationship with older people add new dimensions to the life experiences of young children, especially when grandparents are not around.
Come and join us on Tuesday 1st May at 1:30
for more details contact Janette 0272475931 or email@example.com
Friends of Dunedin Botanic Garden invite you to the
May Plant Sale
Saturday 12 May 9a.m. - 12 noon at the
Propagation Facility Lovelock Avenue Dunedin
The 29th Annual Dunedin Model Train Show is Dunedin’s most respected model train show.
Each year this illustrious event is held in at the Taieri Bowling Club, 12 Wickliffe Street, Mosgiel which showcases all aspects of the hobby that is model trains.
The Lego® layout created by a mum and her two small boys (with help from dad) is larger again this year with two other contributors showng LEGO.
For children of all ages there is the new Thomas and Friends layout that is able to be operated by anyone.
The area is chaperoned at all times and is free of charge.
There are 16 layouts this year, ranging from large to small.
What are the show hours?
The show is open on Saturday from 9.30 am to 4:30 pm and Sunday from 9:30 am to 4 pm. Plenty of parking outside, and wheelchair friendly.
$15 for a Family Ticket for 2 adults and up to 3 children under 14 years. $8 for an Adult $1 for a child under 14 years of age unless they are so small we can’t see them over the entry table! No EFTPOS, Cash only.
Meeting with Disability Issues Minister Carmel Sepuloni – Thursday, May 3 2018 (confirmed)
This meeting is being hosted by DPA Dunedin. This meeting will also include our regular monthly meeting which will be held briefly after the Minister leaves:
May Monthly Meeting – Meeting with Minister for Disability Issues Carmel Sepuloni
Thursday, May 3, 2018 (please note change of day for this month)
Time: 11.30am-12.15pm (then DPA will hold a short regular monthly meeting concluding at 1pm)
Venue: Alexander McMillan (Upstairs) Meeting Room, Dunedin Community House.
A New Zealand Sign Language interpreter will be present.
Please circulate this notice to all who maybe interested.
Please also find our monthly newsletter and regular meeting agenda attached.
Quilters and Patchworkers of Otago are excited to host an exhibition of “Natural Wonders of the World”, an international quilt challenge.
Thirty quilters from New Zealand, France and Japan are involved, ninety in total.
Each quilter was given a topic – a natural wonder. The same topics were used in each of the three countries resulting in three different perspectives on each topic.
All the quilts from New Zealand, Japan and France, 30 from each country, will be on display in Dunedin at The H D Skinner Annex, Otago Museum, 361 Great King Street Dunedin (Old Dunedin North Post Office) from Friday 11 May 2018 to Sunday 13 May. The opening hours are 10am to 5pm daily. $5 entry
The quilts have been exhibited in Japan and they will travel to France in August.
This is a unique opportunity to compare styles of the 3 countries as the 30 subjects are interpreted in different ways.
The Fortune Family Season continues mid-winter with a new production of Baba Yaga!
Across the sky, followed by three horsemen, flies an old lady with a long, hooked nose. It is Baba Yaga; Grandmother Witch, the Bone Mother, Hell’s Hag. A terrifying old crone with iron teeth, as thin as a skeleton, grotesque and… wait… whoa… grotesque? That’s a bit… it’s pretty harsh, right? I mean, she can’t be that bad? Can she?
11am and 2pm daily
All tickets just $12!
A co-production with Court Theatre
It’s time to go back to the 80s! Poi E is nearly as big as the shoulder pads on every street corner, Apple has just introduced the Macintosh Computer and the place to be for every teenager? Down at the video arcade!
Jimmy Te Rehua, a gifted boy genius escapes life’s pressure at the local Astrocade over summer. With the help of his resourceful mother and the elderly Scottish owner, he battles bullies, stops space invaders and grabs an extra life.
It’s on, on like Donkey Kong!
We’re delighted to be partnering with Christchurch’s Court Theatre to present the premiere New Zealand production of Albert Belz’s Astroman.
Monday – No show
Tuesday – 6pm
Wednesday – Saturday – 7:30pm
Sunday – 4pm
$17.50 - $45.00