You have driven past many times, now you have the opportunity to visit Te Aute College. Details are set out in the flyer below.
We look forward to seeing you on Sunday 28th August.
Seismic Considerations for the Art Deco Interwar Reinforced Concrete Buildings of Napier, New Zealand
Kevin Q Walsh, Kenneth J Elwood, and Jason M Ingham Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Auckland February 2015
You can download a copy of the report at the following link:
This is a copy of the report referenced in the Historic Places Hawkes Bay Newsletter article :
“ART DECO BUILDINGS: EARTHQUAKE PRONE OR EARTH QUAKE PROOF?”
Historic Places Hawke's Bay, MTG and Nga Taonga Sound & Vision are putting on a film show at the Century Theatre in Napier on Sunday 19th June 2016. the programme includes a variety of items from the 20th century history of Hawke's Bay. the running time is 70 minutes.
We look forward to seeing you at the show.
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The Coach departs from
Havelock North: Martin Place at 11:30 am
Taradale: Pettigrew Green Arena, Gloucester Street at 12:05 am
Returning by 5:00 pm.
Cost : $35.00 Per person for members of Historic Places Hawke’s Bay
$45 per person for non members (or $35.00 if you join HPHB on the day).
Further enquiries: Philip Irwin, 8700513 or Susan Lopdell, 8446697
TUTIRA, THE LEGACY OF WILLIAM GUTHRIE SMITH
SATURDAY 28 NOVEMBER 2015
A remarkable New Zealander, a remarkable legacy. William Herbert Guthrie Smith died on the 4th July 1940 and is buried at Tutira. He left the 2000 acres that remained of the station in trust to the New Zealand public as an educational and recreational reserve. Spread over 90 hectares in rolling Hawke’s Bay hill country and overlooking the picturesque Lake Tutira, is the Guthrie Smith Arboretum.
The afternoon’s programme will involve a talk by one of the Trustees, visiting the Homestead garden, the 1950 Tutira Church, “the Hangar”, providing an interesting backdrop of bush to the homestead, and time to wander over some of the trails.
The latest newsletter from Historic Places Hawke's Bay, now available to download via the link below: