Every second Tuesday of the Month Toitū Otago Settlers Museum in association with the Otago Settlers Association hosts a visiting speaker for a morning tea and talk. Contact us for more information.
Each Christmas families and children young and old alike are invited to visit Pixie Town, which was acquired by the Otago Settlers Association for Toitū Otago Settlers Museum and is a beloved part of the Dunedin Christmas experience.
The OSA acquired some of the Pixie Town units when the DIC closed in the 1980s. After restoration the units went in display for the first time in 2004 and immediately brought back to many memories for parents and grandparents who had enjoyed them in their childhood, and now enjoy introducing their children and grandchildren
to these characters. When Pixie Town first appeared in DIC Dunedin is not quite sure, but it formed part of the Christmas tradition for many families and with these units now installed at the museum it continues to do so.
The OSA is pleased to support Pixie Town as one of its ongoing projects.
Anniversary Day Celebrations
Anniversary Day Celebrations include the annual Anniversary Day Dinner, First Church service and other opportunities to remember our predecessors.
Anzac Day Event
Anzac Day Event after the dawn service in Queens Garden in conjunction with Toitū Settlers Museum, the Otago Settlers Association helps with providing much needed refreshments for members of the public who have attended.
Mid-Winter Function is another opportunity to get together with other members and be entertained with supper provided.
Our AGM is usually held in September each year and includes a Speaker of relevance and interest. As well as providing our members with a full report of the annual achievements of the Association it is a time for members to reconnect and look to the future.
The annual Christmas Function is an opportunity for members to get together for a night of entertainment and supper. Last year we ran a very fun and challenging quiz night.
Early in the year an outing is organised to visit a local venue of historical interest.