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OSA Book Launch - Ian Dougherty's Dunedin: Founding a New World City

Dunedin historian Ian Dougherty’s new book, Dunedin: Founding A New World City, is the latest publication to be supported by the Alfred and Isabel Reed Fund, administered by the Otago...

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OSA Tuesday Club - Cleansing the Colony

This month Kristyn Harman will talk to us on the transportation of convicts from New Zealand to Van Diemens' land on

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Tuesday Club for October - Gunner Broads' War Diaries

After we were settled with a cup of tea and cake from the lovely morning tea provided as part of the Tuesday Club offering, Richard Huber spoke to us on...

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Gunner Broad's War Diary

The Otago Settlers Association invites you to join us for Tuesday Club this coming Tuesday, 10 October at 10am for tea/coffee, cake and a fascinating speaker.

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Tuesday Club for September - What Happens Behind the Scenes?

Last month’s Tuesday Club was a fascinating insight into some of the behind-the-scenes work for Toitū Otago Settlers Museums’ impressive collection of ‘Material Culture’ including some very beautiful and treasured...

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Knitworld Knitters Group for "Womans' War" effort.

The Otago Settlers Association President Susan Schweigman and Curator of Toitū Otago Settlers Museum Seán Brosnahan enjoyed a special morning tea with the Knitworld Knitters Group of Dunedin recently.

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Austin Gee - Editor of Otago Settlers News

 

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Tuesday Club - What Happens Behind the Scenes

Conservator Fiona McLaughlan and Registrar, Claire Orbell will talk to us this coming week about preparing material for display in Material Culture.

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118th Annual General Meeting

118th Annual General Meeting will be held on 21 September

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Tuesday Club 8 August 10am - Brian Miller

This coming Tuesday, at 10am,  Brian Miller will be at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum to speak about the beautiful stained glass windows created by Roy Miller.

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