Wednesday 3 March, 7.30pm – 9pm – Home Restorers’ group seminar
Historic Places Wellington is setting up a Home Restorers Group to support the on-going maintenance, restoration and regeneration of 19th and 20th Century Wellington houses.
The group will be of interest to home-owners, designers and craftspeople involved in caring for old wooden houses. Activities will include monthly seminars, workshops or site visits and will gather useful historical, technical and design resources.
The group is being convened by Christina Mackay, Architect, adjunct research fellow at the Wellington School of Architecture and HPW committee member.
Venue: Room VS125, Wellington Faculty of Architecture & Design Innovation, 139 Vivian Street, Wellington. (In order to gain after-hours access, please meet at the front entrance doors at 7.30pm or txt Christina (021 476 875)
Topic – Books and web resources for New Zealand house restoration
The aim of this seminar to share and gather information sources. Participants are invited to bring along their most useful books or web-links and present them to the group. Christina Mackay will introduce the group to the Faculty library and its collection. Participants are invited to bring along current queries and questions.
Should you have any queries, please contact Christina at email@example.com or 021 476 875.
Saturday 6 March, 10am to c. 3pm Ōtaki visit – Children’s Health Camp and more
Details will be in our February newsletter.