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12 October 2018 to 22 October 2018

A pharmacist, a dressmaker, a caterer, a prohibitionist, a drunk and a coal merchant. Six women who broke the rules in the 19th century Christchurch.

12 October 2018 to 27 October 2018

It's 100 years since New Zealand's worst-ever public health disaster. What happened? How did we cope?

18 October 2018

Arguably the greatest Michael Jackson experience in the world today.

18 October 2018

Join local historian Richard Greenaway on a tour of Bromley Cemetery.

18 October 2018

Armistice Day will be remembered and showcased at Council-owned heritage building Avebury House (1884).

18 October 2018

Enjoy an hour of music from the WWI era played on the pipe organ in the heritage church at Ferrymead Heritage Park.

18 October 2018

Come to an illustrated presentation on the role of the Methodist Church in the campaign for women's suffrage in New Zealand during the 1890s.

18 October 2018

The New Zealand Society of Authors Canterbury invites you to attend the awards ceremony for the New Zealand Heritage Book and Writing Awards.

18 October 2018

Visit the beautifully restored and recently reopened Rose Historic Chapel, which prior to the February 2011 earthquake was a popular venue for events.

18 October 2018

In this UC Connect public lecture Canterbury historian University of Canterbury Emeritus Professor Geoffrey Rice will discuss the pandemic which was New Zealand’s worst public health disaster.