• 15

      Dec 2018

      Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story

      Check out the new interactive exhibition profiling pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients opening on 5 November 2018 in Jean Batten Square. Celebrating the New Zealand cardiac story, Brave Hearts is an exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust (AMMT) with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), which explains how the heart works, how heart disease is investigated and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery. Children are free to enter the exhibition and the gold coin koha from adults will be donated to charity. Displays with interactive models demonstrate normal heart function, what could go wrong and what can be done to diagnose and correct heart problems. The exhibition delves into the inspiring stories behind New Zealand’s first open-heart operation, the cooling of children’s hearts to allow life-saving surgery and the innovation which led to replacing damaged heart valves. Visitors can also learn more about the recipients of ground-breaking heart care such as Helen Harris and former All Blacks doctor John Mayhew. Almost fifty-nine years ago ten-year-old New Zealander Helen Arnold (now Harris) became the first person in New Zealand to undergo heart-lung bypass surgery. This remarkable medical achievement was just one of a number of ground breaking procedures developed by the small team of heroic clinicians at Auckland’s Green Lane Hospital. Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story is on display at Jean Batten Square (Te Aka Mauri, Haupapa Street, Rotorua) from 5 November 2018 until 5 March 2019. The exhibition will be open to the public from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will be closed on public holidays. Groups of more than 20 should pre-book by contacting - brett@marvelly.co.nz This special exhibition has been brought to Rotorua by Rotary Rotorua West with the support of Rotorua Lakes Council, Four Winds Foundation and One Foundation. Rotorua Museum are running a supporting education programme for New Zealand school children Year 7-10. For more information on this programme visit: www.rotoruamuseum.co.nz/education/nz-schools/year-1-10-programmes/brave-heartseducation-programme-education-programme

      15

      Dec 2018

      Friends of The Rotorua Library Book Sale

      Find bargains and treasures amongst the hundreds of books at the Friends of the Rotorua Library Book Sale. The Book Sale is held on the 1st & 3rd Saturday of every month at the old Tea Kiosk at Kuirau Park. All funds raised go towards projects supported by the Friends of the Library for additional library services and resources.

      15

      Dec 2018

      Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story

      Check out the new interactive exhibition profiling pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients opening on 5 November 2018 in Jean Batten Square. Celebrating the New Zealand cardiac story, Brave Hearts is an exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust (AMMT) with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), which explains how the heart works, how heart disease is investigated and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery. Children are free to enter the exhibition and the gold coin koha from adults will be donated to charity. Displays with interactive models demonstrate normal heart function, what could go wrong and what can be done to diagnose and correct heart problems. The exhibition delves into the inspiring stories behind New Zealand’s first open-heart operation, the cooling of children’s hearts to allow life-saving surgery and the innovation which led to replacing damaged heart valves. Visitors can also learn more about the recipients of ground-breaking heart care such as Helen Harris and former All Blacks doctor John Mayhew. Almost fifty-nine years ago ten-year-old New Zealander Helen Arnold (now Harris) became the first person in New Zealand to undergo heart-lung bypass surgery. This remarkable medical achievement was just one of a number of ground breaking procedures developed by the small team of heroic clinicians at Auckland’s Green Lane Hospital. Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story is on display at Jean Batten Square (Te Aka Mauri, Haupapa Street, Rotorua) from 5 November 2018 until 5 March 2019. The exhibition will be open to the public from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will be closed on public holidays. Groups of more than 20 should pre-book by contacting - brett@marvelly.co.nz This special exhibition has been brought to Rotorua by Rotary Rotorua West with the support of Rotorua Lakes Council, Four Winds Foundation and One Foundation. Rotorua Museum are running a supporting education programme for New Zealand school children Year 7-10. For more information on this programme visit: www.rotoruamuseum.co.nz/education/nz-schools/year-1-10-programmes/brave-heartseducation-programme-education-programme

      15

      Dec 2018

      Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree

      For Waiariki Women’s Refuge. After the overwhelming success of last year’s Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree, we are again asking our generous local community to donate gifts to a great cause. Starting Saturday 1 December 2018 the Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree will be located at Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri (Haupapa Street) to receive donated gifts for the Waiariki Women’s Refuge. Last year individuals and local businesses donated nearly 350 presents which were distributed by Waiariki Women’s Refuge to families in need. This year we would like to do even better! Families, individuals and companies can bring in wrapped presents, including a gift tag indicating whether they are for a mother or child, and if for a child, the gender and suitable age range. Local businesses are also invited to donate items or vouchers to make Christmas a little brighter for these deserving families. Donated gifts will be delivered to Waiariki Women’s Refuge just in time for Christmas. You can still donate presents after Christmas, right through until 7 January 2019 when the tree comes down. These gifts will be taken Waikariki Women’s Refuge to be given to families in need throughout the year. For further information please contact: rotorua.museum@rotorualc.nz or phone 07 351 8055.

      15

      Dec 2018

      Prince's Gate Dinner & Dance Party

      It’s been a great year and summer’s here! Festive buffet dinner, live band, cash bar. Located in the heart of the city with ample easy parking. Stay with us and make a weekend of it! Rooms and suites available to suit all budgets.

      16

      Dec 2018

      Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story

      Check out the new interactive exhibition profiling pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients opening on 5 November 2018 in Jean Batten Square. Celebrating the New Zealand cardiac story, Brave Hearts is an exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust (AMMT) with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), which explains how the heart works, how heart disease is investigated and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery. Children are free to enter the exhibition and the gold coin koha from adults will be donated to charity. Displays with interactive models demonstrate normal heart function, what could go wrong and what can be done to diagnose and correct heart problems. The exhibition delves into the inspiring stories behind New Zealand’s first open-heart operation, the cooling of children’s hearts to allow life-saving surgery and the innovation which led to replacing damaged heart valves. Visitors can also learn more about the recipients of ground-breaking heart care such as Helen Harris and former All Blacks doctor John Mayhew. Almost fifty-nine years ago ten-year-old New Zealander Helen Arnold (now Harris) became the first person in New Zealand to undergo heart-lung bypass surgery. This remarkable medical achievement was just one of a number of ground breaking procedures developed by the small team of heroic clinicians at Auckland’s Green Lane Hospital. Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story is on display at Jean Batten Square (Te Aka Mauri, Haupapa Street, Rotorua) from 5 November 2018 until 5 March 2019. The exhibition will be open to the public from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will be closed on public holidays. Groups of more than 20 should pre-book by contacting - brett@marvelly.co.nz This special exhibition has been brought to Rotorua by Rotary Rotorua West with the support of Rotorua Lakes Council, Four Winds Foundation and One Foundation. Rotorua Museum are running a supporting education programme for New Zealand school children Year 7-10. For more information on this programme visit: www.rotoruamuseum.co.nz/education/nz-schools/year-1-10-programmes/brave-heartseducation-programme-education-programme

    • 16

      Dec 2018

      Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story

      Check out the new interactive exhibition profiling pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients opening on 5 November 2018 in Jean Batten Square. Celebrating the New Zealand cardiac story, Brave Hearts is an exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust (AMMT) with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), which explains how the heart works, how heart disease is investigated and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery. Children are free to enter the exhibition and the gold coin koha from adults will be donated to charity. Displays with interactive models demonstrate normal heart function, what could go wrong and what can be done to diagnose and correct heart problems. The exhibition delves into the inspiring stories behind New Zealand’s first open-heart operation, the cooling of children’s hearts to allow life-saving surgery and the innovation which led to replacing damaged heart valves. Visitors can also learn more about the recipients of ground-breaking heart care such as Helen Harris and former All Blacks doctor John Mayhew. Almost fifty-nine years ago ten-year-old New Zealander Helen Arnold (now Harris) became the first person in New Zealand to undergo heart-lung bypass surgery. This remarkable medical achievement was just one of a number of ground breaking procedures developed by the small team of heroic clinicians at Auckland’s Green Lane Hospital. Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story is on display at Jean Batten Square (Te Aka Mauri, Haupapa Street, Rotorua) from 5 November 2018 until 5 March 2019. The exhibition will be open to the public from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will be closed on public holidays. Groups of more than 20 should pre-book by contacting - brett@marvelly.co.nz This special exhibition has been brought to Rotorua by Rotary Rotorua West with the support of Rotorua Lakes Council, Four Winds Foundation and One Foundation. Rotorua Museum are running a supporting education programme for New Zealand school children Year 7-10. For more information on this programme visit: www.rotoruamuseum.co.nz/education/nz-schools/year-1-10-programmes/brave-heartseducation-programme-education-programme

      16

      Dec 2018

      Soundshell Market

      the Soundshell Market..held right on the Lakefront in sunny Rotorua... It has been operating for 30 years... Plenty of parking. Featuring outside stalls of all descriptions. Crafts, antiques, curios and collectibles, plants, clothing, knitwear..variety, locally carved woodware, jewellery, soaps, handbags, concrete ornaments, top quality second hand tools, gemstones of all descriptions and sizes... hand-carved wooden statues from Kawerau, readings, massage - in fact, you name it - you will find it at the Soundshell Market.

      16

      Dec 2018

      Rotorua Farmers Market

      The Rotorua Farmers Market showcases the freshest locally sourced products in the region. It gives visitors the opportunity to purchase directly from local growers and producers. The Market is held at Te Manawa in the centre of the Rotorua CBD, from 9am to 1pm every Sunday. Enjoy locally grown or produced products such as free range eggs, honey, gelato, artisan bread and organic fruit and vegetables. The Market has a relaxed environment and family friendly atmosphere with a small play area to keep the little ones entertained. There is a generous range of ready made food options with plenty of outdoor seating. Rotorua Farmers Market stallholders trade their wares from locally handcrafted wooden barrows. The Market operates every Sunday from 9am to 1pm at Te Manawa (intersection of Hinemoa and Tutanekai Streets. There is plenty of bike parking as well as free (Sunday) car parking in the streets surrounding the market. The Rotorua Farmers Market has a zero waste policy. All wrapping and containers are made from biodegradable materials which can be composted or recycled. We encourage customers to bring their own reusable bags and containers wherever possible.

      16

      Dec 2018

      Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story

      Check out the new interactive exhibition profiling pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients opening on 5 November 2018 in Jean Batten Square. Celebrating the New Zealand cardiac story, Brave Hearts is an exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust (AMMT) with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), which explains how the heart works, how heart disease is investigated and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery. Children are free to enter the exhibition and the gold coin koha from adults will be donated to charity. Displays with interactive models demonstrate normal heart function, what could go wrong and what can be done to diagnose and correct heart problems. The exhibition delves into the inspiring stories behind New Zealand’s first open-heart operation, the cooling of children’s hearts to allow life-saving surgery and the innovation which led to replacing damaged heart valves. Visitors can also learn more about the recipients of ground-breaking heart care such as Helen Harris and former All Blacks doctor John Mayhew. Almost fifty-nine years ago ten-year-old New Zealander Helen Arnold (now Harris) became the first person in New Zealand to undergo heart-lung bypass surgery. This remarkable medical achievement was just one of a number of ground breaking procedures developed by the small team of heroic clinicians at Auckland’s Green Lane Hospital. Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story is on display at Jean Batten Square (Te Aka Mauri, Haupapa Street, Rotorua) from 5 November 2018 until 5 March 2019. The exhibition will be open to the public from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will be closed on public holidays. Groups of more than 20 should pre-book by contacting - brett@marvelly.co.nz This special exhibition has been brought to Rotorua by Rotary Rotorua West with the support of Rotorua Lakes Council, Four Winds Foundation and One Foundation. Rotorua Museum are running a supporting education programme for New Zealand school children Year 7-10. For more information on this programme visit: www.rotoruamuseum.co.nz/education/nz-schools/year-1-10-programmes/brave-heartseducation-programme-education-programme

      16

      Dec 2018

      Soundshell Market

      the Soundshell Market..held right on the Lakefront in sunny Rotorua... It has been operating for 30 years... Plenty of parking. Featuring outside stalls of all descriptions. Crafts, antiques, curios and collectibles, plants, clothing, knitwear..variety, locally carved woodware, jewellery, soaps, handbags, concrete ornaments, top quality second hand tools, gemstones of all descriptions and sizes... hand-carved wooden statues from Kawerau, readings, massage - in fact, you name it - you will find it at the Soundshell Market.

      16

      Dec 2018

      Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree

      For Waiariki Women’s Refuge. After the overwhelming success of last year’s Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree, we are again asking our generous local community to donate gifts to a great cause. Starting Saturday 1 December 2018 the Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree will be located at Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri (Haupapa Street) to receive donated gifts for the Waiariki Women’s Refuge. Last year individuals and local businesses donated nearly 350 presents which were distributed by Waiariki Women’s Refuge to families in need. This year we would like to do even better! Families, individuals and companies can bring in wrapped presents, including a gift tag indicating whether they are for a mother or child, and if for a child, the gender and suitable age range. Local businesses are also invited to donate items or vouchers to make Christmas a little brighter for these deserving families. Donated gifts will be delivered to Waiariki Women’s Refuge just in time for Christmas. You can still donate presents after Christmas, right through until 7 January 2019 when the tree comes down. These gifts will be taken Waikariki Women’s Refuge to be given to families in need throughout the year. For further information please contact: rotorua.museum@rotorualc.nz or phone 07 351 8055.

    • 17

      Dec 2018

      Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree

      For Waiariki Women’s Refuge. After the overwhelming success of last year’s Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree, we are again asking our generous local community to donate gifts to a great cause. Starting Saturday 1 December 2018 the Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree will be located at Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri (Haupapa Street) to receive donated gifts for the Waiariki Women’s Refuge. Last year individuals and local businesses donated nearly 350 presents which were distributed by Waiariki Women’s Refuge to families in need. This year we would like to do even better! Families, individuals and companies can bring in wrapped presents, including a gift tag indicating whether they are for a mother or child, and if for a child, the gender and suitable age range. Local businesses are also invited to donate items or vouchers to make Christmas a little brighter for these deserving families. Donated gifts will be delivered to Waiariki Women’s Refuge just in time for Christmas. You can still donate presents after Christmas, right through until 7 January 2019 when the tree comes down. These gifts will be taken Waikariki Women’s Refuge to be given to families in need throughout the year. For further information please contact: rotorua.museum@rotorualc.nz or phone 07 351 8055.

      17

      Dec 2018

      Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story

      Check out the new interactive exhibition profiling pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients opening on 5 November 2018 in Jean Batten Square. Celebrating the New Zealand cardiac story, Brave Hearts is an exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust (AMMT) with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), which explains how the heart works, how heart disease is investigated and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery. Children are free to enter the exhibition and the gold coin koha from adults will be donated to charity. Displays with interactive models demonstrate normal heart function, what could go wrong and what can be done to diagnose and correct heart problems. The exhibition delves into the inspiring stories behind New Zealand’s first open-heart operation, the cooling of children’s hearts to allow life-saving surgery and the innovation which led to replacing damaged heart valves. Visitors can also learn more about the recipients of ground-breaking heart care such as Helen Harris and former All Blacks doctor John Mayhew. Almost fifty-nine years ago ten-year-old New Zealander Helen Arnold (now Harris) became the first person in New Zealand to undergo heart-lung bypass surgery. This remarkable medical achievement was just one of a number of ground breaking procedures developed by the small team of heroic clinicians at Auckland’s Green Lane Hospital. Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story is on display at Jean Batten Square (Te Aka Mauri, Haupapa Street, Rotorua) from 5 November 2018 until 5 March 2019. The exhibition will be open to the public from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will be closed on public holidays. Groups of more than 20 should pre-book by contacting - brett@marvelly.co.nz This special exhibition has been brought to Rotorua by Rotary Rotorua West with the support of Rotorua Lakes Council, Four Winds Foundation and One Foundation. Rotorua Museum are running a supporting education programme for New Zealand school children Year 7-10. For more information on this programme visit: www.rotoruamuseum.co.nz/education/nz-schools/year-1-10-programmes/brave-heartseducation-programme-education-programme

      17

      Dec 2018

      Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story

      Check out the new interactive exhibition profiling pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients opening on 5 November 2018 in Jean Batten Square. Celebrating the New Zealand cardiac story, Brave Hearts is an exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust (AMMT) with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), which explains how the heart works, how heart disease is investigated and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery. Children are free to enter the exhibition and the gold coin koha from adults will be donated to charity. Displays with interactive models demonstrate normal heart function, what could go wrong and what can be done to diagnose and correct heart problems. The exhibition delves into the inspiring stories behind New Zealand’s first open-heart operation, the cooling of children’s hearts to allow life-saving surgery and the innovation which led to replacing damaged heart valves. Visitors can also learn more about the recipients of ground-breaking heart care such as Helen Harris and former All Blacks doctor John Mayhew. Almost fifty-nine years ago ten-year-old New Zealander Helen Arnold (now Harris) became the first person in New Zealand to undergo heart-lung bypass surgery. This remarkable medical achievement was just one of a number of ground breaking procedures developed by the small team of heroic clinicians at Auckland’s Green Lane Hospital. Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story is on display at Jean Batten Square (Te Aka Mauri, Haupapa Street, Rotorua) from 5 November 2018 until 5 March 2019. The exhibition will be open to the public from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will be closed on public holidays. Groups of more than 20 should pre-book by contacting - brett@marvelly.co.nz This special exhibition has been brought to Rotorua by Rotary Rotorua West with the support of Rotorua Lakes Council, Four Winds Foundation and One Foundation. Rotorua Museum are running a supporting education programme for New Zealand school children Year 7-10. For more information on this programme visit: www.rotoruamuseum.co.nz/education/nz-schools/year-1-10-programmes/brave-heartseducation-programme-education-programme

    • 18

      Dec 2018

      Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree

      For Waiariki Women’s Refuge. After the overwhelming success of last year’s Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree, we are again asking our generous local community to donate gifts to a great cause. Starting Saturday 1 December 2018 the Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree will be located at Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri (Haupapa Street) to receive donated gifts for the Waiariki Women’s Refuge. Last year individuals and local businesses donated nearly 350 presents which were distributed by Waiariki Women’s Refuge to families in need. This year we would like to do even better! Families, individuals and companies can bring in wrapped presents, including a gift tag indicating whether they are for a mother or child, and if for a child, the gender and suitable age range. Local businesses are also invited to donate items or vouchers to make Christmas a little brighter for these deserving families. Donated gifts will be delivered to Waiariki Women’s Refuge just in time for Christmas. You can still donate presents after Christmas, right through until 7 January 2019 when the tree comes down. These gifts will be taken Waikariki Women’s Refuge to be given to families in need throughout the year. For further information please contact: rotorua.museum@rotorualc.nz or phone 07 351 8055.

      18

      Dec 2018

      Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story

      Check out the new interactive exhibition profiling pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients opening on 5 November 2018 in Jean Batten Square. Celebrating the New Zealand cardiac story, Brave Hearts is an exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust (AMMT) with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), which explains how the heart works, how heart disease is investigated and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery. Children are free to enter the exhibition and the gold coin koha from adults will be donated to charity. Displays with interactive models demonstrate normal heart function, what could go wrong and what can be done to diagnose and correct heart problems. The exhibition delves into the inspiring stories behind New Zealand’s first open-heart operation, the cooling of children’s hearts to allow life-saving surgery and the innovation which led to replacing damaged heart valves. Visitors can also learn more about the recipients of ground-breaking heart care such as Helen Harris and former All Blacks doctor John Mayhew. Almost fifty-nine years ago ten-year-old New Zealander Helen Arnold (now Harris) became the first person in New Zealand to undergo heart-lung bypass surgery. This remarkable medical achievement was just one of a number of ground breaking procedures developed by the small team of heroic clinicians at Auckland’s Green Lane Hospital. Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story is on display at Jean Batten Square (Te Aka Mauri, Haupapa Street, Rotorua) from 5 November 2018 until 5 March 2019. The exhibition will be open to the public from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will be closed on public holidays. Groups of more than 20 should pre-book by contacting - brett@marvelly.co.nz This special exhibition has been brought to Rotorua by Rotary Rotorua West with the support of Rotorua Lakes Council, Four Winds Foundation and One Foundation. Rotorua Museum are running a supporting education programme for New Zealand school children Year 7-10. For more information on this programme visit: www.rotoruamuseum.co.nz/education/nz-schools/year-1-10-programmes/brave-heartseducation-programme-education-programme

      18

      Dec 2018

      Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story

      Check out the new interactive exhibition profiling pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients opening on 5 November 2018 in Jean Batten Square. Celebrating the New Zealand cardiac story, Brave Hearts is an exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust (AMMT) with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), which explains how the heart works, how heart disease is investigated and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery. Children are free to enter the exhibition and the gold coin koha from adults will be donated to charity. Displays with interactive models demonstrate normal heart function, what could go wrong and what can be done to diagnose and correct heart problems. The exhibition delves into the inspiring stories behind New Zealand’s first open-heart operation, the cooling of children’s hearts to allow life-saving surgery and the innovation which led to replacing damaged heart valves. Visitors can also learn more about the recipients of ground-breaking heart care such as Helen Harris and former All Blacks doctor John Mayhew. Almost fifty-nine years ago ten-year-old New Zealander Helen Arnold (now Harris) became the first person in New Zealand to undergo heart-lung bypass surgery. This remarkable medical achievement was just one of a number of ground breaking procedures developed by the small team of heroic clinicians at Auckland’s Green Lane Hospital. Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story is on display at Jean Batten Square (Te Aka Mauri, Haupapa Street, Rotorua) from 5 November 2018 until 5 March 2019. The exhibition will be open to the public from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will be closed on public holidays. Groups of more than 20 should pre-book by contacting - brett@marvelly.co.nz This special exhibition has been brought to Rotorua by Rotary Rotorua West with the support of Rotorua Lakes Council, Four Winds Foundation and One Foundation. Rotorua Museum are running a supporting education programme for New Zealand school children Year 7-10. For more information on this programme visit: www.rotoruamuseum.co.nz/education/nz-schools/year-1-10-programmes/brave-heartseducation-programme-education-programme

    • 19

      Dec 2018

      Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree

      For Waiariki Women’s Refuge. After the overwhelming success of last year’s Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree, we are again asking our generous local community to donate gifts to a great cause. Starting Saturday 1 December 2018 the Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree will be located at Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri (Haupapa Street) to receive donated gifts for the Waiariki Women’s Refuge. Last year individuals and local businesses donated nearly 350 presents which were distributed by Waiariki Women’s Refuge to families in need. This year we would like to do even better! Families, individuals and companies can bring in wrapped presents, including a gift tag indicating whether they are for a mother or child, and if for a child, the gender and suitable age range. Local businesses are also invited to donate items or vouchers to make Christmas a little brighter for these deserving families. Donated gifts will be delivered to Waiariki Women’s Refuge just in time for Christmas. You can still donate presents after Christmas, right through until 7 January 2019 when the tree comes down. These gifts will be taken Waikariki Women’s Refuge to be given to families in need throughout the year. For further information please contact: rotorua.museum@rotorualc.nz or phone 07 351 8055.

      19

      Dec 2018

      Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story

      Check out the new interactive exhibition profiling pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients opening on 5 November 2018 in Jean Batten Square. Celebrating the New Zealand cardiac story, Brave Hearts is an exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust (AMMT) with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), which explains how the heart works, how heart disease is investigated and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery. Children are free to enter the exhibition and the gold coin koha from adults will be donated to charity. Displays with interactive models demonstrate normal heart function, what could go wrong and what can be done to diagnose and correct heart problems. The exhibition delves into the inspiring stories behind New Zealand’s first open-heart operation, the cooling of children’s hearts to allow life-saving surgery and the innovation which led to replacing damaged heart valves. Visitors can also learn more about the recipients of ground-breaking heart care such as Helen Harris and former All Blacks doctor John Mayhew. Almost fifty-nine years ago ten-year-old New Zealander Helen Arnold (now Harris) became the first person in New Zealand to undergo heart-lung bypass surgery. This remarkable medical achievement was just one of a number of ground breaking procedures developed by the small team of heroic clinicians at Auckland’s Green Lane Hospital. Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story is on display at Jean Batten Square (Te Aka Mauri, Haupapa Street, Rotorua) from 5 November 2018 until 5 March 2019. The exhibition will be open to the public from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will be closed on public holidays. Groups of more than 20 should pre-book by contacting - brett@marvelly.co.nz This special exhibition has been brought to Rotorua by Rotary Rotorua West with the support of Rotorua Lakes Council, Four Winds Foundation and One Foundation. Rotorua Museum are running a supporting education programme for New Zealand school children Year 7-10. For more information on this programme visit: www.rotoruamuseum.co.nz/education/nz-schools/year-1-10-programmes/brave-heartseducation-programme-education-programme

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      Dec 2018

      Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story

      Check out the new interactive exhibition profiling pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients opening on 5 November 2018 in Jean Batten Square. Celebrating the New Zealand cardiac story, Brave Hearts is an exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust (AMMT) with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), which explains how the heart works, how heart disease is investigated and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery. Children are free to enter the exhibition and the gold coin koha from adults will be donated to charity. Displays with interactive models demonstrate normal heart function, what could go wrong and what can be done to diagnose and correct heart problems. The exhibition delves into the inspiring stories behind New Zealand’s first open-heart operation, the cooling of children’s hearts to allow life-saving surgery and the innovation which led to replacing damaged heart valves. Visitors can also learn more about the recipients of ground-breaking heart care such as Helen Harris and former All Blacks doctor John Mayhew. Almost fifty-nine years ago ten-year-old New Zealander Helen Arnold (now Harris) became the first person in New Zealand to undergo heart-lung bypass surgery. This remarkable medical achievement was just one of a number of ground breaking procedures developed by the small team of heroic clinicians at Auckland’s Green Lane Hospital. Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story is on display at Jean Batten Square (Te Aka Mauri, Haupapa Street, Rotorua) from 5 November 2018 until 5 March 2019. The exhibition will be open to the public from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will be closed on public holidays. Groups of more than 20 should pre-book by contacting - brett@marvelly.co.nz This special exhibition has been brought to Rotorua by Rotary Rotorua West with the support of Rotorua Lakes Council, Four Winds Foundation and One Foundation. Rotorua Museum are running a supporting education programme for New Zealand school children Year 7-10. For more information on this programme visit: www.rotoruamuseum.co.nz/education/nz-schools/year-1-10-programmes/brave-heartseducation-programme-education-programme

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      Dec 2018

      Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree

      For Waiariki Women’s Refuge. After the overwhelming success of last year’s Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree, we are again asking our generous local community to donate gifts to a great cause. Starting Saturday 1 December 2018 the Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree will be located at Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri (Haupapa Street) to receive donated gifts for the Waiariki Women’s Refuge. Last year individuals and local businesses donated nearly 350 presents which were distributed by Waiariki Women’s Refuge to families in need. This year we would like to do even better! Families, individuals and companies can bring in wrapped presents, including a gift tag indicating whether they are for a mother or child, and if for a child, the gender and suitable age range. Local businesses are also invited to donate items or vouchers to make Christmas a little brighter for these deserving families. Donated gifts will be delivered to Waiariki Women’s Refuge just in time for Christmas. You can still donate presents after Christmas, right through until 7 January 2019 when the tree comes down. These gifts will be taken Waikariki Women’s Refuge to be given to families in need throughout the year. For further information please contact: rotorua.museum@rotorualc.nz or phone 07 351 8055.

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      Dec 2018

      Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story

      Check out the new interactive exhibition profiling pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients opening on 5 November 2018 in Jean Batten Square. Celebrating the New Zealand cardiac story, Brave Hearts is an exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust (AMMT) with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), which explains how the heart works, how heart disease is investigated and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery. Children are free to enter the exhibition and the gold coin koha from adults will be donated to charity. Displays with interactive models demonstrate normal heart function, what could go wrong and what can be done to diagnose and correct heart problems. The exhibition delves into the inspiring stories behind New Zealand’s first open-heart operation, the cooling of children’s hearts to allow life-saving surgery and the innovation which led to replacing damaged heart valves. Visitors can also learn more about the recipients of ground-breaking heart care such as Helen Harris and former All Blacks doctor John Mayhew. Almost fifty-nine years ago ten-year-old New Zealander Helen Arnold (now Harris) became the first person in New Zealand to undergo heart-lung bypass surgery. This remarkable medical achievement was just one of a number of ground breaking procedures developed by the small team of heroic clinicians at Auckland’s Green Lane Hospital. Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story is on display at Jean Batten Square (Te Aka Mauri, Haupapa Street, Rotorua) from 5 November 2018 until 5 March 2019. The exhibition will be open to the public from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will be closed on public holidays. Groups of more than 20 should pre-book by contacting - brett@marvelly.co.nz This special exhibition has been brought to Rotorua by Rotary Rotorua West with the support of Rotorua Lakes Council, Four Winds Foundation and One Foundation. Rotorua Museum are running a supporting education programme for New Zealand school children Year 7-10. For more information on this programme visit: www.rotoruamuseum.co.nz/education/nz-schools/year-1-10-programmes/brave-heartseducation-programme-education-programme

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      Dec 2018

      Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story

      Check out the new interactive exhibition profiling pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients opening on 5 November 2018 in Jean Batten Square. Celebrating the New Zealand cardiac story, Brave Hearts is an exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust (AMMT) with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), which explains how the heart works, how heart disease is investigated and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery. Children are free to enter the exhibition and the gold coin koha from adults will be donated to charity. Displays with interactive models demonstrate normal heart function, what could go wrong and what can be done to diagnose and correct heart problems. The exhibition delves into the inspiring stories behind New Zealand’s first open-heart operation, the cooling of children’s hearts to allow life-saving surgery and the innovation which led to replacing damaged heart valves. Visitors can also learn more about the recipients of ground-breaking heart care such as Helen Harris and former All Blacks doctor John Mayhew. Almost fifty-nine years ago ten-year-old New Zealander Helen Arnold (now Harris) became the first person in New Zealand to undergo heart-lung bypass surgery. This remarkable medical achievement was just one of a number of ground breaking procedures developed by the small team of heroic clinicians at Auckland’s Green Lane Hospital. Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story is on display at Jean Batten Square (Te Aka Mauri, Haupapa Street, Rotorua) from 5 November 2018 until 5 March 2019. The exhibition will be open to the public from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will be closed on public holidays. Groups of more than 20 should pre-book by contacting - brett@marvelly.co.nz This special exhibition has been brought to Rotorua by Rotary Rotorua West with the support of Rotorua Lakes Council, Four Winds Foundation and One Foundation. Rotorua Museum are running a supporting education programme for New Zealand school children Year 7-10. For more information on this programme visit: www.rotoruamuseum.co.nz/education/nz-schools/year-1-10-programmes/brave-heartseducation-programme-education-programme

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      Dec 2018

      Rotorua Night Market

      The Rotorua Night Market is a must do while in Rotorua! This event is for locals and visitors alike, it is family friendly with great food, music and boutique stalls. Experience every Thursday evening in the 'Heart of Tutanekai Street’ (between Haupapa and Hinemoa Streets). This high-profile, main street location comes to life with permanent LED lighting and sound providing a festive community atmosphere for residents and visitors. Follow us on Facebook for regular updates about what is happening at this week's event! Enjoy the boutique-style shopping experience with the best the region has to offer in arts, crafts and produce from local growers. Taste the variety of ethnic cuisine (including Croatian, Indian, French patisseries, handmade Italian pasta and of course local kai) and be entertained by local musicians. See you there!

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      Dec 2018

      Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree

      For Waiariki Women’s Refuge. After the overwhelming success of last year’s Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree, we are again asking our generous local community to donate gifts to a great cause. Starting Saturday 1 December 2018 the Rotorua Museum Community Christmas Tree will be located at Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri (Haupapa Street) to receive donated gifts for the Waiariki Women’s Refuge. Last year individuals and local businesses donated nearly 350 presents which were distributed by Waiariki Women’s Refuge to families in need. This year we would like to do even better! Families, individuals and companies can bring in wrapped presents, including a gift tag indicating whether they are for a mother or child, and if for a child, the gender and suitable age range. Local businesses are also invited to donate items or vouchers to make Christmas a little brighter for these deserving families. Donated gifts will be delivered to Waiariki Women’s Refuge just in time for Christmas. You can still donate presents after Christmas, right through until 7 January 2019 when the tree comes down. These gifts will be taken Waikariki Women’s Refuge to be given to families in need throughout the year. For further information please contact: rotorua.museum@rotorualc.nz or phone 07 351 8055.

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      Dec 2018

      Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story

      Check out the new interactive exhibition profiling pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients opening on 5 November 2018 in Jean Batten Square. Celebrating the New Zealand cardiac story, Brave Hearts is an exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust (AMMT) with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), which explains how the heart works, how heart disease is investigated and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery. Children are free to enter the exhibition and the gold coin koha from adults will be donated to charity. Displays with interactive models demonstrate normal heart function, what could go wrong and what can be done to diagnose and correct heart problems. The exhibition delves into the inspiring stories behind New Zealand’s first open-heart operation, the cooling of children’s hearts to allow life-saving surgery and the innovation which led to replacing damaged heart valves. Visitors can also learn more about the recipients of ground-breaking heart care such as Helen Harris and former All Blacks doctor John Mayhew. Almost fifty-nine years ago ten-year-old New Zealander Helen Arnold (now Harris) became the first person in New Zealand to undergo heart-lung bypass surgery. This remarkable medical achievement was just one of a number of ground breaking procedures developed by the small team of heroic clinicians at Auckland’s Green Lane Hospital. Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story is on display at Jean Batten Square (Te Aka Mauri, Haupapa Street, Rotorua) from 5 November 2018 until 5 March 2019. The exhibition will be open to the public from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will be closed on public holidays. Groups of more than 20 should pre-book by contacting - brett@marvelly.co.nz This special exhibition has been brought to Rotorua by Rotary Rotorua West with the support of Rotorua Lakes Council, Four Winds Foundation and One Foundation. Rotorua Museum are running a supporting education programme for New Zealand school children Year 7-10. For more information on this programme visit: www.rotoruamuseum.co.nz/education/nz-schools/year-1-10-programmes/brave-heartseducation-programme-education-programme

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      Dec 2018

      Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story

      Check out the new interactive exhibition profiling pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients opening on 5 November 2018 in Jean Batten Square. Celebrating the New Zealand cardiac story, Brave Hearts is an exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust (AMMT) with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), which explains how the heart works, how heart disease is investigated and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery. Children are free to enter the exhibition and the gold coin koha from adults will be donated to charity. Displays with interactive models demonstrate normal heart function, what could go wrong and what can be done to diagnose and correct heart problems. The exhibition delves into the inspiring stories behind New Zealand’s first open-heart operation, the cooling of children’s hearts to allow life-saving surgery and the innovation which led to replacing damaged heart valves. Visitors can also learn more about the recipients of ground-breaking heart care such as Helen Harris and former All Blacks doctor John Mayhew. Almost fifty-nine years ago ten-year-old New Zealander Helen Arnold (now Harris) became the first person in New Zealand to undergo heart-lung bypass surgery. This remarkable medical achievement was just one of a number of ground breaking procedures developed by the small team of heroic clinicians at Auckland’s Green Lane Hospital. Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story is on display at Jean Batten Square (Te Aka Mauri, Haupapa Street, Rotorua) from 5 November 2018 until 5 March 2019. The exhibition will be open to the public from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will be closed on public holidays. Groups of more than 20 should pre-book by contacting - brett@marvelly.co.nz This special exhibition has been brought to Rotorua by Rotary Rotorua West with the support of Rotorua Lakes Council, Four Winds Foundation and One Foundation. Rotorua Museum are running a supporting education programme for New Zealand school children Year 7-10. For more information on this programme visit: www.rotoruamuseum.co.nz/education/nz-schools/year-1-10-programmes/brave-heartseducation-programme-education-programme

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      Dec 2018

      Prince's Gate Dinner & Dance Party

      It’s been a great year and summer’s here! Festive buffet dinner, live band, cash bar. Located in the heart of the city with ample easy parking. Stay with us and make a weekend of it! Rooms and suites available to suit all budgets.

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      Dec 2018

      Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story

      Check out the new interactive exhibition profiling pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients opening on 5 November 2018 in Jean Batten Square. Celebrating the New Zealand cardiac story, Brave Hearts is an exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust (AMMT) with support from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), which explains how the heart works, how heart disease is investigated and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery. Children are free to enter the exhibition and the gold coin koha from adults will be donated to charity. Displays with interactive models demonstrate normal heart function, what could go wrong and what can be done to diagnose and correct heart problems. The exhibition delves into the inspiring stories behind New Zealand’s first open-heart operation, the cooling of children’s hearts to allow life-saving surgery and the innovation which led to replacing damaged heart valves. Visitors can also learn more about the recipients of ground-breaking heart care such as Helen Harris and former All Blacks doctor John Mayhew. Almost fifty-nine years ago ten-year-old New Zealander Helen Arnold (now Harris) became the first person in New Zealand to undergo heart-lung bypass surgery. This remarkable medical achievement was just one of a number of ground breaking procedures developed by the small team of heroic clinicians at Auckland’s Green Lane Hospital. Brave Hearts – The New Zealand Cardiac Story is on display at Jean Batten Square (Te Aka Mauri, Haupapa Street, Rotorua) from 5 November 2018 until 5 March 2019. The exhibition will be open to the public from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will be closed on public holidays. Groups of more than 20 should pre-book by contacting - brett@marvelly.co.nz This special exhibition has been brought to Rotorua by Rotary Rotorua West with the support of Rotorua Lakes Council, Four Winds Foundation and One Foundation. Rotorua Museum are running a supporting education programme for New Zealand school children Year 7-10. For more information on this programme visit: www.rotoruamuseum.co.nz/education/nz-schools/year-1-10-programmes/brave-heartseducation-programme-education-programme