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Many great things are happening at the Sculpture Park beginning with a volunteer day ( huge variety of tasks on offer) and BBQ, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Saturday June 26. Please email Dorothy firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more or let her know you can help out.
The succession of Autumn colours here at the park has drawn many more visitors this year, particularly those interested in photography. Our 50 Shades of Autumn 2021 photography competition resulted in some really successful images. Autumn leaves are still colouring up throughout the park so next year the Trust may extend the length of time… Read More Sculpture Park Newsletter May 2021
Seeds of Renewal celebrates the 30 years since the rehabilitation of the former quarry began. The Art-in-Nature Arboretum Trust has invited presentations ranging from seed collection and propagation of trees to soil improvement and organic gardening. Day Timeslot Title of Workshop Key Presenter(s) Friday, 2nd April 11am Propagating NZ Natives Tony & May Ho Full… Read More Lots to Learn at the Sculpture Park this Easter Weekend
Newsletter for February 2021 Kia ora, Coming up this March it will be 30 years since we purchased the quarry and started its rehabilitation. The celebration of this milestone will launch Seeds of Renewal, our Easter event (2 – 5 April). The event draws attention to ways of sustaining nature and art, the driving forces… Read More 30 Years on – Celebrate with the Sculpture Park
http://www.sculpturepark.co.nz Latest news from the Park Art-in-Nature Arboretum Trust The Trust board has been chosen and the trust deed is almost ready for sign-off. All going well the charitable trust should be up and running before Christmas. The Trust will run the park and will collect all the proceeds from entries and events. It will… Read More Dog Day Out – 21 November -and other good news from the Sculpture Park