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LHW 10th anniversary morning tea

LHW 10th anniversary morning tea

In 2018 the City Library hosted a morning tea for supporters of Local History Week, which had been held annually since 2018. The morning tea took place on the 2nd floor of the Central Library.

 
LHW 10th anniversary morning tea

LHW 10th anniversary morning tea

In 2018 the City Library hosted a morning tea for supporters of Local History Week, which had been held annually since 2018. The morning tea took place on the 2nd floor of the Central Library.

 
LHW 10th anniversary morning tea

LHW 10th anniversary morning tea

In 2018 the City Library hosted a morning tea for supporters of Local History Week, which had been held annually since 2018. The morning tea took place on the 2nd floor of the Central Library.

 
LHW 10th anniversary morning tea

LHW 10th anniversary morning tea

In 2018 the City Library hosted a morning tea for supporters of Local History Week, which had been held annually since 2018. The morning tea took place on the 2nd floor of the Central Library.

 
LHW 10th anniversary morning tea

LHW 10th anniversary morning tea

In 2018 the City Library hosted a morning tea for supporters of Local History Week, which had been held annually since 2018. The morning tea took place on the 2nd floor of the Central Library.

 
LHW 10th anniversary morning tea

LHW 10th anniversary morning tea

In 2018 the City Library hosted a morning tea for supporters of Local History Week, which had been held annually since 2018. The morning tea took place on the 2nd floor of the Central Library.

 
Waitangi Day - Photograph Competition

Waitangi Day - Photograph Competition

We need your help! Palmerston North Libraries is offering the chance to win a prize for every Waitangi Day specific upload that appears on Manawatū Heritage in the month of February. It's easy to enter! Just upload a photograph of Waitangi Day event/s (past or present) taken in the Manawatū, using the [Contribute Page](https://manawatuheritage.pncc.govt.nz/contribute), during the month of February and we'll do the rest! Read the Terms and Conditions below for more information. If you don't have an account, [you can create one here](https://manawatuheritage.pncc.govt.nz/register) or [get in touch with the Heritage Team](https://manawatuheritage.pncc.govt.nz/contact-us) for more options. Terms and Conditions: - Entries are subject to a moderation process undertaken by the Heritage Team - only items that are approved in this process will be added to the collection and eligible for an entry. - Winners will be drawn at random and announced on the [Palmerston North Libraries Facebook page](https://www.facebook.com/palmerstonnorthcitylibrary/). Winners will be verified before the prizes are allocated. - There are four prizes to win. - The cut off for the final prize is February 29 at midnight - uploads after this time are welcome, but not eligible for the prize-draw. - Communication with the winners will take place via email - please ensure you have submitted a functioning email address. Prizes not claimed after two weeks will be forfeit and we reserve the right to draw another winner.

Creator
Date
2020
Place
Manawatū
 
Clock tower in The Square

Clock tower in The Square

Looking past the bus car parks in The Square to the clock tower. The clock tower was built in 1955, after a donation by Arthur Hopwood, a local businessman. Directly in front of the clock tower can be seen the war memorial erected in 1926. The Square has undergone substantial changes since the clock tower was constructed.

 
Railway Staff

Railway Staff

Railway staff pose on a station platform. Alan Eric Hardy, who worked as a porter, is on the far left. The other men are unknown.

 
'Who was the Ugliest' competition, McGregor Mill picnic

'Who was the Ugliest' competition, McGregor Mill picnic

The men vying for the 'ugliest' were employees of the McGregor Bros Mill. The picnic was held at the Motorimu Hall, which was a popular local venue for concerts and other entertainment for people in the Linton area. The McGregor Brothers' ran a mill at Hilltop (Motorimu) c1900-1911. During that time, the brothers ran a Post Office and established a school and church services in the area.

 
Dawn service ANZAC Day 2019

Dawn service ANZAC Day 2019

Lest we forget - Dawn service ANZAC Day, 2019. This work was created by The RENA Movement.

Creator
Date
April 25, 2019
Place
The Square, Palmerston North
 
Street Prints Papaioea - Mural on Grand Hotel

Street Prints Papaioea - Mural on Grand Hotel

Street Prints Papaioea took place in Palmerston North from January 16th to the 22nd. The event will showcased 18 street artists painting 18 murals throughout downtown Palmerston North. International artists from the United States, Ireland, UK, Greece, Tonga and Australia, and other countries took part in the Community Event to alongside five local artists from Palmerston North and artists from around Aotearoa. Presented by Pushing Arts In Nz Trust (P.A.I.N.T.) and Palmerston North City Council, SP Papaioea is a unique street art festival that aims to connect the community with art. SP Papaioea was inspired to combine art with Manawatu’s rich history, beautiful lands and people. It hopes to unify the local community and remind the residents of who they are by creating inspiring artworks. The event enabled street artists from around the globe to grow both artistically and share their talents by gifting inspired artworks based on the Maori proverb; "kua kākahutia te Rangimarie" the English translation being "under the cloak of peace"  

 
Street Prints Papaioea - Mural on Te Manawa

Street Prints Papaioea - Mural on Te Manawa

Street Prints Papaioea took place in Palmerston North from January 16th to the 22nd. The event will showcased 18 street artists painting 18 murals throughout downtown Palmerston North. International artists from the United States, Ireland, UK, Greece, Tonga and Australia, and other countries took part in the Community Event to alongside five local artists from Palmerston North and artists from around Aotearoa. Presented by Pushing Arts In Nz Trust (P.A.I.N.T.) and Palmerston North City Council, SP Papaioea is a unique street art festival that aims to connect the community with art. SP Papaioea was inspired to combine art with Manawatu’s rich history, beautiful lands and people. It hopes to unify the local community and remind the residents of who they are by creating inspiring artworks. The event enabled street artists from around the globe to grow both artistically and share their talents by gifting inspired artworks based on the Maori proverb; "kua kākahutia te Rangimarie" the English translation being "under the cloak of peace" 

 
Pou Removal, The Square

Pou Removal, The Square

Part of the karakia process of blessing the pou whenua being removed from the Te Marae o Hine side of Palmerston North City Council building for renewal and refurbishment by Detlef Klein. Installed in 1990, the 3 carvings resemble Rangitāne and his grandmothers, Reretua and Hinerau. The pou were removed to be dried out in storage and restored, with a return date of 2020.

 
Pou Removal, The Square

Pou Removal, The Square

Karakia to bless the pou whenua before removal on the Te Marae o Hine side of Palmerston North City Council building for renewal and refurbishment by Detlef Klein. Installed in 1990, the 3 carvings resemble Rangitāne and his grandmothers, Reretua and Hinerau. The pou were removed to be dried out in storage and restored, with a return date of 2020.

 
Pou Removal, The Square

Pou Removal, The Square

Pou whenua being removed from Te Marae o Hine side of Palmerston North City Council building for renewal and refurbishment by Detlef Klein. Installed in 1990, the 3 carvings resemble Rangitāne and his grandmothers, Reretua and Hinerau. The pou were removed to be dried out in storage and restored, with a return date of 2020.

 
Pou Removal, The Square

Pou Removal, The Square

Pou whenua being removed from Te Marae o Hine side of Palmerston North City Council building for renewal and refurbishment by Detlef Klein. Installed in 1990, the 3 carvings resemble Rangitāne and his grandmothers, Reretua and Hinerau. The pou were removed to be dried out in storage and restored, with a return date of 2020.

 
Pou Removal, The Square

Pou Removal, The Square

Pou whenua being removed from Te Marae o Hine side of Palmerston North City Council building for renewal and refurbishment by Detlef Klein. Installed in 1990, the 3 carvings resemble Rangitāne and his grandmothers, Reretua and Hinerau. The pou were removed to be dried out in storage and restored, with a return date of 2020.

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