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31 MAR

NEXT VOL 6

Together Catchments Otago (University of Otago) and Otago Regional Council are co-hosting a Pecha Kucha Night in Queenstown, Friday 31 March at Queenstown Primary School Hall.

The theme of discussion is "The Lakes and I", with a line up of presenters telling stories about their relationship to the lakes, and how living near the lakes influences their lives - it promises to be a great event. 

Join us in celebrating peoples' connection to their beautiful lakes!

This is a free event, so bring the family and friends. All welcome. Reserve your seat by emailing contact@catchmentsotago.org. Doors open 7.30pm for an 8.00pm start. 

Presenters line-up, with more to be confirmed - include: 

Randall Aspinall // Farmer - Mt Aspiring Station // Farming in the Lakes Catchment
Anna Claire Thompson // Jewellery Artist // I love Lake Hayes
Leah Kissick // School Student // Local History through the eyes of Lake Wakatipu
Pascal Sirguey // Senior Lecturer, School of Surveying //  “How much snow and ice is there?”
Peter Langlands // Forager - Wild Capture // Foraging in central Otago's waterways
Chris Hankin // D.O.C Ranger // The natural world of Queenstown’s Lakes, large and small

VENUE
@ Queenstown Primary School
20 Robins Road
Queenstown
DETAILS
March 31, 2017
8:00pm - 10:30pm
Free
Anna Claire Thompson
Jeweller in Queenstown
Leah Kissick
School Student in Queenstown
Randall Aspinall
Farmer - Mt Aspiring Station in Queenstown
Pascal Sirguey
Senior Lecturer, School of Surveying, University of Otago in Dunedin
Peter Langlands
Environmental research in Queenstown