WW1: Tracing the Footsteps from Trentham
16 August - 3 October 2014 | Golden Homes Gallery
Tracing the Footsteps from Trentham tells the story of the World War 1 Military Training Camp, which turned New Zealand civilians into fighting men. Paying tribute to the role the Camp played in shaping the men who became New Zealand's heroes of The Great War; this exhibition follows their journey from the tents and training fields of Trentham to the trials and trauma of war
Experience what a soldier's life in a New Zealand training camp was like, honour their hopes, dreams and fears, and remember the price they paid.
Proudly supported by Heretaunga Rotary, and Lottery World War 1 Commemorations.
Expressions Arts & Entertainment Centre in association with Visa Wellington On A Plate presents
WORLD WAR ONE DINNER
Saturday 30 August 2014 | 6pm
Enjoy a night of history, heritage and fabulously good food with a World War I inspired dinner.
WW1: AROUND THE PIANO
Sunday 14 September 2014 | 2pm
The Take Note Singers lead a WW1 sing along around the piano.
MATT GAULDIE: NZ ARMY ARTIST TALK
Sunday 21 September | 1pm
Official New Zealand Army Artist, Matt Gauldie talks about his role of capturing on canvas the New Zealand Defence Force.
Positive Aging Week 2014 & Expressions presents
WW1: Tracing the footsteps from Trentham
Tuesday 23 September 2014 | 3pm
Director of Expressions Leanne Wickham will do a guided tour through the WW1: Tracing the footsteps from Trentham exhibition, followed by complimentary tea and scones.