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Meetings

Our Branch generally meets twice a month at the Petone Public Library meeting room, 7-11 Britannia Street, Petone.  Evening access is via the door from the Peel Place Car Park.

Parking is available in Peel Place Car Park, next to the Library, and accessed from either Britannia St or Richmond St.  This map shows Peel Place Car Park.

Visitors are most welcome.

Select Go to Meetings from the menu above for more information, and Coming Up to see our calendar of meeting topics and events.


Recent Media Coverage

20 September 2018, Stuff.co.nz (Dominion Post) ::
'Big auntie Kate': three women find their connection to Kate Sheppard

It's the mother of all family reunions: three women in the dining room of the historic Vogel House, Lower Hutt exploring their common ancestor, Kate Sheppard.

Historian Sandra Greig, left, and Hutt City archivist Jennie Henton brought 
					together the three women and set up the 'Women Suffragists in the Hutt' exhibition.

ELEANOR WENMAN/STUFF

Historian Sandra Greig, left, and Hutt City archivist Jennie Henton brought together the three women and set up the Women Suffragists in the Hutt exhibition.

Historian Sandra Greig [NZSG Lower Hutt branch member] and Hutt City archivist Jennie Henton brought together the three women and set up the Women Suffragists in the Hutt exhibition.

The exhibition and series of talks is marking the 125th anniversary of New Zealand women getting the vote and was open from September 20 to October 2 [2018] in Vogel House on Woburn Rd, Lower Hutt.

Read the article: 20 September 2018, Stuff.co.nz (Dominion Post) ::
'Big auntie Kate': three women find their connection to Kate Sheppard

HUTT VALLEY BRANCH MEETINGS

Coming Up


Thurs 8 November, 7:30pm

and

Thurs 15 November, 10:00am

'Private Edward Cunliffe, the 1918 Influenza Epidemic, Featherston Camp and Cemetery' - Christine Edney


 
For more details see
Meetings Coming Up.