Living Treasures: people with close associations to the Library talk about its place in their lives

November 13, 2008 at 1:00 pm | Posted in Centenary, City Library, Events, Free Event, Heritage, Library_News | Leave a comment

Our treasures are:

  • Dunedin writer Gordon Parry, whose column Down Memory Lane is a popular feature of the Otago Daily Times.
  • Free-lance editor and writer Paul Sorrell, whose Fleur’s Place: Fresh, Naturally Good Food was recently published by Penguin.
  • Historian and broadcaster Jim Sullivan, whose Sounds Historical is broadcast on National Radio on Sunday evenings.
  • Artist, curator, mentor, and co-owner of Salisbury House Gallery, Lynn Taylor.
  • Merle van de Klundert, President of the Dunedin Public Library Association.
  • Tuesday 18 November 7.30pm
  • 1st Floor
  • City Library
  • Free

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