Hibiscus Coast


Meetings

2.00pm third Tuesday of the month,  February - November

Venue: St Chad's Church, cnr Florence Ave & Centreway Rd, Orewa

 

Branch Workshops & Cottage Meetings

For further details of events,  please see our latest newsletters below

 

Irish Chat with Greg Murphy

Date:  First Monday of the month

Venue: Genealogy Section,  Whangaparoa Library 

Time:  10am - 12pm

 

Family Tree Maker with Levina

Date:  Fifth Wednesday of the month

Venue:  Genealogy Section,  Whangaparoa Library

Time:  12.30pm - 2.30pm

 

OZ Chat with Wendy Fitzpatrick

Date:  Third Wednesday of the month

Venue:  Genealogy Section,  Whangaparoa Library 

Time: 10am - 12pm

 

Sandra's Cottage Group with Sandra Baker

Date:  Last Tuesday of the month

Venue:  At Sandra's Home

Time: 10am - 12pm

 

Evening Meeting (subject to change) with Greg Murphy

Date: Last Tuesday of the month

Venue:  Pohutukawa Room,  Whangaparoa Library

Time: 7.30pm - 9.00pm

Evening Meeting  (Subject to change)

 

HBC Legacy User Group with Alan Jenner

Date: First Thursday of the month

Venue: Genealogy Section,  Whangaparoa Library 

Time:  10am - 12pm

 

 

Contact

Wendy Fitzpatrick

PO Box 27, Orewa 0946

Ph: 09 424 5779

Email: Hibiscus Coast

Website:  Hibiscus Coast NZSG Branch 

 

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Our WW1 Project: "Putting Flesh on the Bones."

Our project aims to have an educational outcome where we help young people see the names on the local
War Memorials as people with families and to see how the war affected them and their families. To better understand
the impact of going to war had, not just on the soldiers, but their families and the community at large.

The Project has 2 phases:
1. To work closely with the RSA and Silverdale Historic Society to develop profiles of the soldiers named on the memorials
2. To provide a resource that can be used by young people in local schools when they study WW1
If you would like to be involved with this project email: Diane & Roger

 

Go to our WW1 Project page >>>

 

 

17/06/2017