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Puke Ariki Talks - Rediscovering the history of Ketemarae with Dr Caroline Phillips

Wed 02 May 2018, 5.30pm
Puke Ariki Museum Foyer
Ketemarae was a group of Maori settlements set in a bush clearing near present-day Normanby. It was a significant location during the Land Wars, but afterwards sank from view. Fast forward 150 years and a roading project uncovered parts of an unknown Maori fortification. Archaeologist, Dr Caroline Phillips will discuss how many different strands of information (written and oral histories, old survey... Read More

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Bugs! Our Backyard Heroes

Date: Sat 12 Nov 2016 - Sun 14 May 2017
Time: See our Opening Hours
Venue: Temporary Exhibition Gallery, Puke Ariki Museum
Event Type: Exhibitions
Town: New Plymouth

Bugs are amazing!You might think of them as small, scaly and scary - but they have incredible talents.This exhibition will take you on a journey to meet some living creepy crawlies, explore our native bugs and discover bugs with superpowers from...  Read More

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The Puke Ariki Guided Historical Walk

Date: Sun 23 Apr 2017
Time: 1pm-3pm
Venue: I-SITE Visitor Information Centre, Puke Ariki
Event Type: Workshops, Talks, Conferences
Town: New Plymouth

An experienced local guide takes you through the central city area relating events, developments and anecdotes from the settlers’ arrival in New Plymouth in 1841, through to the time that a viable community was established some 40 or 50 years...  Read More

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The Puke Ariki Guided Historical Walk

Date: Sun 23 Apr 2017
Time: 1pm-3pm
Venue: I-SITE Visitor Information Centre, Puke Ariki
Event Type: Workshops, Talks, Conferences
Town: New Plymouth

An experienced local guide takes you through the central city area relating events, developments and anecdotes from the early European settlers’ arrival in New Plymouth in 1841, through to the time that a viable community was established some...  Read More

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