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News and coming events

Public Forum “Transforming Cities into Active, Healthy and Sustainable Places”

Friday 15th February 4pm Castle 2

This forum is open to public and free of charge.

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Clocktower lawn picnic

Friday 15 February, 5.30pm until 7.30pm

The Vice-Chancellor writes "The picnic is a city-wide event for all ages, bringing together students, staff, alumni and the whole Dunedin community in a fun, informal celebration".

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Great Scots: Otago Men and Women Who Shaped New Zealand

Professor Murray Rae - Sunday 3 February 2pm

Toitū Otago Settlers Museum

Dunedin Symphony Orchestra

Sunday 17th February 3pm 65 Hanover Street

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2019 World Book Day Lecture - “Reading beyond the Book”

Associate Professor Katherine Bode (ANU)

Archway 2 - Thursday, 7 March - 5:30pm

Readers and Writers Festival

May 9th to 12th

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Parkinson Diagnostic Tool - Research Volunteers Needed

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2018 McKinlay Oration available on line

Professor Ken Brown's address from 28th November 2018

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Medical Marvels

Exhibition at Special Collections - de Beer Gallery from 14th December

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2019 UK Universities Tour

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University of Otago - Alumni Events

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University of Otago - Magazine

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University of Otago - Continuing Education

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University of Otago - Foundation Trust

The Foundation Trust receives and administers donations and bequests made to help advance the interests of the University, its staff and its students. Please click here for the link

University of Otago - Open Lectures

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Dunedin Public Art Gallery

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Otago Museum

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Toitu Otago Settlers Museum

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Otago Decorative & Fine Arts Society

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Golf club car park

PLEASE be very careful when driving through the car parks at the Golf Club and follow the arrows to avoid head-on confrontations.


Parking

Leith Valley is a popular parking spot for people who used to park on the road now taken over by the cycle way. That doesn’t leave a lot of spaces for U3A — especially for our big courses. You can help the situation by car pooling.

People who park on the clearway, opposite the Bowling Club, will likely be ticketed by DCC.