|Tue 25 Apr 2017, 9:00am–3:00pm|
ANZAC Day marks New Zealand’s first major engagement of World War One at Gallipoli, Turkey. While it was a terrible defeat, it has gone on to become a legend of sacrifice.
On Tuesday 25 April 2017 the team from Rotorua Museum will be based at Te Rūnanga Tearooms (Government Gardens) from 9am until 3pm with a range of activities to commemorate ANZAC Day.
Visitors can come to reflect and remember all the men and women who have served their country, showing courage and loyalty.
Take time to remember those whose lives have been lost by writing a message on a poppy. These poppies can be added to our ANZAC Day remembrance displays.
Children will have the opportunity to create their own poppy wreath to honour fallen soldiers in our free craft activity.
For further information please contact Rotorua Museum:
Phone - 07 351 8456 or Email - Kathy.firstname.lastname@example.org
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