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Arrowtown Spring Arts Festival presents Kate De Goldi


Fri 18 Oct 2019, 5:00pm–6:00pm

Where: Arrowtown Athenaeum Hall, 33 Buckingham St, Arrowtown, Queenstown Lakes

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General admission: $23.00 ea ($20.00 + $3.00 fees)
  • ACAS members: $16.38 ea ($15.00 + $1.38 fees)
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“Perry’s mother and father are busy people … they’re impatient, they’re tired, they get cross easily. And they think that only children, like Perry, should be kept busy. On Saturday mornings Perry and her father visit her gran, Honora Lee, at the Santa Lucia rest home, but Gran never remembers them. ‘Who is that man?’ Honora Lee asks when Perry’s father leaves the room. After movement class is abruptly cancelled, Perry is allowed to go to Santa Lucia on Thursday afternoons. She discovers her Gran has an unconventional interest in the alphabet, so Perry decides to make an alphabet book with the help of Honora and the others. Soon everyone is interested in Perry’s book project….”
(excerpt from the "ACB with Honoura Lee" by Kate De Goldi)
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ACAS Arrowtown Spring Arts Festival presents:-
Kate De Goldi in Conversation with Bethany G Rogers
Friday 18th October Atheneaum Hall 5-6pm
$15 for ACAS members
$20 for ACAS non -members
(Children under 16 FREE)

Enjoy an hour with award-winning Kate De Goldi, one of New Zealands’ most loved authors whose short novels engage children, teenagers and adults alike. Kate is joined in conversation with local freelance writer Bethany G Rodgers