Tuesday, 27 March 2007

Behind-the-Scenes tours at Canterbury Museum

Here are two events at the Canterbury Museum that might interest parents and children. The first one is a Saturday and the second is a Tuesday during school. If anyone is interested perhaps we could arrange a field trip?

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Treasures from the Antarctic Store
1 April, 11 am and 12 noon, Canterbury Museum

Come behind the scenes as Natalie Cadenhead, Curator of Antarctic History, takes you deep into the storehouses of one of the finest Antarctic collections in the world. Bookings are essential.

Venoms of Doom!
3 April, 6.00 – 7.00 pm, Canterbury Museum

From ants to jellyfish, invertebrates have a frightening arsenal of venoms which are used to detain prey, dissuade predators and can even kill humans. Come and hear Dr Simon Pollard, Curator of Invertebrate Zoology, talk about the wonderful world of venoms and how they can really mess up your day. Bookings are essential.

Lee Harris
Communications Co-ordinator
Canterbury Museum
Telephone 64 3 366 5000
Email: lharris@canterburymuseum.com

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