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QEII Park exhibition open for an extra day

QEII Park exhibition open for an extra day

There's an extra opportunity to see memorabilia and archive materials > from the 1974 Commonwealth Games and the history of QEII Park this Saturday at Our City O-Tautahi, on the corner of Oxford Terrace and Worcester Boulevard in the central city.

The FREE 'QEII Park: The next 10 years' exhibition', due to end on Friday 8 July, will now close on Saturday 9 July, to give people who have missed the popular exhibition a chance to see it.

Find out how the Park has grown over the years since it opened for the 1974 Commonwealth Games, and relive some of your memories with a rare chance to look back at original archive materials from the Games and > the Park, including memorabilia and film clips. You can also send your > views about Park's future direct to Christchurch City Council, on the spot, using the 'Have Your Say' workstation.

Our City O-Tautahi is open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm.


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