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Karori Sanctuary Events Calendar November/December

Karori Sanctuary Events Calendar
November/December 2007

Please let your readers/listeners/viewers know about these great educational and fundraising events at Wellington's world-first wildlife sanctuary:

What not to plant! A special guided walk with the Sanctuary’s Biosecurity Officer
Sunday 18 November. 11am-12.30pm

Learn about the Sanctuary’s ‘war on weeds’ with the Sanctuary's Biosecurity Officer. Booking is essential. $20/adults, $10/kids. Special members’ rate and exclusive shop discounts for tour participants. Call 04 920 9213 for more details and to book.

Twilight wine-tasting and wander with Peregrine Wines
Wednesday 21 November. 5.30pm-8pm

Sanctuary supporters Regional Wines & Spirits are holding one of their sell-out wine tasting evenings at the Sanctuary as a fundraiser. Enjoy and learn about a range of wines from prestigious Gibbston Valley winemakers Peregrine. Then take a short cruise across the lake and marvel at the Sanctuary’s unique dusk chorus.

This is a great opportunity to enjoy the Sanctuary at its most spectacular whilst enjoying a few glasses of top-notch NZ wine – the perfect pre-Christmas treat! Availability is strictly limited, so book now to avoid disappointment. $30 ($25 for members). R18. To book call Regional Wines on (04) 385 6952 or email ian@regionalwines.co.nz

Bush-tucker trail – a special guided walk with Des Smith
Sunday 16 December. 11am-12.30pm

Learn about the traditional and contemporary use of native plants as food and medicine with Des Smith. Booking is essential. Special members’ rate of $15/adults and $7.50/kids with exclusive shop discounts for tour participants. Call 04 920 9213 for more details and to book.

For more information www.sanctuary.org.nz

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