Wellington: ‘Protest and Action’ Wellington Museum Tour
A tour based on the title ‘Protest and Action’ has been organised for Wednesday the 7th of June at 11am. The tour will focus on learning about stories of significant protest that have occurred in the country’s capitol city, exploring some of the times people have taken action. From the 1913 Waterfront lock out through to the controversy surrounding the Te Aro bypass. It will last for approximately 45 minutes, followed by a chance to ask questions over a cup of tea. The tour will be available for up to three low vision or blind participants and will be supported by member of the museum staff, a Blind Foundation volunteer and/or a Blind Foundation staff member.
If you are interested in attending the tour then please reserve a place by contacting Frances Watling (Recreation and Volunteer Coordinator at the Blind Foundation). Telephone 04 380 2151 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.