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Between the Lines - Parallel Lives

Between the Lines - Parallel Lives

A wonderful evening of conversation is guaranteed with guests Sir Bob Kerridge and Dr Matthew Hall, led by well-known writer and editor Paul Little.

Bob Kerridge was the public face of the SPCA and voice for animal rights in NZ for over 20 years. Now retired in Hawkes Bay he speaks about growing up in the shadow of his father and turning his back on the commercial world to devote himself to animal welfare.

Dr Matthew Hall has published two books examining the relationships between human beings and plants. He examines the stories told about plants in mythological traditions. Dr Hall is currently an Associate Director of Research Services at Victoria University.

A fascinating evening, fireside, at the gorgeous Mountview Homestead - tickets are very limited.

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Friday 24 July, 7:00pm to 9:00pm


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Mountview, Waipawa, Central Hawke's Bay
11 Windsor Road, Waipawa, Central Hawke's Bay

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