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Lyttelton, portal to Canterbury’s historic past, a vibrant sustainable community creating a living future

Project Lyttelton Speaker Sessions at the Wunderbar

When: Thursday 24 June, 7.30pm

Where: The Wunderbar

How much: $10, door sales

speakers_festival_of_lightsCome into the warm, nestle in with a tasty beverage and join us for an evening of enlightenment, education and entertainment. Five talented and intriguing speakers from the vibrant community of Lyttelton will share their wisdom, ideas and tales with punters in the backroom at the Wunderbar.

Speakers:

Jo Burzynska (Wine Writer & Columnist) with Adventures in Wine

Dr Colin Meurck (Senior Ecologist for Landcare Research) with Biodiversity is Life – Life is Art

Adam McGrath (Frontman for band The Eastern) with Hard travellin'- using guitar strings to follow shoe strings along state highways and beyond

Dr Sanchez/Duke Mule (Musician, Photographer, DJ, Graphic Artist) with Online Music Promotion and Presentation Tips - How to Promote your band to the world

Dr Graeme Inglis (Principle Scientist, Marine Biosecurity, NIWA) with Aliens in our midst! - What foreign creatures lurk at the bottom of Lyttelton Harbour, how did they get there and what are we doing about them?

Proudly produced by Project Lyttelton with thanks to the Wunderbar.

 


 

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