An excellent turnout on Saturday afternoon to wish Eris all the best in her retirement. A gathering of friends, family, society members and archiving volunteers mc’d by Michael Cole (right). Waipa District councillor Barbara Taranaki (left) among the many thanking Eris for her work as curator of Cambridge Museum.
Kids Kart drivers Dylan Ferguson, Mark Johnson, Anthony Slaney behind, Julia Barugh, Tammy Johnson, Tayla Wenn behind, Nessie Turan, Gemma Oliver behind, Rachel Clark, Taylor Scott, Luke Harrison front at this evening’s Cambridge-Te Awamutu Harness Racing Club meeting at Cambridge Raceway, Cambridge New Zealand. A full set of proofs from this evening can be found at hotshotstogo.co.nz.
First Tuesday NZ Trust Project Manager Michael Head in the Alf Walsh Lounge at Cambridge Raceway one day out from Cambridge Melbourne Cup Day 2009. Entry to the Raceway from 11AM tomorrow morning is free and family-friendly with plenty to see and do in the build up to the Cup at 5PM.
An inflated climbing tower at Memorial Park on the greenbelt, Taylor Street, Cambridge. Along with military displays both static and moving Armistice in Cambridge features a fairground, vintage and classic cars, antique motors, air displays as well as the very popular re enactment performances.
Dad chats with a vendor in the big tent at Armistice in Cambridge, Memorial Park – on the greenbelt (the rugby grounds), Taylor Street, Cambridge, today Sunday the 9th of November 2008. In the 1940s after WW2 farmers could purchase army surplus rifles for pest control. Dad paid £10.0.0 a piece for two Lee Enfield .303 rifles.
A small selection of photos from tonight’s Waikato Hunt Cocktail Party at the Alf Walsh Lounge, Cambridge Raceway. Photos can be purchased at Hot Shots To Go 62 Duke Street, Cambridge and online from Tuesday 22/7/08.