Things may be a little messy around here for a while as I make some aesthetic and structural changes. I have no option but to do this live so please bear with me. You may continue navigating the posts while this is happening – some may appear a little wonky until I make individual adjustments. The page menu is moving to the side bar. The first challenge is to get the images in current posts correctly aligned. The side bar will then be revamped. The idea is to achieve a cleaner look with less distractions and more intuitive navigation both here and on my gallery server.

Cambridge Museum

Waiting in the front garden of Cambridge Museum at 24 Victoria Street for the ‘official opening’ of the museum’s new exhibitions layout. Today signifies a milestone in the transition begun in June 2008 of the transfer of management of the museum from the Cambridge Historical Society (who retain ownership of the collection) to our local body authority the Waipa District Council. Today’s celebration acknowledges also the centenary of the opening, in 1909, of the museum’s home since 1984 the Cambridge Courthouse.

Cambridge High Hockey Boys 1ST XI

This evening members of the Cambridge High Hockey Boys 1ST XI serve dinner (Indian appetizers, entrees, curries and deserts) to their guests at Deli on the Corner café in Cambridge CBD’s Victoria Street. Under the guidance of Deli on the Corner owner Carolyn Parkes team members prepared, cooked, served and waited on their guests – and washed up afterwards – as part of fundraising for their upcoming 2009 Olympic Stick Secondary School Tournament in Carterton (Monday 31st of August – Friday 4th of September 2009) as part of New Zealand secondary schools tournament week.

Cambridge NZ autumn festival notes ctd.

Cambridge Town clock from Victoria Street Cambridge New Zealand. St Andrews Anglican Church corner Victoria Street and Hamilton Road SH1 Cambridge New Zealand. Cambridge by Night is a feature of Cambridge Autumn Festival this week. Word is tomorrow night’s the night to enjoy the lights. More lights and town is open late as well. Fingers crossed that the weatherContinue reading “Cambridge NZ autumn festival notes ctd.”