Events & workshops

May
2
Thu
Hidden Treasures – Hidden Atrocities Presentation NZ Archaeology Wk 2019
May 2 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Discover Polish archaeologists’ work in Poland and around the world, from Iron Age Biskupin Fort, Katyn Forest and Warsaw to Egypt and South America. Come and unearth links between World War 2, Resistance and Polish New Zealanders.

Talk, presentation and short film.

Adults only, contains sensitive content.

Free event for NZ Archaeology Week 2019

Enquiries 09 533 3530  or  email: phtmuseum@outlook.com Bookings not required.

Held indoors at Polish Heritage Trust Museum 125 Elliot St, Howick, Auckland.

Free off-street parking, seating, restrooms and wheelchair access.

Complimentary tea and coffee.

The Polish Heritage Trust Museum is pleased to be part in NZ Archaeology Week 2019.

May
3
Fri
Friday Paper Cutters: Adult Wycinanki
May 3 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

P1110519

Come try something new and create with paper and scissors.

Wycinanki or cut-outs is a traditional Polish folk art

This adult group meets on the first Friday each month, we cut various types of designs, tree of life, roosters, flowers and circles.

$10pp includes a cuppa. A warm welcome awaits you

New members are welcome any time as we work at our own pace, materials and designs provided. Coming for the first time? Please ring me.

Polish decorative paper cut-outs belong to the most beautiful in the world. Traditionally they were made by hand, without drawing the design first, cutting out using sheep-sheering scissors.

  • New members can watch a short presentation
  • Designs based on the Lowicz and Kurpie regions of Poland
  • Beginners workshop is also available throughout the year, gather your group together and make a booking, a date and time to suit you.
  • Ideal class for children’s birthday parties too! 8 years plus, can be available on some Saturdays

For enquiries  and bookings please phone 533 3530 or email us.

Museum hours Tue to Fri 10-4 and Sun 12-5

May
5
Sun
Hidden Treasures – Hidden Atrocities Presentation NZ Archaeology Wk 2019
May 5 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Discover Polish archaeologists’ work in Poland and around the world, from Iron Age Biskupin Fort, Katyn Forest and Warsaw to Egypt and South America. Come and unearth links between World War 2, Resistance and Polish New Zealanders.

Talk, presentation and short film.

Adults only, contains sensitive content.

Free event for NZ Archaeology Week 2019

Enquiries 09 533 3530  or  email: phtmuseum@outlook.com Bookings not required.

Held indoors at Polish Heritage Trust Museum 125 Elliot St, Howick, Auckland.

Free off-street parking, seating, restrooms and wheelchair access.

Complimentary tea and coffee.

The Polish Heritage Trust Museum is pleased to be part in NZ Archaeology Week 2019.

Jun
7
Fri
Friday Paper Cutters: Adult Wycinanki
Jun 7 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

P1110519

Come try something new and create with paper and scissors.

Wycinanki or cut-outs is a traditional Polish folk art

This adult group meets on the first Friday each month, we cut various types of designs, tree of life, roosters, flowers and circles.

$10pp includes a cuppa. A warm welcome awaits you

New members are welcome any time as we work at our own pace, materials and designs provided. Coming for the first time? Please ring me.

Polish decorative paper cut-outs belong to the most beautiful in the world. Traditionally they were made by hand, without drawing the design first, cutting out using sheep-sheering scissors.

  • New members can watch a short presentation
  • Designs based on the Lowicz and Kurpie regions of Poland
  • Beginners workshop is also available throughout the year, gather your group together and make a booking, a date and time to suit you.
  • Ideal class for children’s birthday parties too! 8 years plus, can be available on some Saturdays

For enquiries  and bookings please phone 533 3530 or email us.

Museum hours Tue to Fri 10-4 and Sun 12-5

Jul
5
Fri
Friday Paper Cutters: Adult Wycinanki
Jul 5 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

P1110519

Come try something new and create with paper and scissors.

Wycinanki or cut-outs is a traditional Polish folk art

This adult group meets on the first Friday each month, we cut various types of designs, tree of life, roosters, flowers and circles.

$10pp includes a cuppa. A warm welcome awaits you

New members are welcome any time as we work at our own pace, materials and designs provided. Coming for the first time? Please ring me.

Polish decorative paper cut-outs belong to the most beautiful in the world. Traditionally they were made by hand, without drawing the design first, cutting out using sheep-sheering scissors.

  • New members can watch a short presentation
  • Designs based on the Lowicz and Kurpie regions of Poland
  • Beginners workshop is also available throughout the year, gather your group together and make a booking, a date and time to suit you.
  • Ideal class for children’s birthday parties too! 8 years plus, can be available on some Saturdays

For enquiries  and bookings please phone 533 3530 or email us.

Museum hours Tue to Fri 10-4 and Sun 12-5

Jul
17
Wed
‘Teacher only Session’ for 2019 bookings
Jul 17 @ 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Picture1Artwork by Lindy Fisher

Teacher Only Session for information about the PHTM in-house 1 hour lesson

In house lesson: Identity/Migration: Polish children arrive in 1944

You are warmly invited to a Teacher Only Session for the Learning Outside The Classroom, PHTM educational programme called Stefania For Schools based on the book Stefania’s Dancing Slippers by Jennifer Beck and illustrated by Lindy Fisher.

Primary / Intermediate teachers and home educators are invited to visit the Polish Museum for a presentation, in preparation for student visits in 2018 . Experience the ‘Stefania for Schools’ lesson called Identity/Migration: Polish children arrive in 1944 with slideshow, objects and artworks, linked to the NZ school curriculum.

These free sessions are also available on request at times and dates for your school team.

For bookings/enquiries and alternative dates email phtmuseum@outlook.com or phone Lynette, PHTM Education Officer, on 533 3530.

This programmes is age appropriate from Years 3-8, age group 7-13 years old

PHTM building and flag imageMuseum building

 

Oct
9
Wed
Friday Paper Cutters: Adult Wycinanki on Wednesday afternoon
Oct 9 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

P1110519

Come try something new and create with paper and scissors.

Wycinanki or cut-outs is a traditional Polish folk art

This adult group usually meets on the first Friday each month, we cut various types of designs, tree of life, roosters, flowers and circles.

$10pp includes a cuppa. A warm welcome awaits you

New members are welcome any time as we work at our own pace, materials and designs provided. Coming for the first time? Please ring me.

Polish decorative paper cut-outs belong to the most beautiful in the world. Traditionally they were made by hand, without drawing the design first, cutting out using sheep-sheering scissors.

  • New members can watch a short presentation
  • Designs based on the Lowicz and Kurpie regions of Poland
  • Beginners workshop is also available throughout the year, gather your group together and make a booking, a date and time to suit you.
  • Ideal class for children’s birthday parties too! 8 years plus, can be available on some Saturdays

For enquiries  and bookings please phone 533 3530 or email us.

Museum hours Tue to Fri 10-4 and Sun 12-5

Oct
10
Thu
‘Teacher only Session’ for 2019/20 bookings
Oct 10 @ 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Picture1Artwork by Lindy Fisher c

Teacher Only Session for information about the PHTM in-house 1 hour lesson

In house lesson: Identity/Migration: Polish children arrive in 1944

You are warmly invited to a Teacher Only Session for the Learning Outside The Classroom, PHTM educational programme called Stefania For Schools based on the book Stefania’s Dancing Slippers by Jennifer Beck and illustrated by Lindy Fisher.

Primary / Intermediate teachers and home educators are invited to visit the Polish Museum for a presentation, in preparation for student visits in 2018 . Experience the ‘Stefania for Schools’ lesson called Identity/Migration: Polish children arrive in 1944 with slideshow, objects and artworks, linked to the NZ school curriculum.

These free sessions are also available on request at times and dates for your school team.

For bookings / enquiries and alternative dates email phtmuseum@outlook.com or phone Lynette, PHTM Education Officer, on 533 3530.

This programme is age appropriate from Years 3-8, age group 7-13 years old

PHTM building and flag imageMuseum building

 

Dec
6
Fri
new date to be confirmed Friday Paper Cutters: Adult Wycinanki workshop
Dec 6 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

P1110519

Come try something new and create with paper and scissors.

Wycinanki or cut-outs is a traditional Polish folk art

This adult group usually meets on the first Friday each month, we cut various types of designs, tree of life, roosters, flowers and circles.

$10pp. A warm welcome awaits you

New members are welcome any time as we work at our own pace, materials and designs provided. Coming for the first time? Please ring me.

Polish decorative paper cut-outs belong to the most beautiful in the world. Traditionally they were made by hand, without drawing the design first, cutting out using sheep-sheering scissors.

  • New members can watch a short presentation
  • Designs based on the Lowicz and Kurpie regions of Poland
  • Beginners workshop is also available throughout the year, gather your group together and make a booking, a date and time to suit you.
  • Ideal class for children’s birthday parties too! 8 years plus, can be available on some Saturdays

For enquiries  and bookings please phone 533 3530 or email us.

Museum hours Tue to Fri 10-4 and Sun 12-5

Dec
17
Tue
‘Teacher only Session’ for 2020 bookings
Dec 17 @ 3:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Picture1Artwork by Lindy Fisher c

Teacher Only Session for information about the PHTM in-house 1 hour lesson

In house lesson: Identity/Migration: Polish children arrive in 1944

You are warmly invited to a Teacher Only Session for the Learning Outside The Classroom, PHTM educational programme called Stefania For Schools based on the book Stefania’s Dancing Slippers by Jennifer Beck and illustrated by Lindy Fisher.

Primary / Intermediate teachers and home educators are invited to visit the Polish Museum for a presentation, in preparation for student visits in 2018 . Experience the ‘Stefania for Schools’ lesson called Identity/Migration: Polish children arrive in 1944 with slideshow, objects and artworks, linked to the NZ school curriculum.

These free sessions are also available on request at times and dates for your school team.

For bookings / enquiries and alternative dates email phtmuseum@outlook.com or phone Lynette, PHTM Education Officer, on 533 3530.

This programme is age appropriate from Years 3-8, age group 7-13 years old

PHTM building and flag imageMuseum building