Medals to commemorate Polish heroes
Polish Heritage Trust Museum collection

Recognising our heroes with medals: Workshop


AccessibleFamily activitiesEast Auckland
Date

Thursday 11 October, 10am-12 noon

Venue

Polish Heritage Trust Museum

125 Elliot St, Howick

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Cost

Tickets $8

Bookings

Bookings are preferred

Early booking recommended

Contact Museum Staff:

09 533 3530

phtmuseum@outlook.com

Website

polishheritage.co.nz

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Event details

Auckland has a diverse cultural heritage which includes military and civilians recognised with national medals for courage, survival recognition and acknowledgement.

This educational and creative workshop marks 100 years since the end of the First World War, and since Poland regained independence.

  • Find out what links the medals awarded to the Anzac soldiers of the First World War and the Polish children of the Second World War
  • Discover medals... When are medals given? What do they signify to the recipient, and to the families many years later? Whose medals can you wear and when?
  • Watch a presentation and short film clip about the award of the Siberia Cross to one of the Polish 'children' of Pahiatua
  • Design a medal and accompanying booklet, in paper.


Brought to you by Polish Heritage Trust Museum





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