Auckland Heritage Festival.

Auckland Heritage Festival 2014

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The Heritage Festival is an opportunity for everyone, locals and visitors to Auckland, to celebrate and remember our past and discover our heritage. Join us to celebrate the start of the festival with a public open day at Shed 10 on Queens Wharf on Saturday 27 September.

This year's theme 'courage has many resting places' honours the centenary of the start of First World War and our brave men who went to the other side of the world to fight for 'King and Country'.

Heritage walks, talks and tours, special First World War events and exhibitions make up more than 200 events across the Auckland region. This is plenty to keep the whole family happy these school holidays.

The Auckland Heritage Festival 2014 reminds us that we are collectively the best kaitiaki (guardians) and advocates of our own history. It is up to us to protect and conserve our heritage for future generations and help make Auckland the world’s most livable city.

Auckland Council is proud to bring the Auckland Heritage Festival to our communities and play a part in protecting Auckland’s heritage.

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