Royals visit Rotorua
Hi everyone. I hope you are all well and have had a fantastic week.
It was certainly an exciting one with the royal visit, wasn’t it?
So many people turned out to the Government Gardens to see the royal couple, Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.
I hope they enjoyed their time here and had a great time checking out just a few of the things that make Rotorua special.
Were you one of the many who lined the Government Gardens to see them?
This week I also learned about the Brave Hearts exhibition which will soon be in Rotorua.
It is a great way to celebrate pioneering Kiwi heart clinicians and their brave patients.
The exhibition is an interactive one, allowing people to pump the heart and showing the blood circulating around the body.
As someone who cannot stand blood and shuddered just writing out that sentence, it feels like it is not an exhibition for the faint-hearted.
It has also been great finding out about some of the things available to commemorate and learn more about Armistice Day here in Rotorua.
The Rotorua Library is such a valuable source of local history, so it is awesome that staff from the library will be holding an Armistice Dayrelated presentation.
There are plenty of things planned to help people commemorate this important part of our history, so make sure you check out tomorrow’s Rotorua Daily Post paper or the website for more information on things which will be taking place in the city.
Don’t forget to keep those thumbs ups and downs and reader’s photos rolling in so we can share what is happening in the community. Take care, until next time. P.S I have just realised, no pun intended with the fainthearted comment . . . !
The Brave Hearts exhibition will be in Rotorua.