'ODT' exhibition opens

Waihemo museum chairman Allan Matchett and guest speaker Waihemo Community Board chairman Rod...
Waihemo museum chairman Allan Matchett and guest speaker Waihemo Community Board chairman Rod Philip. Photo by Bill Campbell.
An exhibition of the "Focal Point" photographs marking the first 150 years of the Otago Daily Times was opened at the Waihemo museum, Palmerston, by Waihemo Community Board chairman Rod Philip on Friday.

Of the 150 photographs selected for the exhibition, 51 are on display at the Waihemo Museum.

Situated in the Palmerston town centre, the museum is open in the mornings when the Seasider train travels to Palmerston and every afternoon, except Sundays, from 12.30pm-3.30pm.

The "Focal Point" exhibition has been shown in Dunedin and other towns around Otago. It closes in Palmerston at the end of November.

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