Welcome to the 2019 program for ‘Her Voice’ The Weaving House 2019
All tickets for ‘Her Voice’ are available through EventFinda ~ click this link ~
& tickets for the Saturday night show with The Fan Brigade & company are available through ~ this link ~
Please find full biographies of each of our 2019 speakers on this website with ~ this link ~
Day 1 ~ Friday 12th April
Please note: there will be an opportunity to ask questions to the speakers at the end of each session.
7.30 Free Yoga session ~ Armstrong Room Lake Wānaka Centre
Series One ~ 10.00am to 12 noon
Convention opens with a greeting and opening words by Alexa Forbes ~ Councillor with The Queenstown Lakes District Council.
Guest speakers ~ Lisa Lawrence ~ Lillian Tahuri ~ Tamatha Paul
Guest Poet ~ Laura Williamson
Lunch Break 12 to 1.30pm.
Series Two 1.30 – 3.30pm
Guest speakers ~ Kayla Stewart, Emma McInnes, Reetah Mitchell & Traci Houpapa
Break ~ 3.30 – 4.30.
Series Three 4.30 – 6.30pm
Guest speakers ~ Rachel Froggatt, Heather Henare, Saunoamaali’i Karanina Sumeo & Marilyn Waring
Day 2 ~ Saturday 13th April
7.30am Free yoga session ~ Armstrong Room lake Wānaka Centre
From 9am ~ Women’s market stalls in front of the Lake Wānaka Centre ~ weather permitted.
Series 4 ~ 10.00am to 12 noon.
Guest speakers ~ Julia Anne Genter, Juliet Gerrard, Michelle Duff & Terry Bellamak.
Lunch Break 12noon to 1.30pm
Series 5 ~ 1.30 to 3pm
~ Making Ripples ~ organisations up to good.
Further speakers to be announced for this session.
Opened by Sarah Trotman.
Sukhi Turner ~ Wānaka House.
Anna van Riel ~ Plastic bag free Wanaka
Suze Cruse ~ Teacher Empowerment.
Dellwyn Stuart ~ YWCA Auckland CEO
Beck Parnham ~ Social Enterprise ~ Fashion goodness from Cambodia to Canterbury.
Break 3 to 4pm
Series 6 ~ Panel Discussion 4 to 5.45pm
Facilitaed by Alexa Forbes ~ with Julie Anne Genter, Heather Henare, Traci Houpapa & Tamatha Paul.
Show ~ The Fan Brigade & company ~ 7.30pm to 9.30pm
This Saturday show is all about having fun, being entertained, being in good company and raising funds for local Domestic and Sexual Violence services.
From 7.30 be entertained & delighted with our skilful, playful local women as they sing, dance, play and give words for inspiration. We’ve song birds to sooth the soul, spoken word from local poet and author Lis Breslin and words to light the embers of female sexuality from Nina Powell.
There will be a short interval ~ before an hour long journey with The Fan Brigade and their show ~ Feminazi Bitches ~
Art work of The Weaving House produced by Sarah Aslin