12:06pm 21st September 2017
- 500 Days: Churchill Park
- 500 Days is focused on the creative aspects of Christchurch. It incorporates poetry and messages submitted by everyday Cantabrians. The messages and poetry have been recorded on 500 bricks, which have laid a pathway pointing in the direction of the February 22nd earthquake epicentre.
- St Luke's Labyrinth Opening, 28 July 2012
- The parish decided to construct an outdoor labyrinth on the St Luke's land using masonry recovered from the demolished building. Two clubs from the University of Canterbury, the Student Volunteer Army (SVA) and Entré, helped create it.
- Street Football Opening, 28 July 2012
- Street Football was built by 33 volunteers on 28 July 2012 at 222 St Asaph St (AKA Dance-O-Mat gap).
- Release of Christchurch Central Recovery Plan
- Date of the release of the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan by the Christchurch Central Development Unit. Also known as the Blueprint, and as the 100-day Plan.
- CCDU 100-day plan release
- CCDU 100-day plan was released to the public on 30 July 2012. The Christchurch Central Recovery Plan (CCRP) outlines the future development of central Christchurch. It incorporates a spatial Blueprint Plan developed by a professional consortium working with the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority's Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU) over a 100 day period.
- TEDxEQCHCH, 1 September 2012
- TEDx Christchurch was held on 1 September 2012 from 9:00am - 6:00pm.
- Magna Carta Christchurch:The Great Paper Model Exhibition
- A workshop that allowed people to build your own model buildings and add to a three-dimensional, physical model of Christchurch city. The event was held 2-3 September 2012.
- 100 Days to Rebuild Democracy Protest, 19 September 2012
- An ongoing community effort to bring together all the small and spontaneous groups collecting petitions and organising events to bring back democracy in Canterbury in 100 days.