We invite the community to join in our program of special events.
|Event 2017||Date||General Meeting. At the Museum||February Saturday 11th 2pm||General Meeting. At the Museum.||March Saturday 11th 2pm||SAGE Southeast Harvest Festival. The Historical Society will have a stall at this event. At the Moruya Showground.||April Saturday 1st 9am to 3pm||General Meeting. At the Museum.||April Saturday 8th 2pm||General Meeting. CANCELLED At the Museum.||May Saturday 13th 2pm||River of Art Exhibition. Everything Home Made. |
A celebration of creativity and innovation. The exhibition will showcase objects such as clothing, toys, farm tools and exquisite lace and embroidery. Also featured, and available for purchase, will be relishes, jams and chutneys cooked using recipes from our collection of old handwritten cookbooks.
Official opening 2pm Saturday May 20th. Opening hours during the Festial - Saturday 20th, 11 am-4 pm; Sunday 21st, 11am-4 pm; Wednesday 24th, 11am-1 pm; Friday 26th, 11am-1 pm; Saturday 27th 11am-4 pm.
Entry is by Gold Coin Donation.
Exhibition will continue during normal Museum opening hours until July 29th.
|May Saturday 20th to Saturday 27th||Fund Raising Garage Sale. At 31 South Head Road. |
Furniture, jewellery, clothes, old tools, children's toys and plants. All contributions welcome.
|June Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th||General Meeting. Note changed date At the Museum.||June Saturday 17th 2pm||Ancestry in the Library, a workshop presented by the Genealogy Group.
Bookings are made through the Eurobodalla Shire libraries.
At Narooma Library 4476 1164 Tuesday 20th June from 3pm to 4pm.
At Batemans Bay Library 4472 5850 Thursday 22nd June from 2pm to 3pm.
|June Tuesday 20th June Thursday 22nd June||General Meeting. At the Museum.||July Saturday 8th 2pm||Annual General Meeting. At the Museum.||August Saturday 12th 2pm||Plants, Cakes and Preserves Sales Day. At the Museum.||October Saturday 28th 9am to2pm||General Meeting. Meetings are now held 4 times a year in Febraury, May, August and November, however due to a clash with Rememberance Day Activities the November meeting has been rescheduled to October 25 At the Museum.||October Saturday 25th 12.30pm||History Week Talk after the General MeetingOrder and Disorder: Madness in Penal New South Wales.
Talk by James Dunk. |
Madness was with the Europeans who colonised New South Wales from the start: sailors, convicts, soldiers, and free men and women.
This talk explores the strange ways the Colony dealt with madness: locking up convicts in an open gaol, because they were ill, and confining free colonists in a place where freedom was definitive. It charts the development of lunatic asylums and lunacy law within a climate of suspicion of illness, and the political sensitivity of madness in both convict and free populations. At the Museum.
|October Saturday 25th 2pm||Remembrance Day Activity Tour. Details soon.||November Saturday 11th 11am to 5 pm|
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