The Belmont Museum presents a celebration of motherhood over many generations. Through oral histories, photos, stories and artefacts, discover the highs and lows of parenting through the ages. How did women discover and express their own voice as mothers during times of social change and upheaval?
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Bring your tiny tot to the Ruth Faulkner Public Library to discover the wonderful, wild world of motherhood past and present through stories, songs, dress-ups and crafts.
Attend an ANZAC ceremony at the home of one of the first European families to settle in the Swan River Colony. A grandson of the original colonists died on the Western Front. As the sun goes down the community will remember him and all ANZACs who have served in conflicts and peace keeping operations.
Bring the family and come and join in the fun. Take a tour. Play a game. Stitch a sampler. Come to an open day giving voices to children – those who lived in the house and those who visit today.
Check out the contemporary interpretation at this enchanting property. Peninsula Farm was one of the first farms in the Swan River Colony and today offers a tranquil experience where you can enjoy a meal on the banks of the Swan River.
The historic Canning Town Hall was once used as the local picture theatre. Enjoy two nights of vintage 16mm films that will relive the old days with a newsreel, cartoon, footage from the 1950s and comedy.
Do you have family stories that have been handed down through the generations? Come and listen to some amazing tales from members of the Western Australian Genealogical Society. Then hear how you can start writing your own family stories.
Enjoy a day of free family fun while getting to know this remarkable natural heritage site - the last functioning wetland that drains directly into the Swan River.
Come and hear a few of the thousands of stories behind the headstones at East Perth Cemeteries.
A handful of bright red cast iron letterboxes can still be found in Perth bearing the name J & E Ledger. A descendant has researched the family that established the foundry and tracked down remaining pillar boxes. But why is the talk in East Perth Cemeteries? Come and find out the connection.
Come on a free bus tour to various historic sites in Canning.
Come to a series of events highlighting the architectural heritage of Royal Perth Hospital and the surrounding heritage precinct.
Enjoy an afternoon of joyous singing and festivity as one of Perth's best loved choirs, The Spirit of the Streets, celebrates it's first decade of spreading social inclusion and singing for health. Join the choir and their musical friends to launch their birthday book of life on the edge.
The conference format offers parallel streams focusing on heritage conservation and development, historical research, cultural and heritage tourism, collections management, interpretation and related disciplines. Connections, intersections and common causes will be discussed.
When commemorations of war occur, images of soldiers spring to mind, men in uniforms. But what about the women? How have women been commemorated for their contributions? South Perth Library presents a series of events that recognise and honour the war efforts of women.