'Travels with Mary' features a stunning collection of original Art Deco travel posters from the 1930s and 40s, on display alongside other memorabilia from Mary White's overseas travels.
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Sketching from Nature with Faye Wilson
Learn new skills and hear stories of local history, botany, geology and culture in a series of half and full-day sketching workshops. Faye Wilson will you through the various techniques and methods you will need to capture the raw, natural beauty of Everglades House & Gardens.
Sharing Stories: the Australian History Industry
Our speaker, Dr Paul Ashton, will be sharing his stories about the Australian history industry. Started by small groups of antiquarians and novelists, Australians legitimately participate in history in myriad ways. Local, community, indigenous and family historians now investigate the past.
Moment In Time Exhibition
The Moment in Time Exhibition captures a snapshot of the history of the Hartley Valley. The First Nation People who called it home, the explorers, the road makers and then some of the early settlers are all part of the story it tells.
Norman Lindsay’s Legacy
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Norman Lindsay Gallery with a visit to our special exhibition featuring an array of fine works loaned from public and private collections.
Blue Mountains History Conference 2023
Uncover stories of the railways in world-heritage listed Blue Mountains at the 2023 Blue Mountains History Conference.
Textiles of Lithgow: Handmade to Factory Industry
To celebrate the Shared Stories theme of this year’s National Trust Heritage Festival, Eskbank House Museum has developed an exhibition of textile related collection objects including samplers and embroidery, underwear and handbags, blankets and quilts, tools and machinery.
Open Day: Western Sydney Records Centre
Discover the largest collection of records relating to the history of NSW in our Open Day: Western Sydney Records Centre, housing the State Archives Collection. Come see the collections close up, hear from experts on a range of fascinating topics, take a behind-the-scenes tour and more.
Richmond before the 1850s
Led by Conservation Architect Graham Edds and Hawkesbury Historian Jan Barkley-Jack, this tour takes you to some of Richmond's most unique pre-1850s cottages and churches to uncover their stories.
Pansy Line Tour – The Richmond to Kurrajong Railway
The Richmond to Kurrajong Railway operated from 1926 to 1952. The locals called it the Pansy Line.
We take a coach tour, with multiple stops, to explore the remnants of the line that are still visible. Many of the remnants are on private property that is not normally accessible.
A Glimpse at the Wollondilly Community
"A Glimpse of the Wollondilly Community" will profile stories of people, pioneers and places that showcase the Wollondilly Area. There will be stories from the original inhabitants of Burragorang Valley to the pioneers that came later.
Tracing ancestors: connecting cultures workshop
Learn about the resources that can be used to trace your Indigenous family history.
Camden Library Services wants to tell the tales of people and places in Camden sharing stories from the past and offering visitors the chance to tell their own stories for future generations. This includes a photo display, online exhibition, oral history project and children's activities.