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Enjoy our photo exhibition, online and in the library, plus interactive jigsaws and online preschool story time.
The past and future come together in our exciting video of local youth and seniors. Discover their thoughts about their town's history and where it is heading. In addition, we are showcasing Campbelltown Library's unique and interesting historical treasures.
Three historians will present lectures:
• “Defending Country: remembering the long history of love and war on the Nepean River”: Grace Karskens
• “The Colonial Picturesque: landscapes in early Sydney”: Colleen Morris:
• “Sermons in Stones: houses and buildings in the 1840s”: James Broadbent
Come and celebrate Seniors Week at the Museum of Fire with a special day dedicated to Seniors!
In the 1970's Liverpool was rapidly changing. Ray Hely's photographic skills were recognised by the Council with an initial request to photograph Liverpool City Council’s 1971 celebrations. “…He photographed anything and anyone. Very little in Liverpool escaped his lens.”
A special exhibition focusing on the friendship between artists Margaret Coen and Norman Lindsay. Featuring the beautiful paintings of Margaret Coen and a sampling of letters between her and Lindsay on loan from the SLNSW, which can be regarded as an extended conversation between friends.
This highly interactive workshop introduces participants to the diversity, ecology and curiosities of the Kingdom Fungi, focusing on fungi found at Retford Park and in the surrounding region.
Join us for breakfast and a morning bird walk in the beautiful grounds of Retford Park, led by our resident bird expert, James Luck.
One of the biggest challenges for the future of our natural heritage is arresting the decline in biodiversity due to habitat loss, change in land use and climate change. Making a home for native bees is a great way to start increasing biodiversity in your backyard.
Today Rixons Pass is a no-through-road, yet in the 1850’s it was the Northern Illawarra's first gateway road out to Appin and onto Sydney. Developed by the legendary Tracker Benjamin Rixon, one of the first set of Colony's first Triplets. View our photos of the Pass and its families, learning their stories.
Everglades House & Garden tours. Be guided around the Historic art deco house and marvel at the Paul Sorensen designed Heritage gardens overlooking the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park.
Join us for a special Anzac ceremony laying handmade poppy wreaths and learn the history of local families whose son's went to war. Plus we have a Bugler playing the 'Last Post' and celebrations of the Berkeley Pioneer Cemetery Restoration Group's 35th Anniversary.
A presentation by Wendy and Terry Nunan drawing on the research carried out for their book "West Dapto Catholic Cemetery - The Early Families" and exposing hidden secrets behind the lives of Dapto identities from the past.
Join us for guided walks along Bungoona Path in The Royal National Park to Bungoona Lookout.