EVENTS

We invite the community to join in our program of special events.

Event 2016 Date
General Meeting at the MuseumFebruary Saturday 13th 2pm
The Manse: If these walls could talk. An exhibition featuring wallpapers, newspapers and artefacts found during Peter Freeman's restoration of the Presbyterian Manse, Evans Street, Moruya. At the Museum. March Opening Friday 18th March
General Meeting At the Museum.March Saturday 12th 2pm
Seniors Week Event. Program includes Ancestry in the Library, Oral History Interviewing and Trove and e-resources. Click here for details and Booking Form. At the Museum.April Wedesday 6th 9.30am to 1pm
150 Years Ago at Nerrigundah at Nerrigundah Agricutural Bureau Hall. Peter C. Smith author of "The Clarke Gang - Outlawed, Outcast and Forgotten" will be giving a talk, followed by a slide presentation of the re-enactment 50 years ago.
Prior to this event at 1pm the NSW Police will be having a Flag Ceremony for Officer Miles O'Grady, the police officer shot 150 years ago.
April Saturday 9th 2pm
General Meeting At the Museum.May Saturday 14th 2pm
Price's Cafe Exhibition - Eurobodalla River of Art At the Museum until 7th July.

Price's Cafe is an exhibition that celebrates Moruya's social hub for Aboriginal people in the 1950s and 60s. Inspired by stories told to Aboriginal artist Cheryl Davison and with words by celebrated Australian author and historian Mark McKenna. The exhibition features interviews, archival photographs and a re-created cafe setting.

May Saturday 21st to 7th July
Garage Sale 31 South Head RoadJune Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th 8am to 5pm
General Meeting At the Museum.July Saturday 9th 2pm
Annual General Meeting. Nomination Form At the Museum.August Saturday 13th 2pm
Moruya Exposed Exhibition. Explore the underwear department at Emmott's Beehive Emporium and then visit a World War 1 era Bodello. Garments range from lacy little camisoles and kimonos straight from a hope chest to some of great great grandma's huge mauve 'combinations'. Download Flyer At the Museum.

Guest Speaker Friday 16th at 10am Postponed we will have a guest speaker, Kelly Rowe, a costumer who makes garments from all eras of fashion, she will speak on the history of underwear as part of women's fashions and the construction (and dangers) of some of these garments. Kelly's presentation will be followed by a guided tour of the exhibition in which some of the stories behind the garments will be revealed. The morning will conclude with one of our famous heritage morning teas. Cost: $15 non-members or $10 member

From September Friday 2nd

History Week Speaker.
The theme of History Week 2016 is Neighbours. In her presentation
Dr Jeannine Baker, an historian and documentary maker, will use the example of West Australian broadcaster and feminist Irene Greenwood who launched a new radio program on commercial radio called 'Woman to Woman'. Rather than treating her rural working-class audience as passive listeners Greenwood was determined to make 'a two-way business of broadcasting', and she utilised the power of radio to create an imagined community of women. Greenwood's ability to erase distance made her audience members feel connected, both to her and to the other women who were listening simultaneously. This talk demonstrates the ways that women listeners actively participated in broadcasting, and shaped programme content and style.
Free -
Register now through EVENTBRITE. Venue the Moruya Surf Club.
September Saturday 10th 2pm
General Meeting At the Museum.October Saturday 13th 2pm
Grandparents Day at the Historical Society. Grandparents and their Grandchildren are invited to join the Genealogy Team for a day of researching your family tree and exploring the Moruya Museum together. Download a Brochure. At the Museum.October Sunday 30th 10am to 3pm
General Meeting At the Museum.November Saturday 12th 2pm
Christmas Party At the home of President Rob Lees, Bingi.December Saturday 10th Noon



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