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Workshop Program 22 April – Expressing and Preserving Your Story

Our exciting workshop program has been finalised for our Open Day – Expressing and Preserving Your Story on 22 April 10-4 as part of the regional Heritage Festival. Come along and spread the word!Flyer for Open Day 22 April 2017 copy

Open Day – 22 April 2017 – Expressing & Preserving Your Story

Come along to our Queanbeyan Museum Open Day on 22 April! Workshops on Oral History, Scrapbooking, Researching, Writing, Poetry, Looking After Your Collection will take place between 10- 4. QPRC Annual Heritage Awards at 12 noon.

Open Day Flyer

What a Fabulous Queanbeyan Heritage Festival 2013!

Hi all. We will be adding new information over the next few months. It is fitting that the first post should be about our fabulous Heritage Festival held in April this year. On April 12 we launched both the Festival and the Museum’s special exhibition for Queanbeyan’s 175th celebrations: The Way We Wore – 130 years of Wedding Dresses from our collection and borrowed from the local community. On 19th April we launched a new exhibition curated by CIT Museum Studies students: From Flyscreens to Electricity – Hessian to Ice. Two Time Traveller’s bus tours of Queanbeyan were conducted with delicious Devonshire Tea provided at the Museum. A Pub Crawl With Poetry Shot was organised by the Local Studies at Queanbeyan City Library. This began at the Museum with a talk about our local pubs by our Curator. We held an Open Day at the Museum to launch Queanbeyan’s LIving History – our Oral History project for Queanbeyan’s 175th Birthday Celebrations.