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Reminiscence Boxes The Museum would like to announce the delivery of six new themed Reminiscence Boxes. These are a free resource available to loan for reminiscence work in aged care, or simply just to be enjoyed by community groups, retirement villages or anybody who would like to take a trip down memory lane.
People and Place Explore the many fascinating layers of history to be found in Fitzmaurice and Baylis Streets with recorded memories, photographs and objects relating to the businesses and people who have made their lives there.
Hartwig Family From barbed wire to boundary fences Education Resources NOW AVAILABLE
He Belonged to Wagga When war was declared in Europe on 4 August 1914, the men of Wagga Wagga answered the call to arms.
The Sauntering Emu logo The Sauntering Emu and other stories - Life with the Birds of the Riverina On exhibition now at the Museum's Botanic Gardens site.
Family History Photobooks Join historian Jane Kelso at a free workshop to share the tricks of the trade on how to trace convict ancestry and interpret historical records. Using examples from the Hyde Park Barracks in Sydney, Jane will uncover the convict world and invite you to share some of your stories. Libby Jeffrey from Momento will also be on hand to teach you how to design and order your own unique family history photobook.
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Faith Fashion Fusion Australian Muslim women dress in diverse styles and are increasingly choosing to engage with global fashion trends while also expressing their faith.