Guest Speaker Steve Cunneen will talk about New South Wales in 1818. This is a free event, all welcome, members and guests. Our meeting will start at 7.30pm.
This month local historian Gordon Holding will talk about crime and punishment in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Starts at 7.30pm at Calala Cottage Museum. It is FREE. Come and enjoy the talk and the delicious supper. Members and guests are very welcome.
Following the next General Meeting, we will listen to a selection of recordings from the Jim Hobden collection. All welcome, members and guests, free entry, supper to follow.
John Atchison from Armidale will give a talk on the AA Company, Tamworth and Closer Settlement. Prior to his talk we will have the monthly general meeting, starting at 7.30pm. A delicious supper will be served following the talk. FREE. All welcome - members, guests and interested members of the community. You do not have [...]
Join us at the general meeting which will be followed by a talk presented by Melinda Gill, on the history of Calala Cottage. Meeting starts at 7.30pm, with the talk and a delicious supper to follow. We are usually tucking into the supper well before 9pm. All welcome. FREE for members and visitors.
Brian Sullivan joins us again tonight to talk about one of Australia's favourite tunes, 'Waltzing Matilda'. Meeting starts at 7.30pm. Enjoy a delicious supper after Brian's talk. All welcome, members and non-members. Absolutely free.
Steve Cunneen will be the guest speaker at our June meeting. Join us for a look at the rule of law in the Colony of New South Wales. All welcome. Supper will be served. Free. (Image - Tamworth Court House, Darling Street Tamworth NSW)
At the general meeting on May 17, our guest speaker is Rod Hobbs who will give an insight into his school days. Supper will follow his talk, all welcome.
Image Embarkation Parade 12th Light Horse Regiment Led by Major R E Hyman D.S.O. Guest Speaker, Brian Sullivan, will talk about the roles played by General Harry Chauvel and Major Eric Hyman, DSO, in the Charge of Beersheba, which took place almost 100 years ago on 31st October 1917. Major Hyman was born in Tamworth. [...]