The next exhibition at the Newstead Arts Hub is ‘Newstead: Then and Now’ compiled by The Newstead and District Historical Society. This will be a rare and fascinating opportunity to view some of the extensive archives that have been collected by the Society over many years.
Discover what Newstead used to look like compared to what it is like today.
The official opening will be at 5 pm on Saturday 29 October. Don Garden President of Royal Historical Society of Victoria will speak on the role of historical societies in our community. All welcome.
Opening times 10.00 am – 4.00 pm on:
Saturday 29 October, Sunday 30 October, Monday 31 October
Tuesday 1 November, Saturday 5 November, Sunday 6 November
Another highlight during the exhibition will be historical walks, both around the east of town and the west. They will be led by Derek Reid in the East and Ray Stevenson in the West. Participants will feast on stories explaining the development of our town and anecdotes that will tickle the imagination. The eastern walks will go from the Court House departing 10.30 am and the western from the railway station departing at 1.30 pm.
Booklets of the exhibition will be on sale.
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Sounds as though it should not be missed.We will try to be there