We are open Monday to Saturday from 11 am to 2 pm by appointment. If we have no bookings for a session no one will be in attendance in the Research Room on that day. Details for April to June openings: Covid-19 Research Room procedures • The Lorraine Taylor Research […]
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We are open Monday to Saturday from 11 am to 2 pm by appointment. Appointments or bookings can be made on Eventbrite. If we have no bookings for a session no one will be in attendance in the Research Room on that day. Details for March openings: We will be […]
After some long and careful consideration of a wide range of issues we have decided to reopen the Lorraine Taylor Research Room on Tuesday 1st February and see how we go. The health and safety of our Research Room volunteers, members and visitors is of the upmost importance to us, […]
We’re happy to say that from Saturday 1st May, we’re returning to normal hours. We’ll be open on Tuesday and Saturday from 11 am to 3 pm with two volunteers on duty – and you may enter from the Cranbourne Library entrance as well as the radio station entrance.
We are scheduled to reopen the Research Room on Tuesday 2 March. The room will initially be opened to two members or visitors with a committee member working as our duty person. We will be offering two sessions per day with a short interval in between for cleaning. In order […]
We are again closed to members and the public as the admin building will be closed from 8 July 2020. But, as always, you can contact us by email, Facebook or phone ……..Stay safe everyone.
We’re excited to advise that the admin building at Cranbourne East was reopened by the City of Casey on 2 July 2020. This means that we are able to access the Research Room once again. The committee have thought long and hard about what services we’re prepared to offer to […]
A number of members have indexed local history material over the years for us. Our amazing Casey Cardinia Coordinator has amalgamated these indexes into our Casey Cardinia Combined Index. The index currently has 161 indexed resources, it’s mainly books, but there’s a few magazines and fiche scattered among the books […]
We participate in newsletter exchanges with a number of family history groups and historical societies. Most of which come in by email these days. Those newsletters are still coming in for the moment, however, we realise your access to them is on hold while the Research Room is closed. Members […]