We’re now operating as usual – Tuesdays and Saturdays 11 am to 3 pm.
Writing the War Exhibition At the Cranbourne Library from October 26 2017 to December 7 2017. Venue for all the activities is the Cranbourne Library. =============== Thursday November 2 at 11.00am. Michael Madden – Australian Victorian Cross recipients Michael Madden is a multi-award winning writer and will talk about his […]
Our Research Room Manager and I.T. Officer have informed us that in their humble opinions, we are good to go. Well, good enough to have a go, is what they might have actually said. So, we’re opening the doors from Tuesday 5th September to see how we go. At this […]
Without fanfare or witness our two volunteers, Eileen and Jane closed our Narre Warren Research Room for the very last time at 4 pm today. It would be fair to say that after 25 years at the Narre Warren Library, it’s the end of an era for the family history […]
Just a reminder that now it’s May we have switched to our Winter Timetable. Our Research Room will not be open on Thursday nights until October. From now until the end of September, the Research Room will be open to members and visitors on Sunday afternoons between 2 pm and […]
Please note the change of venue for our April general meeting. This meeting is being held at the Narre Warren Mechanics Institute at 59 Webb Street, Narre Warren. Wednesday 13th April 2016 at 7.30 pm. We apologise for any inconvenience – the May general meeting and those following will be […]
The Research Room will re-open 2 February 2016 at 11 am. Normal summer operating hours apply. Tuesdays and Saturdays 11 am to 3 pm and Thursday nights 7 pm to 9 pm until May.
Just a reminder that we have now switched to our Winter timetable, which means: our Research Room will be open on Sunday afternoons between 2 pm and 4 pm instead of Thursday nights our general meetings will be held on the second Saturday of the month at 2 pm and […]
Whether we know it at the time or not, fate and coincidence often play an important part in our lives, this often comes to light while researching our family histories. On Remembrance Day 2012, this is just one story that illustrates this perfectly. from: The Times – Christchurch, New Zealand […]