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 […]
We’re experimenting with a new way to get together and talk about family history – a forum. Our new forum can be accessed through the ‘forum’ tab on the menu at the top of our page. Perhaps you might like to join us………….
At an extraordinary committee meeting last night we reluctantly decided to close the Lorraine Taylor Research Room immediately until the 30th April 2020, possibly longer. We cannot risk the health and safety of our fabulous volunteers and we cannot envisage a way to continue to deliver services in the Research […]
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 […]