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August 2019

Date August 7 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location Doveton Library

Branching Out at Doveton Library

To celebrate Family History Month join members of the Narre Warren & District Family History Group and the Local History Librarian, Heather Arnold, for a morning of family and local history. Ask us a question about your family history or local history. We also want to collect information and images, so come along and tell us what you know about your area from the past. If you want to share your photos, we can scan them on the spot and…

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Date August 12 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location Endeavour Hills Library

Branching Out at Endeavour Hills Library

We’re celebrating National Family History Month with our Local History Librarian at each of the Casey Cardinia Libraries. Join members of the Narre Warren & District Family History Group and Heather Arnold, for a morning of family and local history. Ask us a question about your family history or local history. We also want to collect information and images, so come along and tell us what you know about your area from the past. If you want to share your…

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Date August 14 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location Emerald Library

Branching out at Emerald Library

It’s National Family History Month and today we’re celebrating at Emerald Library. We’re at Emerald Library together with Heather Arnold, the Local History Librarian at Casey Cardinia Libraries. We’re happy to answer your family history queries, help you with your family history and talk local history too. We’ll have a computer and scanner with us so we can copy your photos and documents and share those copies with you and others (with your permission) in our Research Room and Archives.…

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Date August 17 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location Cranbourne Complex Meeting Room via Casey Radio Entrance
$3

August general meeting (AGM)

We’re thrilled to welcome Melbourne writer and historian Carol Rosenhain to our Annual General Meeting to tell us about James Malcolm Lean. From Big Sky Publishing’s website: ‘I do feel the loss of my two boys, they was my all …’ wrote grieving father Ernest Watts following the death of his two sons. Like thousands of Australians during World War I, Ernest Watts received his tragic news through the office known as ‘Base Records’. This letter was just one in…

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