Mardi Gras Mayhem brings back the memories

The Moruya and District Historical Society presents the Photographic exhibition: Mardi Gras Mayhem, a tribute to the colourful characters and vivacious community spirit of the Moruya Mardi Gras 1960s and 1970s. Pop into the museum in Campbell Street, Moruya this week.

Moruya brothers Michel and John Nader were involved in getting Mardi Gras going in Moruya in the late 1950s and 60s. 📷 by Ben Marden Photography

Lois Macauley did a Lady Godiva run on her horse, which is in the picture behind her right shoulder. 📷 by Ben Marden Photography

📷 by Ben Marden Photography

The exhibition is a must see for all who have a love of Moruya history

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