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The Clyde River and Batemans Bay Historical Society is an incorporated volunteer organisation, formed on 25 July 1977. The Society, through the Museum, is the storehouse of our community's history. The Society is recognised as a key community cultural resource and visitor attraction through development, maintenance and promotion of the Old Courthouse Museum and its Collections. Membership The Society welcomes all levels of skill and life experience. They offer a range of projects and activities including photography, administration, exhibition building, day to day maintenance, publications and fund-raising - not forgetting an interest in promoting local history! They offer regular social activities, training opportunities, and a bi-monthly newsletter. More information HERE DIARY DATES National Science Week Activity: Brain Food Edible Science August 9 Museum Forecourt National Science Week Activity: SCInema Free Film ‘Understorey’ Forest Environment And Floor Talk by Mike Thompson August 15 at 10:30 am Museum Meeting Room National Science Week Activity: SCInema Free Films on Botany/Time/Space August 16 at 10:30 am, 2:00 pm Museum Meeting Room Shackleton: Escape from Antarctica Travelling Exhibition10 September - 10 October
IN THE LATEST ISSUE OF PASTIMES (CLICK HERE) National Science Week Short Film Festival at the Museum: See Page 2 ▪ Heritage News – updates ▪ FAB additions to our Costume Collection ▪ Annetts’ Valve Radio ▪ The ‘Bluey’ and Akubra ▪ Around the Museum ▪ Grants and Grimaces ▪ Fundraising Update If you enjoy the LATEST Newsletter then sign up and become a member of this terrific organisation to keep up to date with all that is going on. Newsletter ARCHIVES: This page contains copies of the Museum's Newsletters from Issue 8 onwards (November/December 2012). To open a particular issue, simply click on the relevant button. You can then save it to your local drive and print.