Tomorrow’s rescheduled Not So Spooky Cemetery walk has been postponed indefinitely until such time as the weather is more favourable to the event. Those who have booked should already have received notification of this postponement.
Regarding our Annual Trivia Night which was scheduled for 4th June, we have decided to cancel this event. We are disappointed but we are throwing all our energies into a fantastic event later in the year. The Sands of Time Local and Family History Conference will be a must do on the calendar for anyone interested in local and family history. So, while we are sad that the trivia night isn’t going ahead, there’s so much to look forward to with the conference.
Don’t miss out on History Redcliffe’s Annual Trivia Night on Saturday 4th June at 7pm in the Redcliffe Senior Citizens Centre. Previous years’ trivia nights have been an absolute hit and this year will be no different.
The dress theme is “Bollywood”.
Gather your team and book a table now!
Contact Janet (0490 091 127) or Pat (0411 547 004) for bookings.
It’s hard to believe that March is almost over and April begins at the end of this week! As it’s the first Friday of the month, that means it’s the day of our next monthly meeting. Join us to hear guest speaker, Paul Circosta, tell us the story of his book Vanishing Footprints.
The meeting will be at the Redcliffe Library meeting rooms at 2pm. Stay for a cuppa and and chat and maybe even make some new friends!
Speaking of events, have you checked out our other upcoming events? Check out the Events page for more info. While you’re there, why not book in for the Not So Spooky Cemetery Tour!
Today marks the 55th Anniversary of the very first meeting of the Redcliffe Historical Society.
In 1967 when very few Queensland cities and towns had their own historical museums, there was at Redcliffe a group of people who realised the importance of our unique history and the need of recording it. Early that year a delegation comprising Alderman G. Mavor, Mrs W. Hatherell (Marie) and Mr and Mrs J.T. Houghton met at Newstead House with two officers of the ‘Royal Queensland Historical Society’. These folk buoyed by the encouragement they received, placed an advertisement in the Redcliffe Herald on 8 February 1967 stating that a public meeting would be held at the Redcliffe City Council Chambers at 8pm on Thursday 23 February to discuss the formation of an Historical Society. Twenty-four interested people attended that meeting.
Since then, the Redcliffe Historical Society has grown and adapted but always stayed committed to preserving and promoting Redcliffe’s history. Now known as History Redcliffe, we will continue to uphold the importance of our local history.
In light of the current interest in the Suttons Beach Pavilion, our esteemed history Redcliffe member Pat Gee has written a new feature story on the history of the pavilion. You can check it out here along with the archive of previous feature stories.
Tell us your memories of visiting Suttons Beach and of this iconic Redcliffe landmark.