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!
Come and hear our guest speaker, Michael Beck, talk about his adventures in bird watching and other stories at our next monthly meeting. Join us this Friday (1st October) at 2pm in the Redcliffe Library meeting room. Meet new people and have a cuppa. See you then!
Due to the impact of COVID, History Redcliffe has not been able to secure a consistent venue since March 2020. We are pleased to announce that we will be returning to the Redcliffe Library Meeting Room for the next three months (July, August and September).
In order to achieve this, we have changed our meeting schedule so that we will now be meeting on the FIRST Friday of the month.
Please note these new dates:
Friday 2nd July – Michael Beck: Bird watching
Friday 6th August – Annual General Meeting
Friday 3rd September – Selina Clark: Redcliffe Museum
Remember to check here and our Events page for updates for the latest information about dates, venues and speakers.
Join us tomorrow for our June Monthly Meeting. Our guest speaker, Lisa Jones (curator of the Queensland Police Museum), will be speaking on the topic “Policing in Redcliffe”. This long-awaited talk is sure to be an interesting one as Lisa explores how policing has evolved in Redcliffe through the ages.
Curator Lisa Jones has administered the Queensland Police Museum since 1997. She holds a Master of Museum Studies and uses her 35 years of museum experience to manage the QPM collections and exhibitions.
The Queensland Police Museum aspires to be an accessible and valued museum of national standing that collects and explores Queensland’s policing history. We actively document, collect and preserve the rich depth of history that describes policing in this state since 1859. Through our collections and exhibitions, we enhance the public image of the Queensland Police Service and foster pride in its achievements in the wider community. The story we tell also describes today’s innovative, progressive and responsive Queensland Police Service. The Police Museum use its resources, exhibitions and public programs to investigate and compare issues faced by police officers of times past and of today.
Join us at 2pm this Friday 14th May to hear our guest speaker, Ted Flack, on the topic “Perspectives of the “Black War”. Dr Flack is extensively experienced in helping the work in the nonprofit sector and is a dedicated and accomplished family history researcher and writer. Look forward to hearing his research and reflections on this tragic event which occurred in Van Diemen’s Land (1825-1832).
Please note that the venue is WD Surveys (15 Anzac Ave, Redcliffe).