Join us on Friday 2nd February for our first meeting of 2024. We will hear about the events planned for the year ahead and be treated to an oral history video presentation of Redcliffe legend, Sharon Alback.
Sharon Alback is the principal of Sharon Alback Dance Centre and has been teaching dance in Redcliffe since 1954. Sharon’s mother, a dance pianist and Sylvia Curry started the Sylvena School of Dancing (now Sharon Alback Dance Centre) in 1952, and in 1957 Sharon, who had been teaching at the school took over. Since then she has taught dance to generations of dancers on the peninsula.
Come along on Friday and hear Sharon’s story, meet new friends and old and have a cuppa with us!
Do you remember World Expo ’88? How about the incredible landscaping?
Our guest speaker for today’s meeting (2pm at the Redcliffe Library Meeting Room) is Lawrie Smith AM who was the Landscape Director for Expo ’88. Come along today and hear Lawrie talk about his recollections of Redcliffe and his involvement with the iconic and memorable Expo ’88.
Well, it’s been a busy time for us at History Redcliffe…what with the Sands of Time Conference we had going on and all! A resounding success, by the way. Anyway, we’re getting back to business as usual and it looks like the first Friday of the month will actually be this week. That sure crept up on us!
Join us this Friday to hear author, Vivien Harris, speak about her book Cribb Island: new perspectives and old stories. You can find us in the Redcliffe Library Meeting Room from 2pm.
Join us at 2pm on Friday 7th October for our monthly meeting. Our guest speaker is documentary film-maker John Westwood. John will be talking about his movie, Beyond the Bridge, which presents the story of the Hornibrook Bridge.
Please note that the movie will not be screened during the meeting due to time constraints. We recommend watching the movie prior to the meeting. Click here to view the movie on YouTube or head to our events page to view it there.
The Management Committee of History Redcliffe (Redcliffe Historical Society Inc.) invites you to join us at the Annual General Meeting to be held at Redcliffe Library Meeting Room on Friday 5th August 2022.
During the meeting we will be screening Redcliffe Mullet Fishing narrated by the late Jim Finlay.
After the AGM, afternoon tea will be served. All financial members are entitled to vote for the nominated committee candidates to be appointed to the 2022/23 History Redcliffe Management Committee.
To join us and become a financial member of History Redcliffe, please head over to our Membership page and download the membership form today!
Yes, June is just next week and that means it’s almost time for our next History Redcliffe gathering.
Join us on Friday 3rd June (the first Friday) at 2pm in the Redcliffe Library meeting room where we will gather to hear our guest speaker, Joan Baker-Winn.
Joan Baker-Winn is one of the 5th of 8 generations of the Winn Family to call Pine Rivers District home. Her interest in Family History gave her the impetus to delve into the History of the local area.
She has been a member of North Pine History Society for 15+ years and is currently Treasurer. Volunteering at North Pine Heritage Museum has been a weekly past time for the same number of years…… minus Covid, of course. One could say Joan has History running through her veins!
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!