Christmas Break-up – to be held on Tuesday 28th November. Time and place to be advised.
Horse racing and the Melbourne Cup are big news at this time of year, so our newsletter this month remembers Horses and the part they played in the beginnings of Red Cliffs.
To view and read, click on this link Newsletter November 2017.compressed
Our Grand Old Lady, Big Lizzie arrived in the area 100 years ago, so we have devoted our newsletter this month to her. The genius of Frank Bottrill in creating and constructing her, was honoured with a plaque by Enginnering Heritage Australia this month.
See our newsletter here for more information: Newsletter October 2017.compressed
Come along to our next Open Day, 11am-1pm, Sunday Nov. 5th (Red Cliffs Market Day) and have a look around the Museum.
Displays on the theme “Settler takes a Wife… Remembering Family Life”.
Cost: $2 per adult, children free.
With Spring bringing new life into our district, New Beginnings is the theme of this month’s newsletter. Besides reading about the new start our early settlers made, take a look at where we can be involved in beginning a new project in our community
Read the newsletter here: Newsletter September 2017.
Shopping Day was always important in the life of families. It is the theme for our newsletter this month, and includes memories of the corner stores that operated around the Red Cliffs area.
To upload go to: Newsletter August 2017
“Glam & Glitter” and the social life of Red Cliffs is covered by our newsletter in July. Enjoy reading how the early settlers celebrated and created their own entertainment and viewing a few of the images we have in our collection.
Download this issue here: Newspaper History July