Our theme for 2018 is “Red Cliffs Got Talent” and we will be featuring some of the talent that has links with our town. For the first newsletter of the year we are taking a look at some of the work of our visual artists.
View your copy here: Newsletter Jan Feb 2018.compressed
School’s Out! in December. We dedicated this edition to the Sunnycliffs Primary School as it closed at the end of the 2017 school year.
Access the newsletter here: Newsletter December 2017.compressed
If you have any memories, photos or information on schools in the Red Cliffs area you’d like to share, we’d be pleased to add them to our collection.
The Old Court House Museum will be open on Sunday 4th February from 11 am – 1 pm during the Red Cliffs Market. Our theme for this year is Red Cliffs has Talent. Come and visit our new displays on the social life and artistic culture of our town. This month we have a selection of visual arts on display.
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