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Galston Open Gardens, 20th-22nd October 2017.

20th-22nd October 2017. Spring is in the air, with warm days encouraging some of the blossoms to bloom and daffodils are appearing. Our Open Gardens Committee and the garden owners who will be opening their gardens are now in full swing getting things organised for the Open Gardens Weekend on…

The Dharug and Lower Hawkesbury Historical Society

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Invite you to THE HAWKESBURY RIVER: A Social and Natural History afternoon with our Special Guest Speaker Paul Boon The Dharug and Lower Hawkesbury Historical Society are pleased to welcome on Saturday, 23 rd September, Professor Paul Boon, who now lives in Melbourne but nearly qualifies as an old Hawkesbury…

Hawkesbury Art Fair goes from Strength to Strength

  The fourth Hawkesbury Art Fair will be held at Hawkesbury Regional Gallery from Friday, 8 September to Sunday, 8 October 2017, and according to Gallery Director, Kathleen von Witt, it will be the biggest yet. “The Art Fair is when the Gallery becomes a showcase for the diversity of…

History Week Event honours former Emeritus Mayor, Dr Rex Stubbs

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Former Emeritus Mayor, Rex Stubbs, will be remembered at the second Dr Rex Stubbs OAM Commemorative History Symposium to be held on Saturday, 9 September.at the Deerubbin Centre, 300 George Street, Windsor. The free, fully catered event recognises Dr Stubbs’ commitment to the Hawkesbury community, and aims to promote interest…

Free Author Talk – Mark Tedeschi QC – Murder at Myall Creek

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Mark Tedeschi AM QC and Senior Crown Prosecutor for NSW will visit the Hawkesbury on Tuesday, 5 September from 6pm to 7:30pm to discuss his new book, Murder at Myall Creek, the most sensational trial of mass murder in Australia’s legal history. Mark Tedeschi will share the true story of…

Living sustainably Workshops

FREE WALKS AND WORKSHOPS This series will provide you with handy gardening hints and beautiful walks to enable you to enjoy the outdoors. Workshops enable you to learn from experienced presenters and to ask lots of questions. All workshops are held at the Community Environment Centre— Annangrove Park, Currie Avenue.…

Hawkesbury Walking Group

Welcome to the Hawkesbury Walking Group, where we walk as friends every Thursday and the third and fifth Saturdays of each month. We have been walking as a group for over 20 years and have enjoyed many interesting and enjoyable times. Currently our membership is around 70 and consists of…

Our Beginning…

Piet and Lisa and two daughters aged seven and five came on the Dutch migrant ship “Johann Van Oldenbarnveld” on the 5 September 1950. The ship was used as a troop ship that transported Dutch soldiers to Indonesia. Lisa writes that the ship had no cabins at the time. Men…

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