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Events in 2015
South Coast Yesteryears Expo
14 February 2015 to be held in Ulladulla on the South Coast NSW
Venue: Dunn Lewis Centre
Charlotte Seccombe will be giving a complimentary twilight history walk of Milton to all exhibitors on the Friday night before the expo.
Events in 2014
Back to Hartley – Sunday 26 October 2014 – 9am–4 pm
Hartley Historic Site
Hartley Historic Site, Old Bathurst Road, Hartley NSW 2790
A full day of fun and festivities for the whole family
Hartley Historic Site located at the base of Mt Victoria and just off the Great Western Highway is undergoing a major revitalisation program over the next several years to enhance the sites tourism potential and to provide enhanced facilities and services to the broader community.
Steve Ring, Manager of Hartley Historic Site said this year we are pleased to announce that the third “Back to Hartley” event will held on Sunday 26 October and again will be in in partnership with the local community to raise awareness of the site and its history, to raise funds for local charities and or non-profit organisations and to promote the wonders found within Lithgow City Council.
This year our primary charity is Lithgow Community Transport with volunteer support provide transportation for the elderly and those in need of assistance in our community. The Lithgow PCYC and Hartley RFS will also be raising much needed funds on the day through the sale of delicious food.
The Event will showcase a variety of arts, crafts and produce from our region, plants, entertainment, vintage cars, a selection of food and drinks including Devonshire teas and a sausage sizzle showcasing local “Shogun waygu - meat”, face painting, petting zoo, Lithgow Folk Club, Sally Anne’s Dancers, sheep shearing, or even try your hand at Archery, self-guided tours of the Courthouse, Trike and pony Rides and much more.
A Long March from Lithgow – Book Launch 9 November 2014
The book, titled A Long March from Lithgow (cover), will be launched at a function to be held at Club Lithgow on 9th November 2014 and includes short biographies of over 1300 men and women who served their country in what was known as The Great War.
Information for the book has been sourced from Australian War Memorial, National Archives, Mapping our Anzacs, the Lithgow Mercury and Lithgow Democrat newspapers as well as from stories shared by families and friends. Photographs of those who served have been included where available.
Bathurst Historian, Denis Chamberlain, will be the guest speaker at the Launch which is open to members of the public. Afternoon tea will follow the conclusion of official proceedings.
For catering purposes, please RSVP to the Society.