Kogarah Historical Society meets on the 2nd Thursday of the month from February to November at the Kogarah School of Arts (see Home page). The Guest Speaker talks first, at 2pm, and this is followed by afternoon tea. We then hold a short meeting at which you are invited to stay if you wish.
|9 February||Dr Rachel Franks Educator, Researcher, Writer, Uni of Newcastle||An Uncommon Hangman|
|9 March||AGM / Beverley Earnshaw||Masters and Surgeons of the First Fleet|
|13 April||Denis Smith History buff with love of airplanes||The Mighty Sunderland in War and Peace|
|11 May||Warren Fahey AM Cultural Historian and Writer||Dead and Buried|
|8 June||Garry Darby Art Historian, Author||The History of St George Sailing Club|
|13 July||Assoc Prof Richard White Historian||Symbols of Australia|
|10 August||Catherine Bishop Historian||Too Much Cabbage and Jesus Christ – Australia’s Mission girl, Annie Lock|
|14 September||Prof Douglas Newton Retired Assoc Prof Western Sydney Uni||Private Ryan and the Lost Peace|
|12 October||Christine Yeats Archivist and Researcher||Hear your House Speak through the Records|
|9 November||Kez Hasanic Maritime Museum||HMAS Sydney vs SMS Emden|
Kogarah Historical Society also conducts tours and outings for members. Bookings and enquiries should be directed to Helen Gould – Email email@example.com or Ph: 0417 612 952.