We all have some possessions, collected through the years;Some bring happy memories, others bring the tears.Not many from our childhood,
Tooth Pick Holder Toothpicks.  Whether you use them to pick up an appetizer, test the doneness of a cake, or
Though Christmas may be celebrated differently around the globe, there’s one festive tradition that is shared the world over –
Just a reminder that our November speaker, Andrew Tink, will be talking about 'Honeysuckle Creek: the story of Tom Reid,
Felix the Cat, a cartoon character first created in the silent film era, is widely considered the world’s first animated
What would have happened if the three wise men had been three wise women? They would have . . .
Sugar Scuttle This was a table silverware item for holding and serving sugar. Always in the shape of a coal
On Thursday, October 13, 2022, the City of Canada Bay Heritage Society lost one of its most enduring, influential, universally
Prince Alfred
When Prince Alfred returned to Australia in 1870, he brought with him a four-year-old elephant that had been presented to
David Claud Bauer was born to Julius and Jane Bauer of Avoca Street Randwick on 24 December 1889. He was
We were recently approached by someone seeking information on these uniface aluminium, 26mm, tokens. They are obviously connected with Concord
If you’ve ever wondered who first decided to bring trees inside to celebrate Christmas, or where advent calendars come from,
Just a reminder that our October speaker, Kerry Easton, will be talking about 'Needlework Tools Through the Ages". You are
Alas, they've come for Dr. SEUSS, they wish to hang him with a noose.They claim his tales were racist bent,
At the height of the Great Depression in 1932, Australia had an unemployment rate of 29% and thousands of desperate
In the wake of the devastating Lismore floods earlier this year, the members of Canada Bay Heritage Society decided to
William Sanders, New Guinea
When news reached Australia in August 1914 that Britain and Germany were at war, more than 50,000 men enlisted within
Often when we talk about early colonial history of Australia we mention great governors such as Major General Lachlan Macquarie
For those who love the philosophy of ambiguity (as well as the idiosyncrasies of English).One tequila, two tequila, three tequila,