On Wednesday 20th January, in conjunction with the Concord Library, we hosted “Storytime at the Museum” for youngsters from the area. Unfortunately, the attendance was not as great as we had hoped, but the mums and children who did come had a wonderful time.

Typewriter, telephone – how things have changed

A story was read by Liz from the library, which was followed by a tour of the museum, led by our own member Andrew, where the children were introduced to objects that their grandparents might have used.

Fascinated by our model of the Mortlake Punt

We look forward to more joint events with the library as a way of introducing more people, both adults and children, to our museum. The City of Canada Bay Museum is considered to be one of the best in the metropolitan area.

It is well worthy of a visit as our displays are constantly changing and there is always something new to see. It is open every Wednesday and Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 p.m. and entry is FREE.

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