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SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAM: Who’s nesting at Mugga-Mugga?

Apologies, this event is now FULLY BOOKED

Tues 15 April: 10am–12pm (5 to 8 years)
Wed 16 April: 10am–2pm (9 to 12 years)

Watch and listen in the garden and paddocks for the birds that make their homes amongst the trees and grasses. Like the birds, collect nest making materials from the Mugga-Mugga environment and then weave your own nest.

$10 (ACT M&G members $7) 5 to 8 years, and $20 (ACT M&G members $15) 9 to 12 years, payment due by Tue 8 April. Please bring your own snacks, lunch and a drink.

Information, bookings and RSVP:
6207 3968 or historicplacesbookings@act.gov.au



OPEN HOUSE: Mother’s Day


Sun 11 May: 1.30–4.30pm

This Mother’s Day visit Mugga-Mugga cottage and outbuildings and be reminded of the rural worker’s lifestyle. Following a tour of the cottage, a self-serve afternoon tea will be provided in the Education Centre.

Free entry for mothers and grandmothers, otherwise normal admission.



SYLVIA CURLEY ORATION: Seeking Canberra’s soul


Sun 25 May: 2–4pm

Writer, historian and heritage consultant Dr Lenore Coltheart wonders if Sylvia Curley was right to think the soul of the city is found in its heritage – or even in its history. Drawing on her detailed research on people and places in Canberra and reflecting on a decade on the ACT Heritage Council, Lenore does some serious soul-searching. With her history of the Albert Hall to be published later this year, some secrets of Canberra’s ‘city hall’ feature in this year’s stimulating oration.

Free, RSVP by Wed 21 May.

Information, bookings and RSVP:
6235 5677 or historicplacesbookings@act.gov.au



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