What a great day we had on Saturday! We were lucky to have several of our founding members to help us celebrate this occasion. If it wasn’t for their tenacious attitude towards saving the history of our Shire, we would not be here. These courageous people saved the old school, built in 1907, from demolition and managed to get funds to restore the building. Half of the building became our Museum, which we share with the Visitor Centre.
From little things, big things grow. At the office of the Historical Society, (Mundaring Stationmaster’s House, Jacoby Street Mundaring), we hold over 7,000 records pertaining to the history of Mundaring and are the “go to” place to find out how Mundaring evolved. Not only that, we have an amazing Museum. The current exhibition is about to change, so race in to see what we have on show. The next exhibition is part of the “What on Earth” collaboration with Mundaring Arts Centre and others. Our Exhibition will be called “Bush Bounty”
The open day for “What on Earth” is to be held on the 29th September at the Mundaring Arts Centre, Mundaring Hall, Mundaring Stationmaster’s House with a wildflower trail to Mundaring Sharing in Craigie House.
Keep checking this blog and our facebook page for more details.
OOPS nearly forgot. WE ARE ON INSTAGRAM. Take a look, we are moving with the times and are taking baby steps into the world of technology.
Not quite AI and Robots just yet, but watch this space!