The Foster & District Historical Society meets
1st Tuesday in February to October
at Crawford Hall, Foster
(Entry rear of museum complex via the car park)
We have many interesting speakers.
Visitors and new members are very welcome!
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Reg Williams entertained members with his lively recollections. “Let’s Take a Walk Through the Streets of Foster” is based on the memories of Keith Munro.
This promises to be an entertaining & informative evening with Cheryl Glowery talking about AA Peverill who as Under Secretary of State, Lands Department, was instrumental in setting up agjistment at Yanakie and Snake Island in 1909. He was a man of significant influence in our region. Cheryl’s presentation at 8 pm will be followed…Read more
Crawford Hall 7.30pm, access from ramp in car park. Well known local historian, Neil Everitt, will be guest speaker on February 6th at the Foster and District Historical Society meeting. Neil is currently writing a history of the hydro-electric scheme that existed on the Franklin River at Toora.and supplied power to Toora and Foster until 1938 Neill…Read more
Local history through the journeys of a single woman November 7th 2017 (Melbourne Cup Day) 8pm, after the usual general meeting, Liz and Kathy will play a video of the launch in Ireland of “Anastasia, from Callan to Stockyard Creek” to be followed by a Q & A session. Please come along with your questions…Read more
Our guest speaker, Rae-Anne Vincent, a former resident of Agnes, now leads the Walhalla Mine and Ghost Tours. She loves bringing history to life through costume and story. Members, guests and visitors all welcome at Crawford Hall, entrance left rear of main car park via ramp. Meeting: 7.30 Presentation: 8;pm Tea, coffee and cakes. for…Read more