|Golden Summer, Eaglemont By Arthur Streeton (1867–1943), Public Domain, Commons.wikimedia.org|
Tuesday, April 04, 2017
Monday, March 27, 2017
The next meeting of the Heidelberg Historical Society will be presented by John Noack who has extensively researched the first European squatters to establish holdings on Crown Land in the Heidelberg area, following the arrival of John Batman.
John will focus in particular on the settlers, William Thomas Mollison and Captain Robert Robson in the Port Phillip area from 1835 to 1838 and discuss their establishment as squatters in Heidelberg. John will speak on Tuesday 11 April, 8 pm at the Uniting Church Community Centre, Ivanhoe. More details at Heidelberg Historical Society
Thursday, March 23, 2017
LaTrobe University is celebrating it's 50th anniversary in 2017. It was inaugurated on International Women’s Day March 8, 1967, when the Governor, Sir Rohan Delacombe, installed the first Chancellor, Sir Archibald Glenn, and the Premier, Sir Henry Bolte, declared the university open. As part of its celebrations and looking back at its successes and accomplishments, the University launched it's "Square the Ledger" Project last week. This is a project to find and recognise women associated with the University who has made a contribution to the community, social, cultural, political or economically. Please consider nominating via the online form by June 8