Montague: the stories of a community - CANCELLED

  • Date(s): From 6:30PM Tue 12 May 2020 To 8:00PM Tue 12 May 2020
  • Heritage

This event has been cancelled.  

Council considers the health, safety and well-being of the community to be our top priority.

Mindful of the current public health situation, and as a precautionary measure to help limit the impact of COVID-19, art and heritage programs are cancelled until further notice.

Access to our art and heritage database is available for research and reference, and you can still safely enjoy our self-guided trails while practicing social distancing.

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This talk will take you back in time to explore Montague - it's people, homes, industry, schools, social fabric and more. Developed from the late 1860s into a close-knit community, it survived until the area was demolished in the early 1960s. Today the area is being rejuvenated once again as a residential community.

Image: A H Williams, Gladstone Street, Montague. Port Phillip City Collection sm0812.

Part of the National Trust’s Australian Heritage Festival 2020.

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Days and Times

  • Tuesday, 12 May 2020 6:30 PM

Location

Emerald Hill Library & Heritage Centre
195 Bank Street
South Melbourne
Vic 3205
Australia

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