What stories your old possessions could tell

Members and friends of Narooma Historical Society are asked to please bring something of historical (either family or community) interest along to this Sunday’s meeting and be prepared to tell its “story” for two to three minutes.

The society held a similar event earlier this year and it proved quite fascinating with items ranging from NRMA road maps from 1951, and a family domino set from the First Word War, to an Eastman Kodak camera from the 1930s.

The Society meets this Sunday, June 17 in the School of Arts Studios (behind the BP) at 2pm.

NHS Corunna: Narooma Historical Society met at Corunna Cemetery last month to hear Harry Bate talk about the recent restoration and interpretative work there. Harry is seen here with society members Joan Lynch (left) and Mina Watt.

NHS Corunna: Narooma Historical Society met at Corunna Cemetery last month to hear Harry Bate talk about the recent restoration and interpretative work there. Harry is seen here with society members Joan Lynch (left) and Mina Watt.

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