Next Heritage Day to be held on Saturday 6th May 2017.
Speakers on the Day: National Trust CEO Jonathan Fisher, Brian O'Connor, Ann Sutherland, John News Community Biosphere Association, NICA Tony and Stephanie Haslam, Noel and Lorraine Bird.
Historic Silent Movie of the Golden Beach at Noosa filmed in 1929 This will be accompanied by Ron West on the Piano in the Museum.
In the grounds enjoy displays by Noosa and Districts Pipe Band, The Gympie Mining Museum, Hollyhock Cottage, Wappa Falls Astronomical Observatory, Boomerang Bags and save the Dingoes. Also vintage cars by the Cooroy Coastal Car Club and vintage trucks and fire engines will also be on display.
Children's Activities will include Name the Object and Victorian Puzzles and Games.
In the Hall adjacent to the Museum there will be displays by Discover Eumundi, Noosa Library, Highland Dancing, Pomona State School and Kin Kin State School, Peregian Beach College and Peregian Springs State School.
The Noosa Pipes and Drums will play for about 20 minutes from 9.00 am prior to the Official Opening at 9.30 am.
We will provide further details and promotion for the day in the coming weeks to our Web Site, Facebook, Newsletters, and Media, etc. This Heritage Event is self funded by the Noosa Museum as an event for our community .
A raffle, Sausage Sizzle and morning tea will be our fundraisers for the event.
We would appreciate your support and participation in this Event as Noosa Museum seeks to raise awareness of Cultural Heritage in the Region.
We have an open invitation for any Groups or organisation who may wish to participate or contribute in some manner towards this event. Your ideas and suggestions would be appreciated. For further information please contact the Noosa Museum.