Archive for March, 2011

Date for your diary : Family History Feast 2011

Date for your diary : Family History Feast 2011

March 15, 2011

Family history events, Family matters:

Monday 1 August during National Family History Week (http://www.familyhistoryweek.org.au) at the State Library of Victoria. I have been asked the¬†date of the 2011 Feast a number of times recently so… Read More ›

Library closed Labour Day public holiday Monday 14 March

Library closed Labour Day public holiday Monday 14 March

March 10, 2011

Announcements, Library services, News:

The Library will be closed on Monday 14 March for the Labour Day public holiday. Requested items will not be delivered on this day however an extensive range of resources… Read More ›

A better website for lovers of young adult literature

A better website for lovers of young adult literature

March 8, 2011

Announcements, Education, News:

Today the State Library re-launched its much loved youth literature website Inside a Dog. The redesigned site incorporates many new functions to make it easier and more fun to share a love of young adult (YA) literature.

Folk music indoors and out

Folk music indoors and out

March 7, 2011

Arts:

The Port Fairy Folk Festival is coming up later this month and continues its amazing tradition of presenting a vast array of performers and musical styles from across Australia and… Read More ›

Visiting Bairnsdale for the March long weekend?

Visiting Bairnsdale for the March long weekend?

March 7, 2011

Family history events, Family matters:

If you are or if you live in the area, you might like to visit the East Gippsland Family History Group (http://home.vicnet.net.au/~egfhg/) at 21 Morgan Street, Bairnsdale on Saturday afternoon¬†12… Read More ›

Shake Your Family Tree 2011 style

Shake Your Family Tree 2011 style

March 1, 2011

Family history events, Family matters:

Friday 25 February at the Victorian Archives Centre, North Melbourne, the annual Shake Your Family Tree event organised by National Archives of Australia. More than 200 genealogists, six stands including… Read More ›