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Welcome to the
DUBLIN HISTORY GROUP
RESEARCH CENTRE

 

WORKSHOP NOMINATION FORM

List of SOLDIERS

The DUBLIN HISTORY GROUP Inc. now reside in the Dublin Institute and have set-up the facility to enable the group's work to continue and progress in compiling storing recording and preservation of the History of the "Hundred of Dublin". The "Official" opening took place on Sunday 20th May 2012.

CALENDAR DATES

Workshops coming up

 
 SPECIAL EVENTS & WORKSHOPS
BUILDINGS AND BOOKS
THE INSTITUTE
 
Saturday 28th APRIL 2018
1 to 4pm
Sunday 27th MAY
1 to 5pm

Venue: Windsor Institute
19 Old Port Wakefield Rd, Windsor

Have you ever wondered about the lovely old building with the word Institute written above the door, what it was all about? The Dublin History Group would like to share with you the story of Institutes in South Australia and history of the Institute buildings in the Hundred of Dublin. There will be a talk and display at the 134-year Windsor Institute. Come along and learn about the interesting histories of these buildings and the important part they play in the lives of their local community.

Contact: info@dublinhistorygroup.com.au or DHG on 8529 2030

Venue : Dublin Institute
9 Sixth St, Dublin


Institutes and halls have long been a part of the fabric of the community with family stories woven into them over time. A place for all to meet, celebrate and learn. The Dublin History Group have collected and researched the histories and stories of these wonderful old buildings. Come and share the Dublin, Wild Horse Plains and Windsor Institutes and Long Plains Memorial Hall stories. Included will be a photographic display and local entertainment to remind us just how important institutes are to the community. The day would not be complete without a traditional country afternoon tea.

 
   

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The Future of our History

The Research Centre will become the Centre of Dublin, with workshops being conducted by experts in the preservation of documents, artifacts and photographs. The Institute will also be brought into the 21st Century with an up-grade in technology. The Centre will eventually be seen to be open on a number of days during the week and can be availed by locals and visitors, particularly those interested in researching their family.

 Check-out the STREETSCAPE & the football teams of the past

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