The Living Histories exhibtion is going on tour around Western Australia. This popular exhibtion comprises personal stories of life in Western Australia post World War II. Touring the exhibition was inspired by the popularity of the initital display of 30 stories in the Perth Town Hall in October 2008. The exhibition generated a lot of interest and inspired the Department for Communities to undertake to get the stories around the State with the support of the State Library and WA public libraries.
5 March to 17 April:
William Grundt Memorial Library, Roberts Street, Kalgoorlie.
Narrogin Public Library Cnr Earl and Federal Streets, Narrogin
Collie Public Library, Wittenoon Street, Collie
The State Library of Western Australia is a community partner of the Living Histories project, an initiative of the Department for Communities and “Have A Go News”. More information is available from the Seniors Card website.