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Memento : Issue 25
Charters of Our Nation Treasures Gallery, National Archives, Canberra. Permanent exhibition. 'No Common Creation': The High Court of Australia National Archives, Canberra. Permanent exhibition. It's a Dog's Life: Animals in the Public Service National Archives, Canberra 14 November 2003 to 4 April 2004 Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award -- Celebrating 20 Years National Archives, Canberra 23 April to 25 July 2004 Beacons by the Sea: Stories of Australian Lighthouses Western Australian Museum Albany 5 December 2003 to 2 March 2004 Western Australian Museum Kalgoorlie, WA 13 March to 6 June 2004 Unexpected Archives: Introduced by Robyn Archer Katherine Public Library, NT 12 December 2003 to 15 January 2004 Mount Isa Civic Centre, Qld 22 January to 22 February 2004 Cairns Civic Theatre, Qld 28 February to 28 March 2004 Gladstone Entertainment Centre, Qld 3 April to 2 May 2004 Wine! An Australian Social History Vasse Felix, Margaret River, WA 31 October 2003 to 1 February 2004 Western Australian Museum, Geraldton, WA Opening 14 February 2004 www.naa.gov.au/exhibitions/exhibitions.html www.naa.gov.au/exhibitions/events/events.html January 2004 MEMENTO 19 CANBERRA Grandkids Day, 21 January, 10.00 am -- 4.00 pm. Our annual day for grandparents and their grandkids. A Week in a Dog's Life, 9--15 February. A week of talks and animal antics to coincide with It's a Dog's Life. Family History Fair, 4 April, 10.00 am -- 4.00 pm. Speakers and displays on family history records. T ASMANIA Regional tour, 25--27 February. Joint tour with the Archives Office of Tasmania. Venues include Campbell Town, Launceston and St Helens. Defence seminar, 22 April. In the lead-up to Anzac Day, a joint seminar with the Archives Office of Tasmania, the RSL, and the Military Museum. AGFEST 2004, 6--8 May. Visit our stand. Held at Carrick. Contact Eleanor Wolf (03) 6230 6113. SOUTH AUSTRALIA Regional tour, 29 March -- 4 April. Venues include the Laura Folk Fair, 2--4 April, and surrounding mid-North towns. Contact Enid Netting (08) 8409 8401. NEW SOUTH WALES Regional tour, 26--29 April. Joint tour with State Records NSW. Various venues in the south-west slopes region, including Tumut, Wagga Wagga, Griffith, Temora and Young. Contact Fiona Burn (02) 9645 0141. WESTERN AUSTRALIA Regional tour, 18--20 March, Albany. Joint tour with the State Records Office of WA, the Battye Library of West Australian History and the State Library of WA Genealogical Centre. Contact James Butterfield (08) 9470 7531. Perth Office Open Day, 16 May, 10.00 am -- 4.00 pm. Ta lks and tours. Contact Jen Ford (08) 9470 7530. QUEENSLAND Regional tour, 23--25 February, Wide Bay and Burnett regions, including Hervey Bay, Bundaberg and Gayndah. Joint tour with Queensland State Archives and John Oxley Library. Contact Greg Cope (07) 3249 4224. 'Schools in: records on schools and education', 27 March, 1.00--4.30 pm. Joint seminar with Queensland State Archives and John Oxley Library. Held at QSA, 435 Compton Rd, Runcorn. Bookings: (07) 3875 8755. VICTORIA 'Settlers in the Sun', 5th Victorian Family History State Conference, 16--18 April. Topics include our immigration and defence service records. Held at St Josephs College, Mildura. Contact Anne Piggott (03) 9285 7900.