WE ARE GOING LIVE IN 2021 … but some events cancelled/postponed
For our 2021 season the Blackheath History Forum is going back to live, face-to-face events. We are, however, ready to move online should it be necessary. We are also planning to record as many of the talks as possible. Recordings will be posted after the live talks to our YouTube channel.
Regular sessions start at 4pm at Blackheath Public School Hall (corner Leichhardt St & Great Western Highway). Entry $6. Afternoon tea from 3.30pm (drink/cake $3 ea.). Please note that in addition to our regular program, this year there are also some book launches that will be held at Gardner’s Inn with a start time of 4pm.
REGISTRATION will be required for events as we anticipate our numbers will be restricted. See links on program page.
UPDATE 14 July 2021: SOME EVENTS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED, POSTPONED AND MOVED ABOUT!
For full details check out the 2021 program page.
The Blackheath History Forum is open to anyone interested in understanding Australian history in both its national and global contexts. Our aim is to highlight ‘the past in the present’.
Our past speakers have included many of Australia’s leading historians, including Henry Reynolds, Judith Brett, Jenny Hocking, Stuart MacIntyre, Mark McKenna, and Humphrey McQueen. We’ve also hosted writers with strong historical interests like Tom Keneally, Paul Kelly, and Don Watson.
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