What's On in Lane Cove

When What Where Contact
Wednesday 21 February

AHO Walking with Volunteers

The AHO will be providing a guided walk to the AHO Site Volunteers. participants will learn about Aboriginal Heritage and Culture on the walk Numbers will be capped at 20 - so booking is essential
Tania Park Contact Susan Whitby at the Aboriginal Heritage Office
Thursday 22 February

AHO Walks and Talks with Lane Cove Group

AHO will be giving a guided walk and presentation with a Lane Cove Group who will be learning about their local area: the Aboriginal people, Heritage and Culture
Lane Cove Not Open to the Public
Monday 11 March

AHO Provides Guided Tour of Museum and Keeping Place, Jacka Park and McKillop Headland

AHO will be working with a Seniors Walking Group. They will be visiting the AHO Museum and Keeping Place to learn about Aboriginal heritage and Culture. The group will also visit Jacka Park and learn about the Military History of the region. Then both groups will travel to McKillop Headland to look at the new Aboriginal Sculpture on the headland and its meaning
AHO Museum and Keeping Place Not Open to the Public
Saturday 16 March

AHO presents at Lane Cove Library telling Stories of Country and Culture

Stories of Country and Culture Saturday 16 March, 10:30am – 11:30am Lane Cove Library, Library Walk, Lane Cove Join us for a fascinating presentation telling the Aboriginal history of the Cameraygal and Wallumedegal people of the Lane Cove region. A wonderful opportunity to gain insights into local Aboriginal heritage, culture and connection to the land and waterways with Karen Smith from the Aboriginal Heritage Office.   Location: Lane Cove Library meeting rooms (rear of library next to kitchen). The library is found at the corner of Longueville Road and Austin St. 3 hour free parking is available underneath in the Market Square car park, accessible via Austin Street Lane Cove. Use the escalators/lift to the ground floor.
Lane Cove Library Contact : library@lanecove.nsw.gov.au or Lane Cove Council