Monday 10 August, 10am–4pm | Melbourne
Calling family historians in Victoria! Join the National Archives of Australia, Public Record Office Victoria and others for the 12th annual Family History Feast at the State Library of Victoria.
'Feast' on a whole day of free family history talks, with topics ranging from Australian women in the war to soldier settlement in Victoria. Discover how Victorian government agencies can help family historians, and attend the annual Don Grant Memorial Lecture, organised by the Victorian Association of Family History Organisations.
This year’s Feast has a special focus on World War I.
Family History Feast is hosted by the State Library of Victoria with collaborating partners:
National Archives of Australia (Melbourne Office), Public Record Office Victoria, Immigration Discovery Centre of Museum Victoria, State Trustees, Victorian Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages and Victorian Association of Family History Organisations.
State Library of Victoria
328 Swanston St
Meet at Entry 3, La Trobe Street
Bookings essential and will open on 22 June.
Please visit the State Library of Victoria's website for bookings closer to the time.