Contact Us:

Email:        secretary@wodongafamilyhistory.org

Mail:          Wodonga Family History Soc Inc,  PO Box 289, Wodonga 3689

Phone:       0260 563 220

Research Open Hours:  The Research area in the Wodonga Library reopened on 16th March.   

Tuesdays –        2pm to 4pm
Wednesdays – 10am to 12 noon
Thursdays –     10am to 12 noon

Location:
The WFHS Library is now situated in the temporary Wodonga Library located at 194 High Street, Wodonga.

  • Entry:
    Free for members, $5 for non-members

EVENTS

 

MEETINGS. Held on 3rd Tuesday of each month:

The meeting planned for Tuesday 15th June has been cancelled due to COVID-19 number restrictions at the venue.

15th 15th June 2021: “What’s Been Happening in Irish and Scottish Research”. Guest Speaker: Meg Bate. Meg is a member of the Genealogical Society of Victoria.
Meet a committee member: Christine Young.

20th July 2021: “Family Tree Maker”. Guest Facilitator Jan Parker. Jan is a member of the Yarrawonga Family History Group as well as President of VAFHO.
Meet a committee member: Wendy Cooksey.

17th August 2021: “Soldier Settlement Records to Help Family Historians”, Guest speaker Charles Fahey. Charles has an extensive background in history.
Meet a committee member: Pam Nulty.

21st September 2021: Members’ Brick Wall Night. Contact a committee member if you would like to have your brick wall “tackled” by the audience.
Meet a committee member: Pat Hopkins.

19th October 2021: “Kiwis Can’t Swim-Researching Across the Ditch”. Guest Speaker Pauline Weeks. Pauline is a member of the New Zealand Society of Genealogists. She will be giving tips and short cuts to help with New Zealand research.
Meet a committee member: Carolyn Renfrey.

16th November 2021: Members’ Show and Tell Night. Bring a treasured item to show and discuss. Alice Lindsay will be reviewing some of her favourite books that have fascinated her curiosity.
Meet a committee member: Maureen Cuskelly.

21st December 2021: Christmas party with Genie Trivia.

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