The Balmain Association is presenting this exhibition about the protests and
struggles over the years that helped to preserve our heritage, our history and our
community. Issues such as ferry services, container terminal, coal loader, army at
Mort Bay, Mort Housing development, the five sites etc. etc. Also early days of
protest and advocacy by people such as Maybanke Anderson who lived in Wharf Rd
and later produced a fortnightly paper, Woman’s Voice, in 1890s.
If you have a story, some photos that you would like included in the exhibition
please contact one of the following. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
phone Kathleen 9818 4954, Ross 9810 8592
Please join us for drinks at 2pm Saturday 8 April
The exhibition will be open during April on Saturdays 8, 15, 22 and 29,
11.30 to 3pm and Tuesdays 11, 18, 25 11am to 1pm.