Third Sunday of the Month at 2pm, Queen Victoria Museum at Inveresk
Monthly meetings are held from February to November, usually on the afternoon of the third Sunday in the month, at the Meeting Room, Queen Victoria Museum at Inveresk, at 2pm unless otherwise notified. Speakers include members of the Society and other historians.
The Society hosts the John West Memorial Lecture, delivered by a prominent Australian, in March each year. The Annual General Meeting is held in February.
Below is the current schedule for these meetings. See the latest newsletter for more information on upcoming events.
Admission is free for LHS members and $5 for visitors.
The Museum meeting room can now accommodate 80 people. There is no need to book to attend lectures in person. More details are in the latest Newsletter, and in email notifications to members.
Masks are no longer mandatory.
Sunday, 19 February 2023 – Poster
Annual General Meeting with guest speaker Geoff McLean, The significance of the Tamar Valley / Launceston region for the Tasmanian Aboriginal people
Sunday, 21 May 2023 – Poster
Maureen Martin Ferris & Sandra Duck, Tasmanian Pictorial Church Index
Sunday, 18 June 2023 – Poster Moira McAlister, The Tricky Business of Fact and Fiction
Sunday, 16 July 2023 – Poster
Jacqui Triffitt, On the Front Foot: The Rise of Tasmanian Women’s Cricket
Sunday, 20 August 2023 – Poster
Tabatha Badger, Florence Perrin (1884-1952): Botanist, bushwalker, philanthropist, philosopher
Sunday, 17 September 2023 – Mead, Smith, von Stieglitz Lecture – Poster
Marion Sargent, JM Haenke’s architectural legacy
Sunday, 15 October 2023 – Poster Prue McCausland, The Albert Hall and the Tasmanian Exhibition
Sunday, 6 November 2023 (Monday long weekend) Excursion to East Tamar. Members only. Itinerary, East Tamar 2023
Sunday, 19 November 2023
Michelle Blake, Virtual tour of local heritage in Launceston: Why we live the way we do