The Society has a talk each month (except January and December) on a topic pertinent to the history of Toowoomba and the Darling Downs.
Talks are usually held on the third Monday of each month at either 1.30pm or 7.30pm
Members and non-members are welcome to offer a monthly talk.
Admision to the talk is free to members and non-members.
Talks are usually held at the Society’s Rooms but occasionally might be held at other venues.
20 February: Jane Smith – St Vincent Hospital Archives (7.30pm)
17 April :
19 June: Peter Watts – The Squatters Route – travelling between Brisbane and the Darling Downs from 1840 to 1866
17July: 1.30pm: Greg Hallam – Qld Railways during WWI
22 August: NB: Tuesday – visit to Downs Steam Railway 1pm Cost $10 inc afternoon tea
11 September: 7.30pm: Bruce Arthur – The Battle of One Tree Hill
16 October: 7.30pm: Peter Watts – Why weren’t we told? – A personal reflection on the telling of Australia’s Colonial History
20 November: 7.30pm: Margaret Turnbull – History of Empire Theatre
5 December: Noon: Xmas Lunch TB7.