International Women’s Day Awards Shoalhaven 2017

 

The everyday achievements of women in the Shoalhaven are at the heart of what makes Meroogal a fascinating house museum. Each year women of all ages are acknowledged for their contribution to society, their cultural achievements and creativity, their potential and for their resilience. You can see the 2016 International Women’s Day Award winners below.

Take a few minutes to think about the women in your lives and nominate now by downloading this form and dropping it in, send by post, fax or email by 23 February 2017.

The awards are announced and celebrated at Meroogal on Saturday 18 March, 2017.

IWD Award Winners 2016

  • Candice Burrell
  • Sarah Butler
  • Brodie Cambourne
  • Joanna Gash
  • Shelly Hancock
  • Ronnie Kroon
  • Sandra Lee
  • Maxine Meech
  • Lesley Oliver
  • Melissa Opdam
  • Ann Sudmalis
  • Sue Tolley
  • Jemma Tribe
  • Marama Warren

Group Nomination

  • Louise Black
  • Jill Cotter 
  • Glynis Dodd 
  • Denise Emmett
  • Roby McClenahan
  • Brigitte McDonald
  • Debbie Moffett

Visitors at The Tank Stream

 

The Tank Stream ballot is now openTuesday 28 February 2017

Visitors in the front yard at Meroogal

Meroogal

International Women's Day awards at MeroogalTuesday 28 March 2017

Ripe olives on small sprig with leaves.

The Cook and the Curator

An oily businessThursday 23 March 2017

Group of five people.

Hyde Park Barracks

Irish Minister of State visits Hyde Park BarracksFriday 17 March 2017

 

The Stewart Symonds Sheet Music CollectionFriday 17 March 2017

The Caroline Simpson Library & Research Collection has recently acquired an important collection of 19th-century sheet music provenanced to people living in NSW.