History Illuminated - Opening Night 'History: What is it good for?'

History Illuminated Toronto

Join us to celebrate the opening night of History Illuminated with some 1940s inspired fanfare. Enjoy the evening with live entertainment by the Toronto Brass Band followed by guest speaker Dr. Peta Belic

Doors open at 6pm with food, drinks and live music by the Toronto Brass Band

Dr Peta Belic will present the History Illuminated Opening address 'History: What is it good for?'

Dress code is formal with a touch of 1940’s glamour

$20 includes entry, food, and drinks

Bookings are essential via eventbrite or 0249210400

All activities are planned to ensure social distancing and COVID safe requirements.

This event is run within COVID safe guidelines. Therefore all guest will be seated for the duration within social distancing requirements. Catering will be provided in individual servings and additional hygiene measures will be in place. If you have any questions about this this event please contact 024921 0556.

History Illuminated 2020 asks the question: “What is history good for?” With the year packed with bushfires, protests and pandemics, these events from the present back to the past have roots linked in history that has seldom been so important in the present day.

Presented by Lake Mac Libraries and NSW History Council, History Illuminated celebrates our history with a program full of discussions, lectures and presentations on historical fiction, fact, research, and writing. Find the full program at library.lakemac.com.au


  • Friday, 04 September 2020 | 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM


Rathmines Theatre, 3 Stilling Street, Rathmines 2283  View in Google Maps

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