Australia Day Sun 26th January at Samford Museum will be a day of fun and enjoyment from 9am-2pm with family friendly admission fees -Adults $6; Children$2 Family $12- applying.
Stroll among vintage vehicles and be entertained by Werner’s music machine in the park. Look out for a penny farthing bike rider.
Samford Choir invites visitors to join them in singing old time favourites.
Go on a treasure hunt for children and also a quiz for history enthusiasts. Treasure for all.
For a small fee create, with blacksmith’s guidance, something to take home (cold copper work) Try your skill at horse shoe pitching.
Be entertained by a visiting collection of working miniature steam models and a model train display set in an earlier era Samford setting.
Q’ld Family History Soc and Museum members will be available to assist researchers.
Cynthia works her craft from the rocking chair in the slab kitchen
Dress up as ‘swaggie’ and take a selfie on a farm wagon.
Bob the Bee man will have a stingless native bees display
Learn about the Aylward family who worked at Camp Mt quarry. Local history books on sale
Try copybook writing with pen and ink
Chat to members who have restored the working vintage machinery and horse drawn vehicles.
Aussie tucker on sale includes billy tea and fresh damper, sausage sizzle and light refreshments.
There will be a Stall with home- made jams etc for sale. Check out the olden days shop
For more information call Geoff 0417 691 983
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21 Station St, Samford Village QLD 4520