“Conviction” – Parramatta Female Factory c.1802 –1827

National Trust of Australia (NSW) and Harpers Mansion, Berrima present a fascinating talk and a light lunch on Thursday 30 March in the Church Hall in Berrima

Guest Speaker – Gay Hendrikson
“Conviction” Parramatta Female Factory
c.1802 –1827

Shining a light on the daily experiences of the women in the female factory system, with the focus on the Parramatta Female Factory and Riot Day.

Date: Thursday 30 March 2017
Time: Lunch 12 noon
Guest Speaker: 1pm – 2pm
Venue: Holy Trinity Anglican Church Hall, Old Hume Highway, Berrima
Come and join us for lunch followed by a talk by Gay Hendrikson
Following the talk, Harper’s Mansion will be open for those wishing to view the Mansion and garden and perhaps visit the gift Shop.

Gay Hendrikson has worked as an art and history curator, writer, educator and director in the museum and gallery environment for over 25 years researching and interpreting cultural, local and family histories. She has specialised in women’s history within Australian cultural heritage.

Cost: $35 per person, including lunch. Closing date for bookings is 24 March 2017

Enquiries: Suzanne Douglass 0407 612 133

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