The Merrigum Historical Society’s 23rd annual Heritage Day will be held on Sunday, April 8.
Held at the Merrigum Museum, volunteers will be demonstrating old skills of ropemaking, blacksmithing, sheep shearing, sleeper cutting, woodturning, milk separating and butter churning, whip plaiting and lacemaking.
The feature demonstration will be cricket bat making. There will also be collectibles on display, including the Echuca Car Club.
The Merrigum Historical Society’s 23rd Heritage Day is dedicated to Bert Henderson, to acknowledge the tremendous amount of work he did at the Merrigum Museum.
Sadly he passed away on December 30, 2017.
Bert was president for 29 years, built the sheds, did all the repairs and maintained the grounds.
The event will be from 11am to 3pm at a cost of $8/adult and $2/child.
A free barbecue lunch will be available.
■For more information, phone 5855 2330 or email [email protected]