Fellow Alumni Members
It seems a long time since our successful Alumni function in November last year. What an enjoyable evening it was! At that event and at previous Board meetings we discussed organising some activities to bring past and present colleagues together more often.
To kick this off we are arranging a couple of visits to the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House.
New Exhibitions and lunch
There are a number of current exhibitions including:
· Behind the Lines – The year’s best political cartoons from 2014
· Menzies – by John Howard.
The Museum also offers a 45 minute tour of the Building. Some of you could run this tour! Full details are available on the website www.maodoph.gov.au
We would follow this with lunch either at the OPH Café or other local café.
Date: Saturday 30 May
Time: 10 am
RSVP: by 16 May
0421 612 078
Members’ Dining Room
Friday 19 June 2015
1.30 to 7pm (including refreshments from 6pm)
The Australian Prime Ministers Centre Seminar 2015 presents highlights from the museum’s annual research program on prime ministers, and other leading work on prime ministers by invited guests.
Discover how former prime ministers view each other, hear what leading historians and political scientists make of our leaders, and share the insights of journalists George Megalogenis and Karen Middleton, speechwriter Michael Cooney and many more.
The seminar will be held in the Members’ Dining Room and includes refreshments in the Members’ Bar.A copy of the event program with a full list of speakers and times is available on the website for the Museum www.maodoph.gov.au.
The event is free of charge but subject to booking. We have reserved 20 places so first come first served!
To reserve your place please contact Carolyn by 23 May:
Carolyn Scheetz on 0421 612 078 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are also planning a lunch at the Yacht Club in July and will send an invitation once we have a date.
The next Board meeting will also be in July.
Hope to catch up with many of you at these functions.