Once more this year the museum took part in the Dozynki Festival in Adelaide. As usual it was a great day with lots of good food, music and dancing. Congratulations to the Dozynki Committee and all the helpers and participants on the day.
Polish Hill Museum had a table advertising and selling goods. This year also, there was a photo display which was of interest to the public. Below are some of the photographs that were on display.
Some of the photographs show the state of ruins of a number of homes built and occupied by the Pioneer Families during the late 1850’s. Photos include the Rucioch, Pawelski and Niemiec family homes.
Others show the richness of the displays, the church and some of the people who maintain the museum.
Throughout the years since the 1970’s many people have visited the PHRC museum. Each take away their special memories, but in visiting the museum they become part of history. Just a few photos of people who have visited and enjoyed the museum.
Our thanks to all those who over the years have participated in the rebuilding of the church, school and surrounding grounds as well as those who continue to work keeping the museum an ongoing memory of Polish Migration to South Australia.
See also the Gala Picnic photos on flickr at: