Past Programs

Connecting with nature through native bees

Connecting with nature through native bees

Which native bees might I find in Lithgow? Where do native bees live? Why is pollination important when saving seeds for my garden? Why are native bees better pollinators than honey bees? How can I attract native bees into my garden? How can native bees help connect...

School Holidays Eskbank – Autumn Nature Journal

School Holidays Eskbank – Autumn Nature Journal

Autumn Nature Journal Slow Down, Observe, Discover and See! “The benefit of journaling is not limited to what you produce, .. rather , found in your experience and how you think along the way.” (John Muir Laws, 2016) You do not need to be “an artist” to nature...

Buzzy Bee Ecology Play Workshops in Lithgow

Buzzy Bee Ecology Play Workshops in Lithgow

Green bees, blue bees and bees that burrow? Through games, music, garden exploration and art-making we will discover the bees (K)needs right here in Lithgow! This is a series of interactive, playful workshops designed for pre-school aged children and their...

History Week 2022 Author Talk by Peter Baker

History Week 2022 Author Talk by Peter Baker

A free Hands-on History author talk will be held at Eskbank House Museum titled ‘Crying Hearts, Healing Hands’, the life journeys of James and Leo Bamber. The History Week theme for 2022 - Hands-on History invites us to explore histories by or about people who do...