Royston Ladies Luncheon Club
The January meeting was addressed by Carole Kaszak, curator of Royston Museum. She explained the history of the museum, which was first started in the 19th century at what was then the Royston Institute – when this became the Town Hall the museum closed a
The January meeting was addressed by Carole Kaszak, curator of Royston Museum.
She explained the history of the museum, which was first started in the 19th century at what was then the Royston Institute - when this became the Town Hall the museum closed and was not re-opened until 1979 and then was moved to the present premises in 1984.
Mrs Kajack described items of interest and collections and explained the history and present position of the tapestry of which nearly 80 feet has been completed.
She said that there were six temporary exhibitions each year and that later on this year the assistant curator, Dusty Garrick-Green, who is an artist, will be one of the exhibitors.
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Mrs Kaszak answered questions and was thanked by president, Mrs Sylvia Jordan, who announced that the next speaker in February would be Mr Colin Limming whose subject would be Glen Miller.
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