Kalamunda District WW1 Honour RollsThe Kalamunda Historical Society has embarked on a project to research the history of the 120 soldiers who enlisted in the Great War and are now listed on the two WW1 Honour Boards, the Kalamunda Board and the Wattle Grove Board. They have completed the history of some of the soldiers and the research is continuing. Almost a hundred years later the stories of these soldiers is slowly being revealed.Photos and notes about the soldiers will be on display in the foyer of the Agricultural Hall.You might recognise your forebears.You can view the research completed to date at the Kalamunda Show on Friday 12th and Saturday 13th April.
Show TimesFRIDAY 12th April Gates Open 5pm Close10pmSATURDAY 13th April Gates Open 10am Close10pmAdmission ChargesNote: Cash at Gate only•Adults$15•Children (6-15yrs)$5 •Children under 6 yrsFREE•Concession$10•Family$30Disabled or Autistic ChildrenNote: Only one carer to be admitted free (on presentation of Companion Card)•between 6 to15years$5•If over 15yrs$10Disabled or Autistic Adults•Concession $10Prices inclusive of GST
Exhibitions have always been a major component of the Show, covering many activities, hobbies and endeavours. Set up in the Agricultural Hall, the exhibition area is a great place to start your visit to the Show. New exhibitors are always welcome.
Exhibitors (including children) may enter into:CookeryPreservesNeedleworkHandicraftPhotographyChildren’s ArtKalamunda Show Art Award for AdultsHorticulture Floral ArtVegetables
Schedules will also be available from City of Kalamunda libraries.Queries can be directed to the Society Secretary Pam Edwards byEmail: email@example.com Telephone 9454 5228