The Essendon Historical Society collects and promotes information for the suburbs of Ascot Vale, Moonee Ponds, Essendon, Flemington, Strathmore and Kensington.
Moonee Ponds Courthouse Museum Cnr. Kellaway Avenue and Mt. Alexander Road, Moonee Ponds. 3039.
City of Moonee Valley - Thematic Environmental History - providing a context for undertaking comparative assessment of heritage places and identifying additional heritage places and themes for further investigations.
It's National Volunteer Week! Everyone at the Essendon Historical Society is a volunteer and they all do an amazing job, it certainly wouldn't be the same without them! So this week we want to celebrate them and say thanks a million!
Awards Victoria has chosen to feature one of our volunteers, Kelsey Collins, in their celebration of National Volunteers Week. View the article here
The Society meets from February to November at the Moonee Ponds Courthouse Museum on the 4th Tuesday of the month except January at 7.30pm. Visitors are welcome. Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, May 28.
The Courthouse Museum is open each Sunday afternoon (2-5pm) (except Christmas Day and Easter Sunday).
Tuesday, May 28: Our May Meeting will take place at 7:30pm at the Courthouse. Member, Peter Willoughby, will be speaking on "Five Pubs on Pascoe Vale Road."
Ph. (03) 9370 4607