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Join us from the comfort of your own home as Anita Heiss shares the inside story behind her newest historical novel Bila Yarrudhanggalangdhuray (River of Dreams). Set on Wiradjuri country and based on devastating true events, this book is a story of love, loss and belonging.

Learn how you can find out about your Mob from home. This presentation is not intended to help you to identify individual ancestors, but you will learn how to find out where they lived and what their lives were like. Presented by Hilda Maclean, the Local Heritage Specialist.

This story is part of the Black Diggers of Logan Project.

George & Murray Watego were brothers who both joined up in 1916, and were in different units on the western front in 1917.
The brothers' stories are told by a number of their descendants.

This story is part of the Black Diggers of Logan Project.

Pte Jack Pollard arrived in the Middle East at the start of 1918, in time to take part in the pursuit of the Ottoman Empire army along the River Jordan.
Jack's story is told by a number of his descendants.

Deborah Rodriguez is launching her newest enchanting novel The Moroccan Daughter, in conversation with much-loved Sunday Mail columnist, Frances Whiting.
Presented in partnership with Penguin Australia and other Queensland public libraries.

Join us from the comfort of your own home as we host one of the stars of Australian fiction, bestselling author Monica McInerney. Hear the inside story behind her new novel The Godmothers.

Learn how to make a fun platypus bookmark at home with Watergum Online!

This story is part of the Black Diggers of Logan Project.

Pte Valentine Hare joined the 2nd Light Horse in Egypt in August 1917, serving as a member of the Egypt Expeditionary Force (EEF). His story is told by his descendant, Aunty Iris Glenbar.

This story is part of the Our Aunties and Uncles Digital Stories Project.

Aunty Flora Cook was a Torres Strait Islander who was born on Thursday Island. She moved to Logan City during the 1980s. Aunty Flora was passionate about the preservation and promotion of the history and cultural heritage of Torres Strait Islander people. Her lifetime achievement was performing and teaching traditional dance and song.
Aunty Flora passed away in March 2021.

This story is part of the Our Aunties and Uncles Digital Stories Project.

Eileen and Robyn Williams are Yugambeh Elders who live in Logan City. They are Yugambeh Traditional Owners and descendants of Bilin Bilin, known as King of the Logan.
Aunty Eileen passed away in September 2020.

This story is part of the Our Aunties and Uncles Digital Stories Project.

Uncle Reg lived in Logan City for over 50 years. He had a long and distinguished career both as an artist and an educator, and received many awards for his art and his service to the community.
Uncle Reg passed away in April 2020.