Discover Albany Creek’s Past at This Enriching Free Event

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The key to understanding the present is to understand the past. Studying history can provide valuable insights and awareness to the origins of cultures and communities and you can have this privilege of learning the history of Albany Creek in an enriching free event at the Albany Creek Library

On Monday, the 3rd of February 2020, the library on Ferguson Street is running a history lesson about the origins of the suburb. Happening from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., this event is free to anyone who may be curious about the first settlers of Albany Creek or the significance of the street names. 

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Knowing your history can help answer why the world around you is what it is today. A look into the cultural trends of yesteryears can provide a reasonable projection of what may happen in the future. It can also spark inspiration and motivation for your next big ideas and projects. 

Studying history is also a worthy mental exercise to sharpen your critical thinking skills. It goes without saying that critical thinking applies to all aspects of your life.

Thus, if you’ve got free time on the 3rd, book a slot and secure your seat.  For enquiries, phone (07) 3264 5267 or email albanycreek.library@moretonbay.qld.gov.au