Join the Moruya and District Historical Society at the opening of their exhibition ‘POP GOES MORUYA’ and see just how much popular culture has changed this town. From Victorian era Moruya to the Jazz Age, the Mardi Gras of the 60s, and the emerging alternative culture of the 70’s Deua; tastes in clothing, food, music and entertainment have changed dramatically.

Reflect on the impact of popular culture on Moruya by rediscovering that Art deco seat from the Fiesta Cinema; or looking at our beaded Charleston dresses; by listening to records on a gramophone and perhaps by eating the ubiquitous Devilled Eggs and Asparagus Rolls.

This exhibition will run until Saturday 28 October.

When: Friday 8 September 2017, 6:00pm-7:30pm
Where: Moruya Museum, 85 Campbell Street, Moruya
Cost: $10 non-members; $5 members
Contact: secretary@mdhs.org.au or 418235882
Presented by Moruya and District Historical Society

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