The Ration Shed MuseumEvents and Exhibitions

Events and Exhibitions

The Ration Shed hosts many events and exhibitions through the year. On this page we highlight a number of these. If you wish to obtain further information about any of the listed events or exhibitions please contact us here


Many Threads – Deadly Pink Ribbon Event

The Many Threads group has been running for two years. There is a core group of 15 women that meet in the Boys Dormitory every Wednesday to yarn, sew and connect with each other. The IAS and the Barambah Medical Centre fund workshop activities and most of the materials and equipment but the women al   → View item

Remembrance Day at the Ration Shed

On the 11th of November we celebrated Remembrance Day at the Ration Shed – remembering our Black Diggers – our Boys from Barambah, who enlisted for World War 1. The proceedings started at 10:30 at the Cherbourg War Memorial. Eric Law was master of ceremonies. It was a moving ceremony with Damian Bon   → View item

Come on a tour to the Ration Shed Museum

A wonderful opportunity to visit the Ration Shed Museum and have fun. Join us this Saturday the 8th November. Hear the stories from Elders on the bus, join, the sing-along! There will be morning tea and a tour at the Ration Shed and then lunch and wine tasting at Moffatdale Vineyard. The bus leaves   → View item

Golden Oldies a great success.

The Theme for this years Golden Oldies was the 1920’s! It was a wonderful event and there were some deadly ladies and gents in 20’s costumes. Elders came from all over the country to meet, have fun and reminisce. Golden Oldies began 24 years ago when some Elders decided they were tired f   → View item

Ration Shed’s 10th Anniversary Celebrations

On Friday 31st October, the Ration Shed celebrated its 10th anniversary. We began our celebrations with a Welcome to Country and a welcome from our Chairperson, Sandra Morgan. The Barambah Dancers performed some deadly cultural dances. Afterwards everyone was asked to queue outside the Ration Shed w   → View item

Minister Scullion & Minister Truss visit us!

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion and Deputy Prime Minister and local member Warren Truss visited us on Friday. They visited a few places in Cherbourg and had lunch and a tour at the Ration Shed Museum.  Minister Scullion said he had a wonderful time and learnt a lot about our history   → View item

“Many Threads” Women’s Workshop

Over 20 people attended a two-day Women’s workshop run by the Ration Shed . The “Many Threads” workshops was about connection, friendship, creativity and healing – a safe space where women could meet, talk and make something creative. These workshops promote connection and me   → View item

NAIDOC COMMUNITY OPEN DAY

It was a cold misty morning when Sandra Morgan came down to open the gate for George so he could start his fire for his camp oven cooking – catering for the mobs that would join the NAIDOC celebrations later in the morning. People slowly started to trickle in – over 30 stallholders had booked   → View item

Opening of PLAY THE BALL – a Cherbourg Sports Exhibition

We began our Ration Shed NAIDOC celebrations up at the cemetery with the unveiling of a tombstone to commemorate  one of Cherbourg’s great sporting hero’s, Frank “Bigshot” Fisher. Lillian Gray, Frank’s daughter and her nephew Gary Fisher organised the event. Stevie Hart   → View item

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