Eureka Women's Sewing Circle03 November 2004
150 years after the opriginal, another Eureka Women's Sewing Circle is coming together to sew for the upcoming commemoration of the Eureka rebellion.
"We are putting out the call for volunteers, younger women and older women, sewing machines, along with cuppa-tea and cake makers, child carers and cheer bears, to come together in the Spirit of Eureka"Shirley Jones, 70 year old, of Eureka Street, Eureka.
"Not only will we sew up a bunch of beautiful flags and dress the Diggers Walk and other Eureka 150 events but will also be making new friends and remembering the solidarity of the women at the Eureka Stockade.
Call 5338 4641 for more information, or just show up.
Peacebus.com captain and artist, Graeme Dunstan, who is also the lantern maker for the Dawn Walk devised the banner design.
The Eureka Women's Sewing Circle is a community animation project of the Eureka Rising and Eureka 150 celebrations and it is sponsored by the Eureka Stockade Memorial Association.
Monday, 9:30 am
Eureka Memorial Hall
Stawell Street South, Eureka
Most of this text paraphrased from original media release- 28 October 2004.
Ph: 5338 7815
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