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Birds and brunch at Lanyon Homestead
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Birds and brunch at Lanyon Homestead
31 March

Join COG (Canberra Ornithological Group) and a Lanyon guide as we hopefully catch a glimpse of the migrating Honeyeater.

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Lanyon Piano Master class - Erin Helyard
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Lanyon Piano Master class - Erin Helyard
14 April

Join Erin Helyard, Artistic Director of Pinchgut Opera, for a unique master class

Lanyon Piano Performance: Erin Helyard
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Lanyon Piano Performance: Erin Helyard
14 April

Listen to Erin Helyard play the 1840s Broadwood piano in the Lanyon drawing room or on the verandah in a unique and intimate performance of pieces from the era

Fly into the grassland!
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Fly into the grassland!
27 April

Discover birdlife around the cottage and paddocks – glimpse a wren hopping through the garden, or a magpie picking bugs beneath the grand old Yellow Box tree

Lanyon walk and talk: Music in the Lanyon outbuildings
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Lanyon walk and talk: Music in the Lanyon outbuildings
4 May

Since pastoral settlement began at Lanyon, music has been part of the lives of the different classes of people who lived and worked on the property

Workshop: Feltmaking at Mugga-Mugga
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Workshop: Feltmaking at Mugga-Mugga
18 May

Harking back to Mugga-Mugga’s shepherding history, learn the basics of feltmaking with the Canberra Region Feltmakers in this hands-on workshop

Within living memory
Exhibition
Within living memory

Within living memory presents oral histories focused on the lives and memories of the people who have lived and worked…

Getting it together
Exhibition
Getting it together

Getting it together includes early photographs, memorabilia and insights relating to the complex issues debated at the time of Federation.

The convict years
Exhibition
The convict years

The convict years explores Lanyon in the 1830s and 1840s when property owner James Wright and his assigned convicts lived…

Cunningham family album
Exhibition
Cunningham family album

An exhibition of historic photographs of Lanyon and the Cunningham family, who lived and worked here between 1849 and 1926.