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Three Lost Children – 150 Years On

June 22, 2017

This week, I was in Daylesford and picked up a flyer from the information centre detailing commemorative events to remember the story of the Three Lost Children of Daylesford.

This year marks 150years since the children went missing.  The major event, Hollow  presented by Tripwire Theatre Inc.  premieres at the Daylesford Town Hall on June 30.

As well as Hollow, there are a few events happening around Daylesford:

Thursday 29 2017, 2pm 
Greg Pyers: Three Lost Children Author Talk at the Daylesford Library

Friday 30 June 2017 – Sunday 2 July
Hollow – a dramatic play performed by TRIPWIRE at the Dayesford Town Hall

Saturday 01 July – Sunday 30 July 
Commemorative Exhiition at the Daylesford Museum 1.30-4.30 Saturdays and Sundays

Friday 30 June, 9am
Bushwalk following a section of the Three Lost Children Walk
Assemble at the Three Lost Children Monument on Central Springs Road, opposite
Mill Market.

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Monument to the Three Lost Children at Daylesford Cemetary

 

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