The National Pioneer Women's Hall of Fame currently offers three exhibits.
Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Lives
The very first women, either in Australia or their State or Territory, in their chosen field of endeavour.
Women at the Heart
Women born here and those who came to the centre of this vast dry continent Australia, and stayed.
Domestic equipment, craftwork and other artifacts traditionally considered "women's work."
Film Night, "Don't Call Me Girlie"Come and join us for our first film night of the year, being held as part of the Alice Springs Heritage Festival. Discover, or rediscover, the role women played in the early Australian film industry, from the beginning to the 1940's. "Don't Call Me Girlie" features film extracts, interviews and archival footage to showcase the work of our early female film pioneers. BYO picnic or soups and curries will be available for purchase.Saturday 23rd April, 6.30pm for a 7pm film start. Adults $10, conc $7 and child $5
Stories from the Heart
This series of live interviews with Central Australia's quiet achievers takes place on the second Sunday of each month. The discussions promote collective learning and compassion by showcasing leadership and the rich heritage and perspectives of our region. Our guests in coming months include Jose Petrick and Maya Cifali. Stay tuned for more information. $5 adults, $3 pensioners and members, children listen or play for free.