The Shed Current Meeting Program

The following is the future program covering our presentations, trips and activities. If there is an excursion on a particular Friday there may be no one at the Shed.

However we open the Shed on such occasions for those who wish to just socialise rather than go on a trip, so it is likely there will be some people there. Check the most recent newsletter.

For the Walks see further details on the Walking Activities page. For regular morning cycling around Canberra with coffee on shores of Lake Ginninderra see the Cycling page.

For an excel version of the program, past and present download HERE. Includes attendances in separate column

                                                           Current Shed Program


Note that many items below are only planned and the actual subject of talks or excursions may vary. TBC or TBA means the speaker or event To Be Confirmed or Advised

Note the program is suspended until further notice due to Govt decrees associated with Corona Virus

Date in 2020Description
2020-10-23Shed reopens. Bob Greeney will lead an open session where members will be invited to describe what they did to survive this year with the Corona Virus
TBABrett Yeats will speak to Melba Shed about the “ANU Film Group” and the movie SPIRAL
TBARhys Crawley – The History of ASIO
TBALuke Wensing more “Travellers Tales” ????
TBC: means “To be confirmed”; TBA: means “To be advised”
Suggestion for the Future Activities – Note that items below are only being considered. Any persons named are only indicative of the type of speaker/person that the Shed may invite
War Histories – author John Coate
Fitness – John Miller and/or Ashton Duncan of Forward Fitness
Excursions / VisitsCanberra
Excursion to Strathnairn Art Gallery (
Other local Mens Sheds e.g. Tuggeranong
Excursion to Bureau of Meteorology
Excursions / VisitsRegional
Visit Rocky Hill War Memorial at Goulburn depending on opening hours
Yass Area incl Hume’s Cottage now called Cooma Cottage
Winery Excursion
Railway Workshops Goulburn
Yass & District Historical Society Museum / Yass Railway Museum
Return excursion to the Age of Fishes Museum at Canowindra