A look back on the past

HISTORIC PASSION Harrison Collins, 21, put on a wonderful blacksmithing display at the Euroa Heritage Weekend. It’s an art he has been practicing for 15 years. It was one of the many displays that allowed locals and visitors to Euroa to get a taste of what life was like back in the 19th century. PHOTO: Tara Whitsed

EUROA’S historical society held its annual heritage weekend over the long weekend.

The Euroa Historical and Genealogical Society celebrated the rich history of the town from Saturday until Monday.

The weekend began with a nostalgic heritage walk along the town’s main street, Binney Street.

There were 26 eager walkers on Saturday to kick off a weekend paying homage to this historical town.

The Farmer’s Arms Hotel Museum was filled with local and travelling history enthusiasts on Sunday, who enjoyed various displays of historic practices.

David Joyce, one of many Joyces involved with the society, put on a corn shelling display.

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