HAND TOOL PRESERVATION ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA
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The Hand Tool Preservation Association of Australia, an incorporated not-for-profit organisation, has something to offer you by encouraging these interests and perhaps reviving earlier memories. As a heritage group we provide a forum for discussing traditional tools and the way in which artisans of the past worked with these tools, recognising the skill and ingenuity of their efforts.
The HTPAA meet at Box Hill Community Arts Centre (BHAC) on the third Tuesday of alternate months, starting from January. Meetings usually have a speaker on a topic of interest to members, and guests are always welcome to attend, (there is no charge).
The HTPAA thanks the Whitehorse City Council for their continued support in providing a meeting venue at a subsidised rate.
The HTPAA would like to inform interested parties that we are have formed an association with the Box Hill Institute of TAFE (BHI), whereby the HTPAA extensive library of Tools and Trade related books and literature will be indexed in the BHI library catalogue. This specialised collection of books is unparalleled in Australia, and members will be able to order books online for personal pickup or pickup from HTPAA bi-monthly meetings. BHIT community and public will have access to the collection as a reference library.The HTPAA hosts a three tool sales per year, held at Glenferrie Primary School, 80 Manningtree, Road Hawthorn, Vic 3122 ( Melways 45 C11 )
Tool Community Announcements:
The next HTPAA Tool Sale will be held on 13 July 2014
The HTPAA will be attending and holding a display at Gulf Station on Sunday 27th April at the "Lost Traditions" day, helpers to contact President Ian Stagg.
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