Hamiltonians share your memories with us !!
Have you got a story that you want to share with us ! It could be of your life in Hamilton or stories of your migration and settling down in Hamilton or some pictures or videos of events you have enjoyed in Hamilton.
Hamilton City Libraries is helping to create a digital knowledge basket of Hamilton memories for future generations to enjoy and everyone is invited to join the fun. The project aims to capture the memories of Hamilton and its communities through their stories, photographs, video and audio footage.
Community groups and individuals are invited to add their stories, digital images, videos, sounds, and documents to the site. Help us create a vibrant and interesting online resource that captures that true spirit of Hamilton.
It is free !! It is easy !! All you need to do is register.
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