WHY not mark the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in the historic Linnwood House.
There you will find a display of military photos organised by the Friends of Linnwood to commemorate Remembrance Day.
‘‘We’ve got newspaper articles from the first and second world wars about local servicemen,’’ Friends of Linnwood president Dorothy Warwick said.
Linnwood was built in 1891 by George McCredie and is on 11 acres (nearly 4.5 hectares) at 25 Byron Road, Guildford.
There, on the lawn, you will find a councours of 60 cars from the Roll-Royce Owners’ Club of Australia on Sunday, November 11.
Cars from the Bentley Drivers Club will also be displayed.
Inside there will be arts and crafts stalls and bric-a-brac.
‘‘The men can drool over the cars while the women shop,’’ Mrs Warwick said.
The open day is from 11am to 4pm and includes an exhibition from the Carnival Glass Collectors Association, a performance by the Holroyd City Brass Band, and refreshments.
■Entrance to the house is $3 per person. Children under 5 are free. Details: 9632 9203.