SA History Festival events in City South
The SA History Festival is in full swing for the month of May and there are a number of events and exhibitions happening in the City South Precinct. We have done the hard work of going through the myriad of listings in the Festival program, and identifying the things happening in our Patch.
The participating venues are listed below with each event happening there linked to relevant History Festival website page. Be sure to get out and celebrate our City’s rich history!
PULTENEY GRAMMAR – 206 South Tce Adelaide
SOUTH WEST COMMUNITY CENTRE – 171 Sturt St Adelaide
Afghan Cameleer Herbalists and Community of South-West Adelaide (Guided Tour/Talk)
Children’s Adventure Story Workshop: William Light’s Voyage to School (Workshop)
Stories of Growing Up in the South West (Talk)
Walter Torode Dardanelles / Gallipoli Memorial & WW1 Wattle League Ambulances (Guided Tour/Talk)
William Light: Son of Kedah (Talk/School Program)
WEST TERRACE CEMETERY – 161 West Terrace Adelaide.
A Brave Few (Guided Tour)
Beliefs, Attitudes & Customs (Self Guided Tour)
From Housewives to Heroines (Guided Tour)
Heritage Highlights (Self Guided Tour)
Natural Heritage (Self Guided Tour)
Stories of the Everyday (Self Guided Tour)
Tales & Treasures (Guided Tour)
Unfortunate Ends & Peculiar Practices (Guided Tour)
Walking With ANZACs (Guided Tour)
West Terrace Cemetery by Night (Guided Tour/Performance)
STURT STREET COMMUNITY SCHOOL –
See flier below for Tour details (no History Festival page link available)