History Festival events in the City South Precinct during May!

This year’s History Festival happens across the month of May with events throughout the State.
We have scoured the online guide (there are no printed guides this year)
and have collated the events occurring in our Patch.
Click on the title of each event to check out all the details on the History Festival event page.

Erb’n’Flo Coffee Bar – 153 Sturt St Adelaide
City South History Exhibition presented by City South Associaition

Adelaide South West Community Centre – 22 Stamford Ct, Adelaide
Adelaide Mosque: From the Cameleers to Contemporary Times

Duke Of Brunswick Hotel – 207 Gilbert St, Adelaide
The Mysterious Bert Edwards: King of Adelaide’s West End

Multicultural Communities Council of SA – 113 Gilbert St, Adelaide
Our Quiet Women Achievers Who Empowered A Colourful Community
New Land New Hope

National Council of Women House – 95 South Tce, Adelaide
Women’s Voices: Suffrage, Advocacy, Social Justice, Change

SAPHIL House – 22 Gray Ct, Adelaide
Sir Hubert Wilkins: A Man Before His Time
Picture Postcard Display and Open Day at SAPHIL House
Open Day: All About Stamp Collecting

South Parklands – Cnr Sir Lewis Cohen Dr & South Tce, Adelaid
Walking Sugar Gum Avenue

St Mary Magdalene’s Anglican Church – 26 Moore St, Adelaide
St Mary Magdalene’s Church: Alive to the Needs of the City

St Luke Church – 31 Whitmore Sq, Adelaide
Holy Sunday Self-Guided Bicycle Trail

West Terrace Cemetery – West Tce, Adelaide
Beliefs, Attitudes & Customs Interpretive Trail.
CEO’s Talk: The History of West Terrace Cemetery
Mavericks, Madness and Murder Most Foul!
Monumental Masons Day, Symbolism Tour and Book Launch
Natural Heritage Interpretive Trail
Stories of the Everyday Interpretive Trail
Trailblazing Women Interpretive Trail
Drowning, Not Waving

181 Sturt St, Adelaide
Multicultural South West Self-Guided Walking Trail