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Gawler's Pendragon: George Isaacs

Dr Anne Black will speak about George Isaacs, alias 'A Pendragon', a complex colonial character. In a life that spanned two hemispheres and two...
When: Wed 19 May, 2-3.30pm
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By donation
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Knuckle Bones to Techno

Tucked away in the Valley of Eden is a small chapel built in 1928, and during the History Festival, this unique building will host an intriguing...
When: Every Fri, Sat & Sun in May, 10am-3pm
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By donation
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Gawler's Labor History Walk

Murray Street in Gawler provides many locations that are significant in the town's industrial and political history. Local MP, Tony Piccolo and...
When: Sun 23 May, 2-3.30pm
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Free
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Gawler’s History: A Journey With Maps

Gawler’s maps take us on an exciting journey through Kaurna territory, native vegetation and landscape, from exploration to the town’s settlement.
When: Launch: Mon 10 May, 3.30-5pm. Exhibition: 10-24 May, during Civic Centre opening hours
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Launch: $5.00 Exhibition: Free
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Gawler South Local Heritage Walk

Gawler South, developed between 1857 and 1900, consisted mainly of workers' cottages for families associated with James Martin and May Bros foundries...
When: Sat 15 May, 2-4pm
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Per Person: $5.00 Child: free
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Williamstown: A Landscape of Historic Change

Join Martin Johnson talking about his latest book, ‘From Rabbit Traps to Cellar Doors' - stories, poetry and photographs from Williamstown, one...
When: Thu 20 May, 11.30am (approx. 60 mins)
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Free
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Gawler ‘Our Town' Podcasts

An opportunity for Gawler residents to record their school day memories and historical events relating to their families for the National Trust...
When: Every Wed in May, 10am-4pm
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Per Person: $5
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Not Just Tea and Scones: 80 Years of the Gawler SACWA

Gawler ‘Not just tea and scones!' Lots to see and hear about our 80 years of service to the Gawler community, from 1940 to 2020. The display...
When: 10-15 May: Mon 11am-5pm; Tue, Wed & Fri 9am-5pm; Thu 10am-6pm; Sat 9am-12pm
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Free
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The Haunts of Adelaide: Allen Tiller - Author Talk

Join Allen Tiller, one of Australia’s leading paranormal historians, as he introduces you to The Haunts of Adelaide. Allen will be discussing...
When: Thu 27 May, 6.30pm
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Free
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Hill & Son Grand Organ: Tour, Talk and Sound Taste

See, hear and experience the magnificent 1877 Hill & Son Grand Organ in the Barossa Regional Gallery. Tour the inner workings of the instrument.
When: Every Wed in May, 11.30am (approx. 30 mins)
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Per Person: $5.00 Child: Free
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Gawler Civic Centre Guided Tours

Explore the multi-award-winning refurbishment of the heritage-listed Gawler Institute and Town Hall buildings. Compare with historic photos to...
When: Throughout May: Tue & Sat 10am
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