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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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Murray River, Lakes & Coorong
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Round House Revamp!

The Round House is offering free guided tours to History Festival patrons, showcasing the exciting changes being made as part of the revitalisation...
When: Every Sat & Sun in May, 11am-3pm
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Free
Riverland
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Seeds of Time

A multimedia display of the development and significance of agriculture in Berri and its surrounds through early pioneering and soldier settler...
When: Every day in May, during Visitor Centre opening hours
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Free
Adelaide South
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Embroidery and Vestment Display

A display of embroidery and vestments from the collection of St George's Anglican Church, Goodwood. Many of the vestments are made in the arts...
When: Sat 1 & 15 May, 10am-4pm; Sun 2 May, 12-4pm
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Riverland
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Loveday Internment Camp Display

A multimedia display of the Loveday Internment Camp and its significance to the region, the community and the war effort...
When: Throughout May: Mon to Fri 9am-4pm, Sat & Sun 10am-1pm
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Free
Adelaide City
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‘The key to...’

Bluey Boronia has a fascination with ephemeral objects, tokens and trinkets. Keys and keyrings often represent a community connection, an adventure...
When: Throughout May: Mon to Wed 10am-4pm & Thu & Fri 10am-6pm
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Free
Barossa
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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
Adelaide South
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Vogue Theatre (1939) History Tour

Cinema played an important part in Adelaide society during WWII. The iconic Vogue Theatre opened within weeks of the outbreak of war. This beautiful...
When: Wed 12 May, 7-8.30pm; Sat 22 & Wed 26 May, 10.30am-12pm
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Riverland
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Bonney Theatre Replica on Display

Miniature artist Joy Engleson has spent over six years and nearly 7,000 hours making a replica model of Barmera’s Bonney Theatre...
When: Contact Barmera Library for dates and times
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Free
Riverland
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Barmera History Display: Barmera Hotel Foyer

Early history display of the township of Barmera and surrounding area, making historical connections with the 2021 Barmera Centenary Celebrations...
When: Every day in May, during Barmera Hotel opening hours
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