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A Delicious Slice of History ()

A Delicious Slice of History

Jean Crowther presents the history of chocolate and the Quaker families of England. The history of chocolate from South America all the way to Yorkshire, and to South Australia, involves many stories – very serious colonial issues, social problems relating to religion and poverty; beginning with a small brown, bitter bean and ending with the delicious product that we all love.

Presented by Alexandrina Council


Sun 16 May, 2pm (approx. 70 mins incl. short interval)


Signal Point Gallery, 1 Cutting Rd, Goolwa Wharf




Arts & Cultural Development Officer, 8555 7289,


Family Friendly Wheelchair Access Full Toilet Facilities

Event capacity: 27


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