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Film: Fighting to Farm

Screening of the new film Fighting to Farm and student documentaries of local identities. Fighting to Farm chronicles the remarkable tale of returned World War Two veterans and their families who created farms and communities across the undeveloped western end of Kangaroo Island. The one-hour documentary features interviews with original Soldier Settlers Des Johnston, Dudley Roberts and Cec Harris, as well as Ivy Wooton, wife of the late Tom Wooton.

Presented by Parndana Soldier Settlement Museum


Sun 9 & 16 May, 10am-1pm


Parndana Soldier Settlement Museum, Wedgewood Rd, Parndana




Pat Brooksby, 0428 842 853,


Family Friendly Wheelchair Access Full Toilet Facilities

Accessible toilets in Memorial Hall next door.

Event capacity: 20


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