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Adelaide Mosque: From the Cameleers to Contemporary Times

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Join historian Pamela Rajkowski OAM and the Imam of Adelaide Mosque for a journey through history. Learn about the cameleers' contributions to...
When: (SOLD OUT) Thu 13 May, 2-4pm
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Free
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Queer Migrations

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The University of Adelaide, RMIT, and the History Trust of South Australia are carrying out a research project funded by the Australian Research...
When: Wed 26 May, 6-7.30pm
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Free
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German Adelaide: North Adelaide

Whether on top of the hill or along Melbourne Street, German Australians lived and made their mark in North Adelaide. Take a jaunt through North...
When: Sun 9 & 30 May, 9am (approx. 2 hrs)
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Per Person: $25.00
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Migration: For Better or Worse?

Historian Dr Lois Zweck examines the experiences of German and Wendish migrants to South Australia in the mid-1800s and discusses how much their...
When: Thu 20 May, 11am (approx. 90 mins)
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Free
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Imagine The Past: Schmidt-Rodert Hof and Bakeoven

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The Schmidt-Rodert Hof is the oldest surviving Prussian farm complex in the Hahndorf township. The property is a time tunnel taking you from...
When: Sun 2 May, 11am-3pm
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By donation
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Remembering Loveday Internment Camp - Adelaide

The Loveday Internment Camp was established near Barmera in the Riverland during the Second World War to detain mainly German, Japanese and Italian...
When: Thu 13 May, 6-7.30pm
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Free
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Barwell Boys: South Australia’s British Farm Apprentices

This pop-up display explores the stories of the boys who migrated from the United Kingdom to South Australia under the Barwell and Little Brothers...
When: Every day in May, during Civic Centre open hours
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Free
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Connecting Fragments

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Since the Adelaide Holocaust Museum and Andrew Steiner Education Centre opened its doors, many compelling hidden stories reflecting South Australian...
When: Every Thu in May, 2-6pm; Sun 2, 9, 16 & 23 May, 1-3pm
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Adult: $10.00 Concession: $8.00
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German Adelaide: Community

The section of Adelaide bounded by Gawler Place, Grenfell, Angas and Frome Streets, was the centre of the German community in the city. This...
When: Thu 6 May, 9am & Sun 23 May, 12pm (approx. 2 hrs)
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Per Person: $25.00
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Barossa German Heritage Tour

Starting at Klemzig, learn about the various migrations of Germanic and Wendish peoples to the Barossa, but in a bus not a wagon! Includes audio...
When: Sat 8 May, 8.30am-4.30pm
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Per Person: $90.00
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