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Kernewek Lowender: Copper Coast Cornish Festival

This much anticipated biennial event (the biggest Cornish Festival outside of Cornwall) has something for everyone: heritage, entertainment and Cornish food. Experience traditional activities including Maypole and Furry Dancing, street parade and pasty bake-off, concerts, Cornish ceremonies, markets, feasts, exhibitions and much more throughout the seven-day program of events. For full program visit: Live streaming of many events will be available. To comply with COVID directives bookings for all events, including free events, is essential. Bookings essential.

Presented by Kernewek Lowender


Mon 17 to Sun 23 May


Fer Kernewek Moonta Friday (fair and street parade), Starts: Military Rd, Moonta. Finishes: Moonta Football Oval, Milne Tce, Moonta
Rotary Village Fair: Victoria Sq, Digby St, Kadina
Bond Store Wallaroo Street Party: Owen Tce, Wallaroo
Classic Cavalcade of Cars, Starts: Viterra Marshalling Yards, off Magazine Rd, Wallaroo, Finishes: Football Oval, 1 Doswell Tce, Kadina



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Di McDowell, 8821 4500,


Family Friendly Bookings Essential Partial Wheelchair Access Toilets

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