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Monaro, 1945 (Walkerville Library History Collection, courtesy Immanuel College)

WOW Talks: Walkerville's Homes with History – Holmwood & Monaro

The Women of Walkerville (WOW) present an eclectic complement of speakers for their May talks. Local historian Lyn O’Grady discusses Walkerville’s homes with history – Holmwood and Monaro. Two mansions built for two brothers, side by side on Devonshire Street. William Austin Horn was in the right place at the right time when copper was discovered at Moonta. This was the foundation of the family’s future as stockbrokers, vignerons, mining magnates and politicians. An illustrated presentation on two mansions, two brothers, and subsequent owners. Wine and nibbles on arrival. Funds raised go to the Women of Walkerville Foundation charities. Bookings essential.

Presented by Town of Walkerville


Wed 19 May, 6-7pm


Walkerville Town Hall, 66 Walkerville Terrace, Gilberton


Per Person: $10.00

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Town of Walkerville, 8342 7100,


Open Doors Bookings Essential Wheelchair Access Full Toilet Facilities

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Event capacity: 40


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