Spring in the garden

Public programs and events



Today was another great Heritage on Sunday at the Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum. This month the theme was ‘Spring in the Garden’ and the weather was very kind considering some in the last week.

As well as view the many museum displays and the working blacksmith, visitors were able to meet the Friends of Anstey Hill, Trees for Life, Adelaide Snake Catchers and The Orchid Club of SA. Many visitors also purchased a potted plant to start off spring in their own garden.

Gill Starks introduced our newest display - ‘Carts to Cars’. Geoff Francis spoke of the background to the display and the involvement of the Tea Tree Gully Lions Club. The display was declared open by Amanda James from History SA, which provided a grant towards the interpretation work. The designer, Richard Browning, was on hand to view the final implementation.




My wife and I had a great afternoon. The opening of the exhibit was well done, didn't know who were the people who did the carts up, but I do now.

Glad you had a great afternoon James, and learnt something about the museum and the people behind all the hard work they do. We love working with this volunteer group.  

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