Friday 7 October 2016 10am - 5pm, Saturday 8 October 9am- 4pm
100 exhibitors, 98 presentations, 47 speakers. Day tickets will be available, but pre-book by 30 September to go into the $3000 prize draw, have priority access to presentations & to receive newsletters leading up to the expo. Additional workshops and presentations available for a fee.
Saturday 1 - Sunday 30 October 2016, Wednesday to Friday 11am-4pm, weekends 10am-4pm
Augmented with items from the Embroiderers' Guild of SA Museum, History SA's travelling exhibition offers a glimpse into the lives of children living in South Australia over successive generations, in both the happy and more challenging times.
Join us for a lively event of insight and inspiration from the world's most progressive and provocative museum makeover artist. One night only in Adelaide and Frank's first Australian speaking engagement!
The garden at Beaumont House will be open to the public under the Open Gardens SA scheme. Come along and discover the lovingly restored gardens and learn about the early history of theses experimental gardens and the remnant olive grove.
The History Council of South Australia proudly presents their 2016 Annual Country Lecture in association with Gladstone History Group and Rocky River Historic & Art Society of Laura. Dr Philip Butterss (Senior Lecturer, University of Adelaide) author of An Unsentimental Bloke, the Life and Work of CJ Dennis, will talk about the life CJ Dennis, and the influences which his writings have had on several generations of Australians.
Guest speaker Professor Chris Daniels, University of South Australia will take a look at the role played by trees and gardens in creating sustainable communities by using the environmental history of Adelaide as a case study.