Pick up The Advertiser newspaper on Saturday 8 April to get your copy of the official 2017 History Festival program.
Grab a program for South Australia’s History Festival in The Advertiser on Saturday 8 April and schedule your entire month of May!
Have you ever wanted to see inside Glenside Hospital’s infamous Z Ward? Or get underground, in the Treasury tunnels? Or do you want to know about the poet who never lived, or the notorious body in the freezer? Read more about Grab a program for South Australia’s History Festival in The Advertiser on Saturday 8 April and schedule your entire month of May! >
Monday 6 March
Cumberland Park Community Centre
390 Goodwood Rd
Join us for a series of free workshops designed to help you promote your events for the 2017 History Festival. Read more about Bringing them through the door: marketing workshop for Event Organisers >
Do you have a South Australian story to share? Now is your chance to register an event for the 2017 History Festival in May. Read more about Now is your chance to register an event for the 2017 History Festival in May. >
Interested in presenting an event for South Australia’s History Festival?
Come along and meet the team and share your ideas with other event organisers. Read more about Event organiser workshops: Be part of the 2017 History Festival! >
Join us for a workshop that will help you to start the discussion about including more Indigenous history in your exhibitions, museums and history programs, History Festival events and more. Read more about Including Indigenous Histories >
Please note that due to unforeseen circumstances the event Hard Times, Hopeful Times Archaeology of Old Gluepot (near Waikerie) has been cancelled and will Read more about Event cancellation: Hard Times, Hopeful Times Archaeology of Old Gluepot >
140 guests enjoyed a special morning tea hosted by The Lady Mayoress of Adelaide, Genevieve Theseira-Haese, on Thursday 5 May. The event raised $2800 for Magdalene Centre, the Mary Potter hospice and MOSH.