Congratulations to Pauline Payne, a long-standing member of this Society, who is a joint winner of the History Council of SA’s Life-long History Achievement Award for 2019!
TOM PRICE - First Labor Premier of South Australia A plaque will be unveiled by the Hon. Steven Marshall, Premier of SA Brownhill Creek Recreation Park - 17 September at 10am Tom Price established the Tourist Bureau in 1908 He planted the first Plane tree in the Brownhill Recreation Park He was responsible for free education in … Continue reading Plaque to Tom Price in Brownhill Creek
Friday 16th August 2019 at Burnside City Uniting Church, Portrush Road, Tusmore This is the third annual Regenerating Places of Faith Conference. The event will continue the ongoing exploration of how church congregations and their neighbourhood communities can be strengthened by restoring and adapting historic church buildings as innovative places to meet and participate in … Continue reading Regenerating Places of Faith Conference
The Centre of Democracy is presenting a National Science Week panel, chaired by Dr Cassandra Star from Flinders University, that will provide an understanding of climate activism, investigating early examples and looking at key campaigns of the recent past. The panel will then turn to the future, considering developments including #SchoolStrikeforClimate, attitudes to science and civil society … Continue reading The evolution of Australian climate activism
The next meeting is on Friday 6 September 7.30 pm featuring Dr Carol Lefevre Quiet City: Walking in West Terrace Cemetery Like all old burial grounds, Adelaide’s West Terrace Cemetery is a liminal space – not quite in the world, but not quite out of it, either. Walking its roads and paths with only the … Continue reading September Meeting