Posts about Gawler
Sharyn and Michelle discuss all of the fantastic events happening at Gawler Community House over the next few weeks including the AGM, classes for all ages, sausage sizzles and Jam sessions. They also discuss the Op Shop, preparations for The Haven and all of the wonderful volunteers who enjoy donating their time to Gawler Community […]
Iris Crouch might be in her 90s and have a broken back, but whenever she sits down to play the organ she counts herself as one of the luckiest women alive.
In the early 1930’s South Gawler won 3 premierships in 5 years, you could buy bacon for 1 shilling a pound, and a young Shirley Davidson and her family moved to town.
After 6 months of hard work the Gawler Oral History Project is almost ready to launch – we’re about to make history!
Posted by David Ward on February 8, 2017 at 11:47 pm
The Gawler Community Gallery was quick off the mark this year with their first exhibition for 2017 opening on the 5th January.
Posted by David Ward on November 30, 2016 at 1:48 am
Drums by Peter Thompson The last exhibition for 2016 is now open at The Gawler Community Art Gallery and will run until Sunday 18th December. It is a strong exhibition featuring the watercolours of Lorraine Winchester, with Drum and Shaker sculpture and abstract paintings in oils and acrylics by Peter Thompson. Join Marilyn as she […]
With Christmas approaching, Marilyn talks with Rod McKenzie, Chair of The Gawler Suicide Prevention Community Group about being present for our loved ones who are suffering over the holiday season