Pictured right are local Red Cross President, Barb Wingrove and members, Faye Watkins and Beryl Stephen, making the recent presentation of a First Aid Cabinet to Brian Brock, President of the Lobethal Heritage Association.
The cabinet will be installed in Building 19 and will hopefully not be put to use … but it is good to know that it is there!
The Lobethal Heritage Association are very grateful to the Red Cross for making this donation!
Held on Friday, March 9th, was the opening of the new Lobethal Mill Shop, â€œCreswickâ€. Continue reading
Combined Church Service at the National Motor Museum.
An estimated 300 Christians from all the local Churches in the Torrens Valley attended the Combined Church Service, which was held on the banks of the River Torrens in glorious sunshine on Sunday, March 4th.
Bishop Greg Oâ€™Kelly SJ spoke of the history of the season of Lent in memory of the 40 days Jesus spent in the dessert fasting and praying before he began his Ministry. Continue reading
NAIRNE MAIN STREET from 11AM to 3PM
SUNDAY, MARCH 11TH
Founders Day 2007 will be a day not to be missed!
There will be music, entertainment, food, games, displays, wine tasting, many stalls and much more!
Amos Howard, the discoverer of subterranean clover, is the featured Founder for 2007. Continue reading
Holly & the Buddies World Tour of the Adelaide Hills
Popular Adelaide retro rock ‘n’ roll band, Holly and the Buddies, is set to launch their ‘World Tour of the Adelaide Hills’, when they appear over four consecutive weekends at major Hills events during the month of March.
The band, which regularly plays in and around Adelaide, performs music by famous 50s and 60s recording artists including Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, Buddy Holly, Cliff Richard, the Everly Brothers, Connie Francis and the Beatles. Continue reading