Celebrate SA History month this May
Staff from Tea Tree Gully Library have blown the dust off their old photo albums and uncovered evidence of their 90s lives. There’s baby snaps, school days, frilly formals, moody university shots and of course, the daggy family photos – everyone’s got one it seems.
You can also relive 90s video games from May 16-22, when a special Timezone parlour will be set up in the library.
You may also enjoy:
- Author talk: Women at Gallipoli
Tuesday 10 May
Historian and author John Howell will speak about the role of women in the Gallipoli conflict
- Brandy to box wine: a history of Angoves Tea Tree Gully
Wednesday 11 May
Join wine expert Roger Wyatt for a fun and informative evening that will look at the history of wine
- History at 100km per hour
Friday 13 May
Uncover the history of one of Adelaide’s greatest transport systems as you speed along the O-Bahn.
SA History Festival Manager Allison Russell says, ‘Make the most of May: it is your best chance for time travel.’ It’s one of the best times of the year to get stuck into the history of the incredibly rich and diverse state that is South Australia.
See the full SA History Month program here