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Childhood Cancer Awareness Month | September 2019

[ September 1, 2019 to September 30, 2019. ]
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
September isn’t just about the Royal Adelaide Show and Father’s Day – it’s also global Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. And this year, the Childhood Cancer Association brings both together.
The CCA will be at The Royal Adelaide Show with a fun stall including colouring-in competition for young children. And the CCA […]

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REM+ Tuition Pre-School Reading Programme | Terms 3 & 4 2019

[ July 22, 2019 to September 27, 2019. October 14, 2019 to December 13, 2019. ]
REM+ Tuition Pre-School Reading Programme
Starting School in 2020? REM+ Tuition’s Pre-School Phonics Reading Programme, written by Jenny Allen (Director of REM+ Tuition) is specifically for pre-readers and beginning readers from 4½ years of age.
The aim of this programme is to prepare young children for reading and for school in such a way that they will […]

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Phil Cummings: Stories Behind the Books | Exhibition at the State Library of SA | 18 Apr – 29 Sep 2019

[ April 18, 2019 to September 29, 2019. ]
Phil Cummings: Stories Behind the Books
This FREE interactive exhibition takes you into the creative mind of award-winning South Australian author Phil Cummings.
Editor’s Note: Due to popular demand, the Phil Cummings: Stories Behind the Books exhibition has now been extended to Sunday 29 September 2019 (previously was running until 21 July 2019).
From his first book, Goodness […]

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The Life. Unley’s Own, Returning Home Exhibition | Unley Museum | 9 May – 3 Oct 2019

[ May 9, 2019 to October 3, 2019. ]
The Life. Unley’s Own, Returning Home Exhibition – City of Unley and Flinders University
An exhibition exploring the lives and experiences of returned South Australian soldiers is now on display at Unley Museum.
The Life. Unley’s Own, Returning Home exhibition marks 100 years since soldiers who served on the frontline in WWI were returning home to resume […]

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