South Australian Country Women’s Association Christmas Tree Festival | 29 & 30 Nov 2013

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The South Australian Country Women’s Association Christmas Tree Festival will be held over the last weekend of November and will feature hand decorated trees, a variety of stalls, face painting, a Devonshire morning and afternoon tea, as well as a sausage sizzle!  The festival will be staged on the upper floor of the SACWA State Office, while the stalls will be set in their delightful Kent Town gardens at 30 Dequetteville Terrace.

ABC’s Peter Goers will open the Festival at 11.00am on the Friday, to be followed by the SACWA Singers. These talented ladies will again entertain at 1.00pm.  Between 6.00pm – 6.45pm Jeannie Kelso will delight with her harp playing.

On Saturday, the entertainment will include The Highclere Trio (on flute, whistle and guitar), as well as soloist Lorraine Kempf, accompanied by Joan Atkinson on piano.

Entry to the garden and entertainment is free, Devonshire Tea $5 and entry to the Christmas Tree Display is $2.  A variety of stalls will offer Christmas goodies and gifts for sale, and there’ll be a display of Christmas Trees and Nativity Scenes presented by Branches from all over the State.

Funds raised will support the charitable work of the South Australian Country Women’s Association who have been serving the community since 1929.  The SACWA are not for profit, non party political and non sectarian. The organisation is made up of volunteers who work to promote the welfare and conditions of life for women and children, of all ages, whether in the city or country.  To learn more about the SACWA click here.

What:  South Australian Country Women’s Association Christmas Tree Festival

When:  Friday 29 November 2013 – 10:30am to 8pm | Saturday 30 November 2013 – 10:30am to 4pm

Where:  30 Dequetteville Terrace, Kent Town

Who:  Everyone

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