Representatives of international education institutions, accommodation providers and other guests attended an international education update hosted by Insider Guides and StudyAdelaide at the UniLodge City Gardens.
The annual Winnovation Awards were launched recently, with nominations being sought to recognise South Australia’s most innovative women.
The month-long Guitars in Bars festival opened on the weekend with Hidden Hindmarsh, featuring performances in venues ranging from bars to barbers and florists.
Balfours Bakery celebrated its 165th anniversary with a Winter Warmer Experience evening attended by more than 200 guests at the Grand Lodge of Freemasons on North Terrace.
More than 200 people attended a celebration of the 130th anniversary of the Gawler Central Football Club at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
More than 150 guests attended People’s Choice Credit Union’s recent Members Event at Adelaide Oval.
The AUSVEG SA and William Buck Vegetable Industry Awards for Excellence were held last week at the Arkaba Hotel, recognising the contribution of South Australian growers.
The opening of the DreamBIG arts festival for schools and families was celebrated last Friday with an event at the Adelaide Festival Centre’s Space Theatre, where guests enjoyed a performance of the show New Owner.
More than 180 people attended the recent opening of three new JamFactory exhibitions – Materials Matter: A Bauhaus Legacy, Synergy and Collect.
The annual Hutt St Centre Business Lunch was held this week, with hundreds of guests from the South Australian business community helping raise funds for the centre.
Not-for-profit community housing provider Unity Housing recently hosted a networking breakfast to thank its contractors for helping provide secure homes for South Australians on low incomes.
Rebel – a ‘live circus rock tribute’ to David Bowie – hosted drinks for invited guests ahead of its official opening in the Wonderland Spiegeltent at Gluttony.
Guests at the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra’s first Gigs at Grainger event of 2019 – Now Meets Now – were treated to new works by composer and bassist Ross McHenry and pianist Matthew Sheens.
More than 90 people attended the opening night of singing cook Michelle Pearson’s Comfort Food Cabaret Fringe show at the Adelaide Central Market’s Community Kitchen.