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Celebrate 100 Years of Croquet in SA

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by Jenny Pickett (subscribe)
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Learn how to play croquet at this free SA History event
On Sunday, 6th May, from 10am until 4pm, Croquet SA will be holding an open day at its headquarters (corner of Hutt Road/Glen Osmond Road, Adelaide), to celebrate its 100th year as part of South Australia's History Festival.

This is a free event, with disabled access and free parking available onsite - bookings are essential (book online via www.croquetsa.com.au). Participants will be provided with croquet equipment and guidance on how to play (please wear flat, enclosed shoes). Participants are welcome to get into historical character, with prizes being awarded for best period costume.

Food and beverages will be available to purchase (cash only - as there are no EFTPOS or ATM facilities at the club).
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Why? A South Australia's History Festival event
Phone: Contact Cathy Leske via ph: (08) 8271 6586
Where: South Australian Croquet Association
Cost: Free (bookings essential - book online via www.croquetsa.com.au)
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