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Adelaide is turning 175 years old which deserves a party
You might not believe this, but the city of Adelaide is turning 175 years old! This is a milestone for this small yet vibrant city, and in order to celebrate, the City Council have planned a party fit for the occasion.
Ladies and gentlemen, get your hats, parasols, bloomers, gloves and whatever old fashion attires you own (if you don't have any, this is a great excuse to go thrift shopping). Put together an easy meal with your family, pack a picnic blanket and head to Elder Park on Saturday 31 October, from 11am to 4pm.
This urban park will be transformed into a 1800s theme to commemorate becoming the first local government in Australia.
This free outdoor family event promises a day of fun where you can learn how to dance colonial style; hear the unique sound of a didgeridoo and give it a try; taste some real bush tucker; and mingle with, and share stories with other local people.
Adelaide City Council knows an event of this magnitude and style would not be complete without some tunes, which is why they have also arrange for "The Audreys" to play during the event and make your limbs move to their rhythms.
So if you have been waiting for an occasion to wear that vintage dress, why not cook up a storm to enjoy in the sun, or get the kids out to an all ages event, head to Elder Park and celebrate 175 years of little old Adelaide in pure 1800s style.