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by Georgina Tselekidis (subscribe)
Freelancer and aspiring journalist from Adelaide. Visual Arts graduate & current journalism student. Fashion, lifestyle, entertainment, art & food. I also write for The Adelaidian // theadelaidian.net/author/georgina-tselekidis
Published April 12th 2016
Discover more about your local community with these events
If you're a resident of the eastern region of Adelaide, and are looking for events close to home, look no further. Things are definitely happening around this side of town, despite the change in weather. We're truly blessed with bustling hot spots comprising the Eastern Suburbs, and what better way to experience it all than with family and friends.

Adelaide, Taste Glynde, Eastern Suburbs, SA, Events, April
Photo Courtesy of Glynde Corner Facebook Page


Tasting Australia brings you Taste Glynde, a perfect Sunday soiree to add to your calendar. Glynde is an ever-growing local destination filled with a variety of food manufacturing businesses and stores.

It's a popular food hub, and is home to many cafes that pride themselves on quality produce, such as pasta, gelato, coffee, cheese, confectionary, pastries and more. Taste Glynde will comprise live cooking demonstrations, live music and entertainment, and food sampling of locally produced food and wine. The kids will be entertained with cooking classes and activities, to make Taste Glynde an exceptional free family event. Located at Robert Menz, 71 Glynburn Road, Glynde.



Who can deny discounted movie tickets? The Regal Theatre will be hosting this family friendly film event, featuring Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. Tickets are only $10, and light refreshments will also be provided. Embrace the Burnside community by visiting and supporting a local suburban theatre.

Haigh's Chocolates, Adelaide, SA, Events, Easten Suburbs, Adelaide, Burnside, Library
Photo Courtesy of Haigh's Chocolates Facebook


Additionally, A History of Haigh's Chocolates, presented by Author Professor Barbara Santich at the Burnside Library is a must for any chocolate enthusiast. Learn more about the history of the first 25 Years of Haighs Chocolates with a personal insight into the history of chocolate in Australia. Of course, chocolate sampling is bound to make this night even better.

A History of Haigh's Chocolates is part of the Burnside History Festival, running from 1-31 May 2016.
. Bookings are essential, and can be made via Eventbrite.

It doesn't stop there, Unley will also be joining in the fun in their indulgent afternoon experience and ladies discovery tour, comprising a guided visit to a variety of Unley Road's established businesses. Secrets of Unley Road North invites guests to learn more about Unley's participating businesses by exclusively meeting the owners, partaking in unique activities, demonstrations, treatments and workshops, as well as a generous VIP gift bag to fill at Chique CosMedical Skin and Body Solutions, Ladybeads and FacePaint.

Each location awaits with a glass of bubbly for each guest, and a decadent Viet-Asian fusion dinner to follow at Maid Mice Book your tickets today to avoid disappointment, as this chic event is bound to be an April standout.

Adelaide, SA, Ladies Tour, Girls Day Out, April, Unley, Events, Eastern Suburbs
Photo Courtesy of Secrets of Unley Facebook


Adelaide, SA, Ladies Tour, Girls Day Out, April, Unley, Events, Eastern Suburbs
Photo Courtesy of Secrets of Unley Facebook


Adelaide, Campbelltown, Council, Eastern Suburbs, Free, Event, SA, Family, Fun, Community
Photo Courtesy of Sharefest Facebook


The Campbelltown City Council has put together Sharefest, a unique market place for all to enjoy. Bring along ten items that are no longer needed and in good condition, or you don't have to bring anything at all, simply enjoy the simplicity of sharing with others. Clothing, books, DVDS, seedlings, jewellery, art, linen and utensils are encouraged. Mingle with the Campbelltown community or give away hoarded items, because "Sharing is the new shopping".

You don't need to travel far to discover upcoming events in Adelaide, explore your neighbourhood and you'll find that some are just around the corner.
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