Winter is here but that’s no reason to go into hibernation. There’s still so much happening around our state this weekend, whatever the weather.
What’s on: Cabaret Fringe Festival, German Film Festival and Winter warmers
ON THE FRINGE
Don’t miss out on the Cabaret Fringe Festival, from June 3 to 13, with a huge range of independent cabaret shows to choose from. Highlights include Carla Anita Mattiazzo’s The Catchelorette, Monski Mouse’s Baby Disco Dance Hall and Space Club Cabaret – an intergalactic spaceship cabaret bar. The festival is the perfect warm up to the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, which begins on Friday, June 11.
WARM UP BY THE FIRE
Serafino Wines is hosting two Winter Chill sessions throughout June to get you out of hibernation. Enjoy live music from Graham Lawrence and Dylan Smith, indulge in delicious Italian street food and don’t forget the marshmallows. There will be fire pits to keep you toasty, so there’s no excuse for missing out. Events will take place on Friday, June 4 and Friday, June 25.
GERMAN FILM FESTIVAL
Films made and produced in German return in a nationwide festival to Australian cinemas showcasing the best cinematic talent Germany has to offer. The festival includes a stellar line up of award-winning dramas and box-office comedies, as well as documentaries and a selection of short films. The German Film Festival is showing at Palace Nova Eastend and Prospect from June 2 to 20.
The Myer Centre in the heart of the Adelaide CBD shopping precinct, Rundle Mall celebrates its 30th anniversary this June. To celebrate this incredible milestone, the Myer Centre will be throwing a 10-day celebration taking influence from the iconic ’90s pop culture of its founding decade. From June 4 to 13 the ground floor will feature multiple pop-ups, games and interactive experiences for customers. There will be plenty of giveaways, prizes to be won and entertainment for the whole family.
CLARE VALLEY SHORT WALKS
Discover the Clare Valley on foot with six new short walks, ranging from one to four hours. Walkers will find signs detailing maps, estimated walking times and other useful information at the beginning of each walk, with a QR Code to take you to the regional website for more details. Whether you are looking to take an easy stroll or after a more serious trek, you will be able to choose from the different walks highlighting views, terrains and locations around the Clare Valley.
VOLUNTEERS CALL OUT
Volunteering SA&NT, the peak body for volunteering in South Australia, is calling for South Australians to put up their hand to volunteer. With the pandemic leaving a shortage of volunteers to undertake essential work in the community, organisations are struggling to re-engage or recruit volunteers. If you have ever thought about volunteering, now is the time to do it. There are hundreds of positions available with some great organisations.
For more of what’s happening around SA this month, pick up the June issue of SALIFE magazine, out now.
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