Get out and about around the state this weekend and send off winter in style.
What’s on: Winter in the Adelaide Hills, Daffodil Day and Photographer of the Year exhibition
WINTER IN THE ADELAIDE HILLS
After being forced to postpone due to South Australia’s week-long lockdown in July, Winter Reds is on this weekend and is set to be a big one. Everyone’s favourite winter wine festival will run from August 27 to 29 in the Adelaide Hills. The annual event sees wineries open up their cellar doors, light the fire pit, crack open their wines and embrace the winter. This year’s theme is “What’s Your Red?” with wineries creating their own special experiences that champion the best of their red wines. There will be tutored tastings, parties, lunches of seasonal produce paired with wines, and a host of other events, all packed into one weekend.
GET YOUR HANDS ON HAHNDORF
This September Hahndorf will celebrate their rich linage of artisan culture over a month-long festival called Hahndorf. Handmade. Handcrafted. Handpicked, with more than 300 intimate events and experiences throughout the month. The 2021 event builds on the inaugural program last year to provide more ways to get your hands on Hahndorf, with more than 15 brand new events joining the program this year. There are events and activities for all ages and it all kicks off on Wednesday September 1.
The Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day will colour the world yellow on Friday, August 27. South Australians are encouraged to get involved and show their support for those affected by cancer by raising money with friends, family, at school or at work, or by donating to the appeal. The Cancer Council is the largest not-for-profit funder of cancer research in Australia and has financed life-changing breakthroughs in cancer research over the years.
The Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year exhibition will be on display at the South Australian Museum from Friday, August 27. The competition celebrates the natural heritage of the Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and New Guinea bioregions each year. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the natural world through stunning images by professional, emerging and junior photographers, who have shown impeccable patience, artistry and technique to capture incredible moments in time.
For more of what’s happening around SA this month, pick up the August issue of SALIFE magazine, out now.
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