Out & About
During Harmony Week we celebrated the diverse cultures with an intercultural parade, music and dance performances, and a mini-market.
We also enjoyed multicultural cuisine at the Jack Young Centre, a musical Giggle Time at The Mawson Lakes Library, a performance by the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra at the Burton Community Hub, and a morning tea at the Para Hills Community Hub.
We had a busy time celebrating National Reconciliation Week. We started with a talk from a local elder who spoke about keeping up the momentum for change.
We held a special Giggle Time with the MFS and ended the week with a cooking session with our local youth.
The City of Salisbury’s art competition, the Watershed Creative Prize, once again saw stunning artwork submissions in traditional and alternative mediums that embraced the theme of sustainability. A special event was held where the winners of each category were announced, with artists invited to attend to view the finalist artworks.
We had an amazing time at the Salisbury Community Fun Day @ Ingle Farm, where the inflatables provided non-stop entertainment
Families flocked to Mawson Lakes for the inaugural event featuring a trail of illuminated, inflatable sculptures around the Mawson Lakes precinct.
Kids especially enjoyed the daytime activities where a giant turtle inflatable turned into a storytelling theatre with an inflatable EcoMaze, followed by a costume parade.
Students from Riverdale Primary School helped us plantover 800 trees along the Little Para River. The project aims to enhance and conserve natural habitat.
There was a massive turnout for the annual Salisbury.RUN held at Carisbrooke Park.