Eudunda Heritage Window Display – January 2021

January 2021! Happy New Year! 
Let’s hope it is a better one for everyone.
Australia Day is the inspiration for the Eudunda Family Heritage Gallery’s window dresser this month.

Volunteer and Committee Member Delilah Balmer has create a simple, patriotic and typical old style Australian Picnic window display again this month. Well Done!

There is also a new display on the right hand side windows as well featuring some of Colin Thiele’s Book covers.

 If you haven’t had a look in the Gallery for quite a while, Pop in!
Open Friday, Saturday and Sundays every week.

The new times are:
Friday: 11am-3pm
Saturday: 11am-3pm
Sunday:  11am-3pm

PS – The Gallery is looking for Volunteers to help – check out this page

Eudunda Heritage Christmas Window Display – December 2020

December is here! Christmas is almost upon us and has inspired the Eudunda Family Heritage Gallery’s window dresser this month.

Volunteer and Committee Member Delilah Balmer has create a simple, elegant window display again this month. Well Done!

If you visit the Heritage Gallery and look through the archives, you will find many more times over the previous 150 years of European settlement that the farmers have struggled too. If you haven’t had a look in the Gallery for quite a while, Pop in! Open Friday, Saturday and Sundays every week.

The new times are:
Friday: 11am-3pm
Saturday: 11am-3pm
Sunday:  11am-3pm

Don’t forget to join in on the Galleries Christmas Raffle. 
The baskets are loaded with goodies and you have to be in it to win it.

PS – The Gallery is looking for Volunteers to help – check out this page

Eudunda Heritage Washing Day Window Display – November 2020

It would seem that the regular appearance of storms and rain has inspired the Eudunda Family Heritage Gallery’s window dresser this month. Volunteer and Committee Member Delilah Balmer has a real knack for window displays and this months was indeed very topical.

After three years of drought the farmers started out with what had promised a good season. Growth wise, it has been good, with rain coming regularly to help the crops grow. It has been great for our gardens (and the weeds too).

Sadly now that ‘hay season’ has been in full steam the rain has not stopped. Farmers have struggled to find enough time between the rain to dry thier hay out for baling.

For many farmers recent rain has all but ruined the remaining crop, now not fit to sell, and only good for on farm use, and as most farmers have less stock due to the drought they have less ability use of the spoilt hay.

It appears at a point where for many, that this year may well be treated as the forth year of drought, not because of the lack of rain, but for the lack of production of goods for income.

If you visit the Heritage Gallery and look through the archives, you will find many more times over the previous 150 years of European settlement that the farmers have struggled too. If you haven’t had a look in the Gallery for quite a while, Pop in! Open Friday, Saturday and Sundays every week.

The new times are:
Friday: 11am-3pm
Saturday: 11am-3pm
Sunday:  11am-3pm

PS – The Gallery is looking for Volunteers to help – check out this page

Eudunda Heritage Umbrellas Window Display – August 2020

The Eudunda Family Heritage Gallery window displays are always fascinating to study. They endevour to have a new display each month.

EFHG Committee Member, Delilah Balmer has always had a great talent for window dressing, and this month is quite unique featuring a study of umbrellas and is quite colourful.

If you get a chance, stop by and check it out.

If you haven’t had a look in the Gallery for quite a while, Pop in! Open Friday, Saturday and Sundays every week.

PS – The Gallery is looking for Volunteers to help – check out this page