The Eudunda Family Heritage Gallery Management Committee held thier annual ‘Friends of the Gallery’ Morning Tea Meeting on Wednesday, 9th Feb, 2022, at the Eudunda Hall.
The ‘Friends of the Gallery’ Morning Tea marks the birthday of the founding of the Eudunda Family Heritage Gallery, and as has been tradition, the current Eudunda Citizen of the Year, Helen Schiller was asked to cut the cake to mark the occasion.
To a smaller gathering than the previous year, due to a spike in COVID warnings causing some last minute cancellations, Eudunda Family Heritage Gallery Management Committee Chairperson Dot Bonner spoke of challenges and triumphs during the year, and of the exciting things planned for the year ahead by its Volunteers and Committee.
The Morning Tea is also traditionally where friends annual membership is paid, and Dot explained that Membership has remained the same for the last 25 years at $10, but in that time everything has risen in cost the Committee we will be increasing membership slightly next year.
IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO STILL SUPPORT THE GALLERY One year Friends of the Gallery this year remains at $10 or the 3 year membership for $30
or consider becoming a ‘Gold’ Friend of the Gallery for $100
Friends of the Gallery – Morning Tea on Wed. 10th Feb 2021 at 10:30am
At the Eudunda Town Hall
the Scarfe Sisters
who will speak about their new book
based on 3 generations of the family
at Anlaby Station
You are asked to wear your name tags and also to bring your money for the annual $10 membership fee (if joining).
Consider becoming a ‘Gold’ Friends of the Gallery for $100 or the 3 year membership for $30.
For those who are not ‘Friends of the Gallery’ please come along and join Its a great chance to chat with everyone!
Friends of the Gallery – Morning Tea
Wed. 12th Feb 2020 at 10:30am
Eudunda Town Hall
You are asked to wear your name tags and also to bring your money for the annual $10 membership fee.
Consider becoming a ‘Gold’ Friends of the Gallery for $100
or the 3 year membership for $30.
For those who are not ‘Friends of the Gallery’ please come along and join to support the Gallery and the district’s local heritage.
Its a great chance to chat with everyone and find out what happens too!
The Eudunda Town Hall came alive with history enthusiasts on Wednesday 6th Feb when the Friends of the Gallery Morning Tea for 2019 got underway.
Chairperson Peter Horne welcomed a good turnout of members as they celebrated the 20th year that the Eudunda Family Heritage Gallery have been going.
A highlight was to have former residents Max and Jo Duldig and Harry from Adelaide, and Elaine Leditschke from the Barossa attended the morning tea. Eudunda Ward Councilor Debbie Hibbert was also present to support the event.
Eudunda’s Citizen of the year, Peter Herriman cut the cake, after a fair few attempts at lighting the candles (due to the air-conditioning)
Printed photos – some of the School Photos were on display, with notes encouraging everyone to put names to the faces. A slideshow of photos Peter Herriman had taken from 1999 to 2003 was shown in the background (on the main stage screen), as people talked and reminisced.
Thanks to Roger Schubert for identifying the mystery item – a floor polisher attachment (which dispenses the actual polish) bought in by Jenny Herriman.
During the morning Hedley Scholz gave an update on events and Peter spoke about some of the milestone events coming next year, and how he hoped that some of the members here would be prepared to help in some way. The first task was to get a steering committee going. If you would like to help – please let the Heritage Gallery know.
In 2020 Eudunda will celebrate:
150 years of European Settlement
100th Birthday of Eudunda’s famous author Colin Thiele AC
So if all goes well, there will be a new chapter of history written about Eudunda, as we make it happen.