Monthly Archives: March 2018
German Club – 2018 Events
The Adelaide University German Club is affiliated with the Adelaide University Union (AUU). The following are the upcoming events for the University German Club. Get in and have Spaß (fun)!
Octoberfest is the German Club’s annual take on the traditional German event Oktoberfest. Nibbles, drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) are provided for all guests, and the […]
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Welcome Dinner Project
The Welcome Dinner Project connects people who are new to Australia with established Australians over a shared meal in local homes. Everyone brings a dish to share and much fun is had.
For more information, please see the Welcome Dinner Project’s website.
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Art Gallery First Fridays
On the first Friday of every month the Art Gallery of South Australia hosts an event called First Fridays, where the Gallery is open late (until 9.00pm), and there’s music, food, and artist talks. It’s a great chance to check out the Gallery if you haven’t already!
Where: Art Gallery of South Australia (next door to the University)
When: The […]
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Colours of Impressionism exhibition
From tomorrow (29 March), the University’s next-door neighbour, the Art Gallery of South Australia, is hosting an exhibition of Impressionist art from the Musée d’Orsay in Paris. Chances are good that you’ve heard of at least one of the exhibited artists before, who include all the big names – Cézanne, Monet, Pissarro, Renoir, and Morisot.
What: Colours […]
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Be Safe, Be Seen – Cycle Safety
Do you ride a bike? If so, it’s a good idea to brush up on bike safety tips for cycling in Adelaide. All attendees receive a saddle bag, backpack cover, Road Rules booklet and 3 month membership to Bike SA. This is the final time that this session will be run – so if you’re […]
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Know your rights at work?
If you’re planning on taking on a few more hours at your part-time job during the mid-semester break, it’s a good opportunity to refresh yourself about your rights at work. The Fair Work Ombudsman has some helpful info in many languages – including minimum wage rates.
See the website of the Fair Work Ombudsman here.
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LCE – Indonesia Night
This Friday (23 March), it’s social event #3 for the Language and Cultural Engagement (LCE) program: Indonesia night. Everyone is welcome to come along to this free event for a meal, cultural games and activities, and general Indonesia-themed fun. Book your free ticket here.
If you’d like to keep up to date with all future LCE events, […]
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2018 French Film Festival
The Alliance Française 2018 French Film Festival begins tomorrow night (Thursday 22) with probably the most French-titled film possible, C’est La Vie. There’s a program of many different films – check out the website for schedule and ticket price details.
When: 22 March – 15 April
Where: Various cinemas
How much: Ticket prices vary, $18 – $60+
More info: See the website
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Hosted inside a golden shipping container, enter the Adelaide Portal to have a video conversation with someone from around the world. Upcoming portals will open to Iraq, Afghanistan, Germany, and the USA.
If you want to experience the portal, it’s free, but you need to book in advance. See the Adelaide portal website for further information and […]
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Words on Wheels – Mid-semester break tours
Words on Wheels is hosting a few different tours during the mid-semester break period. If you haven’t seen much of South Australia, it’s a great opportunity to check out some interesting and memorable locations around the state. These trips include a Kangaroo Island tour, a winery tour, and a surfing safari (pictured above).
Find out more (including […]
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