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Wool and Worms

If Ewes have worms, you won’t get wool! Well you will-just less of it and other losses. This workshop will include an overview of wool knowledge, identification and preparation for sale from ‘Grass to Garment’ to maximising your $$’s and a very close look at the types of worms that can reduce productivity of your Continue Reading

Occupational Therapy, have you heard of it?

In this interactive workshop you will be introduced to what Occupational Therapy (OT) is all about and how it can help children, teenagers, adults, and aged care. Presenter, Gemma is a senior Occupational Therapist working in paediatrics and is hugely passionate about working/servicing rural and country areas. She will also share her knowledge with you Continue Reading

Strathalbyn History Walk

Join Caroline, the coordinator of the Strathalbyn History Group on an interesting walk from High Street, through the beautiful Memorial Gardens, over the Children’s Bridge (celebrating its centenary) and back along Albyn Terrace, site of the earliest settlements in Strath. Hear the stories around the history of this lovely town. Wear appropriate footwear and clothing Continue Reading

Carolyn’s Chemo Caps

Join Carolyn and her team and hear the amazing story of this project, watch them work, help them cut and pack and make a worthwhile contribution to this valuable enterprise. Carolyn was diagnosed with Non Hodgkins Lymphoma in 2011 and while undergoing chemotherapy, was unable to find suitable head wear  and decided to make her Continue Reading

Carol Gaston AM

Carol left the SA Health Commission in late 1996 after 10 years in various senior executive positions and 30 years in the public health system. She has worked as a nurse clinician with the Aborigines in a remote area in Western Australia; as a volunteer in the APY Lands, Bangladesh and Sabah, Malaysia. She has Continue Reading

Rebecca Willson

Winemaker Rebecca Willson has given her family’s Langhorne Creek winery a foothold in the highly competitive boutique wine market since taking on her first sole vintage at the age of 25. Her first label – the 1997 Cabernet Sauvignon, won the trophy of the Best Boutique Cabernet Sauvignon in Australia and was rated third best Continue Reading

Lucy Willson

After school, Lucy studied B.AppSc in Recreation Planning and Management at the University of South Australia. Upon finishing her degree she traveled overseas before returning to Bremerton and taking on the role of Administration Manager. In 2000 she completed a post-graduate course in International Wine Business at the University of Adelaide to expand her knowledge Continue Reading

Karyn Bradford

Karyn Bradford has lived her life in Milang and has a busy and varied career including mother of 3, school services officer, primary producer, business owner/artist, community services administration and manager of Milang Old School House Community Centre. She has recently opened a new business at Milang “Artisans at Heart” which showcases her skills in Continue Reading