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Our centenary will be celebrated at our sites across South Australia throughout the year, with events planned for staff, residents, clients and communities.

From morning teas to historical roadshows, aged care celebrations to cultural events, everyone who has been touched by the work of UnitingSA will be able to get involved.

Here are four of the biggest events on the calendar, which are open to the whole community:

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May 15

Historical Forum: Port Adelaide Uniting Church, 9.30am-4pm

Hear from guest speakers and get involved in discussions about the history of UnitingSA and its relationship with the Port community. A wonderful chance to learn about our roots and community impact over 100 years. This event is being run in partnership with the Uniting Church SA Historical Society.

Click here for more info.

June 6

Barbecue Lunch: Ethnic Link Services in Renmark, 11am-2pm

A triple celebration to mark the first anniversary of the opening of Ethnic Link Services’ new Renmark office, their 30th year supporting older people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds across South Australia, and UnitingSA’s 100th anniversary! Join the celebration and enjoy a free BBQ lunch. Location to be announced.

August 23 – September 1

SALA Art Exhibition: Black Diamond Gallery in Port Adelaide

Beyond the Wharf Sheds will celebrate the talent that lies within UnitingSA, including that of clients, residents, families, carers, staff and volunteers. Part of the South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival, the mixed media art exhibition will feature work from emerging through to established artists.

To take part, fill in an Expression of Interest Form and Guidelines, or view our poster here.

October 19

Community Celebration: Port Adelaide Football Club, 11am-2pm.

Come one, come all to celebrate our Centenary at this vibrant community event. Enjoy a free barbecue lunch and children’s treats, bouncy castle, footy clinics, live music, stalls, historical displays, games and much more.

Nobody can do everything but everyone can do something.

UnitingSA relies on the generosity of donors to help deliver innovative programs and support for people in need across metropolitan and regional South Australia.

“I was feeling depressed and anxious before coming to Taperoo Community Centre and now I feel as though I belong for the first time in my life. The classes have helped me believe in myself and that I am capable of learning.”

Taperoo Community Centre participant (pictured with Centre Coordinator Kathy)

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