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If your group or organisation would like to promote details about an upcoming event or activity, please email the Council's Website Officer.


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Multicultural Festival Grants 2017 now open


Grants are now open and will close at midnight on Sunday 30 April 2017.

The Department for Communities and Social Inclusion is pleased to announce that we will be hosting the 2017 Multicultural Festival in Rundle Mall on Sunday 5 November 2017. We are now inviting community groups to apply to participate in this exciting event.

The Multicultural Festival contributes to our government’s priority to develop Adelaide’s potential as a vibrant cultural centre and attractive tourist destination.

All South Australians are invited to participate in new cultural, language and faith experiences, and the development of a South Australian ethos of mutual respect, curiosity, openness and acceptance that will enable us to learn from and capitalise on the benefits of our multicultural society.

The Multicultural Festival grants will provide a range of opportunities for eligible community groups under three funding categories: performance, activity and stall.

Interested community groups should read the Multicultural Festival Grant Funding Guidelines and apply using the online application forms on the Multicultural SA Website.

Grants are now open and will close at midnight on Sunday 30 April 2017. Applicants will be notified of the outcome by 31 July 2017.

For more information or assistance with your application please contact the Multicultural Festival grants team by phoning 1300 650 985 or via email.

We look forward to the vibrant diversity that participating groups will contribute to making this festival a terrific multicultural event.

The Red Shield Appeal


This year the Red Shield Appeal is focusing on homelessness and The Salvation Army is asking the community to help end homelessness now through making a donation.

The Salvation Army will be door knocking in your local area on 27 - 28 May 2017.

To donate online, visit: Red Shield Appeal

Trinity Gardens Bowling Club - lawn bowling for the elderly and novice bowler.


Come along and enjoy a healthy outdoor activity!

Enjoy the fun of non-competitive bowling.

Commencing: Thursday 2 February and then every Thursday.

The Trinity Gardens Bowling Club
Canterbury Avenue
Trinity Gardens

Time and day: 
10am to noon on Thursdays.

Cost: $5 (includes morning tea and use of the clubs bowls).

If you would like further information contact Yvonne Donnell on 0448 751 161

Kensington & Norwood Writers' Group


Our vibrant creative writing group has been going for almost 30 years.

We meet twice a month, 2nd & 4th Wednesday evenings at 7pm, in the Don Pyatt hall behind the Council offices.

Writers of all genres are welcome to visit and enjoy our meetings.

Our website will tell you more about us, visit: KNWG Writers


Trinity Gardens Bowling Club - lawn bowls for the community


We are situated in the beautiful and quiet eastern suburbs of Adelaide.

Visit our website to find out about membership, upcoming events and more!

Visit: Trinity Gardens Bowling Club



Residents associations


There are a number of residents associations operating throughout the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters.

Residents associations:

If you would like to have your residents association listed on the Community Noticeboard, please email the Council's Website Officer.

Demi Pair - The Life Changing Experience


Demi Pair is a program (run not for profit) that links adult international students with busy families in Adelaide.

It is a mutually beneficial program where the family provides the student with a private room and meals and the student provides the family with an extra pair of hands around the home - helping with housework and looking after children for up to 20 hours per week.

This program has many obvious benefits for both student and family along with many intangible benefits such as cultural exchange and global connections.

Visit: Facebook


Women’s Singing Group


High Spirits Harmony is a dynamic award-winning women’s a cappella singing group which rehearses every Tuesday evening in St Peters.

If you are interested in joining us or booking us, please visit our website for all the details, visit: High Spirits

SMART Recovery - free weekly group meetings


SMART Recovery is a free support group for non 12-step addiction recovery.

It is the largest non 12-step support group in Australia that assists people with all types of addiction, including drugs, alcohol, gambling, food, shopping, internet and others. 

SMART Recovery provides practical skills, tools and techniques in the areas of: Enhancing and maintaining motivation to abstain; Coping with urges; Problem solving; and Lifestyle balance.

SMART group meetings are open to adults aged 18 years and older, and focus on change initiatives and goal setting in 7 day cycles.

SMART group meetings are offered weekly and are free of charge.

Date:  Weekly group meetings.  Every Wednesday.  Starting 03 June 2015.  

Price:  Free of charge.  Free community service.

Time (doors open, start time, expected finish):   5:30pm to 6:45pm (doors open at 5:20pm).   

Contact details (telephone number & email):  08 8357 2553  


All meetings are private, confidential and anonymous.

Spicer Uniting Church Playgroup


Come and enjoy the company of other local families with playtime, fruit, stories and songs.

Time: Tuesday mornings 10.00am - 11.45am. Optional lunch at 11.45am.

Cost: $3 per child, $1 per additional child. Lunch cost $3 per adult, $1 per child.

Venue: Spicer Uniting Church, 44a Fourth Avenue, St Peters

For further information call 8362 3771.