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Success at The Summit Community Centre Open Day

The Summit Community Centre Open Day was a great celebration of the recently refurbished space, with a steady flow of familiar faces and newcomers to the centre.

Sunset over the Summit Community Centre

Success at The Summit Community Centre Open Day

Success at The Summit Community Centre Open Day

The Summit Community Centre Open Day was a great celebration of the recently refurbished space and an opportunity to recognise it as an important place for community to connect, grow and learn.

With a steady flow of familiar faces and newcomers to the centre there was something for everyone.

Kicking off with free children's activities, including a performance by the Norton Summit Primary School band and singers (Norton Rock), followed by indigenous artist, David Booth’s interactive Didge and Dance session and an engaging Welcome to Country by Jack Buckskin.

Deputy Mayor, Nathan Daniell, welcomed everyone to the centre and the fun continued with Adelaide Hills artist, Rebecca Prince, offering the opportunity for young and old to try their hand at watercolour painting.

Rock painting, paper making and bees wax wraps demonstrations from KESAB and local musician Andrew McNicol kept people entertained. The Hills Environment Centre, Primary School, The Red Shed, Norton Summit CFS and the East Torrens Historical Society all had information proudly on display.

There was a sausage sizzle fundraiser for the local Primary School, delicious Persian food generously prepared by Bahiyeh Samimi, soup, bread and soft drinks on offer and wine available for purchase from local winery, Ten Miles East.

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