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Leigh Warren Dance

Based in Australia’s ‘culture capital’ - Adelaide, South Australia - LWD is a company whose experience and special talents combine to present new Australian dance of an international calibre.

Wherever possible, the company partners with composers, musical groups and visual artists of various cultures to create works which challenge the dancers and the art forms themselves - appealing to audiences of all ages.

Light Regional Public Library Service - Freeling

The Light Regional Public Library Service offers a wide range of information and services for both residents and visitors. These include books, magazines, videos/DVD, CD-Roms, Audio Tapes and a significant local history collection. Everyone is welcome to come into one of the libraries at Freeling, Greenock or Kapunda and use the facilities. Feel free to ask one of the friendly and knowledgeable staff for help if needed. Light Regional Council's Public Library Service maintains three branches. The opening times of each branch varies according to their needs and resources.

Light Regional Public Library Service - Greenock

The Light Regional Public Library Service offers a wide range of information and services for both residents and visitors. These include books, magazines, videos/DVD, CD-Roms, Audio Tapes and a significant local history collection. Everyone is welcome to come into one of the libraries at Freeling, Greenock or Kapunda and use the facilities. Feel free to ask one of the friendly and knowledgeable staff for help if needed. Light Regional Council's Public Library Service maintains three branches. The opening times of each branch varies according to their needs and resources.

Light Regional Public Library Service - Kapunda

The Light Regional Public Library Service offers a wide range of information and services for both residents and visitors. These include books, magazines, videos/DVD, CD-Roms, Audio Tapes and a significant local history collection. Everyone is welcome to come into one of the libraries at Freeling, Greenock or Kapunda and use the facilities. Feel free to ask one of the friendly and knowledgeable staff for help if needed. Light Regional Council's Public Library Service maintains three branches. The opening times of each branch varies according to their needs and resources.

Live From Channel 9 Tandanya

AJZ Productions in partnership with the awesome team at Channel 9 produced Live from 9 in 2014 and 2015 Fringe Festival. After the closure of the Channel 9 Studios in North Adelaide ‘Live from 9’ moved and became ‘Live from Tandanya’ which included a wonderful collaboration with the crew at Tandanya for the 2016 Fringe Festival.

Living Kaurna Cultural Centre

Living Kaurna Cultural Centre - Warriparinga is a place for the spiritual and cultural renewal of Kaurna people. The spirit of conciliation is key to its operations, and in the process of educating non-Indigenous people about Kaurna culture. Warriparinga will also provide training, employment and business enterprise opportunities for the empowerment and economic development of Kaurna people and other Indigenous Australians.

Loxton Public Library

Welcome to the Loxton Public Library. Anyone of any age can join the library.  If you are under 18 years of age, your parent or legal guardian will need to sign a form for you. Visitors are welcome but some restrictions apply to the material that can be loaned.