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The Spanish passion for living life to the full is exuberantly expressed in the programme of the 14th Spanish Film Festival, screening nationally across Australia in May and in Adelaide at Palace Nova Cinemas 26 – 29 May.

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Australian Breast Cancer Research, in conjunction with The Hospital Research Foundation, is holding a fundraising event on Friday 17 June at Crowne Plaza Adelaide to raise money for breast cancer research and to improve the care of patients undergoing treatment.

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Food rescue charity OzHarvest, which officially launches its Adelaide chapter during May, will divert some of the 240,000 tonnes of food being thrown away in SA each year by collecting quality surplus food from registered food businesses to feed Adelaide’s vulnerable.

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Joshy Willo, this year’s winner of Triple J’s ‘Unearthed’ one night stand competition, will perform live and unplugged at the Wheatsheaf Hotel this Thursday 5 May 2011.

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To date, Starlight has only reached 60% of the required volunteer numbers needed. Without immediate support from the community, Starlight will not be able to raise the much needed funds.

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South Australia’s richest day of racing comes to Allan Scott Park Morphettville Racecourse on Sunday May 8, with Betfair Derby Day, formerly Super Sunday, boasting over $1,300,000 in prize money.

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This year, the first of only a few Fashion Fridays will be held on May 20th, presented by Muse Boutique and Cleverdicks. Both boutiques are Adelaide owned and both stock a large range of exclusive labels.

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This weekend, the Gumeracha Medieval Fair will come to the beautiful Adelaide Hills hamlet of Gumeracha. Set in the scenic Fedaration Park, the Medieval Fair includes two days of fun, frivolity and medieval style.
Live jousting, medieval sword fighting re-enactment, archery, dancing, live music, historical displays, entertainment for the kids, costume competitions, good olde medieval food and beverages, art, crafts and merchant stalls will be on offer over the weekend.

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With Adelaide’s wide range of dawn services throughout the city, there is a chance for everyone to celebrate and honour the ANZACs this ANZAC Day.

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The Coober Pedy Opal Festival celebrates the end of a long hot summer and the commencement of what many hope is a very prosperous opal-mining season.

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The Port Adelaide Football Club is again proud to be playing its role in the AFL’s ANZAC Round, with the Power taking on the Gold Coast Suns at AAMI Stadium from 2.45pm on Saturday 23rd April.

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Look out for the Myer Centre Style Patrol paparazzi on the hunt for Adelaide fashionistas to be snapped with the toughest Winter must have of the season, an exclusively designed leather cuff from iconic Australian designer Peter Lang.

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The cast and crew of the longest-running Cirque du Soleil touring show Saltimbanco arrive in Australia this week for a national five month tour. One of the company’s most loved classic shows, Saltimbanco commences in Perth this Thursday 21 April 2011 and will then travel on to Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Sydney with limited seasons in each city. For the first time ever, Cirque du Soleil will also perform in Hobart, Newcastle and Wollongong.

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