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Set amongst the gum trees in a natural bush setting
in Coulthard Reserve in Nuriootpa, The Chapel
is adjacent to the Barossa Valley Tourist Park
where you will ﬁnd accommodation and a Function Centre.
A peaceful setng
memories are made
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of Germany, and
son of Leanne and
Oscar Estevez, of
were married at
One Tree Hill, on
Saturday, July 5.
Don't let the rain ruin your day
THE venue is booked, the dress is bought
and all is sorted for your big day.
But if you are one of the thousands of couples
that choose the winter months to tie the knot,
then you are probably a little concerned about the
Other than opting for a destination wedding in
summer, such as Hawaii, there is no way to prop-
erly predict the weather as far ahead as you need
to select a wedding date.
Frizzy hair and soggy shoes are just a couple of
rainy-weather cons, so it pays to be prepared in
case the skies open up.
If you are planning an outdoor wedding, book-
ing somewhere with a back-up indoor venue can
be a lifesaver.
Most outdoor venues will advertise this perk if
they have it and will be prepared to shift things
inside quickly if things turn grey.
Canopies and tents are another way of playing
it safe outdoors.
Umbrellas keep you dry and make adorable wed-
ding photos, especially if they are colour matched
to the wedding party, so consider stocking up.
They can be left in a cute little basket at the
ceremony and be made available to guests.
The wedding party should also consider bring-
ing a spare pair of shoes for those muddy trips be-
tween the car and venue or photo locations, as well
as plastic wrap or bags to protect the bouquets.
And remember -- rain means good luck for a
So, even if things do get a little wet, the day is
sure to be perfect.
Gawler Celebrating 175 years
Follow the trail
A TRAIL through Gawler will
showcase some of the region's best
and most creative art, during the
upcoming South Australian Living
To be held during August, the fes-
tival, known as SALA, will see almost
5000 artists featured in about 500 ex-
hibitions and events across the state,
with Gawler offering its fair contribu-
At least 17 artists, including award-
winning textile artist Jelina Haines,
contemporary Aboriginal artist Scott
Rathman and junk artist Stephen Oat-
way, will be exhibiting across eight ven-
ues forming part of the 'Gawler SALA
This is the second time the trail has
been organised by the Gawler Business
Development Group, with artists tak-
ing an active role in this year's prepara-
Gawler South-based artist Jelina
Haines will exhibit a number of textile
pieces at the Gawler Institute, as part
of the 'Collective Edge' exhibition.
Her clothing creations will also be
modelled as part of the exhibition's
opening night celebrations.
"My work will involve some new
designs of felt-artwork and then I'm
including some of my works that have
been liquidised using eucalyptus leaves
for colour," she said.
Gawler Business and Development
Group communications officer Sigrid
Murljacic said she was hopeful of a
great turnout in 2014.
"We would really like to showcase
Gawler as an artistic centre," she said.
"Short term, we want to bring peo-
ple to Gawler, generate more interest
and enthusiasm in the town.
"And long term is possibly trying to
track some funding from the various
government bodies so that we could
possibly have another art space in
The Gawler Art Trail will be offi-
cially opened at the Gawler Institute,
at 6pm, on Friday, August 1.
RSVPs are appreciated to Ms Murl-
jacic (email@example.com or 0402
The participating exhibitions will
run until Sunday, August 24.
Where can you see SALA?
Participating venues include the
Gawler Community Gallery, Wheat-
sheaf Inn, Kornacraft, 139 Murray
Street, Café Nova, Conversations Café,
the Space Gallery at Trinity College
and the Gawler Institute.
Textile artist Jelina Haines is one several artists who will be exhibiting in Gawler
during the South Australian Living Artists Festival in August. PHOTO: Mary Ackers
THE new Hungry Jack's restaurant
in Nuriootpa opened its doors last
The restaurant is part of an On The
Run service station and is located on
the corner of the Barossa Valley Way
and New Road.
After being granted approval by
Barossa Council, it will operate 24
hours a day, seven days a week, mean-
ing the store hired an additional eight
The company has spent over $1 mil-
lion on the restaurant and has included
extra air filters to keep the 'Hungry
Jack's smell' to a minimum.
The store held an invite-only grand
opening last week for community
Hungry's opens in Nuri
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