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Diary notes - don't miss these dates!

Dulcie’s Bus of Real Opportunity’s next stop Barossa Vintage Festival on Sunday 23 April, then Burra Vintage Fair 6-7 May. Dulcie’s Bus is continuously stocked with fabulous vintage wares.

Look out for the Beans Talk Coffee Cart, a social enterprise initiative of Hutt St Centre, brewing around Adelaide. Find them at the Easter Open Garden at Sophie’s Patch, 15–17 April, 394 Springs Road Mt Barker. Follow us on Facebook for more locations.

Business Lunch with guest speaker Andrew Demetriou at Adelaide Oval, Wednesday 3 May 2017. Andrew is the former CEO of the AFL and a successful businessman and Company Director in his own right. MC is legendary sports broadcaster and Hutt St Centre patron, Bruce McAvaney OAM. Bookings essential.

Photographic Exhibition The effects of climate through the lens of people experiencing homelessness, The Minor Works Building, Stamford Court, Adelaide. 16,19,23 May (open to public)

The impact of climate change on vulnerable communities prompted the University of Central Queensland to support Hutt St Centre and the University of Adelaide’s National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility’s (NCCARF) Vulnerable Communities Network to initiate a photography project to capture the effects of climate through the lens of people experiencing homelessness.

Project participants are from Hutt St Centre’s Pathways to Education program and Aged City Living program, and are provided with digital cameras to photograph images of the environment and their everyday experiences which relate to the extremes of climate - rain, wind, storms and heat – and how this further challenges being homeless. The project encourages interesting conversations about climate change while developing confidence, photographic skills and a deeper awareness of living rough in a changing climate.

Make sure to follow us on social for more details. 

walk a mile in my boots Adelaide save the date, Friday 11 August.