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Voices Of The Village


Sun 18 Oct 2015, 10:30am–2:30pm

Where: Mitcham Reserve, Old Belair Road, Lower Mitcham, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free


Listed by: MitchamCouncil

Help us celebrate the 175th anniversary of Mitcham Village during Voices of the Village on Sunday 18 October.

Mitcham Reserve
Corner of Old Belair Road and Norman Walk, Mitcham

Voices of the Village will feature fantastic performances and activities for all ages at the picturesque Mitcham Reserve. The event will be officially opened by Mayor Glenn Spear including an unveiling of yarn art by St Joseph’s year 7s and cup artwork by Scotch year 6 class.

Mitcham Reserve was first established as a village green in 1845, and to mark this occasion Voices of the Village is being hosted in its beautiful open space. You will be able to relax in the laid back natural setting and enjoy a coffee, gelati or a delicious meal, while being entertained by performances from Unley High School and local performers such as Tony Subic, the Lancashire Witches, Samulnori (Korean Traditional Music) and Millers Irish Dance.

Mitcham Heritage Research Centre will be providing guided walking tours of Mitcham Village with Blackwood Players will be bringing to life some of Mitcham’s prominent historical figures from the 1800s including Sir Thomas Playford and Phillis Kinsman.

Bring the kids along to participate in activities from the Gold Rush times, the old Mitcham School re-creation and Sunday school activity from Mitcham Village Uniting Church, an engaging performance by Cool 4 Kids, get constructive with wooden toy making activities by the Mitcham Community Shed and enjoy the free face painting.

Gallery One will be presenting art and crafts in conjunction with Pasadena High School including graphic novel demonstration.

For more information visit, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or collect a program from the libraries, Mitcham Cultural Village or the Civic Centre.

For more information please call 8372 8888 or email