A Miracle on 34th Street comes to North Terrace

The State Library of South Australia, in conjunction with Splash Adelaide, is hosting a free family film event featuring the classic black and white 1947 Christmas movie Miracle on 34th Street.

Settle back in a deckchair in the stunning forecourt of the State Library of South Australia and take a trip down memory lane to a Christmas past.

Acting Lord Mayor David Plumridge said “The movie screening gives people a chance to take a break from all the pressures in the lead up to Christmas and relax for a couple of hours in a beautiful location.”

Some nibbles and refreshments will be provided and everyone is welcome to bring a picnic. The State Library and surrounds is a dry zone so no alcohol is permitted.

A series of film shorts from the State Library collection will be screened before the main movie.

When: Thursday 22 December 2011

Time: 8.00pm arrival for an 8.30pm start

Where: State Library Forecourt

What to Bring: Seating, a picnic basket (no alcohol allowed)

Bookings can be made at or by calling 8207 7292.

Splash Adelaide is joint State Government and Council project designed to bring streets and spaces alive by invigorating laneways, cutting red tape, and promoting flexible planning in an effort to increase the number of city visitors and residents.

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