The fabric of South Australia’s identity is formed by the individuals who migrated across seas to live in our beautiful state. With their arrival, they not only brought their own cultures and languages but they also came with incredibly interesting stories.
From there, many migrants have celebrated huge successes which they attribute to the lessons they learnt in their migration journeys.
The Migration Museum has curated and displayed the proud history of South Australian migrants. Glam Adelaide is proud to have worked with the Museum for the A Taste of Home gala, which will be held this Saturday.
The event will be a long table gala fundraising dinner to celebrate the triumphs of migrants. It will be set in the gorgeous outdoor setting in the historic museum courtyard.
There will be music, wonderful speakers talking about their history as well as a series of videos of well-known successful Adelaide migrants telling their stories which will coincide with meals.
The funds raised will support the Migration Museum Foundation and the redevelopment of the permanent galleries of the Migration Museum so it’s no surprise that the event sold out super quickly.
The night rounds off with a silent auction. Giving generous donations are Chateau Yaldara, Rigoni’s Bistro, Mayfair Hotel, By The Oaktree, Henschke,
Glam Adelaide has produced a variety of videos with successful South Australian migrants who share some stories about their history. If you want to hear about the beautiful meet-cute of Rilka Warbanoff’s parents or the funny reception KD Singh received when he first arrived in Adelaide from a friendly neighbour have a look below at the video’s shared on the A Taste of Home Facebook.
Cover Image from Migration Museum Facebook