Things to do
Residents are invited to honour servicemen and women at local ANZAC Day dawn services on Sunday, 25 April.
Services will be held in line with COVID-19 health guidelines.
Heron Way Reserve, 6am
Hallett Cove foreshore.
Held around a memorial overlooking the coast, the event includes a piper, Catafalque Party and guest speakers.
The service is being organised by the Lions Club of Hallett Cove.
Mayor Kris Hanna will be the master of ceremonies.
It is supported by a $5000 grant from the City of Marion.
Marion RSL, 6am
31-39 Norfolk Rd, Marion, 6am.
Members will assemble at the clubrooms at 5.45am and march to the cenotaph in the club’s memorial gardens for the service.
This will be followed by a sausage sizzle and games, including two-up.
People are advised to arrive early for the events to allow time to complete the sign in process with either a QR code or hard copy form.
Light up the Dawn
People who can’t attend a service are invited to stand in their driveways and light candles or shine torches or mobile phones to pay respect to the ANZACs.
This tribute returns following its success last year.
COVID-19 led to the cancellation of services last year.
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