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Join author Stella Budrikis live via webinar as she discusses her book about the Alice Mitchell trial that gripped the nation.
In 1907, Alice Mitchell was arrested for the murder of five-month-old Ethel Booth. During the inquest and subsequent trial, the general public was horrified to learn that at least 37 infants had died in Mitchell's care in the previous six years. It became clear that she had been running a 'baby farm', making a profit out of caring for the children of single mothers and other 'unfortunate women'.
The Edward Street Baby Farm retraces this infamous 'baby farm' tragedy that led to legislative changes to protect children's welfare.
Join our friendly, knowledge Cultural Officer to learn about Aboriginal culture and history. Learn how Aboriginal kinship structures, language and ...
Free Hip Hop Dance Lessons at Warriparinga Wetlands
If you are brave, join us after dark for a spooky, supernatural storytime session just for adults!