Somersault at Adelaide Festival Centre

27
Oct
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International Day for People with Disabilities is coming up on Saturday Dec 3rd, and there are a number of celebrations happening around town.

The Somersault Creative Village Installation and its front line performance program is huge and happening in our premier Arts venue, the Adelaide Festival Centre, in conjunction with the Adelaide Festival Centre Trust. This unparalleled program will include the latest and evolving Seetainer Creative Village Installation, along with Adelaide’s top disability arts ensembles and groups. Throw in puppets, robots, Latin dancing, Adelaide’s top Afro-funk band and you start to get the flavour of this unique event.

It’s Harvest Time! Part 2

21
Oct
0

Different types of apples serve different purposes. There are obviously far too many varieties of apples to list them all, however these are among those most commonly eaten in the United States.
Criterion apples-also known as candy apples-are sweet and flavorful. They are crisp and juicy when eaten fresh, and are fine for baking as well.

It’s Harvest Time! Part 1

21
Oct
0

Summer has come to a screeching halt. The leaves on the trees are beginning to transform into a glorious palette of reds, golds and burnt oranges. It’s all part of the process of the changing seasons, and autumn in particular is recognized as a season of bounty. Let’s take a look at some wonderful seasonal fruits and vegetables that are now available.

Stress, Exercise and Healthy Eating

20
Oct
0

Stressing less and being active can help you be more successful with your diet. Research has proven what we always suspected: stress can make you sick. In particular, chronic stress can suppress the immune system, making us more susceptible to colds and flu, depression and even cancer.

Dive Travel Destination Micronesia Part 3

13
Oct
0

Kosrae

Kosrae is truly the undiscovered Micronesia — still unknown to the commercial world of general tourism. This is a beautiful, unblemished island of peaceful villages and a traditional way of life in a remote setting of tropical beauty. This island supports a rural population of 7,000 islanders who live a simple life and are devoutly religious.

Dive Travel Destination Micronesia Part 2

5
Oct
0

Pohnpei

Pohnpei’s many reefs give divers the opportunity to see a variety of sea life, including large pelagics, reef fish, turtles and manta rays and displays some of the most beautiful coral formations in the world, including the exotic black coral. Pohnpei offers probably the most diverse scenery among the islands of Micronesia and is considered by many to be the most beautiful, and is commonly referred to as the “garden island of Micronesia.”