The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the people and history of South Australia which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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One of the founders of The Barossa Vintage Festival Colin Gramp discusses the early days of the festival.

The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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A detailed account of the Tanunda main street shops back in the 50's.

The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

 

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A selection of stories focusing of Williamstown and it's surrounding areas.

 

The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

 

 

 

 

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

00:0000:00

The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

00:0000:00

The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

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A short story about female life expectancy!

 

The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.

00:0000:00

The Way We Were - Celebrating Our Community documenting the history and heritage of the Barossa Valley.

A partnership program between The EMU Tree, Education and Music in Unison and The Barossa Council

This is an opportunity for residents of the Barossa to share their stories and stories passed down by their parents and grand parents, all themes were encouraged whether serious events ie WW1 or WW2, old traditions, traditional foods, life in the wine industry, town show days, vintage festivals, life on the farm, early school experiences or humorous escapades in youth.

This was a multi phased program which included local primary school students interviewing aged care residents to share insights and experiences of their childhood years in the region. Participants included, Angaston Primary School, St Jakobi Lutheran School, Tanunda Primary School, Williamstown Primary School, Barossa Village and The Abbeyfield Society District of Barossa Inc. 

The programs facilitator is Christian Teusner, formerly from Tanunda. Christian has worked extensively with youth development in the region and is following his parents contributions to local heritage. Christians parents Roger and Myrene Teusner were passionate and committed to local history and the libraries. Both authors of numerous publications reflecting life in the Valley for earlier generations. 

The aim and objective of this program is to capture and preserve an insight into the history of the region which can be shared as an online resource to globally promote the region and it’s heritage.