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A Taste of Carnaval


Experience the fun, music and food that is Carnaval!


Sat, February 29, 2020

10:00 AM – 1:00 PM ACDT

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Join the local South American community as they show you how to party in style!

Gain an insight to the unique celebration, get your tastebuds tingling with cuisine by Sparkling Productions.

Join in the games and crafts that help bring the festival to life.

Kids mask making, limbo, conga and more!

A fun way to expand your cultural understanding.

Cost FREE Family event – Food available for purchase.

For more information please contact Glandore Community Centre on 7420 6400

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Latin Rock Cassette

Latitude 0°

a Tribute Rock Band integrated by 4 passionate and talented music performers from Colombia and Venezuela, in love with Rock, Funk, Pop and all the musical variety from their culture of origin. This musical project was created in 2018 in Adelaide, South Australia.


14/15 February at Nexus Arts
Lion Arts Centre, Cnr North Tce & Morphett St, Adelaide, SA, 5000

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Latitude 0° is a tribute band formed by four South American born musicians that now call Australia home, and offers a musical alternative of Latin expression through the universal language of Rock. A celebration of cultural diversity for our growing Aussie-Latin community.
Rewind memories of the most iconic and influential Hispanic & Latin American Rock / Pop artists such as Soda Stereo, Mana, Hombres G, among many others. This unique, energetic and passionate show will take you back to the glorious mixtape days.

Glauce Raymundo. 


Glauce Raymundo is Brazilian and arrived in Adelaide in 2015. As a psychologist and Yoga instructor, with over 15 years of experience in Brazil, Glauce has been offering free workshops on mental health, mindfulness and meditation for Portuguese speakers in Adelaide, as well as engaging with the Multicultural Communities Council of South Australia in a range of activities, on behalf of the Brazilian community. In 2017, she decided to pursue a Master Degree in Business Administration and Public Health, being invited to teach for Torrens University`s Public Health and Community Services programs. In 2019, having completed her post-graduate qualification, Glauce set up her own counselling practice in Adelaide, while also working as a family educator and counsellor, for the Department of Social Services in South Australia. Over the past year, Glauce remained offering free online workshops on mental health and wellbeing for Portuguese speakers, as well as liaising with a variety of stakeholders on behalf of the Brazilian community in Adelaide. Being passionate about mental health and wellbeing, sustainability and collective effort, Glauce is looking forward to joining LASSA, on behalf of the Latin American community in South Australia.