The St Dominic’s Priory College Community looks forward to welcoming you to its Fete & Auction on Sunday 30 October.
After a three-year hiatus, this family-friendly day is set to be the largest event on the College Calendar. Traditionally held from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm on the last Sunday in October, the Fete is a vibrant event with something for the whole family to enjoy.
* Multicultural Food Stalls * Sweets * Drinks * Music * Desserts * Cakes * Ice Cream * Afternoon Tea * Produce * Lucky Dip * BBQ * Chocolate Wheel * Pot Plants * Books * Live Entertainment and more…
St Dominic’s Priory College is located in leafy North Adelaide, five minutes north of the city. Entrances into the College Campus are located on Molesworth Street, Barnard Street and Hill Street, and weekend street parking is free. The nearest bus stop – Stop 5A Hill Street – is conveniently serviced by the Adelaide Metro FREE City Loop Bus as well as ticketed routes, and stops along Jeffcott Street and O’Connell Street are within an easy stroll.
For the latest information about parking in North Adelaide, visit: City of Adelaide Transport & Parking
For Public Transportation information, visit: Adelaide Metro Journey Planner
Due to the ongoing redevelopment of the Adams Mayo Middle School Precinct, the Fete will be held on a smaller footprint of the St Dominic’s campus. Please check back closer to the date for an updated map detailing the location of amenities and entertainment schedule.
The AUCTION will open for viewing from 11 am, with the live Auction commencing from 12pm and a SILENT AUCTION running concurrently from 11 am until 2 pm. Please check back soon for the Auction Catalogue!
St Dominic’s Priory College is grateful for the generous support of the community.
St Dominic’s Priory College is actively committed to fostering communities of safeguarding that recognise and uphold the dignity and rights of all children and young people:
- Every person within the College who interacts with children and young people commits to establishing safe and supportive relationships.
- Activities with children are proactively planned, organised and reviewed; with potential risks duly considered, reduced and eliminated where possible.
- Our Community of Staff and Volunteers actively seek to become, and remain informed, of the causes and signs of child abuse and neglect.
To this avail, the College encourages children to attend the Fete with a responsible adult.
Bathrooms are designated and clearly signposted as either; ‘St Dominic’s Student Toilets‘, ‘Family Toilets‘ or ‘General Public Toilets‘. Please adhere to these guidelines which will be monitored throughout the day by College Staff.
Caring for our Environment
At St Dominic’s Priory College we endeavour to teach our girls to be respectful of the Earth and its resources. Thanks to our student-led Environment Club, Recycling Stations will be clearly signposted on the day, and we encourage visitors to bring their own reusable “green” bags to take home any treats or goods they purchase at the event.
St Dominic’s Priory College is following the advice of government agencies concerning COVID-19 and its impact on students, staff and families. As endorsed by SA Health, the Department of Education recommends the following COVID Safe measures:
- Physical distancing where possible
- Face Masks are strongly recommended (but not required) for all adults and students in Years 3 to 12 when indoors
- Washing or sanitising hands regularly
- Staying home if unwell, even mildly
To support these measures, the College will have free disposable masks available at entrances to indoor spaces, as well as hand sanitising stations in highly trafficked areas.
At this time, attendees and volunteers are not required to show proof of vaccination to attend this event.
NOTE: In line with SA Health’s advice at the time of the event, these recommendations may be subject to change.