The Bordertown Vehicle Restorers' Club hosted a successful Old-Fashioned Morning Tea to celebrate the SA History Festival at its Clubrooms in Bordertown on Saturday, May 11.
More than 50 Club Members and Tatiara locals enjoyed a delicious array of cakes, scones, slices and savouries with tea and coffee served on antique tableware in the Old Primary School building which is itself a heritage listed building.
Another highlight was the debut performance of the "Willalookalelies" - an all-woman group which played and sang lively and foot-tapping songs from the traditional to the seventies.
Deputy Club Captain and Ukelele player Marlene Webb said "we were a little nervous to start with but warmed up with the audience singing along".
The group, dressed in retro outfits, included Marlene, Glenny Hunt and Rosemary Bond-Gerhardy.
The Bordertown Vehicle Restorers' Club meets on the 4th Thursday of every month at 9pm at its clubrooms and welcomes new members and their families; Newsletters and information on club activities can be seen on its Facebook Page.