Indigenous heritage to be celebrated

National Reconciliation Week activities will be held at Logan Libraries.
Isabella Mancy, Uraine Roelofs (known as Nana Magic) and Felix Kerry will bring their special children’s show to Logan Libraries to mark National Reconciliation Week 2022.

Children in the City of Logan can go on an outback adventure through Logan Libraries National Reconciliation Week activities.

Logan Central Library will host the Nana Magic, Tilly and Friends show featuring dancing and singing for children under eight from 10am to 11am on Wednesday, June 1.

An indigenous plant session will also be presented by University of Southern Queensland Elder in Residence Uncle Wayne Fossey at Logan Central Library as part of the national week.

The cultural connection of indigenous plants session is from 10.30am to noon on Saturday, May 28.

Uncle Wayne will share the relationship between indigenous plants and wildlife and the spiritual connection to country which has existed for tens of thousands of years.

He will also discuss how plants are used to make food and bush medicine.

Bookings for both events are essential and can be made online at loglib.org/whatson

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