Through this event, we will aim to encourage respectful intercultural dialogue and exchange by fostering understanding and curiosity between Aboriginal and refugee and migrant communities. To do this, we will host activities including a yarning circle, a smoking ceremony, boomerang painting, and damper making.
This event is proudly funded by Cumberland Council.
Event details – Refugee and migrant communities celebrate NAIDOC at SSI Community Kitchen
When: Wednesday, July 10, 2019, 11 am – 2 pm
Where: Auburn Centre for Community, 44A Macquarie Road, Auburn
11:15am – Welcome to country and smoking ceremony
11:30am – Yarning circle: Theme – Voice
12:30pm – Yarning circle: Theme – Truth & Treaty
1:00pm – Lunch is served
Concurrent activities include: bush tucker workshop, damper making, boomerang painting.