MULLUM MULLUM INDIGENOUS GATHERING PLACE PICNIC SUNDAY 24.2.2013
12 – 3 pm @ 47 Patterson St. Ringwood East
Lunch Provided - Come and Enjoy!
Activities include: Face Painting, Local Indigenous Dance Group, Jumping Castle and Slushy Machine. Meet MMIGP staff and the Reconciliation Action Groups of the Eastern Metro Region who are in partnership with MMIGP.
For further information contact Georgia Harris (03) 9725 2166 email@example.com
HISTORY TOUR OF OLD TEMPLESTOWE Thursday 28 February FREE
10.30 am – 12.30 pm, The History Pavilion, Finns Reserve, Duncan Street,
Lower Templestowe, The walk, facilitated by Jim Poulter of Reconciliation
Manningham, will explore the original Templestowe Township and Aboriginal Camping Ground. Participants should wear sensible footwear, a hat, sunscreen and bring along water. Cancelled in the event of a Code Red Fire Danger Day. Bookings: Jim – 9842 3598
Yalukit Wilum Ngargee: People Place Gathering
at the SAINT KILDA FESTIVAL Starts Saturday 2 February 2013
MAIN FESTIVAL DAY – A glass-free event – Deadly program of indigenous artists & events
Saturday program http://www.stkildafestival.com.au/2013-s2/page/pages/83
Additional days programs http://www.stkildafestival.com.au/2013-s2/page/pages/84
The Yalukit Wilum Ngargee is the Wominjeka (Boon Wurrung language for welcome) festival opening the St Kilda Festival’s 9-day program. Held in St Kilda’s O’Donnell Gardens, a significant contemporary Indigenous meeting place, the YWN main festival day brings you a deadly program of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music and arts. Now in its eighth year, this annual celebration of Indigenous culture features emerging and established Indigenous musicians, dancers and performers, market stall holders, children’s activities and festival activities.
Bring your family, bring a blanket and enjoy our best Indigenous entertainment, under the sun and into the summer night.
(Yalukit Wilum Ngargee is a family-friendly event so please avoid bringing any glass bottles, containers or items onto the Festival site.)
Yalukit Wilum Ngargee continues throughout the St Kilda Festival week with a dynamic blend of events including art exhibitions, a book launch and a cultural heritage walk from St Kilda’s Ngargee tree through to West Beach.
NATIONAL APOLOGY 5th ANNIVERSARY WED 13 FEBRUARY 8 – 10 am
MAIN STAGE FEDERATION SQUARE
Commemorate a sacred moment toward healing & recognition with
Free coffee and breakfast!
• Live music from the Kutcha Edwards Trio
• Students displaying Proud Race bollards of
inspiring Aboriginal people
• Welcome to Country by Aunty Joy Murphy
• Link-Up Victoria book launch ‘Where were
you?’ with guest speakers
• Screening of the Apology Speech
A moment we must never forget!
HERE I AM Reconciliation Banyule is screening FREE this excellent Aboriginal Film on Monday February 4th 7:30 pm – Ivanhoe Uniting Church, Seddon Street, Ivanhoe. Peter Harvey 9499 2005.
“Writer-director Beck Cole’s first feature is a gritty drama about an urban Aboriginal woman trying to pick up the shattered pieces of what has so far been a wasted life. Beautifully photographed by Cole’s partner, Warwick Thornton, on the streets of Adelaide, the film’s intentions are nothing if not honourable and the story it tells is very well worth telling. ” David Stratton, At the Movies