While National NAIDOC Week celebrations traditionally take place in the first week of July each year, there’s still more exciting events to come, with a special NAIDOC celebration held on the 28th July at Providence.
While National NAIDOC Week celebrations traditionally take place in the first week of July each year, there’s still more exciting events to come, with a special NAIDOC celebration held on the July at Providence.
The People, the Traditional Owners of the Ripley Valley area, cordially invite you to their inaugural NAIDOC event, held on the green lawn of Providence, near the Splash ‘n’ Play playground.
Mark your calendars for Friday the 28th of July, and prepare to immerse yourself in a day filled with vibrant performances, storytelling, games, food trucks, and much more. This event will be a wonderful opportunity for your family to connect with the rich heritage of the First Nations community of Ripley Valley and learn from their traditions.
Hit ‘attending’ and discover all the NAIDOC event details by following this link here
The event page will provide you with additional information, including the schedule, participating performers, and any last-minute updates.
|1.15PM||Nunkul Yuggera Dance Performance||Stage|
|1:45PM||Story Telling||Story Telling Tent|
|2.05PM||Boomerang Throwing||In Front of Stage|
|3.45PM||Story Telling||Story Telling Tent|
|12:30- 4.30PM|| Market Stalls | Food Vans | Art Activations
Inaugural Yuggera Ugarapul Artwork Competition
Artwork will be on display from 18-25 July at the Providence Community Centre for community to come in and vote. Winners will be announced at the event on Friday 28th July.
NAIDOC Week 2023 - For Our Elders with Yuggera Ugarapul People
Gain deeper insights into the people's profound connection to their ancestral lands, through this captivating video created by Everick Archaeology. Community members discuss the significance of artifact and story preservation, highlighting the immense value of spiritual connection to the land.
This video is only a glimpse into the vast array of knowledge and experiences there is to gain.
Sources and links
More information about NAIDOC week visit: www.naidoc.org.au