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NAIDOC is being celebrated during the 2020 Perth Hills Spring Festival.
2020 NAIDOC Week: 8th November - 15th November 

We acknowledge the Wadjuk Noongar People whose traditional lands the City of Kalamunda is situated on. The City acknowledge their Elder’s past, present and future and their ongoing contribution to the City of Kalamunda.

NAIDOC Events

 

Please note, whilst every effort has been taken to ensure details are accurate, these may change. Be sure to check with the event organiser of the relevant event for any updates or queries. We will continue to update the details as they come to hand and endeavour to publish the latest information as its provided. 

Welcome to Country Performance & Sharing of Culture

Saturday, 7 November 11am - 1pm

Kalamunda Performance Arts Centre, 48 Canning Road, Kalamunda

Location:

In celebration of NAIDOC week celebrations. Performance by Olman Walley from Boorloo and the Little Doorum Dancers |

Crafts & Story Telling

Bookings essential - bookings via: https://www.trybooking.com/BMHCE

City of Kalamunda

(08) 9257 9999

Cultural Walk with Neville Collard

Sunday, 8 November 10.30am - 12noon

Falls Road, Lesmurdie

Location:

Meet at the main carpark, Falls Road, Lesmurdie. Join Aboriginal Elder, Neville Collard, at Lesmurdie Falls to hear the fascinating stories of the Noongar peoples as they moved through the hills, how they communicated, how they lived and the significance of this location to them.
🌼Meet Neville at Lesmurdie Falls car park.
🌼The return walk will be between 1.5-2km.
🌼Terrain is easy going.
🌼Grade 2 walk – no wheelchair access.

Bookings via: https://www.trybooking.com/BMFRD

NOTE:  THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED

City of Kalamunda

(08) 9257 9999

NAIDOC Storytelling

Wednesday, 11 November 10am - 12noon

Kalamunda Library, 7 Williams St, Kalamunda

Location:

Storytelling & poetry recital by Hallee-Rose Abraham

Bookings via: https://www.trybooking.com/BMFRO 

City of Kalamunda

(08) 9257 9999

Bindi Bindi Dreaming Cooking

TBC

Kalamunda Performance Arts Centre Kitchen, 48 Canning Road, Kalamunda

Location:

NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED. NEW DATE IS TO BE CONFIRMED. 

Marrissa Verma from Bindi Bindi Dreaming shows us some clever ways of using traditional bush tucker in our every day. Bindi Bindi Dreaming was first established due to the high demand of people from all walks of life wanting to know and understand Aboriginal culture.

Bookings essential - bookings via https://www.trybooking.com/BMHCH

City of Kalamunda

(08) 9257 9999

Cultural Awareness Training

Thursday, 12 November 2020 5.30pm - 8pm

Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre Auditorium, 48 Canning Road, Kalamunda

Location:

Cultural Awareness Training with Neville Collard offering a broader understanding of the Aboriginal Culture explaining the many facets of family structure, traditions and the great assembly of knowledge of the land and environment.  Also featuring dance by Olman Walley - performing to
Karla Mundee - The story of the creation of the Darling Range and the naming of Kalamunda in 1901
Derbral Yerrigan – An instrumental depicting the dreamtime creation of the Avon and Swan rivers by the Wagul
The Fence – the escape of 3 Stolen Generations children from Moore River via the Rabbit Proof Fence

Bookings essential - bookings via https://www.trybooking.com/BMHCJ

City of Kalamunda

(08) 9257 9999

NAIDOC Storytelling & Art

Saturday, 14 November 10am - 12noon

Forrestfield Library, 3 Salix Way, Forrestfield

Location:

Storytelling and crafts

Bookings via: https://www.trybooking.com/BMFTN

City of Kalamunda

(08) 9257 9999

Exhibition: Always Was, Always Will Be

Sunday, 8 November - Sunday, 15 November

Zig Zag Gallery, 50 Railway Road,
Kalamunda

Location:

Showcasing and celebrating Aboriginal & Torres Straight Islander artists works. The landmark exhibition is based on works submitted to the theme Always Was, Always Will Be.

Exhibition Opening is scheduled for Sunday, 8 November 

Gallery Opening hours: 9–4 weekdays; 10–4 weekends

Zig Zag Gallery

(08) 9257 9998

In My Blood It Runs

Friday, 13 November 2020 7pm

Hawaiian's Forrestfield
20 Strelitzia Ave, Forrestfield

Location:

NAIDOC Week screening of the critically acclaimed documentary told through the eyes of charismatic 10-year-old Arrernte/Garrwa boy, Dujuan and his family, revealing the challenges Dujuan faces both in his school and on the streets of Alice Springs. (2019)

Find more about this film via: https://inmyblooditruns.com 

Bookings via: https://www.trybooking.com/BMFSS 

City of Kalamunda

(08) 9257 9999

Closing of NAIDOC @ Mammba

Sunday, 15 November 4pm - 6pm

Hartfield Park, 199 Hale Road, Forrestfield

Location:

Boorloo & Little Doorum | Neville Collard | Nick Abraham & Aurora Abraham Performance | Story telling | Damper | Art Activities | Local Wildlife + much more

Bookings via: https://www.trybooking.com/BMFTP

City of Kalamunda

(08) 9257 9999

EVENTS ARE FREE BUT BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL FOR NAIDOC MOST OF EVENTS LISTED. 

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