The Arid Lands Environment Centre is hosting a NAIDOC event to acknowledge and celebrate the ongoing work of Arrente custodians who continue to care for and heal country.
Share poetry, song or dance!
This special event will take place at the East Side Community Garden, and we're expecting around 300 people!
The Open Mic session will be the highlight and we are seeking First Nations performers and artists to share poetry, storytelling, song or dance to share.
Location: East Side Community Garden
Time: Event starts 12pm, Open Mic session from 1:00-2:30 pm.
Lunch: Free pizza and damper
If you would like to put your name down as a performer, call 8952 2497 or email [email protected] or visit us at 90 Gap Road.
This is a CovidSafe event, and all attendees are asked to register.
ALEC is hosting this special event in partnership with the NAIDOC Committee at the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress.