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NAIDOC in the City – Tranby Stall

July 3 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

NAIDOC Week is a time for everyone to celebrate and show respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.

For a fabulous and free day outdoors, head along to NAIDOC in the City.

Main Stage
11am – Opening Ceremony
11:10am – Jax and Daz from Muggera Dancers
11.50am – Jessie Lloyd
12.30pm – Radical Son
1.30pm – Green Hand Band
2.30pm – Mi-kaisha

Kids’ Culture
11.15am-11.40am – Storytelling with Dr Anita Heiss
11.45am-12pm – Dancestry with NAISDA
12.05pm-12.35pm – Culture Workshops with Matt Doyle
12.40pm-1.10pm – Busher Tucker Session with Jess Sinnott
1.15pm-1.40pm – Storytelling with Dr Anita Heiss
1.45pm-2pm – Dancestry with Jax and Daz from Muggera Dancers
2.05pm-2.35pm – Language Workshop with Deb Lennis
2:40pm-2:55pm- Dancestry with NAISDA

Other activities in the Kids’ Culture area
11am – 12pm– Illustration Workshop with Dub Leffler
11am-3pm – Basket Weaving with the Billinudgel Weavers
11am-3pm – Murra Wurra Weaving demonstration
11am-3pm – Taronga Zoo with the Zoomobile
11am-3pm – City of Sydney Libraries program

Kids’ Art and Games
11am-3pm – Art Workshops with Aunty Gail Mabo
11am-3pm – NRL Clinic with NRL One Community
11am-3pm – Soccer Clinic with Sydney FC
11am-3pm – Sydney Kings basketball skills
11am-3pm – Australian Rugby Union with Olympic 7s Rugby Players
11am – 3pm – AFL with NAIDOC Kick to Kick

Food Zone
11am-3pm – Food stalls available
From 11.30am – Cooking demonstrations with Mark Olive
12pm – Earth Oven

Knowledge and Culture
Learn all about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures with displays by Tranby, Australian Museum, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Sydney TAFE – Eora College, ANTaR Sea of Hands, NSW Aboriginal Land Council, Indigenous Digital Excellence Initiative, State Library of NSW and the City of Sydney’s Eora Journey.

Marketplace
Come along to NAIDOC’s marketplace to buy local art, craft and produce, featuring:
•didgeridoos, boomerangs and paintings
•delicious foods such as preserves and relishes featuring native plants
•clothing and accessories
•picture books
•jewellery

Details

Date:
July 3
Time:
11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Venue

Hyde Park
Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia + Google Map