Monday 22nd May 2017
Council hosts Aboriginal Community Art project
Thursday 18th May 2017
Draft CCTV and surveillance camera policy on exhibition
Wednesday 24th May 3:30pm - 6:30pm
Council Meeting 24 May 2017
Sunday 28th May 10:00am - 2:00pm
50th Anniversary of 1967 Constitutional Referendum Community Art Project
Wingecarribee Aboriginal Community Cultural Centre
The 1967 referendum altered the Australian Constitution. More than 90 per cent of Australian voters chose ‘Yes’ to count Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the census and give the Australian Government the power to make laws for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
The Community Art Project will be facilitated by Aunty Wendy Lotter. The mural will represent community & individual participation in the Referendum and the cascading effects of this historic event.
When: Sunday 28th May, 2017
Where: Wingecarribee Aboriginal Community Cultural Centre
1a Rainbow Road, Mittagong
Time: 10am - 2pm
A FREE BBQ lunch will be provided.
For further information contact:email@example.com
Wingecarribee Shire Council in partnership with Ngaran Ngaran Culture Awareness would like to offer Aboriginal Culture Awareness training, to community services and organisations or interested people that seeks to increase awareness of cultural difference and to help ensure our working relationships are as effective as they can be.
Culture and Community Responsive Training is appropriate for any group that has had limited or no introduction to Aboriginal people and culture.This training also incorporates high level engagement and awareness strategies for the more advanced organisations.
The workshop is adaptable and has been delivered in a variety of settings and age groups from schools to corporate environments. It is designed to create a framework for establishing strong relationships, enhanced understanding, and respect for Aboriginal culture. In fostering these principles, our aim is to assist organisations to transform good intentions into action on their journey towards reconciliation.
CCRT is a 4 hour workshop, held in a classroom format with a twist of cultural elements including Yidaki Story performance (didgeridoo). It takes participants through three core components of Aboriginal culture, plus an overview on understanding and engaging in key aspects of community.
Workshops are coordinated by Ngara Ngaran Culture Awareness director and lead facilitator Dwayne ‘Naja’ Bannon-Harrison.
Further information please click here culture-awareness-training-flyer-2017.pdf
To book click here: https://ccrtraining.eventbrite.com
Wailwaan & Yuin man, Millmullian and Wiradjuri & Ngemba woman Nyimirr are returning to run another trans-formative workshop developing spiritual connectedness through dance. Get in touch with your inner wisdom, with our country, our great mother, and with spirit creator. Connect with each other and begin to feel more deeply our threads of connections to all things.
Millmullian & Nyimirr are cultural and spiritual leaders in their communities and have offered us this rare opportunity to connect as they normally live in the far west of NSW.
Workshop includes spiritual and cultural teachings involving Aboriginal cultural dance, dreaming stories, Aboriginal language songs and a smoking ceremony. Join us for some singing, dancing and sharing of our earth culture. It will be a day for connecting deeply with your body, with nature (Country) and for building relationships with your friends and family. We look forward to meeting you very soon! All ages welcome!
Where: Shanti Mission Canyonleigh
Address: 2792 Canyonleigh Rd, Canyonleigh
Date: Saturday 3rd June
Time: 10am - 3pm
Bookings essential. Exchange: Minimum $50 donation per person is required at time of booking. If you have children they are welcome FREE with any paying adult. Lunch: Please bring a plate to share.
Fruit and Vegetable Boxes
0429 362 426to place an order by 3pm Monday afternoon.
Aboriginal Supported Playgroup, Mondays, between 10am -12pm