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Histories of SA workshop (City of Holdfast Bay)

History of SA

Do you ever wonder why Aboriginal South Australian’s can’t just ‘get over it’? Step into the shoes of those who lived during SA colonisation and explore the perspectives of six Aboriginal nations since European arrival on Australian shores. Journey through the immense impact this had on social, economic, cultural, spiritual and environmental wellbeing for Aboriginal nations. This is a 4-hour inclusive session. It is required that participants stay for the full duration of the session, including the debrief. Please note that it will not be possible for you to participate if you arrive late. Bookings essential.

Presented by City of Holdfast Bay, Southern Cultural Immersion

When

Sat 29 May, 10am-2pm (approx. 4 hrs)

Where

Kauri Community and Sports Centre, cnr Kauri & Scholefield Pde, Seacliff

Price

Per Person: $65.00

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Contact

Jenni Reynolds, 8229 9999, jreynolds@holdfast.sa.gov.au

Info

Companion Card accepted Bookings Essential Wheelchair Access Full Toilet Facilities

Bookings essential

Connect

https://www.holdfast.sa.gov.au/

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