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    Reconciliation in the North: Morning Tea

    Thursday 23 May 2019 | 09:45AM

    Mayor Gillian Aldridge and Mayor Kevin Knight invite you to join us for the Reconciliation in the North morning tea. With a Welcome to Country by Frank Wanganeen, keynote speaker Paul Herzich (award winning Kaurna/ Ngarrindjeri landscape architect and visual artist) speaking about ‘Walk my Journey’.

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    Reconciliation Week: Basket Weaving

    Friday 24 May 2019 | 01:30PM

    Learn how to make beautiful small baskets using Aboriginal weaving techniques. For over 50s only, this workshop is run by weaving artists from Marra Dreaming Indigenous Arts and Crafts.

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    Reconciliation Week: Storytime

    Monday 27 May 2019 | 10:00AM

    Visit our Salisbury Libraries for a special story time in recognition of Reconciliation Week. Library staff will share some wonderful children's stories for 2-5 year olds from our collection. No bookings required. Inquiries can be directed to 8406 8237.

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    Reconciliation at UniSA (Mawson Lakes)

    Tuesday 28 May 2019 | 12:00PM

    Join us for a range of activities including traditional games, a didgeridoo performance and Dreamtime stories. There will also be a boomerang painting for a gold coin donation as well as a Potato Picnic campfire onsite run by Elder Uncle Dookie. No bookings required.

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    Opera Screening: Pecan Summer

    Tuesday 28 May 2019 | 01:00PM

    Pecan Summer is an opera written and composed by the indigenous Australian singer Deborah Cheetham AO, who also sang in every season. It was orchestrated by Jessica Wells. It is the first opera written by an indigenous Australian and involving an indigenous cast. It is based on the February 1939 Cummeragunja walk-off, in which Cheetham's grandparents were involved.

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    Film Screening: Utopia

    Wednesday 12 June 2019 | 06:30PM

    'Utopia' is a 2013 documentary film that explores the experiences of Aboriginal Australians in modern Australia. The title is derived from the Aboriginal homeland community of Utopia, Northern Territory, one of the poorest and most desolate areas in Australia.

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    NAIDOC Week: Art Exhibition

    Thursday 13 June 2019 | 09:00AM

    The City of Salisbury's annual exhibition celebrates the proud Aboriginal heritage of our community.

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    Introduction to Kaurna Language

    Friday 28 June 2019 | 01:30PM

    The Kaurna language is the language of the original people of the Adelaide plains. Increase your awareness of Kaurna culture through the window of language and learn more about the history of the area with workshop teacher, Kira Bains, from Tauondi Aboriginal College.

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    NAIDOC Display: Museum In A Box

    Monday 01 July 2019 | 12:00AM

    Visual and performing arts are integral to Aboriginal lifestyle and identity, connecting land, people, and heritage across Australia and over time.

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    David Rathman (AM, PSM, FIML) In Conversation

    Friday 05 July 2019 | 10:00AM

    Who benefits from colonisation? The England of 1700s was rife with overcrowded prisons and a lack of future sites to house a growing number of people who, through their poverty, committed survival theft. On the other side of the world, European explorers discovered a content with many riches: Australia. Did the coming of European people disrupt, or benefit, the Aboriginal people?

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