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Refugee Week: Live Traditional Vietnamese Music

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Tuesday 15 June 2021 - Tuesday 15 June 2021

Venue: Mezzanine, Salisbury Community Hub

Cost: FREE

As a part of our celebration of Refugee Week, we are pleased to have Dang Thao Nguyen accompanied by Ros Hewton playing the traditional Vietnamese instrument #1 Dan Tran (known as the 22 stringed Vietnamese Harp) and other instruments. Come and visit the Salisbury Community Hub and enjoy some live music.

When: Tuesday 15 June, 11.30am to 1.30pm

Cost:  Free

Where: Salisbury Community Hub, 34 Church St Salisbury

Enquires: 8406 8368

The purpose of Refugee Week is to create a platform for education, understanding, celebration and reflection. This is supported by the Council’s Intercultural Strategic Plan 2017-2027 and internal Diversity and Inclusion Policy.  In 2016, City of Salisbury became a Refugee Welcome Zone and recent data shows that approximately 60% of refugees entering South Australia are calling the City of Salisbury home. Refugee Week includes Refugee Day 20 June and this year’s theme is unity.

For more information on Refugee Week click here.

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Note: During 2 to 28 June, the City of Salisbury is also hosting a Refugee Week Exhibition: "New Land, New Hope"

The Australian Refugee Association has produced a banner exhibition to commemorate 30 years of settlement in Adelaide by refugees from the Horn of Africa region (Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia). 

As part of Refugee Week, you're invited to visit the exhibition “New Land, New Hope”, which was recently displayed at The Migration Museum. It features banners showcasing local refugees, including residents of City of Salisbury.

Time: Business hours

Cost: FREE

Where:  Salisbury Community Hub, 34 Church Street Salisbury

Enquiries: 8406 8222

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