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NAIDOC week celebrations

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James, Shanikwa and Shamiyah will have plenty to keep them entertained this NAIDOC Week, which in fact runs over several different weeks in different shires. Photo Eve Jeffery.

Although the official week runs from 7 to 14 July, tomorrow sees a day of celebrations at Lismore Showground with more than 60 service providers, display by Reptile world, children’s rides, jumping castle and face painting, bands and live performances, BBQ and much more! Check the Lismore what’s on website for details and bus timetable to the showground.

On the week itself Byron’s Arakwal community will celebrate with a NAIDOC Community Day at Mullum Neighbourhood Centre on Tuesday, a film night at Byron Community Centre on Wednesday and the traditional NAIDOC walk and Family Day at Peace Pole on Thursday.

For more information visit the NAIDOC or Arakwal websites for more information.


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