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NAIDOC Week: Cultural Connection Art Workshop

Join us for a unique and special art workshop with Aunty Daphney River Woman Rickett and Ranger D as we delve into First Nation's symbols and Dreaming stories.

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NAIDOC Week: Cultural Connection Art Workshop

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Join us for a very special art workshop at the Hills Environment Centre and The Summit Community Centre featuring Aunty Daphney River Woman Rickett and Ranger D.

Aunty Daphney, a respected Elder, and Ranger D, a conservation land manager, will guide you through First Nation's symbols and Dreaming stories. You'll have the chance to create your own narrative on a canvas in a relaxed atmosphere.

Leave with a meaningful canvas of your own and a deeper understanding of Aboriginal art and culture.

Children 8+ are welcome with adult supervision.

Book now to secure your spot.

For further enquiries, contact Elaine Anderson, Coordinator of Hills Environment Centre.

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