NAIDOC Week 2013 in Baw Baw
Baw Baw Community Notices
By William PJ Kulich // 18:55, Sunday 7 July 2013
THE Kurnai Nations are celebrating NAIDOC (National Aboriginies and Islanders Day Observance Committee) Week with a number of events across Baw Baw.
Pictured: elders Kaylene and Linda with their bark petition exhibit at the West Gippsland Arts Centre. Photo from Kurnai Nations Facebook page.
EXHIBITION: An exhibition is open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday in the West Gippsland Arts centre, foyer area. Free entry.
STORYTIME: Tiddalik the Frog read by Sandra Mullet – Douin Library, 2pm Tuesday 9 July. Free.
Story Time with Dale: Wednesday July 10, 10am – Douin Library.
LINOCUT: Learn the art of linocut printmaking over three short sessions. Produce your own small edition of prints. Age: nine to adult. 10am to 12pm each day:
Tuesday 9 July – Draw & Design
Wednesday 10 July: Cutting the block
Thursday 11 July: Printing your linocut
Cost: $15 covers three sessions and materials. Numbers limited, bookings required. Phone 5625 1999.
KIDS’ STUFF: Winter Festival, Kurnai Crayon Rubbings
Ages three and up. Cost: free (but $7 to get into Kidstuff festival)
10am to 3pm, Sat 13 July, in Bookmobile in Civic place
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