NAIDOC party to kick off at Clock Park

NAIDOC week celebrations will be held at Lowood's Clock Park on Saturday July 11.

Plenty of activities and entertainment celebrating the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will be integrated into the free event which is open to everyone from 10am-3pm.

Celebrations will include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dancers, the Huntsmen performing live, Aboriginal tucker, a didgeridoo workshop, boomerang painting, an art exhibition, free children's activities and various market stalls.

There will also be a Deadly Talent Competition which is open to everyone with prizes up for grabs.

Talented residents who would like to participate are encouraged to phone or visit the Lowood Hub in Railway St 5426 3432.



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