Posted: May 26th, 2016
From 26 May to 3 June, the City of Geraldton will host a series of events for National Reconciliation Week. There are many activities for both locals and visitors to look forward to over the week.
On Saturday, 28 May, the Midwest Yamatji Music Association will host a free concert at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre from 1PM to 10.30PM. The concert will feature Yabu Band, Morning Suns and other artists. Alongside the music there will be an array of community stalls, food and drinks for sale, sand art, dance and circus groups, poetry reading and language classes.
A day of free activities is also planned for Tuesday, 31 May, in Queens Park and at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre. Community members are invited to ‘BBQ in the Park’ featuring food and drink stalls, entertainment by the Bartlett Brothers and speaker Rod Little.
Closing Ceremonies for the week’s events will take place in Edith Cowen Square on Thursday 2 June, and will include an afternoon tea. The Closing Ceremonies will begin at 2PM and finish at 4PM.
For more information about the week’s events, or to contact the City of Geraldton, you can visit the City’s events page here.