On Tuesday 4 July, Jabree held a very successful community day at the Gold Coast and Hinterland Historical Society with a hands-on cultural workshop run by local Aboriginal artist, Rick Roser, and a traditional didgeridoo and dance performance by NAIDOC grant recipient, Yugerapul Munajali.
We’d like to thank everyone who joined us in celebrating NAIDOC Week. In particular, we’d like to thank Michael Aird (President of the Historical Society and Gold Coast Traditional Owner) and the wonderful volunteers at the historical society for providing such a warm welcome to the venue, for sharing your local knowledge and for putting on light refreshments for the event.
We would also like to thank Rick Roser and Yugerapul Munanjali for creating such a fun day, and for sharing your knowledge and culture with everyone who came.
The event drew a crowd between 50 and 80 people which included Indigenous and non-Indigenous members of the community, families from across Brisbane and Gold Coast region, and a surprise and very welcome visit from a lovely group of international students!
We hope everybody who came along had as wonderful time as we did. For more information about cultural workshops with Jabree, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org