Moira Shire Cultural Diversity Week

Moira Shire celebrates Cultural Diversity Week 2021 by facilitating a host of FREE, COVID-Safe Compliant activities you are welcome to enjoy, such as:
• Artwork display at Yarrawonga’s Neighbourhood House.
• Barmah Forest Heritage and Education Centre Tour.
• Storytime & Traditional Dress at the Cobram Library.
• Children’s Cultural Games and activities.
Skate Drum Fun
“Skate Drum Fun” is a free skate workshop including a cultural acoustic drumming performance by “In the Groove”.

Friday, 19th March : Numurkah Skatepark,4pm-6pm,
Saturday, 20th March : Nathalia Skatepark 11am-1pm and the Strathmerton Skatepark 4pm – 6pm
Sunday, 21st March : Cobram Skatepark 11am – 1pm and the Yarrawonga Skatepark from 4pm – 6pm.

All participants must register by emailing youth@moira.vic.gov.au or calling 5871 9222.

Basket Weaving Workshop – Wednesday, 17th March
Basket Weaving Demonstration and Workshop at the Yarrawonga Neighbourhood House, 1 Hargrave Court, Yarrawonga.
Learn about basket weaving with renowned Indigenous artist Dr. Treahna Hamm, who promotes Indigenous Culture through story telling. Using recycled materials adds an environmentally friendly twist. Refreshments will be served.

Bookings are essential – email office@ynh.org.au or call 5744 3911.

Cultural Diversity Garden – Thursday, 18th March
From 2:30pm to 4pm, enjoy an afternoon tea to celebrate the creation of a Diversity Garden at the Cobram Community House, 43-45 Punt Road in Cobram. This garden will be created, between Monday, 15th March and Sunday, 21st March. This is an outside event, weather permitting, but will be moved indoors if cold or wet.

Booking is Essential by calling 5872 2224.

Movies at Numurkah – Thursday, 18th March
11:30am, at the Numurkah Town Hall in Knox St, the Movies at Numurkah Film Society invite you to come along and enjoy a cultural movie, “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”. Enjoy a Greek light lunch whilst watching this funny and light hearted movie.

Attendance numbers are strictly limited and Bookings are Essential by calling 0492 936 675.