Yorke Peninsula Council is partnering with Narungga Nations Aboriginal Corporation and Nharangga Aboriginal Progress Association to deliver the Narungga Cultural Day this Sunday, May 22.
The free event will be a chance to visit the Minlagawi Gum Flat Reserve, near Minlaton, and learn about traditional science, knowledge, skills, culture and caring for Country.
Narungga Elders and people will host guided walks for community members to learn about the wells, scar trees, tools, string and net making, cultural burning, storytelling and bush tucker.
Also on offer will be an artist market, Newchurch Horticulture tastings and products, children’s activities, music and yarning.
Mayor Darren Braund says, “The Narungga Cultural Day is an opportunity for people to come together and learn about Narungga people’s traditions.”
The event is funded by the Landscape SA Northern and Yorke Grassroots Grants program.
To register for the event visit https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/narungga-cultural-day-22-may-2022-tickets-330273154897
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