Cultural Treasures

Date
15th - 19th March

Cultural Treasures Multicultural Festival is on again, celebrating Shellharbour’s cultural diversity during Harmony Week 2021.

Be a part of the official opening with Aboriginal Welcome to Country and traditional cultural dance with Gumaraa Aboriginal experience, starting from 9:30am.

Activities held at Shellharbour Civic Centre will include Aboriginal performances, story time and craft, African bead bracelet workshop, movie screening of ‘Alex & Eve’, Indian cooking class, Mexican Mariachi and breadmaking workshop and a performance by ‘The Voice’ finalist Masha Mnjovan and Sako Dermerjian.

All activities are free & bookings are essential.

 

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Opening Ceremony & Gumaraa Performance

Be a part of the official opening ceremony with Uncle G and a Gumaraa Performance
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Aboriginal Story Time & Craft

Join Aunty Bev Armer for a reading of the Coomaditchie Dreaming Stories.
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African Zulu Bead Stitch Bracelet workshop

Celebrate Harmony week by learning the unique African inspired Zulu bead-stitching.
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'Alex & Eve' Movie

Join us for an inclusive I’m Hear Too screening of 'Alex and Eve' for Harmony Week.
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Indian Cooking Class

Come along to explore Pramilla Chaturvedi deep passion passion for teaching her culture's delicious exotic food.
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'Jam & Bread' Workshop

Join Jam n Bread for a trip to Mexico!
THE VOICE

Cultural Treasures Live on the Lawn

Come along to the super talented 'The Voice' finalist Masha Mnjoyan with Sako Demerjian