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The City of Canterbury Bankstown is kicking the school holidays off early, with events and activities set to begin next week.
Council’s NAIDOC Family Day event, to be held at Anzac Park, Campsie, on Tuesday 3 July (11.30am-1pm), will kick-start school holiday festivities.
The event promises to have something for everyone, including:
Mayor Khal Asfour said he was looking forward to continuing the tradition of celebrating the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, during NAIDOC Week.
"We have more than 2,500 residents in Canterbury-Bankstown who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander," Mayor Asfour said.
"Our City’s rich history, communities, families and land are intrinsically linked to the Darug people, and neighbouring Aboriginal tribes."
This year’s NAIDOC Week theme is ‘because of her, we can’, which is an acknowledgment of the contributions made by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.
From Monday 9 July, when school holidays officially begin, Canterbury-Bankstown has an exciting line-up of activities, events and workshops. These include:
For more information, to find out what’s on near you, or to register for any of the above activities, visit cb.city/schoolholidays or call 9707 9000.
27/02/2019 1:16 PM