It’s here! Black History Month…
Finally this July, residents all around Murarrie, including all of Brisbane, have a great opportunity to seek and celebrate Black History Month, this unique event is a gathering of community coming together celebrating the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders heritage for many years pass.
Black History Month is really an international festival celebrating the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders culture, just as well as Australia, Canada, the UK and the USA.
In 2007, Brisbane became the first ever Australian city to sign up and celebrate this exciting to be seen event…
The festival is held in the conjunction with NAIDOC Week (7-14 July), a national celebration of Aboriginal and Islanders culture coming together as one big family, this event is for all ages and it is strictly Drug and Alcohol Free..
Residents can head along and have a great time with the family, and the different culture to the Colorist Festival from 7-10 July for an artistic depiction of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander philosophy while Golden Days, on Saturday 13 July, is another opportunity to enjoy traditional music and the freedom of dancing.
To find out more visit the website: www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/blackhistorymonth