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Native Food tastes and Lunchtime Yarns with Norm Stanley

Pop into GPAC for Reconciliation week -  27th to the 31st May and indulgence in some native tastes

From the café for purchase:

  • Sandalwood nut choc brownies
  • Lemon Myrtle Cake
  • Scones ( damper)
  • Rosella Coconut Slice

And Billy Tea.

On Thursday 30th from 12.30 – 1.30  there will be a Lunchtime Yarns with Norm Stanley in the GPAC foyer with free sweets for people to drop in with their lunch.

Norm Jurrawaa Stanley is a Kurnai / Wotjabaluk musician, artist and storyteller who was born on and still lives, works and plays on Wathaurong Country. He is a proud father of 5 children aged 21 to 5 months old. He has worked in many areas, but teaching his culture is his passion. Norm follows in the footsteps of his ancestors by sharing the stories of land, life and culture through the many different art forms he practises.

No bookings required

Drop in for a lunchtime native taste sensation and don’t miss having yarn with Norm Stanley.

Donations

27th May - 31st May Free Event 27th May - 31st May Free Event Ended

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