Uncle Moogy invites you to an afternoon of 'sharing culture and healing the spirit'.
Join world renowned performer and cultural ambassador Ngarrindjer Elder Major "Moogy" Sumner for a picnic to celebrate Caring for Country.
In the gorgeous natural surrounds of Belair National Park, the afternoon will begin with a Welcome to Country and smoking ceremony, followed by an inspiring and interactive dance performance by the Tal-Kin-Jeri Dance Group followed by a variety of workshops and listening circle.
Following that, there will be a special screening of Ringbalin - Breaking the Drought - A powerful documentary about the healing of Australia's greatest river and its diverse peoples through ancient ceremony of culture and spirit.
BYO - Chair, blanket, picnic food/ snacks.* Please note this is an alcohol free event.
Caring for Country is social-political, cultural, environmental, physical and emotional well-being of Indigenous peoples. The relationships between First Nation People and country is encapsulated in the saying ‘healthy country, healthy people’.
Funds from the Caring for Country picnic will go directly towards the next Ringbalin River Ceremony.
All welcome - This family friendly picnic open to everyone.
Note: Belair National Park entry fee may apply on the day (we are currently in negotiation for fee waiver for event participants) otherwise free parking is available at walking distance.