Carols by Candlelight will now be running from Craigieburn Central Shopping Centre Car Park this Saturday 3 December.
Published on 05 November 2020
This year NAIDOC Week is being celebrated from 8 – 15 November, with a focus on the theme Always Was, Always Will Be.
NAIDOC Week celebrations are held each year, to recognise the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Join us to celebrate NAIDOC week in 2020 with:
Monday 9 November
Welcome to Country by Aunty Julianne Axford (video message available from 11am).
Wednesday 11 November:
Learn about our Reconciliation Mosaics Trail project.
The Reconciliation Mosaics Trail was created by Hume residents with Indigenous artist Karen Lovett, in partnership with Kangan Institute Indigenous Education Centre. Design interpretation by mosaicist Libby McKinnon.
More information about the Reconciliation Mosaics Trail
Thursday 12 November:
Hume Libraries Facebook Storytime with Barb.
Friday 13 November:
Hume Libraries Facebook Rhymetime with Josie.
Download our list of resources(PDF, 291KB)
Find out above other NAIDOC events: www.naidoc.org.au
Check out dreamtime stories to read during NAIDOC Week at www.dreamtime.net.au/dreaming/story-list/
Check out ‘Deadly Questions’ - Learn from Aboriginal Victorians about the oldest continuous cultures on earth. Here you can explore Aboriginal cultures, histories, ideas, opinions and Treaty in Victoria. Ask your questions at www.deadlyquestions.vic.gov.au