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Basket weaving workshop fom Yarnin Pangari 2022
Sunset, welcome to country Major Moogy Sumner

Yarnin Pangari (Talking Spirit) festival

South Australia

Join world renowned performer and cultural ambassador Ngarrindjeri / Kaurna Elder, Major "Moogy" Sumner, for a festival of sharing culture and healing the spirit in the gorgeous natural surrounds of Belair National Park (main oval and pavillion).

Following a welcome smoking ceremony, participate in interactive cultural workshops (dancing, weaving, painting, wood carving, boomerang and spear throwing); sit back and listen to storytelling and truth telling in the yarnin circles with Elders. Enjoy wondering around the community and First Nations artists market place.  

All welcome and encouraged to join in - this is a family friendly *** alcohol free event*** event .

The Adelaide Fringe Community Fund will be purchasing tickets for First Nations community. If you are unable to buy a ticket, please email foundation@adelaidefringe.com.au to request tickets. Please advise in your email how many tickets you require and if they are Adult or Children tickets. (Child between the ages of 2 – 12 years). The Adelaide Fringe Community Fund allocation of available tickets is limited. If you are able to purchase tickets, please support the presenter and artists and purchase.

Presented by: Tal-Kin-Jeri Dance Group

Bring a chair/blanket, food/ snacks etc (some food available for purchase on the day). Free car parking is available via the the Belair Holiday Park entrance (follow the signs to the main oval).