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NAIDOC Week Community.a.Fair

Our collaborative canvas came out again at Addi Road On July 10.  This time we had a mix of ages. This was reflected on the canvas. The adults and teens worked the top of the canvas while the younger children worked the bottom of the canvas.

Do have a read of this article from the Addi Road Website.


Learn more about NAIDOC WEEK at the SBS Learn site.


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