TWILIGHT WALK: Boundary Street, Spring Hill to Boundary Street, West End Walk
On Sunday 10th February 2013, Reconciliation Queensland will be coordinating and participating in a Twilight Walk “Boundary to Boundary” in commemoration and celebration of the 5th anniversary of the Apology handed down by the Australian Government in 2008. You are invited to join the walk which starts at 3:00pm and is a slow, police supported walk from St James College, Boundary Street, Spring Hill to Boundary Street, West End (approx. 4km) which recognises the boundaries of indigenous exclusion at twilight from the Brisbane settlement during the 19th century. The walk ends at the State Library where participants gather to share stories and enjoy a Barbeque and the music of local artists.
Walkers to meet at St James College, 201 Boundary St, Brisbane at 2.00pm
Please wear comfortable walking shoes, catch public transport and bring wet weather gear in case of rain.
This is an important day for all Australians and we look forward to walking alongside you on the day!
On Sunday 10th February 2013, Reconciliation Queensland Inc is hosting a display of market stalls in the kuril dhagun, at the State Library of Queensland. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and craftspeople will
be demonstrating their skills and sharing their cultures. Organisations committed to Reconciliation will be illustrating their contribution to the journey. The display will run from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm and is open to the public, this is a free event to attend.
For further information on these events contact Rosalie Raciti. Phone: 07 3857 2373 Email: email@example.com