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Klub Koori presents ELDERS NIGHT

1 April 2018

Klub Koori and Gadigial Information Service present Elders Night, an opportunity for our community elders to come together and celebrate the conclusion of the 2018 Eora Elders
Olympics.
Elders Night will be held on Friday, 6th April 2018 from 6pm to 10pm, at Rowers on Cooks River, 1 Levey Street Wolli Creek.
The entertainment for the evening will include performances by the Redfern Dance Company, country singer Sharnee Fenwick and veteran Bidjigal troubadour Vic Simms and
Band.
Admission includes a two course meal with with beverage refreshments and lucky door prizes.

This event couldn’t happen without the support of our sponsors and partners. We would
like to acknowledge the Eora Elders Olympics, Kurranulla Aboriginal CorporationThe National Centre of Indigenous ExcellenceAustralian Unity, and Tribal Warrior Association.

Tickets are $20 each and available from www.kooriradio.com or by phone from Gadigal Information Service reception (02) 9384 4000.

Tickets are limited, so get in quick and don’t miss out on a 
deadly night!

For more information please email info@gadigal.org.au.

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