Information night: Pastor Ray Minniecon

Is a descendant of the Kabi Kabi Nation and the Gurang Gurang Nation.

And a long time fighter for Aboriginal rights and dignity.

Ray has had extensive involvement with many Aboriginal educational programs

Ray Will be talking about:

  • The Coloured Digger Project
  • Kinchela Boys Home
  • Serving a ‘changing’ Redfern and much more!
  • Plus Q&A

Ray earned a BA in Theology and Education at Murdoch University, WA.

In 2001, Ray spoke in Italy at a Global Forum on Ethics and Economics,where he also had a private audience with the Pope.

When: 7:30pm, Monday 10th November
Where: Mona Vale Memorial Hall, 1606 Pittwater Rd, Mona Vale (Next to Mona Vale Library)
Cost: Free and all welcome including light supper

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Previous Information night:
Bennelong and Bungaree

  

Keith Vincent Smith - A Historian in Indigenous People

Keith will give an illustrated talk about these significant Aboriginal leaders.

Bungaree circumnavigated Australia with Matthew Flinders and was one of the first people to be called an Australian.

He was granted land at Georges Head by Governor Macquarie 200 years ago on 31 January 2015.

When: 7:30pm, Monday 8th September
Where: Mona Vale Memorial Hall, 1606 Pittwater Rd, Mona Vale (Next to Mona Vale Library)
Cost: Free and all welcome including light supper

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Previous Information night:
NAIDOC 2014

Neil Evers explains NAIDOC Serving Country: Centenary & Beyond

Then Adam Cryer (Aboriginal Child Youth & Family – Community Facilitator, Hornsby Shire Council) will show:

Mini Short Film Festival

  • Spiritual Connections
  • Rainbow Serpent's Cave
  • Devil's Rock

As part of the ‘Our Place’ Project, the three short films feature Aboriginal stories that are told by descendants of the Durag & Guringai people, and are associated with the Hornsby Shire.

When: Monday July 14th at 7:30pm
Where: Mona Vale Memorial Hall, 1606 Pittwater Rd, Mona Vale

Cost: Free and all welcome including light supper

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Previous Information night:
Gai-mariagal Aboriginal Owned National Park

When: Monday May 12th at 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Where: Mona Vale Memorial Hall, 1606 Pittwater Rd, Mona Vale (Next to Mona Vale Library)

Gai-mariagal Aboriginal Owned National Park

All welcome - this is a free night including light supper

Guest speakers Judith Bennett & Jenny Harris will outline the future plans for the Gai-mariagal Aboriginal Owned National Park.