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PROGRAM OF EVENTS. 26 MAY – 3 JUNE 2016 ... While this is a free community event, tickets must be ordered through Eventbrite and produced at the gate ...
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PROGRAM OF EVENTS

FESTIVAL FOODS AVAILABLE

DJADJAWURUNG Bendigo

TAUNGURONG

Maryborough

THROUGHOUT THE WEEK Bush Tomato and Native Basil Arancini served with Chilli Mayo WHERE MAP NO.

Ballarat

WADAWURRUNG

SOVEREIGN HILL CAFÉ 18

Coranderrk MELBOURNE

WOIWORUNG Geelong

Kangaroo Shepherd’s Pie WHERE MAP NO.

Sunbury Melton

BOONWURRUNG Moe

HOPE BAKERY 11

26 MAY – 3 JUNE 2016

Eucalyptus drops (great for coughs and colds)

are available from the Apothecaries’ Hall – the chemist of the 1850s. WHERE MAP NO.

THE WADAWURRUNG

PEOPLE

APOTHECARIES’ HALL 21

WADAWURRUNG

HIDDEN HISTORIES Learn more about the Aboriginal view of the goldrush story through our free digi-tour Hidden Histories: The Wadawurrung People. sovereignhillhiddenhistories.com.au

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CORROBOREE A special performance of traditional Wadawurrung dance and song will be performed by firelight at Sovereign Hill on Friday 3 June. While this is a free community event, tickets must be ordered through Eventbrite and produced at the gate (https://goo.gl/mLbfFa). Food with a bush twist will be available for purchase. This event is not to be missed! TIME DATE WHERE

The Wadawurrung People are the traditional owners of the land we know as Ballarat. In the 1830s, Europeans settled in Victoria and farmed sheep across its grassy plains, with an enormous impact on the Aboriginal People living there. In 1851, following the discovery of gold, hundreds of thousands of international fortune-seekers rushed to the Ballarat goldfields, and a city began to take shape. The lifestyles of the Wadawurrung People changed dramatically as a result of these waves of immigration, but many of their descendants still live in the region.

5.15 - 7.00 PM FRIDAY 3 JUNE POST OFFICE LAKE

Sovereign Hill Education is supported by:

GNARRWIRRING NGITJ FESTIVAL

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY SIGN UNVEILING 7.00 PM

6.30 PM

6.00 PM

5.30 PM

5.00 PM

4.30 PM

4.00 PM

3.30 PM

3.00 PM

2.30 PM

2.00 PM

1.30 PM

1.00 PM

12.30 PM

12.00 NOON

11.30 AM

11.00 AM

10.30 AM

THINGS TO SEE & DO

10.00 AM

MAP NO.

9.30 AM

ACTIVITIES THURSDAY 26 MAY 1 26

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY SIGN UNVEILING GNARRWIRRING NGITJ LECTURE

ABORIGINAL HISTORY EXPERT DR FRED CAHIR TALK, ENTITLED ‘RETHINKING OUR NATIONAL IDENTITY’

SATURDAY 28 MAY 26 10

POST OFFICE LAKE

32

16 26

INVISIBLE PEOPLE, PREVIEW PRESENTATION THE IMPACT OF COLONISATION AND THE GOLD RUSHES ON THE ABORIGINAL PEOPLE OF VICTORIA.

CULTURAL WORKSHOPS LEARN ABOUT ABORIGINAL LIFE, HISTORY AND CULTURE

BASKET WEAVING WORKSHOPS

LEARN HOW TO WEAVE YOUR VERY OWN BASKET

ABORIGINAL HISTORY TOUR

THE GOLDRUSH EXPERIENCES OF ABORIGINAL PEOPLE

LIVE STREET PERFORMANCES

SPECIAL DAYTIME STREET PERFORMANCES

SUNDAY 29 MAY 10

POST OFFICE LAKE

32

LEARN ABOUT ABORIGINAL LIFE, HISTORY AND CULTURE

BASKET WEAVING WORKSHOPS

LEARN HOW TO WEAVE YOUR VERY OWN BASKET

ABORIGINAL HISTORY TOUR

THE GOLDRUSH EXPERIENCES OF ABORIGINAL PEOPLE

LIVE STREET PERFORMANCES

26

SPECIAL DAYTIME STREET PERFORMANCES

47

GUIDED TOUR OF THE PERN COLLECTION

NARMBOOL PROPERTY

16

CULTURAL