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Blak Markets postponed till March 8 2020

blak markets update march 8

We are postponing this Sunday’s Blak Markets till March 8 2020 for the first time in its five years operations due to a weather report which is seeing unprecedented rain -everything remains the same except date.

Our Blak Markets will kick off the year back on Bare Island on Sunday March 8 2020 with Aboriginal stallholders selling their arts and crafts with everything from native plants to award winning jewelry to silk scarves featuring Aboriginal design.

As always there’s a wonderful Festival line up of both contemporary and cultural performances – this market featuring cultural dance performances by Djiriba Waagur and free interactive session for the kids with Larry Brandy Storytellers.

The Blak Markets are a great chance to buy authentic unique gifts knowing that 100% of the profits go back into Aboriginal communities and this market we also have some great new bushfood drink products to sell such as Boab Nut Iced Tea and non-alcoholic draft beers infused with native plant flavours from Aboriginal businesses in the bushfood industry.

The Blak Markets takes place at Bare Island within the Kamay-Botany Bay National Park with the support of the NSW Parks and Wildlife Service and Randwick City Council.

Program

  • 9:30 Markets Open
  • 10:30 Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony
  • 11:00 Dance performance by Djiriba Waagura
  • 11:30 Singing Performance
  • 12:0: Larry Brandy Story Telling
  • 2:00 Dance performance by Djiriba Waagura
  • 2:30 Singing Performance
  • 3pm Gates close

Source: Blak Markets

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