The Loddon Plains Landcare Network has organised a tree planting day at four sites, from Wedderburn to Durham Ox. A dinner (with entertainment by KINJA) will be held in the Serpentine Hall on September 4th - planting planned for this day has been postponed until Oct 16 due to wet conditions.
September 4th Social event
5.30 pm Arrive Serpentine Hall (Drinks and nibbles)
6.30 pm Dinner and entertainment
9 pm Close
Ron Murray and Sarah James celebrate the cultural heritage of their ancestors in a blend of Indigenous Australian and Celtic music. Ron, a descendent of the Wamba Wamba tribe (Swan Hill, Victoria), and Sarah, whose roots are Scottish, perform under the name Kinja, a Wamba Wamba word meaning 'my home'. With Ron on didgeridoo and Sarah playing the fiddle, and singing, the sounds of Aboriginal Australia uniquely combine with the jigs, reels, airs and ballads of Scotland and Ireland. In many ways Ron and Sarah feel that playing together is their special contribution to reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in this country.
Made possible by the generous support of the Inglewood & Districts Community Branch of the Bendigo Bank