Updated: December 02, 2011
Kimberley Culture Fest, Adelaide
Saturday 10th December is International Human Rights Day, and here in Adelaide you can celebrate and show your support at the inaugural Kimberley Culture Festival at Elder Park from 3 - 8pm.
Come and learn about the culture and environmental significance of the Kimberley; hear about the the threats to the region and how you can help. Learn about the secrets and mystery of the Kimberley, home to an extraordinary wealth of biodiversity, stunning landscapes and even Dinosaur footprints.
What: Kimberley Culture Festival
When: Saturday 10th December, 3-8pm
Where: Elder Park
The event will showcase the stories from the local community and word from organisations on the ground in Walmadan, James Price Point, with roots and reggae music from local Adelaide bands.
Come along and show your support for the Kimberley, and enjoy a sunny day filled with food, market stalls, information about the Kimberley, guest speakers and live music featuring Irie Knights, Minority Tradition, Moore Black & The Organic Roots and Dan Spencer.
We hope to see you there for a whale of a day!
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For more information, please contact:
The Wilderness Society (South Australia) Inc
Postal: GPO Box 1734
Adelaide, SA, 5001
Lvl 7, 118 King William St,
Adelaide, SA, 5000
Phone: 08 8231 6586