Upcoming Events

Mabu Mabu damper making class – ONLINE – Wednesday 27 May

In this virtual class, Nornie will show us how to make three kinds of damper: pumpkin and pepperberry, wattleseed and saltbush.

There will also be a Q&A on how you can use native ingredients in your everyday cooking, while sharing stories about Indigenous food, cooking, and the Chef’s (Nornie Bero) culture heritage; the Komet Tribe of the Meriam People of Mer Island in the Torres Strait. 

Download the PDF flyer here

To avoid missing out, please make sure to register by calling the Koori Women’s Place on 9244 3333 or kwp@djirra.org.au

Location: (Djirra) Koori Women’s Place, ABBOTSFORD VIC

In this virtual class, Nornie will show us how to make three kinds of damper: pumpkin and pepperberry, wattleseed and saltbush.

There will also be a Q&A on how you can use native ingredients in your everyday cooking, while sharing stories about Indigenous food, cooking, and the Chef’s (Nornie Bero) culture heritage; the Komet Tribe of the Meriam People of Mer Island in the Torres Strait. 

Download the PDF flyer here

To avoid missing out, please make sure to register by calling the Koori Women’s Place on 9244 3333 or kwp@djirra.org.au

Date : 27/05/2020, Time : 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
(Djirra) Koori Women’s Place, ABBOTSFORD VIC

Wayapa Wuurrk – ONLINE- Wednesday 10 June

Are you feeling disconnected from the world around you?

Come and hear from Gunditjmara/Muthi Muthi woman Jacara Egan, as she shares wellness through Wayapa Wuurrk: An Earth Mindfulness Practice.

Wayapa is a lifestyle of reconnection, reigniting our innate connection as Aboriginal people to mother earth and all the elements that she has in order to create balance in our planet and within our own spirit. Are you ready to connect to mother earth on a deep and meaningful level?Wayapa Wuurrk translates to “Connect to the Earth” in the languages of the Gunditjmara people from South West Victoria and the Gunai people from Gippsland Victoria. Based on ancient Indigenous wisdom, Wayapa combines mindfulness, narrative meditation and physical movement. By including EARTH into MIND, BODY SPIRIT, we can truly create holistic wellbeing and sustainability.

Download the PDF flyer here

To avoid missing out, please make sure to register by calling the Koori Women’s Place on 9244 3333 or kwp@djirra.org.au

 

Location: (Djirra) Koori Women’s Place, ABBOTSFORD VIC

Are you feeling disconnected from the world around you?

Come and hear from Gunditjmara/Muthi Muthi woman Jacara Egan, as she shares wellness through Wayapa Wuurrk: An Earth Mindfulness Practice.

Wayapa is a lifestyle of reconnection, reigniting our innate connection as Aboriginal people to mother earth and all the elements that she has in order to create balance in our planet and within our own spirit. Are you ready to connect to mother earth on a deep and meaningful level?Wayapa Wuurrk translates to “Connect to the Earth” in the languages of the Gunditjmara people from South West Victoria and the Gunai people from Gippsland Victoria. Based on ancient Indigenous wisdom, Wayapa combines mindfulness, narrative meditation and physical movement. By including EARTH into MIND, BODY SPIRIT, we can truly create holistic wellbeing and sustainability.

Download the PDF flyer here

To avoid missing out, please make sure to register by calling the Koori Women’s Place on 9244 3333 or kwp@djirra.org.au

 

Date : 10/06/2020, Time : 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
(Djirra) Koori Women’s Place, ABBOTSFORD VIC

Ngumpie weaving workshop (earrings) – ONLINE- Wednesday 24 June

 Tegan Murdock is a proud Barkindtji, Yorta Yorta woman. She has been weaving for two years, taught by her mum which she now passes onto others. Tegan uses weaving on healing and medicine, to connect to culture and to share this special craft with the world.

 This is a creative and fun workshop that will give you the basic skills to create a woven pair of earrings whilst getting inspiration from Tegan.

Places filling fast….  The first 25 women to register will receive an earring starter kit.

Download the PDF flyer here 

To avoid missing out, please make sure to register by calling the Koori Women’s Place on 9244 3333 or kwp@djirra.org.au

Location: (Djirra) Koori Women’s Place, ABBOTSFORD VIC

 Tegan Murdock is a proud Barkindtji, Yorta Yorta woman. She has been weaving for two years, taught by her mum which she now passes onto others. Tegan uses weaving on healing and medicine, to connect to culture and to share this special craft with the world.

 This is a creative and fun workshop that will give you the basic skills to create a woven pair of earrings whilst getting inspiration from Tegan.

Places filling fast….  The first 25 women to register will receive an earring starter kit.

Download the PDF flyer here 

To avoid missing out, please make sure to register by calling the Koori Women’s Place on 9244 3333 or kwp@djirra.org.au

Date : 24/06/2020, Time : 11:00 am - 1:30 pm
(Djirra) Koori Women’s Place, ABBOTSFORD VIC