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Riverland community to celebrate Harmony Day


March 2018

The Riverland Multicultural Forum Inc in partnership with Riverland Youth Theatre, Riverland Singh Society and local community groups of the Riverland region are celebrating diversity for Harmony Day 2018 on Saturday March 24, from 2pm to 7.00pm with a free event to be held on the picturesque lakefront in Barmera.

Riverland residents are invited to come along and celebrate the Riverland’s cultural diversity by joining in the fun in the afternoon.

Celebrating this year’s Harmony Day which is celebrated nationally on March 21, this year’s event will be held Saturday afternoon March 24, with an event that showcases the Riverland’s strong spirit of inclusiveness.

"We want to celebrate Harmony Day and show a sense of belonging for everyone. Our event reminds the community why our cultural diversity is one of our regions greatest assets and we are stronger because of it", said Peter Ppiros, Chairperson, Riverland Multicultural Forum Inc.

Peter also encouraged people to share their Harmony Day celebrations and pictures on social media using #harmonyday.

Harmony Day coincides with the United Nations Inter-national Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

This free event which includes cultural performances from local and visiting per-formers; food; children’s activities including circus workshops by Cirkidz in partnership with RYT, Head-space activities, stalls and the amazing Barmera CFS will be on site with some exciting activities and opportunities.

The ever popular Turbans and Trust will be on site once again. Come and meet the team from Turbans and Trust and get to wear a turban for the afternoon. Participate in discussion structured around the sacred sense turbans have for Sikh’s and the history of the turban in Australia. An opportunity not to be missed!

What a perfect way to spend a Saturday afternoon in the Riverland. Enjoy all that’s on offer including the free delicious food provided by the Riverland Singh Society. We invite everyone, no matter who they are or where they’re from, to come along and have fun and appreciate that our differences make our community a great place to live.

Performances for this year also include the AfroOz who delighted the audience last year with their exciting fusion of music and song and their ability to get everyone up and dancing!

There are still places for stall holders or perhaps you would like to perform and showcase your culture. If so, please call Danyon at RYT as soon as possible.’

This year the event is kindly supported by Multicultural SA, Riverland Multicultural Forum Inc; Riverland Youth Theatre; Riverland Singh Society; Berri Barmera Council and Australian Migrant Resource Centre.

For more information about the Riverland event contact Danyon at RYT on mobile 0499778410; phone 85863437; email


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