Womens Yarning Circle

Women's Yarning Circle will take place on the Billabong Creek near Jerilderie, through YACTAC’s Refreshing Rivers Program:

Date: Sunday 21st April

Time: 11am -2.30 pm

Location: banks of the Billabong Creek

Activities include:

•         Welcome to Country

•         Basket weaving

•         Indigenous storytelling

•         Book reading

•         Wetland planting demonstration

•         eDNA sampling and water quality testing

•         Catered lunch and drinks on the creek 

RSVP: Thurs18th April (essential for catering): andrea@refreshingrivers.org.au

Numbers limited to 20 adults + children

The Women's Yarning Circle is a gathering aimed at fostering storytelling, collaboration and fun. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in various activities while enjoying the gorgeous Billabong creek.

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The Refreshing Rivers Program is a collaboration between government, industry, research, and community organisations, led by Local Land Services. This Program has been assisted by the New South Wales Government through its Environmental Trust.

The Refreshing Rivers Program works on Country that always was and always will be Aboriginal land. We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land and waters, and we pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.

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