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Blak Markets

Day of the Week:
Next Market Sunday 8th April
Opening Times:
10am to 4pm
Location:
Starazer Lawn, Barangaroo Reserve
Barangaroo
Phone: 0499 252 599
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The markets run the first Sunday of the month from this amazing Island fort in Botany Bay.  Browse stalls in search of Aboriginal paintings, jewellery and designs, tuck into a bush-tucker infused meal, do a workshop or watch an Aboriginal cultural performance, while checking out the view of Botany Bay all around you.

Entry hours this month are 10.30am till 5pm to enjoy daylight saving hours but will change back till 9.30am till 4pm when daylight saving finishes in April. Truly relax and catch a bus to La Perouse, with the markets only two minuteswalk from La Perouse Terminus.

The Blak markets are a social enterprise and the proceeds from this market will go towards running our first community program – Seeds to Success at Matraville Soldier’s Settlement- which is an Aboriginal youth Leadership and public speaking program that involves Aboriginal students attending school working with Aboriginal role models and community elders to learn about the traditional uses of plants and developing leadership and public speaking skills through running their own tours. 

– See more at: //www.localmarketguide.com.au/event/185-first-hand-aboriginal-workshops#sthash.wy4WtvcR.dpuThe Blak markets is a showcase of Indigenous culture with products from La Perouse to the Torres Strait. There’s plenty of bush-tucker food and art and craft stalls.First Hands Aboriginal Workshops and Blak Markets are a quarterly market showcasing Aboriginal skills,crafts and culture.

BLAK MARKETS WILL BE ON Sunday, April 8th AT Bare Island Fort La Perouse.

The Blak Markets are a great chance to buy authentic unique gifts knowing that 100% of the profits go back into Aboriginal communities. From original and affordable aboriginal artworks to handmade beauty products, handicrafts to one-of-a-kind homewares and jewellery, there are gifts for all ages.

The Blak Markets are organised by First Hand Solutions which is an Aboriginal charity providing cultural reconnection programs for urban Aboriginal young people and profits from the Blak Markets are invested into these programs.          

Workshop and Tour Programs 

Blak Markets Program Sunday, April 8.

Weaving Workshop – all day 
09.30am Gates Open
10:00 Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony
10:30 Traditional Dance Ceremony by Thikkabilla Vibrations
11:00 Tucky Cooley Whale Ceremony (Booking Required)
1:00 Traditional dance by Thikkabilla Vibrations
2:00 Tucky Cooley –  Healing Ceremony
4:00  Gates close

 

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