You’re invited to join us on Monday May 29 at Aldinga Payinthi College, as part of Reconciliation Week 2023, as we explore the journey and changes that have affected Ngarrindjeri people* since 1788, with Mark from Kool Tours.
Provided is an environment where there are no wrong or right answers, the evening is all about people sitting around, having a yarn in a safe place.
Find out more about Kool Tours, their experiences and the history and knowledge of the local Tribes by following the links below.,
*The Ngarrindjeri people are the traditional Aboriginal Australian people of the lower Murray River, eastern Fleurieu Peninsula, and the Coorong of the southern-central area of the state of South Australia. The term Ngarrindjeri means “belonging to men”, and refers to a “tribal constellation”.
The Ngarrindjeri actually comprised several distinct if closely related tribal groups, including the Jarildekald, Tanganekald, Meintangk and Ramindjeri, who began to form a unified cultural bloc after remnants of each separate community congregated at Raukkan, South Australia (formerly Point McLeay Mission).
Ngarrindjeri – Wikipedia
Monday, May 29 · 6:30 – 7:30pm ACST
Aldinga Payinthi College 150 Quinliven Road Aldinga, SA 5173
Payinthi looks forward to welcoming you and would appreciate if you could circulate and promote within your community.
FREE tickets can be reserved here: https://bit.ly/CommunityReconciliationEvent