The Redland Museum and the multicultural group WeR1 have organized a fun packed program for the second year to celebrate Redland’s rich and diverse community.
Bring the whole family along to this free community event on March 24 from 10am to 3pm.
See the museum come alive with characters in period costume showcasing areas such as the sweet shop and the schoolroom.
Multicultural dolls and historical photos will be on display. Children can explore the Museum on a “Find your Forebears” trail to locate stories about people from different communities. Say “Hola” to Dora the Explorer as she wanders through the museum.
All aboard the miniature train for an enjoyable ride which will take passengers around the Museum grounds throughout the day.
Take the children to the First5Forever children’s story and arts and crafts corner.
Enjoy the tantalizing variety of multicultural dishes WeR1 will have on sale.
Aunty Joan Hendricks will present a Welcome to the Country on the outdoor stage.
Enjoy the entertainment presented throughout the day by Heilani Entertainers, Dance Kaleidoscope, Here’s to Life, the digeridoo player, Baysamba, Ruby Phoenix Tribe & Dukes of Uke. Local Primary School Choirs from Faith Lutheran Victoria Point, St Luke’s Capalaba and St Anthony’s Alexandra Hills will also be part of the celebrations.
Browse the books from every country that Rotary Capalaba will have on sale.
Check out the Ormiston House and Coochiemudlo Historical Association stalls.
Come along to the Redland Museum, 60 Smith St, Cleveland to enjoy this free multicultural community event.