This Domestic & Family Violence Prevention Month - Strong Women Talking Art Exhibition in partnership with Wesley Mission Qld will showcase 5 local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and also art works created in Strong Women Talking's Domestic Violence Prevention Workshops and Women's Groups. Please join us for an evening of city views and fine food at this beautiful location in the heart of the CBD - Wesley House Rooftop Terrace. We will hear from Founder Sono Leone on the journey so far to stop domestic and family violence and also hear stories from survivors of violence and also enjoy in local First Nation catering.
Please RSVP to the link below if you can attend for catering purposes and as spaces are limited & bookings are essential.
This event is now fully booked. Thankyou to all who are going to attend.
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Strong Women Talking in partnership with Wesley Mission Qld will be hosting a Morning Tea at:
Where: 930 Gympie Rd Chermside Qld 4032 in the UHL Hall
Date: 31st May 2019
Time: 10am til 11:30am
Join us for a morning tea provided by local First Nation Catering business Native Sweetness and also to enjoy in celebrating what Reconciliation is to Strong Women Talking and our local community on Brisbane North. Hear stories from our elders about what life was like living under the Act and hear the shared history of our nation. Come and hear from our non Indigenous brothers and sisters who will also share on what meaningful relationships look like as we walk out Reconciliation through every day life and not just during the week. Hear from local artists and dancers, connect and come journey together.
Please RSVP to Sono Leone at
0435 756 411
By 27th May 2019
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