Location: Kidogo Arthouse Fremantle
The City of Fremantle’s award-winning One Day celebration is returning on Saturday 25 January with a fresh approach for a more intimate and meaningful experience.
The 2020 event will focus on the Kidogo Arthouse Precinct for a showcase of Aboriginal food, culture and music with a particular emphasis on young and emerging talent.
A Smoking Ceremony will start the day’s proceedings, which includes music, dance, craft activities, food tastings and an art exhibition.
The family-friendly community event will close with a sunset ceremony including the burning of six balga trees that will carry a closing message of renewal through dance, fire and song.
The free event will also serve as a fundraiser for the Australian Bushfire Appeal with attendees encouraged to donate to the Fremantle Foundation's Freo Fund for Fire Affected which has been set up to support affected communities in the wake of the recent devastating bushfires.
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When: Saturday 25 January
Where: Kidogo Arthouse Precinct and Bathers Beach
8–9am: Smoking Ceremony
9am–12pm: Activities and Entertainment
11am–4pm: Natasha Eldridge and Friends
4–8pm: Live Entertainment and Sunset Ceremony
Bathers Beach Smoking Ceremony
Performances from Natasha Eldridge, Gina Williams, Walyalup Kannajil, Madjitil Moorna choirs, WAM and WA NAIDOC music award winners
Boomerang and mandala rock painting
Bush tucker tastings
Balga tree burning ceremony