GATHAA First Nations Market

First Nations market

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Forest Glen Village Centre

354 Mons Rd Forest Glen, Sunshine Coast

Embark on a cultural journey as GATHAA First Nations Market makes its debut on Gubbi Gubbi Country, Sunshine Coast.

Forest Glen Village will transform into a vibrant hub of culture, creativity, and connection as the First Nations community comes together to showcase their amazing creations, talents and products, in celebration of the world’s oldest surviving culture.

We're excited to kick off our very first GATHAAing with you on Sunday, 10th December.

This will be a fun family day out filled with food, music, crafts and culture

Welcome to Country

First Nations artisans, creatives and entrepreneurs showcasing their creations and talents

Live Bushfood Demonstration with Aunty Dale Chapman

Cultural Workshops – Weaving, Creating your own deadly dot pot

Creative workshop with art and didg sound therapy for the Jarjums

Bushfoods and bushfood products

Food trucks offering native flavour infusions

Ancient vibes and deadly musicians

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FOREST GLEN VILLAGE (next to My Dilly Bag)

354 Mons Road Forest Glen Sunshine Coast

Gubbi Gubbi Kabi Kabi Country

Everyone is welcome. ENTRY IS FREE.

More events coming in 2024 (Jan, Feb, Apr, May, Jul, Sep)

Check out our website for more details

www.mydillybag.com.au/pages/gathaa (coming soon)

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