Congolese Independence Day Celebration

The Goulburn Valley Congolese Association, with the support of Ethnic Council of Shepparton, the Voice for Silent People and African House, will present their Congolese Independence Day Celebration at St Paul’s African House, Shepparton, on Saturday 3th July 2021 from 5.00 to 8.00pm.

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Under the Trees Pasifika Theatre Project starts in Shepparton

Under the Trees Pasifika Theatre Project

“Never pick wet apples! They’ll rot faster!” Nothing could speak better to the journey that lies ahead with Under the Trees, a compelling new multimedia theatre work being developed in Shepparton by local Pasifika arts collective Know Your Roots Inc and Melbourne-based Pasifika creatives from Pacific Island Creative Arts Australia.

Set in present-day Shepparton, this seminal new work will delve deeply into the history of migrant Pasifika farm workers and will bring to life their stories along with those of their children who have grown up far from their Island homelands.

“With its rich history and vibrant dwellers, we can’t wait to see what will unfold from the Shepparton stories once they’re ready for picking. I can’t wait for the next stage of this project” says Asalemo Tofete who recently spent the weekend in Shepparton along with his colleagues from Pacific Island Creative Arts Australia meeting and hearing from local community.

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GV Health unpacks mental health barriers in Afghani community

GV Health unpacks mental health barriers

What is self care? Where can you go if you’re feeling depressed, or anxious, or need help with translation? These were some of the questions addressed at Shepparton’s Afghan mosque on Monday, May 24 as more than 100 community members gathered for a mental health education session.

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GV Pakistani Association celebrates Eid-al-Fitr

GV Pakistani Association celebrates Eid-al-FitrCelebration was in the air as the Goulburn Valley Pakistani Association celebrated Eid Al-Fitr at the Shepparton East Bowls Club. The end of Ramadan came with traditional dress, music, food and giving. Children enjoyed dressing up in bright colours, with craft activities available to decorate masks with jewels.

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