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Events for the month of July 2019
Australian Citizenship Ceremony
Thursday, July 11, 2019
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Knox City Council hosts Australian Citizenship Ceremonies throughout the year on behalf of the Department of Home Affairs.
Ceremonies are open to invited candidates and a small number of their family and friends.
Further information is available on the Knox City Council Australian Citizenship page.

Knox Civic Centre, 511 Burwood Highway, Wantirna South 3152
Robyn Sommers   

Warrigal Creek Massacre Film
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Thursday, July 11, 2019
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
NAIDOC Week event

Voice. Treaty. Truth.

Film screening and panel discussion

In the spirit of this year’s NAIDOC theme Voice. Treaty. Truth., Knox City Council and the Local Aboriginal Network are proud to present a screening of The Warrigal Creek Massacre documentary.

This documentary tells the story of the Warrigal Creek massacre of 1843 in Gippsland, Victoria, where as many as 150 Gunai Kurnai children, women and men were killed by a group of European colonisers.

The Warrigal Creek Massacre event will include:

·Smoking Ceremony and Welcome to Country
·Film screening
·Panel-led discussion

For more information on NAIDOC Week in Knox, visit

Knox Community Arts Centre, 790 Mountain Highway, Bayswater
Raini Nailer   

Mission Songs
Friday, July 12, 2019
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Presented by Jessie Lloyd, Mission Songs Project is performed as a quartet with a range of Indigenous performers from around Australia. Profoundly moving, Mission Songs Project reveals what daily was like for Indigenous Australians on Christian missions and state-run settlements.

Searching for the family songs that were sung around the kitchen table, Jessie Lloyd explores the day to day life on the missions, settlements and reserves through music. From cultural identity to love and loss, these rare songs consist of almost forgotten stories that can now shed light into the history of our Indigenous elders, families and communities.

Mission Songs Project faithfully explores the musical journey of Indigenous Australian music as the Mission Songs Quartet connects the traditional with contemporary, revealing the continuation of cultural practice and song traditions into the 21st Century.

Knox Community Art Centre, 790 Mountain Highway Bayswater
Knox Community Arts Centre   

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