Join us in celebrating the rich cultural diversity in our community throughout March. We are holding Japanese Pastel Art Workshops for children and adults, you will have the opportunity to reserve a Living Book on Harmony Day and enjoy an international movie screening - all at the library.
Multicultural March brings together our diverse community and allows us to learn from different cultures. Our program of events includes:
5 March: Japanese Pastel Nagomi Art Workshops for children and adults
- Japanese Pastel Nagomi Art is a form of Japanese art healing founded in Japan, using pastels and fingers to create a gentle, transparent, warm and heart-touching art through simple yet unique ways of painting techniques. Online booking is essential, there is a $5 booking fee per person, all materials will be provided.
Book the Children Aged 5-12 Workshop
Book the Adults Workshop
20 March: International Film Screening
- A United Kingdom (PG) – This is the true story of Seretse Khama, King of Bechuanaland (modern Botswana), and Ruth Williams, the London office worker he married in 1947 in the face of fierce opposition from their families and the British and South African governments. A tender love story that never goes soft on its provocations.
Transmission Films | Amma Asante | Running time: 111 mins | Languages: English | Rating PG
21 March: Harmony Day - Living Book Library
- The Living Book Library – Celebrate diversity and connect with people of the community through our Living Library. Borrow a Living Book and hear fascinating real-life stories from people of our community.