The Entrance – Welcome Refugees Picnic
June 16 @ 11:30 am - 3:00 pm
Central Coast for Social Justice presents:
“Welcome to Refugees Picnic 2019”
Proudly Support by Central Coast Council
Join us for our annual Refugee Week Celebration and celebrate in the value refugees add to our community.
SUNDAY 16 JUNE 2019, 11.30AM – 3PM AT MEMORIAL PARK THE ENTRANCE
THIS IS A FREE FAMILY EVENT – All Welcome. Free sausage sizzle (Halal), children’s activities including face painting, puppets, magician, henna tattoo, craft and games. And some fun for the adults with live music, information stalls and more.
“We are very excited to announce that we were successful in receiving a council grant to run the Welcome to Refugees Picnic! The Refugee picnic will be held on Sunday 16th June 2019 11.30am to 3pm, to mark the beginning of Refugee Week.” Said Shayne Davy, CCSJ Chairperson Shayne continued “Last year was such a success with visitors joining from Sydney and further afield. We hope this year will be even bigger and better. Showing that on the Central Coast we care about Refugees and see the positive impact they have on our community”
The Central Coast for Social Justice event welcomes all to celebrate Refugee Week and the event will have plenty to keep the whole family busy. With a free BBQ and activities for the kids to keep them entertained. Adults can relax at memorial park listening to live music and visit information stalls on various organisations and groups who support refugees.
Central Coast for Social Justice – Who are We?
Central Coast for Social Justice is a community of people, committed to constructive, informed conversations and actions about social justice. In October 2018 we became an incorporated, not for profit organisation.
Our focus has been and will continue to be on asylum seeker/refugee policy. However, in February 2019, we consulted with our CC4SJ community to identify their top 3 social justice issues. In addition to asylum seeker/refugee issues, our members chose Climate Change and issues concerning our First Nations peoples.
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Further Event Details
Wet weather plan – in case of bad weather the event will be held at The Entrance Community Centre (Corner Oakland & Battley Ave The Entrance)
HELD needed – CCSJ are inviting members and the community to get involved – there will be lots of opportunity to help and the public is welcome to contact us via email on email@example.com
CONTACT: Shayne Davy | firstname.lastname@example.org | 0422 316 119