Night for takayna at Eaglehawk Neck Hall

(extra monthly screening in conjunction with the Bob Brown Foundation)


February 11th February, 7.00pm


 Screening is open to all community members- entry by gold coin donation

No dinner at this event but we’d welcome a plate of supper / nibbles to share if you want! Tea / coffee / wine available.

This is a series of short films screened in conjunction with the Bob Brown Foundation – Night for takayna.

Speaker from the Bob Brown Foundation is hoping to come!


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