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GECC SCHOOLS’ MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL

Bridging the Multicultural Generation Gap


FRIDAY MARCH 13TH 11.00am

In Kernot Hall, Morwell

PROGRAMME: (approximate times are provided below)

MC:  Dr Graham Dettrick

10.30-11.00am             Student performers and audience arrival

11.00                             Welcome:  Dr Graham Dettrick, Chairperson of GECC

                                 Speeches: Hon Russell Northe

                                 National Anthem

   

  Performances:

Ø Kurnai College: Aboriginal Dances

Ø Churchill Primary School Choir: 

  Ø Inanay (Indigenous Lullaby)

  Ø I still call Australia home (soloists)

Ø Ms Maria Leeds: Indonesian Dance #1 (Professional)

Ø Traralgon South Primary: 

  Ø Waltzing Matilda

  Ø Italian Dance: Tarantello

Ø Lavalla Catholic College & Tafe: “Sayaw Sa Bangko” (Dance on the Bench) SPAG dance troupe

Ø Ms Maria Leeds: Indonesian Dance #2 (Professional)

Ø Yinnar South Primary: Three Simple Songs in Chinese

Ø Churchill Junior College Band

Ø Farewell

Displays:

Japanese & Chinese themed display, stall and decorations provided by Latrobe City International Committee (Jie Liu)

Funding Support: Latrobe City & Victoria Multicultural Commission

Please note that the Sunday (15/3/15) Multicultural Festival in Immigration Park has been postponed.

You are invited to go to the Sister City Festival in Kernot Hall from 11am to 3pm on Saturday 14th March 2015.

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