HarmonyDay

Celebrating our cultural diversity

Posted Tuesday 15 March 2016

Harmony Day is an annual celebration of Australia’s cultural diversity held on 21 March each year to encourage inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging among all Australians and to share what we have in common.

The central message for Harmony Day is that ‘everyone belongs’.

A range of activities are being hosted in Mosman for all age groups to celebrate.

  • Harmony Day Lunch for over 55’s
    Friday 18 March, 12-2pm, Community Restaurant – Mosman Seniors Centre
    $10 per person. Bookings essential on 9978 4128.
    Please wear orange to commemorate Harmony Day.
  • Harmony Day Monday Munchies for Youth
    Monday 21 March, 3-6pm, Mosman Youth Centre
    Free event for High School students.
    More information.
  • Harmony Day Thursday Kids at the Library
    Thursday 24 March, 4pm, Barry O’Keefe Library
    Free event for kids aged 5-12 years. No bookings required.
    More information.

There are also a range of programs and services to assist newly arrived migrants, refugees, international students, and other residents from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Click here for more information.