Celebrating our cultural diversityPosted 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.
- 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.
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.