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Armidale Bridge Walk 

Sunday, 26 May
12:00 pm

The 14th annual Armidale Bridge Walk will take place at 12 noon on Sunday 26 May starting at the picnic area in Curtis Park, next to the car park for the Armidale Information Centre (near the corner of Dumaresq and Marsh Streets).

For the event, people walk across Stephen’s Bridge, do a circuit of the park and return for short speeches and entertainment.

This year’s Bridge Walk is being held on National Sorry Day, the day before National Reconciliation Week. The week’s theme this year is “Now More than Ever” – a reminder that no matter what, the fight for justice and the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will —and must —continue.

Once again Bob Blair will be there to do the smoking ceremony, and entertain everyone with dance. And a special treat this year is the popular music trio Garlu Gindari, featuring Cathy Kelly, Des Ahoy, and Brian Zambrowski.

Sausages, curry and fruit will also be provided (thanks to Homes North, Headspace and Coles Armidale).

Everyone is invited to come along and enjoy this friendly, fun, free community event.

(Sponsored by ANTaR Armidale with the support of the Armidale Regional Council.)

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