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Dance Performance

Gwenda Stanley belongs to the mighty tribe of “Corben Gomeroi” in Moree from the black soil plains of North Western NSW. Gwenda will be visiting the Centre on Thursday 16th June from 10.00am to perform a traditional dance performance and to share with the children her indigenous heritage.



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