Winterfest 2022 fires up

by Brighton Council
A great turn out

On Friday 1 July, the kutalayna community celebrated Winterfest. The kutalay­na Collective and Material Institute’s 24 Carrot Garden project collaborated to present the event, which last year won Community Event of the Year. There was a communal hangi feast for everyone to enjoy, as well as musicians, Aboriginal dancing and kids activities. Thanks to everyone who came along.

Alison from Brighton Council at the Derwent Estuary stand

kutalayna Collective colouring competition

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Winterfest 2022 fires up
Winterfest 2022 fires up
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Winterfest 2022 fires up
Winterfest 2022 fires up
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