What's On

When What Where Contact
Monday 20 May

AHO Conducts Guided Walk

The AHO will be conducting a guided Walk for PROVEDA - formerly Community Northern Beaches. This will be an easy access walk and suitable for Wheelchairs and Walkers
Little Manly Point Park Contact PROVEDA
Wednesday 22 May

AHO Talks with Women & Children First

The AHO will be hosting a visit by Woman And Children First. They will visit the Aboriginal Heritage Office and the Museum and Keeping Place
AHO Not Open to the Public
Thursday 23 May

Visit by TAFE to the AHO Museum and Keeping Place

A TAFE Group will be taking a tour of the Aboriginal Heritage Office Museum and Keeping Place. They will be learning about Aboriginal Heritage and Culture
AHO Museum and Keeping Place Not Open to the Public
Friday 24 May

AHO Gives Presentation to JDE Coffee

The AHO will be giving a presentation on Aboriginal Heritage and Culture Awareness
JDE Coffee Miller Street North Sydney Not Open to the Public
Tuesday 28 May

AHO Visits Cerebral Palsy Alliance

The AHO will be walking with staff from Cerebral Palsy Alliance teaching them about Aboriginal Heritage and Culture
Manly Dam Not Open to the Public
Tuesday 28 May

AHO Visits St John the Baptist Primary School OOSH

The AHO will be visiting St John the Baptist Primary School and their after School Care to give a presentation on Aboriginal Heritage and Culture
St John the Baptist Primary School Not Open to the Public
Wednesday 29 May

AHO Presents at Warringah Mall Library on David Uniapon

The AHO will be giving a presentation on David Uniapon, who to many, is not known as the figure on our $50 note
Warringah Mall Library Book with NBC Library Staff
Thursday 30 May

AHO is MC at The Children’s Voices for Reconciliation Lane Cove

The AHO will be the MC at The Children's Voices for Reconciliation Lane Cove This event takes place during Reconciliation Week each year. Enjoy free performances by students of Lane Cove and guest schools celebrating Reconciliation and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders culture and heritage.
Lane Cove Lane Cove Council
Friday 31 May

AHO Presents to North Sydney Community Centre

The AHO will be giving a presentation on Aboriginal Heritage and Culture to staff from North Sydney Community Centre
North Sydney Community Centre Not Open to the Public
Friday 31 May

AHO talks with North Sydney Boys Social Justice Group

The AHO will be giving a presentation on Aboriginal Heritage and Culture the North Sydney Boys High School and the Social Justice Committee
North Sydney Boys High School Not Open to the Public
Monday 3 June

AHO Walks with Warringah Women

The AHO will be walking with women from Warringah. The guided walk will be at Tania Park area and the participants will learn about Aboriginal Heritage and culture
Tania Park Not Open to the Public
Tuesday 4 June

AHO Gives Presentation to CASS

The AHO will be giving a presentation on Aboriginal Heritage and Culture with a translator to a group from the  Chinese Australian Services Society
Wildflower Garden St Ives Not Open to the Public
Wednesday 5 June

AHO Talks at Willoughby Tree Festival

The AHO will be giving a presentation about Trees and Aboriginal peoples connection to the land
Chatswood Library Creator Space Contact Willoughby Council
Thursday 13 June

AHO Gives Presentation at Stanton Library

The AHO will be giving a presentation on Karen Smith's ancestor Maria Lock and her part in the heritage and history of Sydney
Stanton Library Contact Stanton Library
Thursday 13 June

AHO Conducts Yarn Up with Boomalli

The AHO will be conducting another in their series of Yarn Up's Tonight Boomalli Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery  will be represented by Jamie Eastwood. He will be talking about his Art and Work
Genia McCaffery Centre Coal Loader Booking with AHO