This year's Naidoc Week theme is Voice, Treaty, Truth and that will be celebrated at many events across the region.
A week of events kick off on Sunday July 7 with a flag raising at 10am outside the Civic Centre.
Sunday also sees a basketball competition at the stadium and a Naidoc baptism at the Catholic Church from 4pm.
On Monday there is a family fun day at Minnie Davis Park from 9.30am. The day finishes with a trivia night from 6pm at the Ovie.
On Tuesday there is a corporate women's breakfast (contact Melissa on 4749 6501 for tickets), a hospital day luncheon from 11am at the healing tree, a Kup Murri at Jimaylya Topsy Harry from 1pm and the day finishes with a free Isaiah Firebrace workshop (3.30pm) and concert (6.30pm) at the Civic Centre.
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Wednesday sees a Burke St breakfast from 7am and there is a seniors luncheon at the Barkly from 11am.
On Thursday Young People Ahead hosts a family fun day from 2pm while there is a QPS flag raising at the Police Reserve also from 2pm and there is a "Murrioke Night" at the Barkly from 8pm.
Friday is Naidoc Day and starts with breakfast 8am at the Keeping Place next to Outback at Isa. The street march starts at 9.30am and heads to the Skate Park where the Mob FM fun day starts at 10am.
There is a Naidoc touch fgoty comp at Kruttschnitt Oval from 10am and the Naidoc party kicks off at the Barkly from 6.30pm.
The flag lowering ceremony Sunday July 14 10am at the Civic Centre ends Naidoc Week celebrations in Mount Isa.
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