Next week is the delayed Naidoc Week and there are several events in Mount Isa.
Naidoc Week has moved from July to November and activities commence on Tuesday, November 10 with a Naidoc Family Day at the Salvation Army Mount Isa Recovery Service at Speer Creek.
There will be activities for the whole family, bush tucker and bush medicine tasting, a movie screening at the end of the night and more.
It goes from 2pm to 8pm.
Then on Wednesday November 11 there is a book talk with Pattie Lees where Pattie will talk about the book "A Question of Colour: My Journey to Belonging" which she wrote with son Adam C Lees.
It will be on at the Ibis Styles motel from 12.30pm-2pm,
On Thursday there is a youth and family connecting event from 11am to 1pm at the Ngawa Murtu Family and Community Wellbeing Centre at 70 Miles St.
Youth and Family Connecting is a safe place for families to relax, connect with others, learn what the service does and enjoy a light meal.
Then on Friday November 13 there will be a COVID-safe youth event at the Injilinji Youth Services and Youth Hub from 9.30am to 12.30pm.
There will be food and information stalls and activities for children including arts and crafts, board games, face painting, colour hair and hand prints.
Events will finish with a Naidoc Women's soccer game at the soccer fields on Friday night from 6-9pm.
There will be a jumping castle, face painting and medal presentations.
Mob FM and some stallholders will also be at the Kmart Plaza during the week.
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