Harmony Week Celebration at City of Salisbury

Harmony Week Celebration at City of Salisbury


Posted 2022-03-07 by Jenny Priorfollow

Fri 18 Mar 2022

Harmony Week Celebrations in the City of Salisbury will be vibrant and colourful. Visit Salisbury Civic Plaza (Inparrinthi Kumangka), in Church Street, Salisbury for entertainment, guest speakers, an intercultural parade, live music and cultural performances, including a didgeridoo performance as part of the Welcome to Country.

Show your love of learning about other cultures by attending a Harmony Week event.

Visitors are welcome to wear something orange or a traditional cultural outfit. Pre-registrations are essential for this event due to Council's management of the health risks surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.

"Orange is the colour chosen to represent Harmony Week. Traditionally, orange signifies social communication and meaningful conversations. It also relates to the freedom of ideas and encouragement of mutual respect. Australians can choose to wear something orange during Harmony Week to show their support for cultural diversity and an inclusive Australia." (Source: www.harmony.gov.au)

A mini-market at the plaza will have a range of food and craft on sale, hosted by the Australia Refugee Association .


Para Hills Songsters
Intercultural parade and Dhol drumming
Welcome address
Welcome to Country and traditional didgeridoo performance
Mayor's speech
Guest speaker
Filipino dance
African music and drums
Cambodian dance
Vietnamese music
Local ukulele group
Spanish music
Italian band
Pakistani Pavarati music
Lion dance

Visitors are requested to observe good hygiene and social distancing guidelines and check-in via QR code.

Salisbury Council has other Harmony Week events, including:

Stronger Together Exhibition at 34 Church St, Salisbury from Friday 4 March to Friday 8 April.
International Nowruz Day display from Monday 21 to Wednesday 23 March, 8.30 am to 5.00 pm.
Acoustic Duo DUALITA live at the Hub, singing international songs of all time from the 1960s to the present. The 3 hour event will include English, Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese music. Wednesday 23 March 2022, 11 am to 2 pm.
Multicultural cuisine at Jack Young Centre, 2 Orange Ave, Salisbury. Monday 21 March to Friday 25 March. Bookings essential: 8406 8525 or [email protected]
Salisbury Library programs. Families and caregivers are welcome to attend early years children's programs with intercultural themes during Harmony Week. Monday 21 March to Sunday 27 March. Enquiries: 8406 8222

Find out more at City of Salisbury Harmony Week .

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