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Redland museum is full of relics
A Heritage and Harmony Fiesta will be staged at the Redland Museum, Cleveland, on Sunday, March 18.
This free community event will celebrate the rich Heritage of the Redlands, whilst at the same time acknowledging the area's diverse history and multicultural communities that have helped shaped our landscape.
The event will feature music, dance and foods from around the world as well as a costume display, story corner and craft.
Entertainers include Bay Samba, Dukes of Uke, Stradbroke Island Singers, a trio from Cleveland State High School, Russian and Polish dancing from Strictly Dance, Irish dancers from Lynagh Dance School, monsoon flutes with Francis Gilfedder and a welcome to country with Aunty Joan.
The Redland Library will host a multicultural corner with stories from First Five Forever program and it is hoped there will also be a Quandamooka storyteller making this a perfect day out for children. Visitors are invited to enjoy tastes of various foods which will be for sale.
The Fiesta commences at 10am and closes at 3pm. Entry to the Museum will also be FREe, so expect to lose an hour looking over the exhibitions as well.
The Redland Museum is located at 60 Smith Street, Cleveland, just down from Cleveland State High School. It has ramps for easy access and both off-street and on-street parking.