Free Harmony Festival at Bentley Primary School

Odai Daniel Offotey playing the Djembe drum.
Odai Daniel Offotey playing the Djembe drum.

A FREE Harmony Festival will offer African drumming, Bollywood dancing and a Chinese Lion dance on March 24.

The event, in its eighth year, will be held at Bentley Primary School’s oval with activities for all ages from 11am to 3pm.

The big stage will host a full program of live music and festival-goers are welcome to celebrate diversity further by enjoying a wide range of international food trucks.

An Aboriginal smoking ceremony will take place and the huge wave slide is set to be a hit with the kids.

The Department of Communities will also host an information stall about the Bentley Regeneration project and the broader rejuvenation program for the area.

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