Kurbingui – Women’s Yarning Group
A free culturally safe opportunity for Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander women to build community supports
Kurbingui Youth & Family Development presents Women’s Yarning Group
Numula Family Safety Response Program in partnership with Yeaca Dhargo, and Social, Emotional Wellbeing are hosting a Women’s Yarning Group. The Women’s Yarning Group provides a culturally safe, appropriate space for women to gather to share their knowledge, journeys, and experiences.
The Women’s Yarning Group aims to strengthen the connections for the women of the community with Kurbingui programs and each other. All Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women are invited to join.
The group will gather at 10am and have a yarn about upcoming sessions sharing ideas followed by a BBQ lunch at 12pm.
View the flyer or for more information, please contact: Stephanie Brown, Numula Support Worker
Phone: (07) 3156 4800 or Email: email@example.com
Date: Tuesday, 21st March – 10am to 1pm
Venue: Kurbingui (room under main office) – 425 Zillmere Rd Zillmere QLD 4034