Trip to IMANPA was full of Fun and Laughs with the Children of IMANPA School and Gary Mumu putting out a Great Show throughout the CAAMA Network………………….
The 31st of March 2014 Neighbours across the country will take part in Neighbour Day celebrations.
The Day acts as a chance for people to get to know their Neighbours. It encourages people to get out there and form a relationship with the person next door as we can all get caught up in our busy lives and most often forget about the people just down the street.
The day came about when Ms. Elise Brown was found dead in her home. She was in there for over two years. She had no family and her neighbours didn’t even check up on her. So the day is a hope that people will take note of the person over the fence.
“Shadows on blue” is a new band who have released there new single ” HOLD ON” exclusively on CAAMA Big Brekky today. Colin Lillie & Dave Crowe both now residing in Alice Springs are over the moon with this single. Both have described it as an experience like no other! Check out CAAMA Radio to listen.
As we know story telling is big amongst the indigenous community, even our own. it’s a way to keep culture strong. Saturday story circle which will be held every second Saturday of the month this year. The event will take place at the IAD library from 10am – 2pm with lunch provided to those who attend. Mk turner will be there as well as Yvette holt on the day of the event as major speakers…The second Saturday story circle is for everyone to share or listen to the stories of the elders of the community. There is no age limit for this event so even the youngest of a family can attend and share their story.
The Chooky Mala have grooved their way into Alice Springs. Playing two sold out shows in the red centre.
The Chooky Mala are touring nationally. Alice Springs shows are sold out. But you can check out the other locations and availability of tickets where they are preforming in at http://www.artbacknt.com.au/