The closing ceremony on Sunday night for the 2013 Barunga Festival!
The men at the Barunga Festival played some deadly sounds on the Didgeridoo on Sunday at Barunga Festival 2013. A crowd gathered to watch them battle it out with a Didgeridoo playing competition.
Friday night was very exciting for all the kids at Barunga. There were hoola hoops and circus toys to play with at the Basketball Courts duriong the Corrugated Iron Circus Extravaganza and then the dance floor got hot with everyone busting a move to the Kids Dance Party and Dance Off! All part of the 2013 Barunga Festival!
Day 1 of the Barunga Festival 2013, and so much was happening! From sports, information stalls, story telling, damper cooking, bush toys, weaving, to performances.
There is so much happening here at the Barunga Festival 2013. Sport, Music, Culture.
Tune in on the CAAMA network to hear all the action live, today from 4:30pm right up until midnight, and Sunday from 5pm till midnight.
It’s all about the people, and the culture.
An excitement was in the air this morning, as Barunga Festival preparations were underway…
Gary Mumu a member of the CAAMA RIBS family dropped in to visit us while visiting Alice Springs from his home at Imanpa.
Deborah and Sarah hosted Utju’s first Biggest Morning Tea for staff and clients at the Utju Health Clinic on Monday.
Later in the afternoon Jonathon Doolan the Utju RIBS broadcaster interviewwd Sarah on the CAAMA network about cancer awareness.
Students from Centralian Senior College Girls Academy and Yirara are raising money for a charity as part of a leadership program with CAFL. The girls have chosen Acacia Hill, a local school for children with disabilities.
On the 1st of June from 9.30am – 1pm the girls will be holding a fundraiser at Yeperenye Centre. Be sure to get down to the centre and buy a raffle ticket for a good cause.
Four of the girls joined Nerida Currey on Strong Voices this morning to tell us more…
Things you see along the way including water! ourselves, old machinery, Alpurrurulam eventually, and a retired fireman from QLD out for a bike ride and miles from anywhere. G’day Greg!
Fiona And Paul Have a great time at Imanpa meeting people for RIBS.