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Special Programs/Events

Kumangka provides programs for Aboriginal youth during the school holidays. Programs include camps, workshops, and outings. Kumangka also organise discos throughout the year for youth aged 12-18 (the NAIDOC youth disco, and Reconciliation disco). Both events are held in either the city inner city area, are free entry, and provide a fun, safe and friendly environment.

To find out more information on the discos during NAIDOC and Reconciliation Week, please don't hesitate to give us a call or simply pop into Kumangka.

Kumangka’s other special programs include:

  • Cultural programs

  • Warrawong bird sanctuary outing

  • movie day

  • Tenpin bowling

  • ice arena outing

  • beading and art days

  • camps

  • school holiday programs

2008 Reconciliation Disco
Where: Carclew Youth Arts Centre, 11 Jeffcott St. North Adelaide.
Time: 7:30pm 'til 11:00pm
Date: Friday 30th of May 2008

LIVE MUSIC & DJ, FREE ENTRY,
GIVEAWAYS & DOORPRIZES.
THIS YEARS FOOD AND PRIZES WILL BE BIGGER AND BETTER
FAMILIES WELCOME.

NOTE: you can catch buses 230 & 232 from King William St.
get off at either bus stop 3 or 4.

Contact: Ms Margie Jackson - Ph: (08) 8340 4499

NAIDOC Week!
The Minister Visits Kumangka.
On Wednesday the 11th of August the Hon Jay Weatherill MP visited Kumangka. He had a brief meeting with Frank and all the staff and then Frank gave him a quick tour of our palace.

For "The Big Picture" you can see this photo in the 'PHOTO GALLERY' section of this website.

Posters
Kumangka Aboriginal Youth Service is an Aboriginal owned, not for profit organisation, which was established on 25 October 1995 to provide a holistic youth to service for the needs of 'at risk' Aboriginal young people between the ages of 10-25 who frequent the inner city area of Adelaide. Kumangka is an Aboriginal word, which comes from the Kaurna people meaning 'together'.

Building Strong Foundations
12 Month Karate Program - from April 2011
Providing nunga you 13-20 with structured training classes based on respects and discipline, whilst developing physical and mental fitness.

Venue: Kumangka Aboriginal Youth Services, 6 Mary Street Hindmarsh.
Time: Tuesday and Thursday 6:30-8:00pm
Contact:
Kumangka Office: 8340 4499
Rodney: 0423 780 939
Rebecca: 0418 389 676