💪 CELEBRATE STRENGTH 💪
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY ADELAIDE
FRIDAY 8 MARCH 2019
🎈🚩WEAR RED! 🚩🎈
GET READY banner making workshop RUNDLE MALL 3-4PM
MEET north west corner HINDMARSH SQ 5:30PM
MARCH from Hindmarsh Sq to Beehive Corner down Rundle Mall
Help us make banners for the march at Adelaide Fringe in Rundle Mall, under the canopy in Gawler Place. A fun activity for adults and kids alike, we’ll supply you with materials and a theme – CELEBRATING STRENGTH. Come along whether or not you can make it to the march later.
Join us and MC Tessa Waters of Fringe Wives Club (MELB) in the north western corner of Hindmarsh Square (near the fishbone playground) at 5:30pm sharp for pre-march formalities. Featuring: Welcome to Country by Katrina Power; speech by Stacey, an advocate for Voices for Change – a Women’s Safety Services SA project promoting the voices of women who have experienced domestic or family violence; special guests Kaurna/Ngadjuri dancers; and Rhythms of Resistance Adelaide on drums, leading us on the march.
This is an AUSLAN interpreted event, and volunteers will be available to assist with access requirements and diverse needs including chaperoning at accessible entry points, and ensuring wheelchair accessible viewing is secured. Please contact us if you have concerns, needs, or questions that can be addressed in the lead up to the event. This is a family friendly event.
Make lots of noise as we stop traffic to march from Hindmarsh Square, down Rundle Mall to Beehive Corner. Bring your banners from home or from our Fringe in Rundle Mall Workshop. Our march is a family friendly event.
We ask that men participate respectfully in these events by allowing others to go first and speak most. Don’t hog the limelight ✌
International Women’s Day Adelaide 2019 takes place on the land of the Kaurna People. The ancestral tie between the Kaurna People and their land has never been ceded or extinguished.
We’re a fringe event! adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/international-women-s-day-march-af2019
Our event organisers are grateful for the support of the Coalition of Women’s Domestic Violence Services of SA Inc.RSVP