After COVID-19 lockdowns postponed the much-awaited NAIDOC Event earlier in the year, the Titans are excited to announce the event will be held on December 15th.
The Titans annual NAIDOC Event usually falls in line with the National NAIDOC Week held in early July every year.
The event celebrates the rich history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Similar to previous years, the event will feature a wide range of entertainment, food, activities and stalls which will provide culturally significant items and information.
This year’s NAIDOC theme ‘Heal Country’ recognises First Nations people and their connection to land and water.
It encourages the significant and lasting change of equality in social and economic spaces.
Speaking earlier in the year, Brian Kelly said the entire Club was eager for the event to take place.
“It was such a great event last year, with lots of things to do for the whole family,” Kelly said.
“We had traditional music and performances, First Nations stall holders and numerous activities for the kids to join in.
“It was great to get all of the players together and celebrate First Nations culture.
“We have such a diverse playing group, from all different cultures and backgrounds, so we are all excited to get together and celebrate soon,” he said.
The event is free to attend and will be held at CBUS Super Stadium from 3pm-7pm.