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Celebrate Strathfield’s cultural diversity on Harmony Day

Strathfield Council will celebrate the area’s cultural diversity with a fun family day out for Harmony Day on Saturday 14 March at Airey Park, Homebush.

The purpose of Harmony Day is sharing the message that Everyone Belongs. It is a day to celebrate Australia’s diversity and encourage cultural respect for everyone who calls Australia home.

The Harmony Day activities in Strathfield will run from 10am – 3pm, and include an aboriginal art workshop, children’s activities, animal farm, cultural performances from local groups and food stalls.

Mayor of Strathfield, Cr Gulian Vaccari noted the importance of Harmony Day.

“Harmony Day is an important event for multicultural communities like Strathfield, where residents can come together to celebrate the contribution of the various cultures that call this area home. This fantastic day can be enjoyed by all the family, and highlights the strong community pride and harmony here in Strathfield, “Cr Vaccari said.

All residents are encouraged to come down to Airey Park and join in this fantastic celebration of the diverse cultural mix thriving in the Strathfield community. For more information, contact Strathfield Council on 9748 9999.