Meet a storyteller passionate about his
Wiradjuri culture who enjoys demonstrating how Wiradjuri people used to hunt and find food. Aboriginal Storyteller Larry Brandy will be at Cowra Library on Friday 14 January from 10.30am to 11.30am. This event is FREE and sponsored by Friends of the Cowra Library. Larry has performed at schools, libraries, the National Museum of Australia, the National Gallery of Australia as well as for scout groups and overseas tourists. He is member of the Wiradjuri nation originally from Condobolin. His talk includes
artefacts such as stone axes, boomerangs spear throwers, dilly bags and clapsticks. And with these artefacts explains how the traditional Wiradjuri people of central NSW lived, hunted and moved around in their defined area.
Children will have a great time playing the clapsticks and pretending to be emus, kangaroos or hunters. See yo there!