Living Culture

Living Culture

Byron Bay Blues Fest
We headed to Bundjalung Country over Easter to be apart of the annual Blues Fest.  If you were up North you would have seen and heard the heartfelt and beautiful show on the MOJO stage at 5.45 – 6.45 paying tribute to Uncle Archie Roach.Did you come and find us on the weekend at the Archie Roach merch tent where we sold our fresh new tees?
Drift Festival
We excited and honoured to be inviting you to join in the opening of the Drift festival this year on the Mornington Peninsula.
This night will run as Deadly DRIFT- curated by Nathaniel Stewart and supported by Mornington Peninsula Shire.
Based at the Village Green for the duration of the multidisciplinary Arts festival alongside a showcase of first nations artists. We will be opening the Spiegletent for this years festival with a intimate showing of “Wash my Soul in the Rivers Flow” and “Heal Country”  This event will include  a Q & A on the night with Uncle Lionel and Tracee Hutchinson talking to family, people, place, Culture and Country.
Please be seated by 5.50 for special guests family dancers, welcome drink and yidaki.
The event is on Friday the 21st of April on the Rosebud foreshore and it is a free event

Living Culture Ltd is a non-profit organisation based on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, Australia providing Indigenous Educational programs and healing meditation sessions, including guided walks and talks, sharing knowledge of traditional bush tucker and medicinal plants,  Yidaki led meditation and sound healing, cultural workshops and traditional art making. Guided walks and Meditation healing sessions take place in a variety of stunning locations, both coastal and bush settings of indigenous significance and abundance of native fauna and flora.

Rack Them Up Nexus Pool Night 15 June 2023

Rack Them Up Nexus Pool Night 15 June 2023

Start time 4:00 pm RSVP 12 June 2023

Come Play pool have a drink and make friends at Oakleigh RSL.

Pool is a popular game that is played all over the world by millions of people. However, there are many different varieties of the game, all with distinctly different rules and regulations. By far, the most popular forms of the game are the ones that originated in the USA, known as ‘eight-ball’ and ‘nine-ball’ pool.

Both are played on a normal sized pool table with the regulation six pockets and both have multiple championships around the world. However, it is eight-ball that is the more common game – the one you’ll most likely see being played at your local pool hall and the one that most people first think of when the word pool is mentioned.

Eight-ball pool can be played as a singles or doubles game and is played with cues and 16 balls, 15 object balls, and one cue ball (the ball the players strike to try and hit the other balls). Pool can be a relatively high-speed game compared to its close relatives snooker and billiards but that makes it no less skilful with players requiring a high degree of skill, concentration, and tactical thinking to play the game at a high level

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