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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders and community members are invited to four seasonal gatherings during 2019 at State Library of Queensland's kuril dhagun.
Join us for morning tea and a yarn about our programs, exhibitions and events, and to explore how you can participate.
March: Autumn gathering
Join us for a morning tea and conversation with local Elders about the Palm Island and Our People showcase, family history research, International Year of Indigenous Languages, and a taster of the Be Connected and Deadly digital literacy program.
Free parking is available a 10 minute walk away at Jagera Hall off Cordelia Street, South Brisbane, kindly provided by the Jagera Hall Community committee. A limited taxi shuttle service offered by the State Library will leave Jagera Hall at 9.50am.
RSVP to the email below, please let us know if you need a seat on the shuttle or have any dietary requests.
Be Connected and Deadly Digital: Safety first
This optional introductory session will follow the gathering looking at essential skills to stay safe online, as well as the why and how of safe passwords, paying for goods safely online, some tips to avoid scams, and how to download safely from the internet.