The City of Kalgoorlie- Boulder will participate in Social Inclusion week, kicking off this weekend, Saturday 25 November.
Social Inclusion Week is about encouraging communities to reconnect and be inclusive of all cultures, age groups, nationalities and the disadvantaged.
The City is celebrating the connection with community through all City events during the week, with the Skateboarding workshops and Oasis Kids Christmas Party kicking off the week on Saturday 25 November, followed by the Lighting of the Christmas Tree Street Party on Sunday 26 November.
City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder CEO John Walker said there were a number of other activities planned throughout the week.
“The aim of the week is to connect with local communities, workmates, family and friends to build relationships and networks to help address social isolation and exclusion by helping people who may be unable to help themselves,” he said.
“The Men’s Shed is hosting woodworking workshops, exhibitions, tours and barbecues which are open to everyone, and the library and Heritage Services are holding free exhibitions at the library from Monday 27 November to Friday 1 December.”
For more information, visit the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder website www.ckb.wa.gov.au
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