Wiradjuri Story Time

Larry Brandy is crouching down pinning a kangaroo skin around the shoulders of a young child, about 4 years old.  The child is grinning widely.  Larry is waring a bright orange shirt with Indigenous designs printed on it and a table with other Indigenous artefacts can be seen in the background.
Image courtesy Larry Brandy

Wiradjuri Story Time

Larry Brandy with Libraries ACT

Friday 8 July, 10:30am | Gungahlin Library

Saturday 9 July 10:30am | Belconnen Library

Friday 15 July 10:30am | Woden Library

Free, Bookings opening soon

Join Larry Brandy as he brings his award-nominated book Wiradjuri Country to life during NAIDOC Week.

Larry Brandy is a Wiradjuri man who is passionate about his culture. He lives in Canberra and performs his storytelling across Australia. Larry involves the children in his performance ‘as they become kangaroos, emus and hunters as they learn about traditional Wiradjuri culture.’ Larry will also teach some words in Wiradjuri. This sessions will also include cultural craft.

These events are presented by Libraries ACT as part of NAIDOC in the North 2022.