BOOMERANG ART AND THROW AT ROUSE HILL HOUSE & FARM
Boomerangs play a significant role in both traditional hunting and in traditional ceremonies. They are sometimes used to tell the didgeridoo player when to start playing, to keep beat and rhythm for dancers, to scare the birds out of the trees or for hunting kangaroos.
Come to our Cultural Education Centre at Rouse Hill House & Farm to paint a boomerang and experience the ancient art of boomerang throwing in our beautiful bush setting.
Please note: This program will run in wet weather, so bring appropriate clothing. Enclosed shoes, a jacket, hat and sunscreen are recommended as significant parts of the program are conducted outdoors.
Adult $20 (one adult accompanying child/children with each booking is required)
Members $15 (children and adults)
Member Family $45
Includes museum entry
WHEN & WHERE
TUESDAYS 17 & 24 APRIL 2018
THURSDAYS 19 & 26 APRIL 2018
ROUSE HILL HOUSE & FARM
356 ANNANGROVE ROAD, ROUSE HILL, NSW 2155