Nollamara Football Club will celebrate it's 50 year anniversary by hosting a free family fun day carnival at Des Penman Reserve on Sunday, 2nd June.
Running from 10am until 3pm, the carnival will include bouncy bastle, face painting & animal farm for the kids, and an exhibition game of AFL Masters footy featuring Nollamara's Veteran's footy side.
The "Nollaroos" game will have an 11.30am bounce down and will followed by a game of flag footy hosted by Noongar Sports Association from 1pm.
The Inaugural Nollamara Aboriginal all star side up, donned in specially designed jumpers, will face an invitational Aboriginal all star side with bounce down at 2.30pm.
Hosting this event is a great opportunity to celebate Reconciliation Week and the bringing together of Indigenous and Non Indigenous people on a day of free family fun and local Noongar Cultural.
There will be a Welcome to Country, Noongar Welcome Dance as well as Kangaroo Stew and damper to taste.
The City of Stirling, together with Perth North Metro Medicare Local, The Smith Family and local MLA Janine Freeman have all joined together made the event possible.
The family fun day carnival will also host a number of organizations with marques on the day providing free information and give aways.
These organisations will also address local community issues such as Indigenous health & healthy diet, sport & fitness & cross cultural harmony.
All are encouraged to attend the event which takes place on the weekend of the WAAFL bye.