The First Scientists Sun 11 Sep, 3pm
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been cancelled.
How do the stars give us clues about what to eat? What medicine can be found in the plants around us? Kamilaroi author of The First Scientists Corey Tutt takes you on an exciting journey through time, sharing the ancient science and incredible feats of innovation achieved by the First Peoples of this land. Tutt reveals fun and fascinating facts that have been passed on for generations through stories, song and dance in the longest continuing culture on Earth.
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