Chris Tobin, local Dharug man, Aboriginal artist and educator, will present ‘The Richmond Hill Story’ on Friday 1 May at 7pm at Kindlehill Performance Space; one of Kindlehill’s forums for peace and reconciliation.
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Kindlehill High School has created Blank to express their creativity and individuality. Every student has created something unique and meaningful. They started with a run-down corridor which they had to paint and nail together to create this wonderful art gallery. At the beginning of the term, the class went to an exhibition called ‘We Don’t […]
A call to peace: Blue Mountains Peace Vigil April 24thKatoomba On April 24th we will be holding a Peace Vigil in Katoomba to pay our respect to peacemakers, mourn the devastating effects of war, and to kindle the fire of peace within our own community. Peace is an active process. It is not something in […]
Class 2-3 ventured to Dunns Swamp in March to enjoy the last of the summer warmth. The days started early with a big breakfast, followed by plenty of swimming, bushwalks, stories, and a little down time each day to relax with a book or a drawing. The children form stronger friendships on camp, learn to […]
It must be hard being in class 4-5, enjoying a week-long camp at Honeymoon Bay. They have risen early each day to a huge breakfast followed by wildlife talks and walks, snorkeling with angel fish, jelly fish, wobbygongs, octopus, crabs, and sting rays! Food has been bountiful, and appetites ablaze! Sounds like heaven.