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Sunday 27 September 2009
This is it!
An outstanding lineup of disability inclusive music, theatre, dance, street entertainment, and, of course, dozens of the wonderful painted market umbrellas created by many of you through Somersault Workshops. And not forgetting, the Seetainer and Creative Village installation in its final public appearance.
Don't let your groups, communities, families or friends miss out on this unique and spectacular celebration. Get it into your diaries and programs now.
This is the public disability event of the year! The Minister for Disabilities, Jennifer Rankine, will say a few words at midday on the Friday.
Somersault is a project where people with disabilities are at the fore, and in the midst. This integrated event is for the whole community, so I would appreciate your assistance in distributing and forwarding this information.
I look forward to sharing the excitement of this event with you.
Hard copies of the attached flyer for redistribution are available on request.
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FINAL SOMERSAULT EVENT
Port Festival "Lighthouse Hub"
Fri 9 and Sat 10 Oct 2009
11am to 4pm daily - FREE
Masses of brightly coloured and decorated umbrellas will form the backdrop for a unique two day 'festival within a festival', presenting an exciting and moving program of music, dance and theatre.
Stunning umbrellas have been created by disability communities across the
State, and together with the giant outdoor Somersault Seetainer installation (in its final public appearance), embody and express the values of inclusion
Umbrella Fest showcases diverse disability arts and culture alongside a range of other great performers.
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body, the South Australian Department of Families and Communities and the Arts SA Richard Llewellyn Arts and Disability Trust.
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