Mingaletta invites residents to drop in
Non-aboriginal as well as aboriginal members of the Peninsula community are being invited to drop in to Mingaletta in Sydney Ave, Umina.
"Mingaletta has been operating on the Peninsula for over 20 years and supplies services for both the aboriginal and non-aboriginal local community," said Mingaletta spokesman Mr Mark Champley.
"It is a welcoming and inclusive place."
He said Mingaletta would love residents to come and say hello to its staff and volunteers.
"Mingaletta translates to Meeting Place and everyone is welcome to drop in and say hello and have a cuppa and a yarn.
"The upcoming big event is on Friday, October 7, with Mingaletta celebrating Naidoc, kicking off at 10am at 6 Sydney Ave.
"Every Monday, after the upcoming school holidays, we will have didge and dance lessons for the youth of the community.
"On Tuesdays, we have native gardening and, for children, we have a playgroup after 9:00am.
"There is also baby massage by appointment only on 4342 7515.
"So please come and join your local aboriginal community and make new friends."
Media release, 7 Sep 2022
Mark Champley, Mingaletta