Access to host Harmony Day celebration

Mable Park State High School students Jeremiah Falani, Zeinab Shafaee and Dalene Noun, Access’ Multicultural Youth Organisation's Channy Men and Paul Joseph and Mabel Park State High School principal Michael Hornby. Photo: Supplied
Mable Park State High School students Jeremiah Falani, Zeinab Shafaee and Dalene Noun, Access’ Multicultural Youth Organisation's Channy Men and Paul Joseph and Mabel Park State High School principal Michael Hornby. Photo: Supplied

A free family fun festival, called Bridging Cultures, will be held to celebrate Harmony Day on March 24.

The event, for people across the City of Logan, will be hosted by Access Community Services.

Fireworks, free rides, live music, art, kids’ activities, a petting zoo, sports activities, face painting and prizes will all be on offer at the free event from 2pm to 7pm.

Street and onsite parking is available and shuttle buses will also be running between the festival and The Access Gateway, 91 Wembley Road, Logan Central.

Access Community Services CEO Gail Ker OAM said the event was about bridging cultures and promoting a unified city.

Head to Mabel Park State High School, 72-116 Paradise Rd, Slacks Creek for the family fun free event.

Access are partnered by the state government, Australian Council for the Arts, Logan City Council, Brisbane Multicultural Arts Centre (BEMAC) and Arts Queensland to produce the Harmony Day event.

Find more information accesscommunity.org.au/BridgingCultures.