Nai Nai Bird to talk about Bush Foods and Medicine at Caloundra Regional Art Gallery at 10am on Tuesday 28 August.
Nai Nai Bird to talk about Bush Foods and Medicine
Nai Nai Bird, a traditional elder in the Butchulla tribe, will talk about the use of Australian native plants as bush medicine at the Caloundra Regional Art Gallery at 10am on Tuesday 28 August.
Nai Nai Bird was trained in the use of traditional bush medicines by the late Aunty Olga Miller from Maryborough/Fraser Island. As well as being an engaging speaker with a wealth of knowledge about the use of Australian native plants, Nai Nai Bird is also a talented artist.
Bush Foods and Medicine is one in a series of Gatherings which are part of Caloundra City Libraries' The Third Place program that provides opportunities for community connection and creativity.
Nai Nai Bird's Bush Foods and Medicine talk is free and bookings are essential.
To book contact Caloundra Central Library on 5491 1255.
The Third Place program is funded by a State Library of Queensland Library Strategic Development Grant.
The Third Place includes participative creative library programs through to September 2007.