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Reconciliation Week and Sorry Day 2017

More than ten community events will be held from Thursday 25 May to Sunday 4 June to commemorate Sorry Day and Reconciliation Week.

A Sorry Day commemoration and smoking ceremony will be held from 9.00am to 11.00am on Friday 26 May at Castlemaine Police Station.

Other events include two free film screenings, Reconciliation Exhibition at the Market Building, panel discussion, and the launch of the Reconciliation Stone at the Civic Centre.

Download the event program.

National Reconciliation Week runs annually from Saturday 27 May to
Saturday 3 June.

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