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International Day of People with Disability 2013
Saturday 30 November 2013, 10am to 2pm, free, The Hall
Expo and market
To celebrate the 2013 International Day of People with Disability, we are opening our doors for a fun day of festivities for everyone to enjoy.
The I-Day expo and market wll acknowledge and showcase the contributions that people living with disability, their friends, family and carers make to the wider community. Join us for a fun day of art, information, music, craft and food in what will be a wonderful celebration of ability.
This program has been developed by the ACT Community Living Project. The ACT Community Living Project is a not-for-profit community organisation seeking services for people with disability. More on the ACT Community Living Project website.
Stallholders at the I-Day expo and market will be selling handmade items including clothing, cakes and pastries, jewellery, books, music and more. If you are curious about who is coming, see the list of stallholders on the I-Day Expo and Market website.
There will be lots to see and do on the day. Highlights include:
Sport demonstrations of wheelchair basketball, table tennis, softball and boccia.
Music sessions with Canberra's Young Music Society and Drummers Not Plumbers
Film screening of Twenty Years: Twenty Stories, 20 inspiring films celebrating 20 years of the Disability Discrimination Act.
Planning your visit
Not sure how to get here? Plan your visit with us.
Parking: Parking is available in the Museum’s car park. On busy days the car park can fill up quickly. We will have a drop off area set up at the top of the car park underneath the Museum’s loop.
Bringing a bus: If you have so many people coming you need a bus, bus parking is available on request.
If you would like to know more about programs for people with a disability at the Museum, see our full access program. You can also give us a call (02) 6208 5461 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.