THE Bay Mob Expo will return to Nairm Marr Djambana this Friday.
The expo will showcase health, education, and wellbeing services available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula. Elder Helen Bnads, cultural lead at Peninsula Health, said “the Bay Mob Expo is a great example of the active and respected partnership between the local Aboriginal communities, Peninsula Health and other organisations of the south eastern area.”
“This free family event brings together health, education, sports, arts, government providers to share information about their services and to promote further Aboriginal safety, strong culture, strong peoples aspiration of self-determination.”
The Frankston Mornington Peninsula Primary Care Partnership is hosting the event. The event’s organiser says “the expo is provided to break down barriers to local health services, employment and educational pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula – and to build long-term partnerships with service providers.”
The Bay Mob Expo will run from 12pm to 4pm on 16 April at 32 Nursery Ave, Frankston.