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  • Home in Mirrabooka

    BBQDid you see the Alston cartoon in The West Australian on 6 September 2016?

    The Edmund Rice Centre WA has been in Mirrabooka since its foundation in 1998. We were in Chesterfield Road until 2006 before taking up various locations in Brewer Place, settling at Number 18 in 2007. In 2012, we took up at Number 9 too, which is home to our Youth programs. Over the years, we’ve run programs from Mirrabooka Library and the Herb Graham Recreation Centre, as well as at sporting venues around the northern suburbs. We really are at home in Mirrabooka!

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  • Harmony Camp 2016

    It was another fantastic few days of sharing stories, culture, food and fun at the annual Edmund Rice Centre WA Harmony Camp.

    It was a time to celebrate our cultural diversity – the theme of the weekend was “Rainbow”. A variety of activities including a local Indigenous welcome and knowledge, family and children’s games and sporting activities, music and dancing, and a multi-faith celebration encouraged sharing and learning from each other. Group sessions provided opportunities to listen to the stories and life experiences of refugee families and learn to appreciate the gifts they bring to our communities. Naturally, eating together being such an enjoyable way of sharing cultures, a multicultural dinner and an Aussie BBQ were highlights!