DEADLY FUTURES 7 - 8 JUNE 2018
Our future event turns our attention to the next 100 years. It will focus on our young people and include events such as a Conversations with inspiring Indigenous and non-Indigenous people and a health focussed sports carnival.
Conversations with ....
If you could, who would you like to have a conversation with?
This scenic cruise brings together our youth, the future of Palm Island, and inspiring Indigenous and non-Indigenous leaders in a casual conversation. While cruising the waters of the Palm Island Group, youth from Palm Island and Townsville will have the opportunity to talk about their possible futures with an amazing panel of speakers who have broken down barriers to succeed in their chosen field. We'll explore topics that will make the next 100 years a deadly future for our kids and theirs.
Departing Palm Island Jetty
Free for Palm Island residents age 13-18yrs
Must register at council reception or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The Conversations with .... cruise is supported by Sealink Qld.
Selina Hughes - Palm Island paramedic.
Nic Marchesi - Social entrepreneur and co-founder of Orange Sky Laundry
Shauntai Batzke - Wiradjuri Soprano
Lauwana Blackley - Palm Island renal unit manager
William Enoch Tranby - Young tourism leader
Dr Raymond Blackman - Palm Island GP
Professor Gracelyn Smallwood - Health and human rights activist
Note: Some changes may occur
9am-4pm , FRIDAY 8 JUNE, PALM ISLAND SPORTS RESERVE
Deadly Futures Healthy Sports Carnival
Bringing together the Kathy Tarpaulin netball challenge and the Obei Geia rugby league carnival - this event will see more than 450 school children from Townsville, Magnetic Island and Palm Island compete in round robin events. The focus of the carnival is on healthy habits and a healthy future for the people of Palm Island, closing the gap one step at a time. A carnival finale will include traditional dancing and contemporary musicians - a cultural treat for visiting and local teams.
The Deadly Futures Healthy Sports Carnival is supported by the Cathy Freeman Foundation, North Queensland Toyota Cowboys, the Townsville Hospital and Health Service and the Commonwealth Games Embracing 2018 Legacy Program.