Lismore City Council will mark National Reconciliation Week with a family fun day in Kadina Park on Sunday, June 3.
Community development officer Lizette Twisleton said the theme of the day is 'Let's talk recognition' and she encouraged people to walk their talk and get serious about reconciliation by bringing their family and a picnic blanket for a day of sharing, entertainment and fun.
"This day is about bringing the Indigenous and the non-Indigenous community to enjoy time in their neighbourhood together," Ms Twisleton said. "We want people to really make a day of it and join in our big BBQ, meet new people, relax and enjoy some really fantastic and engaging entertainment."
There'll be a Welcome to Country by Thelma James, an appearance by Mr Bumsqueak the Clown, circus and arts workshops with the Creative Peoples Collective, performances by Aboriginal performer Dhinawan and the Lismore Youth Week female Songwriter of the Year Siobhan Corcoran, young locals Supafresh, singer Laura Nobel and busker Billy Smith.
The day is free and runs from 10am to 3pm.