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Troy Cassar-Daley gets Deadly

COUNTRY singer Troy Cassar-Daley will be in Coffs Harbour this month, headlining the Deadly Days Festival, to be held at the Coffs Harbour Education Campus on October 29.

Staged by the North Coast Aboriginal Learning Partnership, the festival is part of the Australian Government's Community Festivals for Education Engagement initiative.

Activities include sports, health and cultural events, information stalls, Indigenous hip hop workshops, arts and language workshops, a 'Bush to BBQ' cooking event, and a yarning circle.

Alison Page from the ABC's New Inventors program will open the event.

The festival is a targeted opportunity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander school students in year's six to 12.

To register for this free event, call 6620 4758 or visit www.deadlydays.net.



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