Due to the ever-changing nature of COVID-19, It is with a heavy heart that Endangered Heritage must cancel the National Endangered Skills and Trade show for 2021. In the background we have been hard at work on developing a COVID-19 safe procedure. The latest lockdowns and the recent covid health alert in ACT we are unable to delay the cancellation of this event to the last minute as vendors from interstate would be adversely impacted.
We feel that the best decision for the safety of our staff, participants, and the public is to cancel the event at the Fitters workshop this year.
To the business who were participating in the National Endangered Skills and Trade Show, we want to express our deepest gratitude and how much your support means to us. We respect and value the trades that you’re working in. The aim of this trade show is to raise awareness on the importance of all these trades and the value they bring for the Australian economy. We are regretful to lose this year’s opportunity to raise awareness of the indigenous trades and indigenous elder’s knowledge at risk of being lost forever.
Our National Endangered Skills and Trade show seminar is still going ahead on the 2nd of July 6.00pm with the support of the National Museum of Australia, AIATSIS and the National Archives of Australia. Please book to attend