The online calendar below incorporates information contained within the Branch Calendar, grant information, marketing and promotions. A full PDF version of the Branch Calendar is also available for download:
- 2021 – Branch Calendar 2021
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12 August, 2021
August 12-13, 2021 N/A
On 17 December 1999 the United Nations General Assembly endorsed the recommendation made by the World Conference of Ministers Responsible for Youth, that 12 August be declared International Youth Day.
Find out more at the website http://www.un.org/en/events/youthday/
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3 September, 2021
September 3-4, 2021 N/A
Australian National Flag Day is an opportunity for individuals, community organisations, local authorities, businesses and schools to celebrate with pride the anniversary of the Australian National Flag.
Australian National Flag Day, proclaimed in 1996 as a national day, celebrates the first time the flag was flown on 3 September 1901. On that day Prime Minister Edmund Barton announced the winners of a competition to design a flag for Australia. A large flag, 5.5 metres by 11 metres, was flown over the dome of the Exhibition Building in Melbourne. At that time the flag was known as the Commonwealth blue ensign; later, the flag became known as the Australian National Flag.
All Australians are encouraged to fly or display the Australian National Flag to celebrate Australian National Flag Day on 3 September each year.
The website below has some ideas to help you celebrate Australian National Flag Day:
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Training course dates are not included within this calendar at this time. To obtain a copy of the Adult Leader and Youth Leadership Training calendar go to the training page.