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March 2021 LILAC news
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Welcome to LILAC's March newsletter.

We have a busy Pride week coming up at LILAC and hope to see you for our events and some good reading material ...

  • Author Mia Farlane speaking at LILAC
  • Tuesdays at the LILAC Lounge Pride edition
  • LILAC at Out in the City
  • New books at LILAC

Are you okay - a talk by Mia Farlane

Thursday 25 March 6.30pm

Kiwi author Mia Farlane will speak at LILAC library on writing and researching.

Mia writes darkly humorous literary fiction re flailing relationships, failed intimacies and mental health. After spending several years in France she moved to London. Her first novel 'Footnotes to Sex' (Viking/Penguin) is available at LILAC. She returned to Aotearoa in 2019, completing her third novel thanks to a Creative NZ grant. Mia has recently returned to Wellington for another visit, and is writing full-time.

There will be drinks and nibbles from 6.30pm before the presentation by Mia at 7pm.

Koha admission at the LILAC Lounge, level 2,187 Willis Street - there is a lift.
We look forward to seeing you there.

This event is part of the Wellington Pride Festival 2021.

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Tuesdays at the LILAC Lounge - Pride edition

As part of the Wellington Pride Festival 2021 we are offering a board games evening with Cards Against Humanity! on Tuesday 23 March at 6.30pm. This is an adults only event. As its name suggests, Cards Against Humanity is hilarious, and in profoundly bad taste. This event is not suitable for polite women with even the vaguest hint of sensibility. The rest of us will have a lot of fun.

LILAC at Out in the City - the gay Fair

LILAC will have a stall at the annual gay fair - this year Out in the City in the Michael Fowler Centre.
We will be selling quality books and have a raffle or two to raise money to help keep the library and venue running. Fresh off the press we have copies of the new novel 'Rising tide' by Jennifer Palgrave (Lois & Hilary) at a special reduced price. Stop by at our stall and see what we have - lots of goodies going at very fair prices!

Please BRING CASH and a carry bag - cash is needed at the Fair as small organisations cannot afford mobile eftpos ... tell your buddies.

New books to watch out for ....
The antics of women at a writing retreat
goodreads
Focus on butch4butch relationships
more
An artist sketching the city she loves until ...
goodreads
LILAC gratefully acknowledges the invaluable financial support we receive from the Armstrong and Arthur Charitable Trust for Lesbians.

The A&A Trust  commemorates the support of Bette Armstrong and Bea Arthur for the lesbian community in Wellington. It is a registered charity that welcomes bequests and donations to enable it to assist lesbian communities in the Wellington region.

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  • Cash or cheque payments may be made at LILAC, Level 2, 187 Willis Street during our opening hours. Please bring correct amount of cash.
  • Cheque payments can also be posted to LILAC Inc, PO Box 427, Wellington 6140 with a completed renewal form.
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