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November news from LILAC
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Hens' Teeth: The Older the Better

Featuring Coral Trimmer, Sunny Amey and Dame Kate Harcourt

Tuesday 8th December 6pm @ Circa Theatre - all tickets $45

Hens' Teeth presents The Older the Better showcasing the talents of Coral Trimmer harmonica virtuoso, Sunny Amey stand-up comedian, Dame Kate Harcourt, character actor. In common they have talent, skill, and age – they are all over 90. Compèred by Kate Jason-smith, with a supporting cast of Gold Card youngsters.

It would be great to see you there, we really appreciate your support!

Book now:

  • Please deposit/transfer your ticket payment of $45 into the LILAC bank account: Westpac 030502 0030496 00 using your name and Circa as the reference
  • Then email librarian@lesbian.net.nz to receive confirmation of your booking.

Please buy your tickets ... for yourself or pressies for your mum or nanas ... by 1 December (Circa need to know how many we have sold).

Tickets can be collected in the theatre lobby from 5.30pm on the day.

LILAC Annual General Meeting - you are invited

A reminder that the LILAC AGM is next Thursday 19 November at 6pm. Light refreshments will be available from 5.30pm ... and time to renew your subscription if necessary (cash only on the day)

Last year we, the members, were very clear - LILAC must stay.

This year we’ve had Covid-19 which has disrupted people’s lives and got in the way of activities we hoped to provide.

For the coming year we want, we need, your ideas of what we can use the unique space of LILAC for. The Collective will outline at the AGM some plans, but LILAC is our place, your place, tell us what you can contribute, what you would like to see happen.

  NOTE We are currently in Covid-19 Alert level 1; however should there be any change to this Alert level before the AGM, we will continue with the meeting as planned but via ZOOM. Details will be sent to everyone as soon as possible should this be necessary. Please follow the advice about checking for possible symptoms, registering all the places you go, getting tested and staying home. Wear masks in public places, wash your hands, stay safe.

New books on the shelves
Muslim woman's memoir
from Pakistan to Canada to coming out
more on goodreads
Set in Otago
about friends, family, a murder and a girl's obsession with Nancy Drew
more on goodreads
Historical fiction
based on the life of Mademoiselle de Maupin
more on goodreads

Need to renew? email lilac-subs@lesbian.net.nz
  • 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.
  • Online banking payments should be made to LILAC 030502 0030496 00 Please email lilac-subs@lesbian.net.nz to confirm your details and alert us to your payment
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