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DEFGLIS Springs Out to support local Canberra community

2017 10 27 SpringOut

DEFGLIS members will be at the Canberra SpringOut Fair Day, supporting the local community and providing an opportunity to meet our team.

The Spring Out festival is hosted by the Aids Action Council of the ACT. Since 1999 the festival's aim has been to strengthen and promote the LGBTI community within the Australian Capital Territory.

This year, fair day will be held on the 28th October 2017 at the Gorman Arts Centre in Braddon. To find out how you can get involved click here to register as a volunteer for the event or just swing past and say hi to the team on the day.

As with previous years we will be taking a group photo at 1300h, so please swing past and join the team.

 

The specific details for the day are as follows:

  • Location: Gorman Arts Centre
  • Address: 55 Ainslie Avenue, Braddon, ACT, 2612
  • Date: Sat, 28 Oct 2017
  • Time: 1100 - 1600 h

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About the Author
Author: James Smith
James is the Secretary and the Communications Director for DEFGLIS. He has served as Communications Director since 2013.
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