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Charity Movie Night : Seven Women

Charity Movie Night : Seven Women - Has Ended

 2 Mar, 2020 - 2 Mar, 2020
 Mon 6:30pm - Mon 8:30pm
 5 River End Road
  Bangholme, VIC
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Outdoor Monster LED screen, popcorn, ice cream, great vibes, and even greater people.. sounds like a pretty good night, right? Right. But it gets better because it's supporting Seven Women: a social enterprise that empowers marginalised and disabled women in Nepal. Come along for a chill night to watch the Seven Women documentary. A bunch of us (Monash University students) have just gotten back from a study tour in Nepal and this documentary is a snippet of what we experienced and gained. Steph Woollard, Founder of Seven Women, will be there along with Anita Kerr, President of Seven Women, who is visiting from Nepal! Details: Date: Monday 2 March 2020 Location: Melbourne Cable Park Time: 6.30pm for a 7pm start. Park will be open before 6.30pm Tickets: $10 each (plus booking fee) Movie: Bringing The Light: The Story of Seven Women. Documentary is approximately 1 hour long Food & drink: Popcorn, ice cream, water, soft drink, beer, wine, etc will be available to buy at the Park's cafe Public transport: Closest train station is Mordialloc but it's a fair hike from there Parking: Free car parking available To bring: BYO seating/blankets/bean bags. Some bean bags are available but first in, comfiest seated. Blankets are available for rent. Tickets are fine on your phone - think of the environment.  Seven Women website: Melbourne Cable Park website: Note, 100% of ticket sales (excluding booking fees) and donations (which are optional) go to Seven Women. Tickets are non-refundable. If you have any questions, feel free to message Emma on 0434 364 347.

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 Emma Tibballsorganiser
 0434 364 347

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Seven Women: a social enterprise that empowers marginalised and disabled women in Nepal.

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