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High Tea at Hastings Haus

High Tea at Hastings Haus - Has Ended

 3 Mar, 2024 - 3 Mar, 2024
 Sun 10:00am - Sun 2:00pm
 354 Flinders Street
  Townsville City, QLD
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This year's event will be hosted at Hastings Haus in Townsville, featuring the theme of Selfie Stations and the debut of our charity calendar.

What is a selfie station? Think yellow and white photo booths, small areas set up to have fun and create awesome selfies. Each station with a different theme such as a sunflowers, lolly bar, peacock chairs and many more.

Event Details:

Date: Sunday 3rd March 2024

Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

Cost: $100.00 per ticket

Location: Hastings Haus, 354 Flinders Street, Townsville

Please note: This event is exclusive to women.

What's Included:

Champagne and a casual high tea

Selfie Stations designed for this event (endless selfie opportunities)

Annual Group Photo (lingerie) + candid images for the calendar

Major Prize Donation from Blush Studio Townsville

Raffles and Silent Auction on the day of event

What to Bring:

Your phone for the selfie stations. Candid images will be taken throughout the day for our charity calendar.

White or yellow lingerie set if participating in the annual group images or if you wish to participate in the calendar images. Media Release forms will be provided on the day of the event.

Dress Code:

In support of Endometriosis Australia, please wear white and yellow or a light summery dress for the occasion. Let's make the theme stand out together!

Major Prize Donation:

One lucky lady will have the chance to win a Custom Boudoir Session with Blush Studio Townsville. The winner will be announced during the event. Prize Value $2500

Raffle tickets will be available for other prizes on the day.

Please note that this is a cashless event.

What is Endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a common disease where tissue similar to the lining of the womb grows outside it, affecting more than 830,000 (over 11%) of Australian women, girls, and gender-diverse individuals at some point in their lives. Symptoms vary, contributing to an average 6.5-year delay in diagnosis. Common symptoms include pelvic pain during menstruation, impacting fertility for some.

While it primarily affects reproductive organs, endometriosis can also be found in the bowel, bladder, and other areas of the body. In Australia, it costs society $9.7 billion annually, with a major portion attributed to lost productivity.

Please note: This is a non refundable event, if you can't attend or the event is cancelled for unforseen reasons, please treat your ticket as a donation to Endometriosis Australia.

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 Angela Van Dinterorganiser

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Endometriosis Australia

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