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Ugly Christmas Jumper Party - Glebe NSW

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 29 Nov, 2014 - 29 Nov, 2014
 Sat 7:00pm - Sat 11:00pm
 58 Cowper Street
  Glebe, NSW
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 Team Dog's Ugly Christmas Jumper Party


Team Dog invites you to this very important, very community-driven, and very tacky Christmas shindig!

Our first ever social event, the Ugly Christmas Jumper Party is all about getting together, having a few drinks, watching a bit of a spectacular show, and reminding ourselves that this community we've all built together is actually really awesome.

While the ticket sales, some minigames, and the silent auction will help fund our work like pound prevention, pet owner support, and pound enrichment programs going forward, this party is all about the social aspect. We want to have a good time, in our ugliest Christmas apparel, and hang out with everyone who's just as committed to the cause as we are.

So, here's the deets:

Our fabulous, gorgeous MC is Felicity Frockaccino and not only will she be making sure everything runs smoothly, she'll also be putting on a couple of shows for everyone.

What: Team Dog's Ugly Christmas Jumper Party
When: Saturday 29th November 2014
Where: Friend In Hand @ 58 Cowper Street Glebe NSW 2037
Tickets: $25 each

Wearing an Ugly Christmas Jumper isn't mandatory but those who do will instantly be in a raffle to win an amazing prize. The function room is air conditioned too.

We have a true silent auction with some really awesome products, so make sure you get your bid in on the night and cross your fingers you're the highest bidder!

So come hang out with us. Watch a couple of shows, have a few drinks, and celebrate that the Team Dog community is really, really amazing.


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