DL Wgtn and Palmy tonight

Written By: - Date published: 4:03 pm, July 23rd, 2009 - 4 comments
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No Right Turn reminds us:

Drinking Liberally is happening tonight in both Wellington and Palmerston North. In Wellington, the guest speaker will be Geoff Keey from Greenpeace, who will be talking about their Sign On campaign. In Palmerston North, we’ll have the Greens’ Metiria Turei, talking about the upcoming “anti-smacking” referendum.

When: 17:30, Thursday, July 23
Where: Southern Cross, Abel Smith Street, Wellington

When: 17:30, Thursday, July 23
Where: Brewers Apprentice, 334 Church St, Palmerston North

Hope you have better weather up in Palmy.

4 comments on “DL Wgtn and Palmy tonight”

  1. Hope you have better weather up in Palmy


  2. Shane 2

    The Palmy one has been cancelled.

  3. It would have been nice if people had mentioned that earlier.

  4. dave 4

    exactly I/S. I went too. No one there…Grrrr. it was lucky I had other stuff to do up here…

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