Drinking Liberally Palmy

Written By: - Date published: 1:30 pm, July 16th, 2009 - 3 comments
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Drinking Liberally Palmy’s having their first event of the year at the Brewers Apprentice bar on July 23.

Head over, have a pint or two, talk some politics with likeminded people and hear Green co-leader Metiria Turei talk about the upcoming referendum.

As usual with these events she’ll probably stick around afterwards for questions and discussion on pretty much anything.

What: Drinking Liberally with Metiria Turei
Where: Brewers Apprentice, 334 Church St, Palmerston North
When: July 23 from 5.30pm.

For more info contact dlpalmerstonnorth@gmail.com. Awesome.

3 comments on “Drinking Liberally Palmy”

  1. deemac 1

    lets hope she gives a better performance than at Wgtn DL where she gave a powerpoint presentation consisting mainly of photos of herself. Including as a baby. I am not joking. It was apparent from her talk that it took her a worryingly long time to work out why anarchism doesn’t work. She also embarrassingly assumed that everyone in NZ has Maori relatives… (Indians? Chinese?) but a show of hands revealed this ain’t so. Surely legislators need a better grasp of where we’re at?

  2. Danley 2

    Make sure you dont drive back then 😉
    also if you’re lucky, you may get somewhere near as awesome as this:
    Took the picture with my son at last years pasifiska.

  3. BLiP 3

    Anyone heard anything about when the next Auckland event might take place?

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