Russel Norman at Drinking Liberally Wgtn – tomorrow

Written By: - Date published: 11:40 am, September 2nd, 2008 - 6 comments
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The Drinking Liberally – Wellington email:

By popular demand this Wednesday Drinking Liberally Wellington presents: Russel Norman – Co-leader of the Green Party.
Russel is a relatively recent addition to parliament and many of you expressed an interest in hearing more about him and his views. This is your chance!
Come share a drink with us and hear about what makes Russel tick – this coming Wednesday (Sept 3rd) at the Southern Cross Bar from 5:30pm, though Russel will start around 6:15pm…
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WHAT Drinking Liberally Wellington
WHEN 5:30pm, Wed 3 September
WHERE Southern Cross, Abel Smith Street
SPEAKER Russel Norman (from 6:15pm)
CONTACT wellington@drinkingliberally.org

6 comments on “Russel Norman at Drinking Liberally Wgtn – tomorrow”

  1. Neilson 1

    Hey Steve

    Please just update the details under the bar to say wednesday, you have it right in the story but not down the bottom.

    Regards
    Alexander

  2. Phil 2

    Is anybody welcome to come… and will I have to check my super-secret-RWNJ-decoder-ring at the door?

  3. ben 3

    I want to know who he’ll be cheering for on Sept 13.

  4. burt 4

    I might turn up.

  5. naughtybynature 5

    Burt the hairy armpit girls will love you.

  6. Tara 6

    Regrettably, I could not make it.
    Is there any chance of an audio or video file of the event being posted on this thread ?

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