Woka Woka Wharfie Fundraiser – Akl tonight

Written By: - Date published: 12:15 pm, April 3rd, 2012 - 10 comments
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Something to do in Auckland tonight:

What:  Special screening of The Muppets

Where:  Hoyts Sylvia Park, Mt Wellington

When:  Tonight, April 3rd, 6.10pm to 8.30pm

Don’t let those muppets at the Ports of Auckland get you down, come laugh at the real Muppets instead!

Some door sales will be available, or you can email julie.fairey@gmail.com to book  or to shout a wharfie and their whanau.

Please put MOVIE in the subject line.

$20 for adults, $10 for children.  Or a $20 solidarity ticket – to shout a wharfie or one of their whanau.  It’s been a long time for many of these families since they’ve been able to do anything like this and the dispute is not settled yet.

Part of the Save Our Port campaign. www.saveourport.com Funds raised will support the campaign, including hardship support for the wharfies’ families.

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10 comments on “Woka Woka Wharfie Fundraiser – Akl tonight”

  1. Is this a documentary about POAL’s board?

  2. Sweetd 2

    Meet the Muppets and watch a movie.

  3. Tom Gould 3

    Doesn’t ‘Miss Piggy’ bear a striking resemblance to Judith Collins?

    • Appearance-based judgements and snark really aren’t welcome on my guest posts Tom.

      • Te Reo Putake 3.1.1

        Have to agree, comparing her to Judith Collins is rather insulting to Miss Piggy.

        [lprent: Following Julie’s same logic but in reverse… WARNING ]

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