Tomboi Entertainment presents ...
Saturday 14th December, 9pm until late
Rush Bar, 5 Wigan Street
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Coming out or new to Wellington
If you are coming out as a lesbian or are a lesbian who has recently moved to the Wellington region and you would like to find out more information about the gay community please email Monique Rei at firstname.lastname@example.org. She is happy to email back and forth or meet in a cafe and also let you know when social events are on and meet you there to introduce to others.
Gay and Lesbian Help-Line
Providing information, advice, active listening, youth support and more Helpline Services to the whole lesbian, gay, trans, questioning, coming out, whatever community. Staffed by Gay / Lesbian / Takatäpui / Queer Volunteers. More info at www.gaywellington.org or phone them at 04-473-7878.
Lesbian Radio Programme
The weekly Lesbian Radio Programme is broadcast on Sundays, 10 - 11 am, on Wellington Access Radio 783 AM. It is rebroadcast at midnight Tuesday to 1 am Wednesday.
Check our Lesbian Radio webpage for more information and links to listen to or download recent programmes.
Notices for the broadcasting to the programme should be sent to email@example.com
The programme has a page on Facebook Wellington-Lesbian-Radio for the latest updates from programme presenters.
There is an interview with Prue about the programme and its history on PrideNZ.com.
Lesbian Radio recruiting
The Lesbian Radio collective is looking for new presenters. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested - full training will be given. An extra techie or 2 would also be helpful.
Global lesbian podcasts
The Lesbian Radio webpage has links to the top 5 global lesbian podcasts and to Joy 94.9 in Melbourne.
Armstrong & Arthur Charitable Trust for Lesbians
The Armstrong and Arthur Charitable Trust for Lesbians was established in 2001 by the late Bea Arthur for the benefit of lesbian community groups in the Wellington region. The Trust is named to recognise and remember the 57 year relationship of Bea and her partner the late Bette Armstrong. The Trustees invite applications for funding assistance, as grants, for projects and activities that will benefit all or part of the lesbian communities in the Wellington region.
Activities the Armstrong & Arthur Charitable Trust funds are:
- Education, research and social development
- Lesbian individuals and lesbian community groups that benefit the lesbian community such as help-lines, library facilities, radio programmes, art exhibitions and theatre productions and other cultural activities intended to further community development
- The provision of other services such as rehabilitation and health activities
The Wellington Region is defined as the Lower North Island South of the Manawatu Gorge.
Applications for the next round of grants close on January 31 2014. Application forms and guidelines for applications from: The Secretary, The Armstrong and Arthur Charitable Trust for Lesbians, PO Box 199, Waikanae 5250.