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The Auckland Women’s Centre Hosts Mystery Film Event

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22 July 2014

12.30pm

The Auckland Women’s Centre Hosts Mystery Film Event

The Auckland Women’s Centre is hosting a fundraising film evening at 7pm on Sunday 10 August 2014, at the Capitol Cinema in Balmoral, Auckland. While all details have been confirmed, the film itself remains a secret.

The Auckland Women’s Centre works to promote the wellbeing and empowerment of women in the Auckland region. As a not-for-profit organisation, the Centre’s fundraising activities aim to ensure its continued work within the community.

Guests can expect another fabulous evening of feminist cinema with the Auckland Women’s Centre, all while supporting the longevity of the Centre’s work.

The film will be revealed on 1 August, but tickets are now available from the Auckland Women’s Centre, at a cost of $20 to $25. To pre-purchase tickets call 09 376 3227 or email info@womenz.org.nz

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