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Another Night with the gypsies

Tue, 31 Aug 2004

7:30pm Thursday 20th November 2003 Dear Friends - I realise that this event is hot on the heels of our previous 'Peace Concert' but it is quite different. It is probably my last 'peace event' for this year (due to financial pressures) so I hope you will grasp the opportunity and have a great night OUT! (It is the only Gypsy Night for 2004 unless someone else wants to offer the 'Khamoro Band' some gigs.)

Last notice to REMIND you of this special COMMUNITY ARTS & CULTURE EVENT

Free Spirit Peace Team Presents Another Night with the gypsies

Khamoro Band New Zealand's own authentic Gypsies from the Czech Republic

With special guest Artists: Lynn Lorkin & Hershel

PLUS 'Gestures Theatre' Mask~Mime~Merriment


Also features Macedonian Singers and more...........Spring Passion! Drama! Excitement! Fun!

Music ~ Dancing ~ Food ~ Party

7:30pm Saturday 11th September 2004 Ceramco Park Community Centre

112-118 Glendale Rd. Glen Eden, Waitakere City

Peace Café supper available! Cash Bar! Make a party, Celebrate Life! Come for a great night Out!

Please pre-book Tickets: $15

Post cheques to 'Peace Events Team' 1310 Huia Rd. Huia, Waitakere City

OR purchase direct from Glen Eden 'EARTHSEED ORGANICS SHOP' at the rail crossing corner of Glenvue Rd.


More Info. call Event Coordinator: Laurie Ross ph:811 8696


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