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A Celebration Of The Life And Work Of Elsie Locke

There will be a gathering in Wellington to celebrate the life and work of Elsie - writer, historian, champion of peace, the environment, and women's rights. Speakers include Keith Locke, Maureen Birchfield, Brian and Anita Easton, and Alistair Campbell; there will be an opportunity for those present who knew Elsie to also share their memories of her; and light refreshments.

On Saturday 5 May, from 2pm to 4-30pm, in the Mezzanine Floor meeting room, Wellington Central Library, Victoria Street.

Organised by Wellington friends of Elsie, for more information about the gathering contact Jacquie Matthews tel (04) 472 3165. If you are able to contribute a plate for the afternoon tea, please contact PMA, tel (04) 382 8129.


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Peace Movement Aotearoa
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PO Box 9314, Wellington, Aotearoa / New Zealand.
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