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Enabling Love is proud to announce is Sports Night

Enabling Love is proud to announce is Sports Night in partnership with Parafed

Enabling Love, in partnership with Parafed, is announcing our second event in the Social Series. It is going to be a Sports Night on Friday, 6th of July from 6.00pm until 8.30pm at the Edgar Centre in Dunedin. There will be pizza and drinks available as part of the $20.00 ticket price. We invite all members, students and people of all ability’s from 18 years and over. This will be a young and vibrant event and we look forward to seeing you there.

Sport has been one of the dynamic ways people have met their partners in the past, and it is a good way to get fit while having fun. We are delighted that Parafed has come on board, and are hoping to do a number of these sports events nationally. It is good for the Parafed brand, and it’s good for Enabling Love in the long term to host and promote these types of events. This event is also designed to ensure that everyone has a good time, and we aim to break down some of the barriers that some people face when it comes to socialising and building relationships. We encourage you to come along and form new relationships and connections.

In recent months we have had two successful social events: speed dating and a movie night, and two successful couples who have been matched as a result of these events. Come and join us in the third social event where there will be fun sports to take part in.

You can purchase tickets at Eventfinda soon and also there will be door sales,

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