Article Title:Another big Bear NZ Week on the way
Category:Events
Author or Credit:the Bear NZ Week crew and GayNZ.com
Published on:6th January 2014 - 09:58 am
Published by:GayNZ.com
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Story ID:14414
Text:There are no doubts February is going to be a huge month in Auckland. Among the many events under the Pride Festival umbrella is Bear New Zealand Week - and the 'preliminary' schedule is already packed! Get tickets here The team fills you in on what it has in store ... Sunday February 09: Bear New Zealand tent at the Big Gay Out Early Registration at LYC Big Gay Out from midday. The LYC Big Gay Out is the country’s biggest celebration of GLBT life with over 15,000 people expected at Coyle Park. Besides a relaxing day watching the world go by, it’s also an opportunity to meet up with your fellow bears, pick up your registration packs, and purchase a t-shirt at the Bear New Zealand tent. Entry to the park is by gold coin donation to the New Zealand AIDS Foundation. Monday February 10: Opening Drinks and Centurian special Official Opening drinks and get together at Marcello’s Café, followed by Wet Fur at Centurian Sauna. Our official opening ‘Meet ) DJ vitamin K from 8-11 the Bear NZ Week crew and GayNZ.com - 6th January 2014    
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