Article Title:Why Heroes Out West is Best!
Category:Events
Author or Credit:Jacqui Stanford and Cissy Rock
Published on:15th February 2014 - 08:42 am
Published by:GayNZ.com
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Story ID:14615
Text:On Sunday is Heroes Out West, where lesbians and their friends and families take over Henderson’s Falls Park, with Annie Crummer headining the entertainment! Founder and proud westie Cissy Rock offers ten reasons you don’t want to miss it. Cissy Rock is welcoming you all along! 1. Bob Harvey dedicated Falls Park to the lesbians in 2008 (use it or lose it) 2. At least one happy couple meets at Heroes Out West 3. Cissy Rock is wearing her new dress Enjoying a picnic in the sun 4. Not often do we see so many lesbians in one place 5. People of all genders are welcomed (bring your Dad) Ellie Lim and Jodi Pringle 6. An all women line up – headlined by Annie Crummer! 7. Show the Local Boards that we support events like this Dr Huhana Hickey and Sophie Tauhara 8. Meet some new friends 9. Catch up with old friends 10. Celebrate lesbian culture Anne Speir entertaining the crowd When: Sunday 16 February, 4pm-8pm Where: Falls Park, Alderman Drive, Henderson Tickets: Pre-sales $25, Door $30 The Women’s Bookshop or 021 964 884 Adult themes may offend Jacqui Stanford and Cissy Rock - 15th February 2014    
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