Article Title:Your mid-week Pride rundown
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Published on:9th March 2016 - 01:26 pm
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Text:Wellington Pride Festival | Tū whakahīhī e Te Whanganui-ā-Tara is halfway through it’s amazing lineup of events and there’s another busy day today in the capital with plenty on offer if you are looking to join in the festivities. The Proud Pre-Conference Trans* Hui has kicked things off this morning, exclusively for trans and intersex members of the LGBTI community, the hui features workshops and panels by speakers from across Oceania. An official powhiri tonight will open the Proud human rights and health conference, which takes place over the next two days. From 5.30- 7.30pm tonight head along to the LILAC Library, Wellington’s library for women interested in women. A lending library which welcomes new, established and former members, pop in to visit and view the amazing collection. A women only space, small children are welcome with their mums. Tonight is your chance of a lifetime to hear the accomplished US actor, artist, filmmaker and author Miranda July, present an autobiographical artist talk as part of NZ Writers Week. Miranda July: Lost Child! is from 6pm at the Opera House and tickets are available from Or, if you are stuck indoors tonight why not take half an hour out of your evening and tune into Listen Out In the Park from 6 - 6.30pm on Wellington Free Access Radio - 783am or online at At the bars tonight there is a Pride Quiz Night and Karaoke at Ivy Bar from 8pm, over at S  
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