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Red tour: LGBTI rainbow walk tour through Wellington
• What we'll do Join us on this 90-minute walk tour of inner city Wellington, New Zealand. The walk is on the flat using accessible public footpaths. Learn about: Early female impersonators The Salvation Army and homosexual law reform Community icons giving back LGBTI social meeting places Infamous local hate crimes A landmark church service on homosexuality Starts: Pukeahu Park (meet at the bottom of the steps to the war memorial), Tory Street Ends: St Peter's church, Willis Street Duration: 90 minutes Cost / Bookings: free – no need to book. Just turn up, but please check the Facebook page for weather related cancellations - Areas covered: Pukeahu Park, Tory Street, Vivian Street, Cuba Street and Willis Street. Features: Amazon Softball Club, Amy Bock, Audre Lorde, Bea Arthur, Bette Armstrong, Brian Brake, Bill Bain, Carmen’s International Coffee Lounge, Carmen Rupe, Chrissy Witoko, Club 41, Circle magazine, Edith Eger, Eugunia Falleni, Evergreen Cafe, Frankie Lund, Harold Gillies, Jeff Whittington, Johnny Croskery, Kiwi Concert Party, Lesbian Club, Miles Radcliffe, Pasi Tunupopo, Porleen Simmons, Purple Onion, Ralph Dyer, Rev. Annette Cater, Rev. Godfrey Wilson, Robert Gant, Ronald Trifero Nelson, Salvation Army, St Peter’s Willis Street and Tom McLean. Special thanks to Dr Alison Laurie and Hugh Young for allowing us to incorporate their research into this walk tour. If you're interested in finding out more about some of the people/events mentioned visit • What to bring • Important to know Cost / Bookings: free – no need to book. Just turn up, but please check the Facebook page for weather related cancellations -

Pukeahu National War Memorial Park

Buckle Street · Wellington

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    Open to LGBTQI community members in the Wellington region, and their friends. Our activity options are as diverse as the community and open to suggestions. Looking for people to go to a gig with you? Want to try your chances in a bake off? Drag race anyone? Day trip you've been dreaming about? With endless possibilities, we'll always keep it fresh ;)

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