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Turquoise tour: LGBTI rainbow walk tour through Wellington
• What we'll do Join us on this 90-minute walk tour of the inner city. Most of the walk is on the flat using accessible public footpaths. Learn about: Activism and homosexual law reform Homosexuality being used as a political weapon LGBTI rainbow personalities and famous artists Early social meeting places Starts: Outside of the City Gallery, Civic Square Ends: Midland Park on Lambton Quay Duration: 90 minutes Bookings/Cost: FREE – no need to book. Just turn up, but please check the Facebook page for weather related cancellations: Areas covered: Civic Square, Lower Cuba Street, Dixon Street, Willis Street, Lambton Quay and Midland Park. Features: Alfies, Alison Laurie, Carmen Rupe, Caspers, Charlotte Bronte, Colin Moyle, David Hindley, Destiny Church, Dorian Society, Effie Pollen, Eugenia Falleni, Fran Wilde, Georgina Beyer, Intersex Society of New Zealand, Katherine Mansfield, Le Balcon/The Balcony. Lesbian and Gay Rights Resource Centre, Maata Mahupuku, Mary Taylor, Mani Bruce Mitchell, Michael Fowler, Neil Costelloe, Norman Jones, Pink Triangle Collective, Robert Gant, Royal Oak Hotel, Sun Sauna, Te Aro Park, Ursula Bethell and the Wellington Town Hall. Special thanks to Dr Alison Laurie and Hugh Young for allowing us to incorporate their research into this walk tour • What to bring • Important to know

city gallery - civic square

101 wakefield street · Wellington

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