Date(s) - 12/12/2017
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
It’s Christmas and we invite you to our
Christmas Girls & Boys Night In
It is Christmas and we simply want to gather and enjoy Christmas with each other.
Your hearts is going to be stirred with wonder and compassion as Rebecca Kelly shares her story of her beautiful boy.
We can’t do Christmas without a story that includes a child. Rebecca Kelly has an amazing story to tell about her beautiful son and her journey to see the life of children with Down Syndrome to be equally validated. Her heart has already changed the medical world.
We have all tasted her tasty morsels. Our third speaker is Lucy Millwood from Drop Dead Bakery.
Christmas is all about food, gathering hearts around the table. Lucy is going to share her journey of creating tasty yummy paleo treats.
Grab a friend, a partner, a family member, get a ticket and come and enjoy our Christmas Girls and Boys Night In.
Christmas Grazing Table commences at 6pm.
$30 for family pass members + glass of sparkling
$35 for non family pass members + glass of sparkling
Get a table of 5 and get your tickets for $25
Time: 5:30pm for a 6pm Grazing Table
Venue: Tailrace Centre
Dates for 2018:
March 8th: Celebrating International Women’s Day
September 6th: Celebrating Jean Hailes Health Week
June 13th: Celebrating Life
December 11th: Celebrating Christmas
What is Girls Night In?
Four times a year I champion a Girls Night In. 3 local Girls, 3 local Stories.
Because our stories need to be heard.
When we begin to listen to story we begin to see that we aren’t so different.
Social media, political correctness would have us believe that there is an us and a them.
When we gather at the table and sit across from one another we can’t help but say, “You too?”
Where we can log minutes with one another hearts and see that we aren’t so different.
That we are more than anti or pro towards an issue! We are souls.
“Your soul is the deepest thing about you. It is the eeriest, most evocative, sacred, eternal, life directing, fragile, indestructible and now days very controversial, part of your existence.” John Ortberg
Your soul is precious. Your soul has a story to tell, memories worth remembering, dreams worth working toward, a body worth feeding and a soul worth tending.
I want to hear the ordinary girl on the street, the raw, the young, the girl brimming with resilience and courage in the midst of hurry and hard. Who hasn’t made it big yet on Instagram or you tube.
I want to hear them describe their dream, their hope, their hard, their struggle. I want to clap their courage and resilience. To say, ” I see you and well done.”
I want to invite girls to the table. Hands passing bowls.
Knives and forks clinking against plates, bread being torn, laughter as stories old and new were weaved, the glow of candles, the connection of hearts.