Kiss the Kitty this December with Castlemaine Health

Calling out to our LGBTIQ friends, and their friends, and their friends’ friends…

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of Kiss the Kitty, an indoor carpet bowls event that’ll run throughout December at the Wesley Hill Market Hall.

Kiss the Kitty is an LGBTIQ community development project that’s supported by Castlemaine Health.

Lock it in your calendar because it’s definitely the season for some friendly competition and barefoot bowls. Have a few laughs. Make new friends and connections. And don’t pay anything -it’s a freebie! There’s no registration and no hassle. Just turn up.

Tell your friends, then tell your friends’ friends…

When: Mondays throughout December
12.45pm to 2.15pm
Where: Wesley Hill Market Hall

Any questions just call our Social Support Services team on 5471 3566.

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