In May three sexual health trivia nights were held in Newcastle, Taree and Tamworth for Gay Men and other men who have sex with men (MSM).
Men who attended enjoyed a fun social event, got information about sexual health, scored some fabulous prizes, and were consulted around their concerns about sexual health and wellbeing.
I would like to thank everyone who participated in the trivia nights, the venues and the sponsors. Participants will be kept informed about the outcomes of the consultations, and notified of further opportunities and activities.
Coast Home Help is inviting GLBT people to a community consultation about home-based aged care. The consultation is in Newcastle on Wednesday, June 30, 7pm at the Gateway Hotel. If you can’t attend, you can complete their survey at www.glbtac.org.au
Linking Lesbians In Newcastle (LLINC) is a social group for lesbians and other same-sex attracted women in the Newcastle and Hunter regions. LLINC runs social pool at the Gateway Hotel every Sunday from 6pm.
Lesbian film nights kick off on Friday, July 23, 6.30pm at ACON. BYO food to share. Women’s Winter Dance is on Saturday, July 31 at the Hamilton RSL. For more info, contact LLINC on 0416 703 173, email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop in to ACON on Fridays and see a LLINC member in the flesh.
STUDIO 54 is nearly here. The annual Rainbow Visions Ball is on Saturday, July 17. Your host is the Queen of disco, Denise Gold. ’70s disco band The Frocks and local DJ Simone De Peak will be spinning vinyl so you can disco the night away. Tables are selling fast! Tickets are available from ACON.
info: For more about groups, services, organisations or community events in the Hunter, New England, MNC or Central Coast contact ACON on 4927 6808 or email email@example.com
By Lisa Ronneberg. Lisa Ronneberg is the Community Health Promotion Officer at ACON’s Hunter Office.