Mardi Gras Celebrations
Inner West Council proudly supports the diversity of our LGBTIQ Community.
Each year Council recognises and celebrates the month of Mardi Gras through our fabulous Mardi Gras Reception in February, Feel the Love.
Council also proudly opens the month of Mardi Gras by raising Rainbow Flags and banners on Balmain Town Hall, Ashfield Civic Centre and Newtown Neighbourhood Centre.
2017 marks the fifth annual Feel the Love Reception, organised in partnership with the Inner West Council LGBTIQ Working Group.
Feel the Love Inner West 2017, themed ‘Get Connected’ aims to unite all of the LGBTIQ Communities from the former Council areas of Leichhardt, Marrickville and Ashfield. Our celebrations will include drawing as many Inner West services and organisations (of all shapes and sizes) as possible to be a part of a collective ‘Get Connected Expo’ at the event.
Get Connected Expo
- Please send us the linked form ASAP if you are interested in sharing a space/stall at our Feel the Love Inner West ‘Get Connected Expo’ - Expression of Interest Form (PDF 137.8KB)
- Please pass this call out onto any groups, services and or organisations in hobby, recreation, health, education, welfare, lifestyle – Any agency providing for our LGBTIQ Communities.
- Connect with our working group and spread the word to your networks on the Inner West LGBTIQ Working Group Facebook page
Feel the Love Inner West 2017
Thursday, 16 February 2017
7pm – 9pm
Petersham Town Hall
107 Crystal Street
Petersham NSW 2049
Bookings are essential. Please register as a guest Register here for Feel the Love
Get Connected Expo Expression of Interest Form Register here for Get Connected Expo (PDF 137.8KB)
Official Rainbow Flag Raising Breakfast
Friday, 17 February 2017
Balmain Town Hall
370 Darling Street
Balmain NSW 2041
Bookings are essential. Please register as a guest Register here for the Rainbow Flag Raising
Please join us to celebrate our amazing new community!
For further information, please contact Council’s Community Project Consultant, Josie Leeson at email@example.com
New Art at Newtown Art Seat
Council is also celebrating Mardi Gras with the installation of ‘Booby Dinosaur’ at Newtown’s ArtSeat.
Chrissie Cotter Gallery
Mog & Mog exhibition is running at Council’s Chrissie Cotter Gallery in Camperdown for the duration of Mardi Gras.
Gay And Lesbian, Then and Now: Australian Stories from A Social Revolution
Robert Reynolds and Shirleene Robinson will be talking about their book ‘Gay And Lesbian, then and now: Australian Stories from A Social Revolution’.
Wednesday 15 March 2017
Corner Marrickville and Petersham Roads
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