sad to see them go
been watching them pack up progressively over the past few months.
I can't see how a giant backpackers can take it's place in Sydney culture.
especially when this still goes on
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Hey lj peeps
Here is a community Fire workshop this Saturday - share the info where it suits, come along.
Rsvps please to email@example.com
Plenty of time for peoples to have a twirl and then get into a warm pub, a warm bath and a warm whatever they are doin on a long w'end Sat night in Sincity
We <3 pyro
SLP Edu is sharing this information on behalf of a visiting specialist.
Henry the pyrotechnist is visiting town and offering a community skills workshop on fire use and play this Saturday 9 June 4pm in south Newtown.
Please reply for meeting details - this will be outdoors for about 2 hours so warm attire preferably in natural fibres is required. People bring pois or things they have to try. user participate at own risk
Attendees give donations towards any supplies +/or buy Henry a beer afterwards.
any questions or meeting info please reply to email firstname.lastname@example.org or
SMS oh for won won for seben won free seben free
rsvps please so the group knows how many people to wait for until we move on to the outdoor space
please forward on to any appropriate forwarding peoples list
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12:00 - 17:00
Come along to sell, trade or browse!
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isn't it Saturday?