Goulburn Valley Pride Inc.

THE place to meet, socialise and spend time with those you KNOW exist, but you cannot seem to find… (In Shepparton, Victoria, Australia)
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    VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – AIDS Awareness Week 

    Mon 26 Nov – Sat 1 Dec 

    10am – 4pm 

    2 volunteers required for 3hrs per shift to sit out front John Anderson Amcal Pharmacy (Wyndham Street) to hand out FREE red ribbons, lapel pins, magnets, notepads, enviro bags and more to raise awareness around HIV/AIDS – this year’s national and international campaigns are “know your status” and “HIV still matters”. Please contact Damien on 0418 511 562 to register your interest. More info on Facebook.

    VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – Bunnings BBQ

    Wed 12 Dec

    10am – 5pm

    4 volunteers required for 3.5hrs per shift to cook sausages/onions, serve food to customers (note: onions must be under the sausage, haha), handle cash, adhere to food safety practices, sell soft-drinks – this will occur on Wednesday 12 Dec at the NEW Bunnings, Benalla Road, Shepparton. Please contact Damien on 0418 511 562 to register your interest. More info on Facebook.

    VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – Christmas Charity Gift Wrapping

    Sat 15 – Mon 24 Dec

    10am – 4pm

    2 volunteers required for 3hrs per shift to sit out front Shop 4 / 224 Maude Street Mall (entrance to Tower Arcade) to gift-wrap Christmas presents for general public wishing to make gold coin donations per gift. Please contact Georgie on 0401 168 229 to register your interest. More info on Facebook.

    Unable to give your time? Prefer to donate? Thank you.

     

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    GV Pride members and friends alike are invited to share in the joy and happiness of the holiday season @ Victoria Park Lake this Christmas – ALL WELCOME! Meet us at the new BBQ pavilion on Wyndham Street (near the servo) – BYO steak or anything fancy, but in the spirit of giving we’ll provide FREE sausages, onions, bread, sauce, soft-drinks and salads! We may just have some bon bons and Christmas confectionary to share with you all too … depending on whether you’ve been naughty or nice ūüėČ See you there! Ho, ho, ho! Please arrive by 12.00pm – otherwise the BBQs might get hijacked by Christmas elves (i.e. random strangers!)

    GV Pride Christmas BBQ – all welcome! Sun 9 Dec Shepparton (11.30am – 2.30pm)

    Facebook event here.

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    Click flyer above for more info…

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    Please register here. Download PDF flyer here.

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    We, the current committee, have been at it for 12 months! Now the time has come to ‚Äėhave your say‚Äô in who runs the show! We encourage you ALL to attend, and to vote, and to use this opportunity – tell us what you want and how we can serve you better! Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of members of Goulburn Valley Pride Incorporated will be held on Sunday afternoon, Aug¬†26 @ 12.30pm,¬†Rural Health Academic Centre, Conference Room 1 – Melbourne Medical School, 49 Graham St, Shepparton. Business: Welcome, Apologies, President‚Äôs Report, Financial Report (17/18), Set M/ship Fees (18/19), Election of office bearers for committees and sub-committees, General Business. We look forward to seeing you there! P.S. You are invited to join us earlier for brunch @ Lemon Tree Cafe from 10.30am – meals at restaurant prices. Thought about becoming a member (only $18/yr)? We’d love to have you on board (and you need to be a financial member to be on the committee). Nomination form can be found here.

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    Buy tickets here.

    On Saturday 23 June Shepparton and Mooroopna Football/Netball Clubs will battle it out at Deakin Reserve for the region’s inaugural Pride Cup.

    A family day for locals and visitors alike including food, stalls and football/netball will see rival teams compete for the Pride Cup. Pride Cup celebrates diversity and inclusion in sport for the lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual and intersex (LGBTI) communities by tackling homophobia in Australian Rules Football.

    Local GV Pride Secretary, Damien Stevens, says, ‚ÄúThe sports oval has historically been a scary place for LGBTI people, with homophobic language on the field often leaving us feeling unwelcome or having to remain in the closet. Pride Cup sends a clear message that LGBTI people and their skills/talents are valued in sport.‚ÄĚ

    What started out in 2014 as a celebration match between traditional rivals Yarra Glen and Yarra Junction has turned into a strong symbol for inclusion in Australia’s favourite sport right across Victoria. Now there are a range of Pride Cup games that are held throughout the state, including Shepparton.

    Will Phillips, President Shepparton Football Netball Club says, ‚ÄúSometimes actions speak louder than words. I see it as a great opportunity for our club to be involved in the GVL Pride Cup match in 2018. SFNC has a long and proud heritage and if our leadership can, in any way, raise awareness of the regions diversity and promote the LGBTI+ communities inclusion in our sport, then we will be supportive at all levels. The event itself will be a festival of football, netball and fun and we look forward to seeing as many people as possible at Deakin Reserve Shepparton on the 23rd June to celebrate diversity and inclusion in sport.‚ÄĚ

    Pride Cup was also the inspiration for the AFL Pride match.

    Shepparton’s Pride Cup is proudly supported by Shepparton Football Netball Club, Goulburn Valley Pride Inc., ANZ Shepparton and Greater Shepparton’s LGBTI+ Community Alliance.

    For more info/tickets visit www.trybooking.com/VLFO or contact Will Phillips, President SFNC, on 0438 219 612 or Damien Stevens, GV Pride Secretary, on 0418 511 562 and visit www.pridecup.org.au

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    Please share this event info with your family members & friends ūüôā Meet for dinner @ Serendipity Cafe and Bar, 3 Bridge St, Benalla (right in the middle of town) @ 6.30pm then stay for drinks and a chat if you wish! Feel free to choose something from the fabulously yummy menu. Up to 15 members & friends usually attend GV Pride dinners & we always have an absolute ball! ūüôā Don’t miss out! See you there!

    When? Thu 5 April

    Time? 6.30pm – 8.30pm

    Venue: Serendipity Cafe and Bar, 3 Bridge St, Benalla

    RSVP: Damien 0418511562

     

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    PRIDEMARCH
    Jump on the 22-seater bus departing Marungi Street, Shepparton Library on Sun 28 Jan @ 9.00am sharp (returns approx. 9pm).
    $25pp for members, $40pp for non-members – BOOK NOW!
    Contact Georgie on president@gvpride.org or 0401168229 to lock in your seat РMUST confirm your seat NOW! Cash payment MUST be received BEFORE boarding the bus.
    Assemble for March @ 12pm (cnr. Lakeside Dve/Fitzroy St)
    March 2pm
    More info @ https://midsumma.org.au/event/pride-march
    Come and join over 100 groups and individuals as we march down Fitzroy St in St Kilda. All the colour and excitement you have come to expect from Pride March Victoria with the added flavour this special celebration. See the original marchers lead us out again and celebrate our first timers.
    When: Sun 28 Jan
    Assembly: noon at cnr Lakeside Dr & Fitzroy St
    March: 2pm
    After march festivities ’til 7pm in Catani Gardens at completion of the march

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    See STIGMA on Friday 8 Dec in Shepparton!

    GV Pride member special Рquote promo code STIGMA for $25 tickets!

    A confronting and dynamic live theatre and movement performance, examining the prejudices, discrimination and stigma experienced by people living with HIV.

    STIGMA is a bold, confronting and dynamic live theatre and movement performance examining how stigma, prejudice and discrimination push those living with HIV to the margins of society. Shared from lived experiences, this series of provocations on the stigma of HIV/AIDS seamlessly blends dance and acting in an expressive portrayal of an often voiceless community.

    This work contains full frontal nudity and sex scenes.

    Stigma relates to a strong feeling of disapproval that people in a society have in response to something. People living with HIV experience this daily, in particular with regards to intimate and sexual connections.

    STIGMA confronts self-hatred imposed by mass culture and the ignorance of the ill-informed and commercial media. It unpacks this difficult terrain with a revealing visual and artistic narrative composition.

    Produced by Devize Co in partnership with CERSH, OSKA, Victorian AIDS Council, Living Positive Victoria, Positive Women Victoria and The Space Dance Centre

    “Whilst somewhat disturbing in the truth, well devised, exceptional acting and dance, and a lesson to all”
    ‚Äď Review by Graeme McCoubrie – Melbourne Starobserver

    “Dance theatre, like most hybrid forms, is a doubly difficult beast to master, and Darren Vizer impresses with the clarity and intricacy of its art” ‚Äď Plunge Melbourne Fringe 2015 (Cameron Woodhead, The Age ‚ÄėFour Stars‚Äô).

    Tickets on sale now via¬†Riverlinks. Reminder –¬†quote promo code STIGMA for $25 tickets!

    Join us on Thu 7 Dec @ 4.30PM for a FREE movement & theatre workshop too!

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