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Tuesday 9 February 2016

First Timers’ Morning Tea

Date: Tuesday 9 February 1015 - 1050
Location: Bolinda Green Carpet Exhibition Stage at the rear of the Exhibition area
Dress code: Smart casual
Cost: Included with full registration for first time delegates

The VALA Committee extends a special welcome to our first time delegates and invites you to join us on the Bolinda Green Carpet Stage for the VALA2016 First Timers’ Morning Tea.

Entry is by wearing a green lanyard for the VALA2016 First Timers’ Morning Tea, which offers a friendly, informal opportunity to meet the VALA Committee and each other.

 

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Date: Tuesday 9 February 1730 - 1830
Location: Bolinda Green Carpet Exhibition Stage
Dress code: Smart casual
Cost: Free of charge to all delegates. Please wear your name badge for entry.
Additional tickets: $70.00 per person including GST

Join colleagues, friends and special guests at the VALA2016 Welcome Reception, on and around the Bolinda Green Carpet Stage in the Exhibition Area.

The Chinese Lion Dance has been performed for over 1500 years and has spread throughout the world. Chinese New Year is an auspicious event in China and the Lions join the festivities to bless the coming of Spring. The Lions are accompanied with a loud percussion team - drums, cymbals and gong to create a energetic performance that symbolises ushering in a fresh start for a new year. Through the performance, the lion blesses the audience with good health, success and prosperity throughout the coming year.


Thursday 11 February 2016 

Farewell RefreshmentsPolly Woodside

Date: Thursday 11 February 1730 - 1830
Location: Melbourne Convention Centre - Main Foyer area overlooking Polly Woodside
Dress code: Smart casual
Cost: Free of charge for all delegates. Please wear your name badge for entry

Gather for a final taste of Melbourne as VALA2016 draws to a close.

 

 

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