#Goturback High Tea Launch Event

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It’s the weekend and you need something fun to do right? How about something that is fun and good for the community? What about some entertainment and delicious food? Are we ticking all your boxes?

On Saturday 17 June, Dance Central is launching a new anti-bullying initiative, #goturback, with 100% of proceeds going towards DKC, our youth ambassadors who will represent Australia at the World Hip Hop Championships. The campaign will be launched at a spectacular high tea event.

#goturback is an initiative designed to help prevent the act of bullying and mitigate existing acts of bullying within our community and beyond. The initiative promotes a philosophy of empowering young individuals to be more self-aware and take a mindful approach toward others, encouraging the concept of treating people how they would like to be treated.

 

So what can you expect from the fabulous launch:

 

Inspirational Speakers

Helen Roe – Helen is a marketer, business coach and advocate for teen girls. Her book GirlTribes supports teen girls to not just survive, but also thrive, in their media world.

Angie Ford – Angie is a mindset coach, and preferred sparring partner of worldclass athletes, business leaders and creative arts performers. She will share insights into the powerful concept of ‘got your back’.

 

Yummy Treats

Delicious food by Pallet Café, a beautiful cake by Lulu and Sis and amazing wine by Lerida Wine.

 

Silent Auction

Lots of goodies are up for grabs in the silent auction including an exclusive artwork and indulgent packages from Clear Complexions, Cryo Sauna, Cryo Spa, Ainslie Hair Inn and Elite Physique.

 

Bonus!

There will be beautiful flower arrangements by Ivy Flowers, live music by Sophie Edwards, and photography by Mik Foto. Plus there will be goodie bags!

 

Event Details

Sat 17 June 2017

2-5pm @ Secret Location

$85/ticket

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Emma Batchelor

Emma Batchelor

As well as a near obsessive interest in fashion, Emma is a former scientist, occasional contemporary dancer, avid reader and self-confessed cat lady (she has three). Emma lived in Leiden in the Netherlands as a baby and Leiden ought to have been her middle name had her mother thought of it at the time and not chosen Louise instead.

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