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Pop-Up For Charity at the Reading Room Cafe

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May 26, 2012
9:00 amto5:00 pm

The Reading Room Cafe at Victoria University have started their eight weekends of its Pop-Up For Charity initiative to raise money for eight nominated charities helping the local community. Anyone who comes during the remaining weekends and nominates their favourite local charity via the cafe’s Twitter, Facebook and website will be offered a complimentary meal from a menu offering all sorts of exquisite meals. Just make sure you book before going; there’s lots of other generous people out there too!

WHEN: Every weekend between Friday April 7 until Sunday May 27, 8am-5pm
WHERE: Building M, Level 1, Victoria University, Footscray Park campus, Ballarat Road, Footscray
WEB: facebook.com/readingroomcafe


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