The Karinya House Annual Mother’s Day Gala Dinner is always a great night of fun and celebration! Join us on 3 May 2019! Held in the Corinna Ballroom at The Canberra Southern Cross Club, Woden, the evening starts with on arrival drinks at 6.30pm through to 7.00pm.
Alternate service entrée and main course, followed by delightful petit fours for dessert. Your table will have a complimentary bottle of Sparkling, White and Red Wine as well. Be entertained by Canberra’s Premier Band “Hitparade“, and the fabulous “DJ Carbolic”!
Read more about this event here. This event is now “Sold Out”. The booking system remains open only for guests booking on already claimed tables.
If you have not booked but would be keen to come please call Jo on 0429 945 804 – one of our “held tables” may be available. (This update as at 26/3/2019)
Thank you for your support.
When booking below, please make sure you include your Table Name when booking your ticket. If you are booking a whole new table, not previously notified to Karinya House, be aware you will be advised by email that your booking is unable to be completed unless someone cancels an existing table booking. A full refund will be processed.
We thank everyone for their support of this event. It is always one of the most encouraging events on our Calendar. We look forward to a great night with you all.
If you have any event enquiries, do not hesitate to email Jo Saccasan or call Jo on 0429 945 804. Thank you!
We are honoured to welcome, and thank, Virginia Haussegger as the guest speaker at the 2019 Business of Women Breakfast.
Virginia Haussegger AM is Director of the 50/50 by 2030 Foundation at the University of Canberra’s Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis (IGPA), and Chief Editor of the gender equality blog BroadAgenda. She is also 2019 ACT Australian of the Year. Virginia is a passionate gender equality advocate and communication specialist. She is also an award-winning television journalist, writer and commentator, whose extensive media career spans more than 25 years. In 2014 Virginia was made a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for service to the community, as an advocate for women’s rights and gender equity, and to the media. Her outspoken views on women and their place in contemporary society have been widely debated in the Australian media. Her seminal article on feminism and childlessness was ranked by The Age newspaper as among the most significant opinion pieces published in its 150 year history.
At Karinya, the “Business of Women” is an inclusive and diverse term. We recognise the breadth, depth and complexity of work that women do, whatever their purpose may be. We hope that every person who supports her with her purpose, feels welcome at this event. We encourage you to share this event with friends, colleagues and partners to come along and embrace the Business of Women with Karinya.
More event information can be found here.
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