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Albies Bar and Bistro to hold their first ladies night

Rachel GreenBusselton Dunsborough Times
Albies team Larissa Boyanich, Jessica Dunn, Chloe Quayle-Hewson and Emma Humphreys.
Camera IconAlbies team Larissa Boyanich, Jessica Dunn, Chloe Quayle-Hewson and Emma Humphreys. Credit: Supplied

Albies Bar and Bistro are holding their first of many ladies night fundraisers in Busselton.

All proceeds of the night are going to Waratah domestic violence support and counselling services, which is an organisation that provides free counselling and support services.

The night will include giveaways, a dance floor with a DJ, free tastings, a burlesque dancer and even a complementary glass of sparkling on arrival.

Events organiser Larissa Boyanich said it would be a fun night for all women to socialise and have a well-deserved night off.

“It’s a chance for women to primarily have some fun, but meet other women and also support a good cause for an issue that is a lot more common than we think,” Ms Boyanich said.

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“Domestic violence and sexual abuse is such a prevalent thing at the moment, so It’s really about women supporting other women.”

The ladies night is on May 26 from 7pm and tickets are available on the Albies Facebook page.

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