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Mt Gambier Picnic in the Park 2021

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Patrick Smith, Katherine Davies and Di Ind

On the sunny day that was Sunday 28 November, the Limestone Coast’s LGBTIQA+ community and allies came together for a Picnic in the Park to coincide with events in Adelaide and Pt Pirie. as part of Feast Festival 2021. Held every year in Adelaide, Picnic in the Park is run to end the month-long celebration of LGBTIQA+ culture and arts. This year the local community got together to hold an event of our own for those who couldn’t get to Adelaide, but wanted to join in on the festivities.

Di Ind, Ben Hood and Patrick Smith


Feast Festival, Woolstore Brewery, Kev’s Food Truck, City of Mt Gambier, Minus18 and AEU SA along with the lead organisation for the LGBTIQA+ community on the Limestone Coast – Limestone Coast Connect, all worked together to get this first iteration of the event happening. It was pleasing to see that we had over 60 people register their interest with approximately 30 attending on the day. Local dignitaries including Di Ind, Ben Hood, Dolly Amoroso and Katherine Davies came to show their support for the community.
We are looking forward to the 2022 iteration and look forward to a bigger event with greater involvement of the wider Limestone Coast community!

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