Pirate Picnic – Yarr!

We’re all very excited about the upcoming Pirate Picnic.

The idea of the Pirate Picnic is to give family members an opportunity to wear a patch for the day. This allows them to get a sense of what it’s like to function with monocular vision.

With Paul in Dubai, the busyness of the school holidays and the rush to send out the invitations, we accidentally printed and sent out the wrong version!

There are just a few mistakes which were sent in this version:

  • The cost – the picnic does not cost $5/person or $15/family, it is free. Please do still bring a salad or afters to share.
  • X does not mark the spot – we were unfortunately unable to book the area we are usually in, instead we will be closer to the lake, near the zigzag walkway. It’s in the centre of the map on the invitation.
  • Our address – we somehow got our own address wrong! We are at 12/1329 Hay street, not 1392.

It is still an RSVP event, you can call Jo on 9562 1715 or send her an email.

We hope to see you there – YARR!


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