A NIGHT TO WOW: Guest speaker Lauren Bourke.
A NIGHT TO WOW: Guest speaker Lauren Bourke.

Woman of Warwick make WOW with plenty of fun to be had

LOOKING to meet new friends and hang out with like-minded young women?

Then look no further than the Women of Warwick.

The group is launching a new event specifically for younger women in the 16 - 30 years age bracket this Friday night.

The event is called WOW Connect with the idea to inspire and connect girls and women in their teens and twenties at fun events that open up new social and personal development opportunities.

The WOW Connect Premiere will be held at the Belle Vue Cafe and guests can glam up or dress down to hear from two very inspiring young women - Kirstin Payne and Lauren Bourke.

Both Kirstin and Lauren have travelled, studied and experienced some interesting times although they are still in their twenties.

They will take a fun look at what life has brought their way so far.

WOW Connect committee member Emily Hamlet said the dinner was aimed at those who want to meet new people in a safe and friendly environment.

"We've contacted a lot of younger women and many of them have told us they're looking for more in their social life than a drink-focussed party lifestyle," she said.

"They want to enjoy a night out without huge pressure to conform.

"Along with plenty of time for mingling, our speakers will hopefully inspire us all to dream big dreams, set goals and look forward to the future."

WOW Connect will kick off with a retro glam theme to suit the vintage venue, but there is no strict dress code for the night.

Everyone is welcome and tickets are priced at $20 each.

For more information visit the WOW Connect Facebook page.

WOW Connect Premiere: 7-9pm Friday, Belle Vue Cafe, women aged 16-30



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