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2021 Calendar of NCWQ Events

Attending NCWQ Council Meetings

Members and non-members are welcome to attend the NCWQ Council Meetings with Guest Speaker events. This is a new series for 2021 where we welcome a guest speaker to come along and talk to us about a variety of topics.

Event Posts - Upcoming, Recaps, Special Events

ESA Fashion parade event 31 October 2021
ESA Redcliffe
NCWQ Events

Summer Splendour Fashion Parade & High Tea Invitation (ESA)

EVENT 31 OCT: NCWQ affiliate partner, ESA (Redcliffe Branch), cordially invites you and your friends to attend their “Summer Splendour Fashion Parade & High Tea”, Sunday 31 October 2021 at the North Lakes Sports Club. Fashions are by Michelle K Boutique and the day includes Sales, Lucky Door Prize, Raffles & more.

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2021 White Ribbon Day Breakfast
domestic violence
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2021 White Ribbon Day Breakfast – tickets on sale now

EVENT 26 NOV: On Friday 26 November 2021, the Queensland Government will proudly host the 2021 White Ribbon Day Breakfast, to help end domestic and family violence. The breakfast will be held from 7am to 9am at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, South Brisbane.

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National Council of Women of Queensland Inc at our 2021 Christmas Party! - Event cancelled sorry
christmas
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NCWQ Christmas Party – 21 Nov – CANCELLED

EVENT CANCELLED: Please be advised that this year’s NCWQ Christmas Party has unfortunately been cancelled due to COVID and the rescheduling of various events. We invite you however, to please join us at the President’s Lunch 10 November as we recap the year that was.

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Summary of Planning For Tomorrow – NCWQ Seminar with Clinton Mohr Lawyers
empowerment series
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Empowerment Series 2021, “Planning For Tomorrow” Event Summary

On 23 September 2021, NCWQ hosted our Empowerment session on planning for tomorrow, presented by Jade Duncan from Clinton Mohr Lawyers. Thank you to all who attended. With all the stories we heard about how it can go wrong, one message was loud and clear: planning is key! Proper preparation can help minimise fights and problems coming up down the track, or help ensure your loved ones are well looked after.

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Annual Bursaries Fundraising Morning Tea and Fashion Parade event reminder notice
bursary
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Annual Bursaries Fundraising Morning Tea and Fashion Parade – 21 October

EVENT 21 OCT: REMINDER – Please come and join us Thursday 21 October, for the Annual Bursaries Fundraising Morning Tea and Fashion Parade hosted by the National Council of Women of Queensland Inc. This function supports NCWQ sponsored bursaries awarded to Queensland women. We welcome you to join us at this event to acknowledge the contribution the nursing profession has made over the years in improving our health and wellbeing.

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Labels On The Lawn 2021 event details
Hansworth House
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Labels on the Lawn 2021 – Donation Request & Event – 10 October

EVENT 10 OCT: NCWQ supporters, Hanworth House and Qld Women’s Legal Service, invite you to attend their highly coveted event, Labels On The Lawn returning for 2021. The event promises to be better than ever! Celebrate Brisbane Fashion Month by grabbing your fashionista friends and spend an afternoon of fun and fashion on the lawns of Hanworth Hour overlooking the city and nabbing a bargain (or 10!).

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2021 Bursary Presentation event reminder
bursary
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2021 Bursary Presentation Event – 6 October

EVENT 6 OCT: REMINDER Join us Wednesday 6 October, for the (rescheduled) NCWQ 2021 Bursary Presentations in the presence of His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC CVO, Governor of Queensland. We warmly invite you to join us at The Old museum, Bowen Hills for our 13th Bursary presentation as Sponsors, Recipients, Friends and Supporters come together to celebrate leadership, community service, perseverance, and determination.

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Empowerment Series - Planning for Tomorrow "Empowering Women Through Financial Independence”
empowerment series
NCWQ Events

Planning For Tomorrow – NCWQ Seminar with Clinton Mohr Lawyers – 23 September

EVENT 23 SEPT: Join NCWQ on Thursday 23 September for our next “Empowering Women Through Financial Independence” Empowerment Series 2021. This seminar’s topic Planning For Tomorrow is presented by
Jade Duncan, an estate planning lawyer with Clinton Mohr Lawyers. Learn how an estate plan protects you during life and goes on to be the most thoughtful gift for those you hold dear. View details and book today.

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NCWQ August Event - From Surviving to Thriving
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August Council Meeting – From Surviving to Thriving with Saalihah Seedat (online event)

Join us Thursday 19 August for this free online session. This global pandemic brings with it opportunities to embrace challenges and uncertainty. “Unprecedented” has become the buzz word overnight! Join us for this session about why struggles and setbacks are the keys to living a profoundly satisfying life that fosters true happiness. Learn about how striving towards a goal is vital to achieving fulfilment, and that struggling and failing is the only way to get there. Special Guest Speaker, Saalihah Seedat.

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empowerment series
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Financial Wellness – Empowering Women Through Financial Independence – NCWQ Seminar with Shadforth Financial Group

EVENT 22 JULY: Join NCWQ on Thursday 22 July for our next “Empowering Women Through Financial Independence” Empowerment Series 2021. This seminar’s topic Financial Wellness presented by Rhiannan Smit Rhiannan Smit, a Private Client Adviser of the Shadforth Financial Group Brisbane. Find out how to use money to find purpose and contentment. View details and book today.

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Connecting women since 1905

The National Council of Women of Qld. Inc., which has been working for women in Queensland since 1905, is part of NCWA Inc. which was recognised by the Australian Government as one of three peak Women’s organisations in 2000.

How can I get involved?

1. Become a member.
2. Nominate to be part of the Management Committee or Advisers panel.
3. Attend NCWQ events and those of our affiliate organisations.
4. Refer issues affecting women to NCWQ.
5. Connect with us on Facebook.

Get Involved. Contact the NCWQ President.