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James Bond ‘No Time to Die’ followed by a light luncheon

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Finally, we can offer a group viewing of James Bond  ‘No Time to Die’, followed by a light luncheon at Laurent Como.

 WHERE    PALACE COMO SOUTH YARRA 
 WHEN   TUESDAY 14 DECEMBER 2021*
 TIME   10.00 AM
 INCLUDES   CINEMA TICKETS, COFFEE AND TEA AND FOCACCIA AT LAURENT COMO  (with reserved seating).
 COST   $35.00
RSVP   To branch secretary no later than Thursday 4 December.

          

 

*Subject to minimum numbers, confirmation by Palace COMO and COVID-19 vaccination requirements APPLY.

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