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We meet on the first Sunday of every month, Feb – Nov.
Venue: Brisbane Square Library
266 George St,
Brisbane Qld Australia
The meeting room we use is 1.9.
11:00am – 2:00pm
If you’re thinking of coming along to a meeting, consider joining the Groups.io forums to check on meeting times and ask questions.
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