School Seminar dates for 2014

Friday 17 January 2014

The School Seminar series will be held at 4:00pm on the third Thursday of the month, March-November.

  • The dates are:
  • 4:00pm Thursday 20 March
  • 4:00pm Thursday 17 April
  • 4:00pm Thursday 15 May
  • 4:00pm Thursday 19 June
  • 4:00pm Thursday 17 July
  • 4:00pm Thursday 21 August
  • 4:00pm Thursday 18 September
  • 4:00pm Thursday 16 October
  • 4:00pm Thursday 20 November

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