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The League of Gentlefellows (LoG)

Social Occasions

About once a month, LoG members meet at a member’s home (or one of the local restaurants, parks or BBQ areas) to share a meal and enjoy each other’s company. In many small and unique regional community settings, they enjoy discovering the food, wine, history, craft and beauty of the local areas.

In all areas there are significant GLBTI owned and/or operated/friendly business ventures that provide meeting venues, support and services. Please visit Our Sponsors and support them.

Members are invited to LoG events by either discrete email or mail.

For details of social events, jump to the Events page.

 

State Coordinator

Rod Shadbolt

Rod Shadbolt

Phone: 0418 135 090

Email: rod@rainbowtas.org

Regional contacts


  • Kingborough/Huon
  • Greater Hobart
  • Greater Launceston
  • Cradle Coast

 

 Diedre Murray The contact for LoG in the Kingborough/Huon Valley region is Deidre Murray (pictured at left).

Contact us

Email: deidre@rainbowtas.org
Phome: 0412 931 974

 

To be advised The contact for LoG in Greater Hobart is Tony Furmage.

Contact us

Email: tony@rainbowtas.org
Phone: TBA

 

Donald Macdonald The contact for LoG in the Greater Launceston area is Don Macdonald (pictured at left).  

Contact us

Email: donmac@rainbowtas.org
Phone: 0438 311 426
Mail: PO Box 1619
LAUNCESTON 7250

 

Watch This Space The contact for LoG on the Cradle Coast is Leanne Bonney.
 


Contact us

Email: leanne@rainbowtas.org
Phone: 03 6431 6285
Mail: PO Box 338
BURNIE

 

Membership

If you wish to discuss becoming a member, please contact Rod:

Email: rod@rainbowtas.org
Phone: 0418 135 090

 

LoG members pay no fees, charges or subscriptions and there are no rules other than treating one’s fellow members with respect.

LoG has no political, welfare or other affiliation or agenda, and no ex pectation other than enjoyment of the social occasion.

Members from all regions who are registered on the LoG state contact list (security and absolute discretion guaranteed) are invited to all the events run in the various regions.

LoG also has a strong associate membership base of family, friends, and GLBTI people who share in a variety of open functions e.g. film nights, dinners, art exhibitions etc.

Importantly, LoG supports and partners other GLBTI organisations in general community events.

 

Frequently Asked Questions about LoG

Please jump to the LoG Frequently Asked Questions page.