Poker faces will grow a 'mo' in Lennox

GET your poker face ready but make sure it's got a moustache on it, for the Movember Poker Night in Lennox Head this weekend.

The evening will offer an experienced professional poker tournament host.

You don't even need to know how to play poker to participate and help raise funds. There will be tutorials on how to play for new players, so don't be deterred if you have never played poker before.

If you lose all your chips after a couple of games, don't despair, you can get a buy-in for an extra $20.

The evening will include a number of prizes, such as trophies and double passes to the cinema and bar vouchers, among others.

Proceeds from the evening will go to the Movember Foundation - an Australian organisation tackling men's health.

The foundation deals with issues such prostate cancer rates, testicular cancer rates, men's suicide, poor mental health and others.

  • At Club Lennox, 10 Stewart St, Lennox Head, this Saturday from 7pm. $20 to enter. All welcome.

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