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DIY wotz on guide for the weekend of 11 January 2013

By johnboy - 10 January 2013 9

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A fresh year lies before us dear reader.

But what is worth seeing and doing around town this weekend in Canberra?

Just leave your suggestions in the comments!

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9 Responses to
DIY wotz on guide for the weekend of 11 January 2013
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johnboy 11:32 am
10 Jan 13
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johnboy 11:35 am
10 Jan 13
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@ The Phoenix:

Thursday:

Chainsaw Hookers, Johnny Roadkill and Renegade Peacock

Saturday:

The Mouldy Lovers (Bris), Underscore Orkestra (USA), The Brass Knuckle Brass Band

Sunday:

Will Wagner, Lincoln Lefevre, Isaac Graham, Bed David, Pete Akhurst

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johnboy 11:41 am
10 Jan 13
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The Feldons 11:47 am
10 Jan 13
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The Feldons at Ausfest.

Sunday 2.30ish @ the Old Canberra Inn.

On stage straight after Marji Curran.

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Oy_Vegas 4:52 pm
10 Jan 13
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Sydney indie-folk kids Tin Sparrow at the Front on Friday night.

http://www.moshtix.com.au/v2/event/tin-sparrow/62168

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Paul0075 5:24 pm
11 Jan 13
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The National Library has their usual tours, but also have until 17 Feb Things : Photographing the Constructed World

Sunday, 11.30am. Meet outside the Gallery.
Bookings: no, however a minimum of two weeks notice is required for group bookings.
Cost: free
Duration: 30-40 minutes

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Kim F 5:59 pm
11 Jan 13
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Saturday evening’s Botanic Gardens event has been cancelled due to Fire ban

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poetix 8:55 pm
11 Jan 13
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Kim F said :

Saturday evening’s Botanic Gardens event has been cancelled due to Fire ban

Wasn’t that on Sunday? See #3 above. Or is there another event?

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lexyliz 5:53 pm
12 Jan 13
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Two cool bands from the NT playing at the Front Bar tonight. Mark Hilton and The Two Few play country blues and beautiful sad ballads. David Garnham & The Reasons To Live have won awards for their songs fuelled by isolation and self-loathing. Twisted love, the human condition and gin feature prominently. I’ve seen them play in Darwin before and it’s sure to be a pretty chilled way to end a hot day. Small venue so get there early for 8.30 start. Tickets at the door.

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