[First filed: Aug 5, 2010 @ 12:43]
So Rioters, what are you seeing and doing around town this weekend?
Just leave us some suggestions in the comments.
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Dio: A Tribute
Friday 6th August – The Basement, Belconnen
In order to honour the life and work of Ronnie James Dio, Canberra band Live Evil are performing a show in honour of the little big man.
Love is all, love is all.
Malkara model train show Sat and Sunday.
Wisdom St Garran.
Saturday, 7 August 2010
Casino Rumblers, VeeBees, Rotten Opera & Short Fuse
PJ O’Reilly’s in Tuggeranong
Women’s and Girl’s Jogalong
Date: Sunday 8 August 2010
Location: Weston Park
What is it? The Jogalong is a 6km walk jog or run on the bike path from Weston Park to, and along part of Dunrossil Drive and return. It is a handicapped event, with walkers starting off first and faster runners leaving progressively from higher groups.
The 3km Mixed event
This is for all female ages and boys to 14 years. The course initially follows the Jogalong course, but turns at the 1.5km just before the footbridge, and returns to the Jogalong start line. This event commences with Group 18 of The Jogalong.
The Minijog for girls and boys to 14 years, is a handicapped event over 1.6km.
The Craft Show, all weekend at Exhibition Park
The Identical Strangers are playing the Holy Grail at Kingston tonight from 10.00pm
Drop in to celebrate the end of another week & let the Strangers scratch your RnR itch.
For those interested in self defence or looking to gain some practical self defence skills, Krav Maga Canberra run regular introduction sessions that you can attend to learn the basics and determine if Krav Maga is right for you.
The next introduction session will be held on Saturday the 7th of August.
More details about this session, and upcoming events can be found on the events page of the Krav Maga Canberra website:
You can also subscribe to our mailing list to receive regular training updates.
All sessions are run by IKMF (International Krav Maga Federation) certified instructors and involve practical self defence for every day use. Classes are open to men and women over 18 years of age and no previous self defence or martial arts experience is required!
Full details about Krav Maga Canberra including Frequently Asked Questions can be found at the Krav Maga Canberra website.
Is it time to retire the tally room?