Rejoice – the weekend is nearly upon us once again (the short week has helped to speed this along). Here are a couple of our picks for the weekend. Add your thoughts below.
Sunday 15th June
Kids in the Shed
Old Bus Depot Markets
“Find your inner child or just enjoy this family day out for children, parents and grandparents.
Why visit? For the markets’ lively atmosphere and the buzzing energy levels of all the kids alone! With lots of entertainment, face painting, yummy things to eat, and stacks of products especially for kids, the place teems with little ones having loads of fun.
Stallholders and items you’ll find: Bright, funky, modern and wearable handmade clothes for little boys and girls, the latest and grooviest accessories, handcrafted toys, artworks for kids’ rooms and much more.”
Friday 13th June
Laughing Samoans – Fresh off da plane
The Street Theatre
Fresh Off Da Blane is the latest from the Laughing Samoans comedy duo Eteuati Ete and Tofiga Fepuleai. If you enjoyed the Flight of the Concords, this New Zealand duo are sure to push your buttons.
Favourite characters such as Aunty Tala and Uncle Sam will appear once again in this show for the whole family!
Friday 13th June
Flap @ The Bowlo with Moochers Inc.
Turner Bowls Club 8pm onwards
“The CMC is titillated to present, from Melbourne, a fiery concoction of brass, guts, words and skins, the charming and irresistible FLAP!
Also appearing Moochers Inc. local aficionados of the kind of music your grandparents used to (and probably still) make love to.”
Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th June
Beauty and strength: Michael Riley
The National Portrait Gallery
“Influential Indigenous Australian artist Michael Riley (1960 – 2004) created these portrait photographs between 1984 and 1990 – they stand as an intricately connected group portrait of the vibrant urban-based Indigenous arts community in Sydney’s inner-west at a formative moment. Image: Hetti, 1990 (printed 2013) from the series Portraits by a Window by Michael Riley”
Saturday 14th June
Brave versus Bears
Phillip Ice Skating Rink
Get along to Phillip Ice Skating Rink to support our local Ice Hockey team in what is likely to be a furious game of hockey!
And of course – for those soccer fans among you, there’s the first Australia game of the FIFA WorldCup Saturday 14th. Southern Cross Club are hosting a breakfast so you can watch the game with a bacon and egg roll – http://www.cscc.com.au/fifa-world-cup-breakfast/FIFA World Cup