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DIY guide: It’s Thursday, which means tomorrow is…

By Thumper - 5 July 2007 10

Friday, which comes just before…

The Weekend!

So, what’s happening all you little rioters out there?

Give us the low down and spill the beans on the events that are attending this weekend.

What’s Your opinion?


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10 Responses to
DIY guide: It’s Thursday, which means tomorrow is…
Thumper 10:50 am 06 Jul 07

A cello!

Man, that is sooooo cool…

I love cello… especially when chicks play them…

We’ve now got a 12 string electric which is interesting…

el 10:01 am 06 Jul 07

Yep – was actually thinking of teeing something up a month or two back – also have a side project (semi) going. TCHP now have Cello in place of the violin, too…

Thumper 9:48 am 06 Jul 07

Hey El, just wondering.

do you guys want to organise a gig sometime?

Email me mate.

Thumper 8:15 am 06 Jul 07

REVOLVER at the Grail in Kingston tonight at 10.00.

kaydo 7:07 pm 05 Jul 07

Green Faces starts tonight at the Irish Club, then there’s Winter Wonderland down by the lake just near Questacon. Ice Skating, Snowball throwing and general winter merriment. It’s cold, you might as well embrace it.

Kramer 1:23 pm 05 Jul 07

Mountain Bike Racing!

Cross country racing at Kowen Forest, just off Sutton Road on Sunday morning.

I’d be there but instead I’ll be in the Blue Mountains for the Woodford to Glenbrook Classic which is a 30km point to point XC race.

OzChick 12:04 pm 05 Jul 07

The Kanga Cup tournament starts next week.

Thumper 10:00 am 05 Jul 07

Yep, I believe so.

OzChick 9:58 am 05 Jul 07

Isn’t it the start of the school holidays?

Thumper 8:57 am 05 Jul 07

That should say…

that YOU are attending….

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