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DIY Wotz On Guide 4-AUG-06

By Kerces - 3 August 2006 14

What’s your pick of the events around town this weekend?

All suggestions in the comments below as per usual.

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14 Responses to
DIY Wotz On Guide 4-AUG-06
Thumper 3:31 pm 07 Aug 06

Thanks JB,

Cheers

johnboy 3:09 pm 07 Aug 06

this weekend at transit (ex-chruch, ex-aree bar) I think

Thumper 2:55 pm 07 Aug 06

Hey,

anyone know when Tom Woodward is playing next, and where?

bonfire 4:58 pm 03 Aug 06

Temora Air Display on sunday.

Im told the new spitfire will be on display and a few F18 jets will visit as well.

fro-lishus 4:56 pm 03 Aug 06

There’s a local rally on this weekend, too:
Giro d’Inverno, supported by Caltex Airport Starmart.

It starts out at the Caltex Airport Starmart tomorrow afternoon (6ish), and utilises the forests around the ACT on Friday night and Saturday.

More info available at bmsc.com.au.

barking toad 1:08 pm 03 Aug 06

Hope they’ve that book for sale thumping one

“Ethel The Aardvark Goes Quantity Surveying”

andy 1:01 pm 03 Aug 06

Aardvark Society ? Seriously ?

On another note, there is a Flamenco performance at the Spanish-Australian club, ‘Bundah.

Show and dinner is $55.00 and show only is 35.00
Doors at 7pm.
further info, or to book tickets, call Jacqui on 0412 612033

Thumper 12:32 pm 03 Aug 06

The International Aardvark Appreciation Society (IAAS) are having their bi annual appreciation of an aardvark day at Old Parliamant House.

This is the first time such a prestigious events has been held in Canberra, and indeed Australia and could be likened to Sydney holding the Olympics.

This is a once in a lifetime chance to see the best show aardvarks in the world.

Don’t miss it.

simto 12:27 pm 03 Aug 06

On stage this weekend:
– Wolf Lullaby continues at the Street Theatre Studio – a dark Australian play about a murdered child, and the possiblity that another child may have done it – performances Wendnesday-Saturday this week and next at 7:30 pm, plus matinees on Sunday 6th August @ 5pm and Saturday 12th August @ 2pm. Tickets are $25 for Adults, $20 for concessions and $15 Wednesdays and matinees.

– Don’s Party kicked off last night at Theatre 3, – David Williamson’s classic comedy about the 1969 election, as drunken friends gather to celebrate a possible Labour victory (and hey, I’m in it!) – continues tonight, tomorrow night and Saturday, before going on for three more weeks. Tonight’s a $20 preview, otherwise it’s $32 adults, $22 concession, and $20 for all matinees – performances until August 26.

– Wuthering Heights also kicked off last night at the Courtyard Studio at the Canberra theatre -Heathcliff, oh it’s me, I’m cathy, I’ve come home, etc. – performances tonight, tomorrow and Saturday night, then through to the 19th. Tickets are $25 for Adults, $20 concession.

S4anta 12:07 pm 03 Aug 06

word AD. The Kingswood factory rocks.

morgan 11:35 am 03 Aug 06

Canberra Shorts on at the Holy Grail Civic tonight from 8pm. Short films & movie trivia… more info at http://www.canberrashorts.com

Absent Diane 11:02 am 03 Aug 06

friday night has
Eskimo Joe at the UC (I cant get that song out of my head so may have to go)
Lithium at Toast
Saturday night has
Australian Kingswood Factory at the pot
Sunday has
Paris Calling at Greenroom (middayish with Snausage Suzzle)

evee 10:53 am 03 Aug 06

Come along to Canberrang, it will be a fantastic weekend with lots of great dancing, music and vintage gear. I shall be one tired little bunny by Sunday!

Kerces 10:49 am 03 Aug 06

Jumptown’s annual swing dnacing festival, Canberrang, is on this weekend. There’s plenty of free events where you can come watch the dancers (and join in) as well as various evening balls and stuff.

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