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DIY Wotz On Guide for 26-28 March

By RiotPost - 25 March 2010 13

Another weekend, another Brumbies home game at the stadium in Bruce. On Saturday there is the Canberra Harvest Festival for those who want to go green in the garden. Plus there’s the Canberra Airport open day, for those who like that sort of thing, on Sunday, or you can go scouring Canberra’s streets looking for free stuff as part of Second Hand Sunday.

But if you’ve got anything rivalling that level of excitement happening, let us know in the comments.

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DIY Wotz On Guide for 26-28 March
Felix the Cat 6:27 am 27 Mar 10

Ute Muster at Sutton on Sunday 10-2

vg 10:50 pm 26 Mar 10

jasere said :

If you need a wind down from all the excitement from the Model Railway Club, Computer fair if that’s even on or folk music

Head down to The South Canberra’s 4th Annual Bike & Tattoo Show Sat 27th

Presented by Rebels MC. Serbian Cultural Club. 5 Heard Street, Mawson. Entry $20 (kids under 15 Free). 11am til Late. Bike Registration Between 10-11am (Bike & Car Entry thru Mount Evans Street). Tattoo Registration between 11am-4pm. Tattoo Show; To commence at end of registration, winners announced at 6pm. Hot Rod Display. Local Bands with DJ Nate & DJ Enzo

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x70/rffr/Canberra-2010.jpg

see you all there

What a great organisation to support

no.6 8:40 pm 26 Mar 10

Handmade Market – Sunday 28 March – 10-4 Kamberra Wine Company – Cnr Northbourne Ave & Flemington Rd Lyneham –

http://www.handmademarket.com.au/home.html

Woody Mann-Caruso 3:19 pm 26 Mar 10
Jazz 2:03 pm 26 Mar 10

Event Name:Rock Nation @ HushArtist(s):Perpetual End Supporting
Artist(s):Pleased To Jive You, Robert The Bruce, The Galciers Date:Fri 7:00PM,
26 Mar 2010 to Sat 1:00AM, 27 Mar 2010
Venue:Hush Lounge
Cnr Launceston & Irving Strs
Woden ACT 2606

Price:$10
Tickets available at the door.

Description: Rock Nations first show at Hush Lounge, a night not to missed for
anyone supporting live muisc in Canberra. The night will feature 4 local bands
who will entertain you for an hour each. Bands that feature are : Perpetual End,
Robert The Bruce, Pleased To Jive You and The Glaciers. Only $10 at the door,
show starts at 8PM till late!!! WELCOME TO ROCK NATION!!!
Styles: Pop, Rock, Metal, Acoustic, World, Electronica/Experimental,
Indie/Alternative and Electro

jasere 1:02 pm 26 Mar 10

If you need a wind down from all the excitement from the Model Railway Club, Computer fair if that’s even on or folk music

Head down to The South Canberra’s 4th Annual Bike & Tattoo Show Sat 27th

Presented by Rebels MC. Serbian Cultural Club. 5 Heard Street, Mawson. Entry $20 (kids under 15 Free). 11am til Late. Bike Registration Between 10-11am (Bike & Car Entry thru Mount Evans Street). Tattoo Registration between 11am-4pm. Tattoo Show; To commence at end of registration, winners announced at 6pm. Hot Rod Display. Local Bands with DJ Nate & DJ Enzo

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x70/rffr/Canberra-2010.jpg

see you all there

MissPeaches 12:41 pm 26 Mar 10

Downers 50th Birthday Celebration

Have you ever lived in Downer? Then you might be interested in the celebration taking place tomorrow, 27 March 2010.

There is a primary school reunion and a walk through at 140 for those who attended the school.

This link below contains the agenda for the days proceedings.

http://sites.google.com/a/northcanberra.org.au/downer-community-association-inc/Home/downer-s-50th-birthday

Thumper 9:13 am 26 Mar 10

From Culturazi

Friday 26th Mar

Barons of Tang, Mr Fibby, Swoon @ The Merry Muse
7.30pm, $17/$14/$12

Traverse Poetry Slam @ The Front
with Adam ‘Human Cannonball’ Hadley and Sean ‘The Saw’ Louth. 7.30pm, $3 (poets free)

Weereewa Festival @ Lake George
continues until 28/03

Saturday 27th Mar

The CMC presents The Backyard Backanalia @ ???
Simone Penkethman, Jason Recliner, The Cashews, Matt Dent, Los Capitanes, Rose Turtle Ertler. 6pm, free for CMC members

The CMC presents ELECTRIC LAKE @ The Amphitheatre, Commonwealth Park
Assassins 88, Cat Cat, Waterford, Old Ace, Ah! Pandita, The Fighting League, Voss, Beat Hotel. 12pm-9pm, free

Canberra Harvest Festival @ The Environment Centre
with The Wedded Bliss, Wim’s Gypsy Jazz and Rafe Morris. 12pm-5pm, free

Kieran Glasgow @ The Phoenix
9pm, free

Tonight Alright and Hail Lucy Nation @ The Front
7.30pm, free

Bent Hen @ The ANU Bar
8pm

Scott Burns @ The Transit Bar
8pm, free

Queen Juanita and the Zydeco Cowboys @ Sutton Country Fair and Ute Muster
Sutton Public School. 10.45am-1.15pm, free

Drum Effect presents African drumming and dance workshops @ Currie Crescent, Kingston
with Tuza from Ghana. classes from 10am, bookings essential

Sunday 28th Mar

With thanks to the ANU, the CMC presents Live music outside in the afternoon @ The Stromlo Palais
with The Ellis Collective, Hashemoto, MC Hadley and the CMC’s world famous barbecue. 3pm-5pm, donation

Mother and Father @ The Phoenix
9pm, free

Suburban Edge @ The Front
meet the artist. 10.30am-12pm, free

Kid Sam @ The Front
with Seagull and Deep Sea Arcade. 7.30pm, $10

The Wedded Bliss @ the Lanyon Music Festival
5pm-7.30pm, gold coin donation

Endless Love @ Beyond Q, Curtin
6pm-8pm, free

Monday 29th Mar

Cardboard Charlie presents The Bootleg Sessions @ The Phoenix
The Argonaut, The Blue Ruins, The Wishing Well, Kooky Fandango. 8pm, free

Melissa Main @ The Front
7.30pm, entry by donation

Jim Jones 9:01 am 26 Mar 10

Classic Metal at the Maram (Friday night, The Maram: Erindale Centre, Southside)

Live Evil presents an epic night of Classic Metal, with hits from Iron Maiden, Deep Purple, Rainbow, Dio, Judas Priest, Ozzy Osbourne, AC/DC, Black Sabbath and the rest of the Classic Metal legends.

Sure to be a HUGE night, particularly for denizens of the Southside.

Grail 10:28 pm 25 Mar 10

Canberra Model Railway Club is showing their “12th Street Yard” at Kaleen High School Hall. Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 9am-4pm.

http://actmrs.org.au/cmrc-exhibition-kaleen-high-school

Pots 10:10 pm 25 Mar 10

Hashemoto & Ellis Collective at the Stromlo Palais

This Sunday at 3pm we (a band called Hashemoto) are heading to the top of Mt Stromlo to play in the old telescope at the top of Mt Stromlo, with the fabulous Ellis Collective. It’s free and we’re just doing it because we think it will be a nice time. In fact, a guaranteed nice time or your money back. Which isn’t saying much if it’s free. And then Hadley will pass the hat around and, having been told it’s free, you’ll feel like you’ve been tricked. That’s showbiz. But anyway…

The folk at the bureau say “cloud increasing”, so just imagine the evening wrapping up with the one of those fabulous autumnal sunsets, the kids running round on the lawn and the CMC barbie smoking away. I can’t wait.

Details at http://www.hashemoto.com

See you there!

Potsy

PS, if you don’t want to bring the kids, just buy a time machine like this one on the NZ trademe: trademe ad. You can look after the kids and then come back to see the gig. How they thought they’d get it going with out a time crisis pedal is beyond me. I would have though that was basic physics, but don’t worry they’re still available if you look on ebay: time machine pedal.

Hadley 9:40 pm 25 Mar 10

Mr. Fibby, Swoon & The Barons Of Tang play tomorrow night at The Merry Muse Folk Club, which is in the Turner Bowlo, which itself is the Southern Cross Club, which is on a street in Turner. Zmood!

Also Roller Derby on Saturday night, and acoustic pleasantness out at Mount Stromlo 3PM Sunday with Hashemoto & The Ellis Collective! hah cha cha!

Matt Sheppard 8:11 pm 25 Mar 10

Impro Match Point – http://www.impro.com.au/matchpoint.php?from=riotact

Sunday 28 March, 7:30pm
Tickets : $10
Woden Tradies, Cnr Launceston St and Furzer St
Book on 0416 007 197, or online at http://www.impro.com.au/matchpoint.php?from=riotact

A unique night of improvisation with scenes and stories created from audience suggestion that will flow from comedy, cute and quirky to melodrama and potentially dark drama. Four pairs will each perform a 19 minute collection of scenes and stories ‘never to be repeated’!

A great night for those audiences who are fans of improvisation shows like Who’s Line Is It Anyway? and Thank God You’re Here as well as those people looking for an inexpensive new type of theatre experience.

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