29 March 2007

DIY wotz on guide for end of March 2007

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Make sure you get along to HAVANA NIGHTS @ Company Nightclub! With Canberra’s HOTTEST night of dance and entertainment Latino Style!

Remember to get there early as we have a FREE BEGINNERS salsa lesson every Friday night!

When: Every Friday Night, 9.00pm till late

Where: Company Nightclub (old 6:AM/FM’s Nightclub) @ Franklin St, Manuka

Cost: $5 – doors open 8:45pm (Free salsa lesson from 9pm)

I have just heard a rumour that (from I think a very credible source) Changeable Dan are putting on a special one – off gig on Saturday night at the Pot Belly Bar in Belconnen. Please say its true! Does anyone else know about this?

Don’t forget to turn on all lights and appliances for one hour at 7.30pm this Saturday to counter the sheep from the Church of Global Warming.

I will be.

Turn off all lights and electrical appliances for 1 hour!!!

Yeah, I might do that in my server room at work. I’m sure nobody will notice at all.

Dont forget Earth Hour is this weekend. 730pm Sat 31st March. Turn off all lights and electrical appliances for 1 hour!!!

Jerra Festival on Sat
Hall Markets on Sunday 10-3pm
Raiders Game Monday night 7pm Kick Off…

The Mammals ( http://www.themammals.net/ ) at the Merry Muse (Folk)at the Polish Club at O’Connor. 7.30 Friday night. $25/$20 conc. Have dinner before you go as the chef is on strike or something like that. No meals anyway….see ya’all there

Mother nature forest party thing:

No idea why all the skulduggery, i think it’s supposed to add to the whole “we’re so underground, ooh ooh we’re flaunting the law” feel or something. *shrug*. Some people on the ITM forums have complained that it’s a bit impractical, but i think in reality it excites them a bit too.

(I’m not going personally, I contemplated it, but I think i’m getting too old for that particular brand of shenanigan.)

Music in the City tomorrow night in Garema Place with the Blamey St Big Band, social dancing and swing dnacing performances.

Friday 30 March 2007, 7:00-9:30pm
Garema Place Chess Pit

It’s free!

Mother Nature forest party thing:
whats with the cloak and dagger ring this number on the night to find out where it is deal ?

Sounds pretty shady….

Raiders Vs Newcastle Mon night at Canberra Stadium. 7-7.30 kick off. Not technically the weekend but that doesnt matter

im doing some welding in my garage

Medievil Armour ?
Tools of discipline ?

Go the Backyrad Backanalia and The O’hooligan’s (SAT)… and The National Folk Festival voluteers BBQ at EPIC on Sunday

Good weekend fer me! xox

Cross Country (XC) Mountain Bike racing at Majura Sunday morning. See the CORC XC Calendar for more details.

Majura is looking great following the working bee a couple of weeks ago, and the course for the race should be great for riders of all levels. If you are new to mountain biking there is a novice class, which races over a shorter course and excludes any serious climbs and technical sections.

Apparently John Hargreaves is throwing a teddy bear’s picnic in the Tuggeranong town park on Sunday.

I couldn’t make this stuff up.

im doing some welding in my garage.

all invited.

byo beer.

This one got mailed in from the Defence web ghetto:


$30 to enter……


Tomorrow Night – Green Room – Sons of Kyuss – more details here

Absent Diane11:41 am 29 Mar 07

Tonk CD launch ANU saturday doors at 8.. supported by spoil and looking glass

Tonight the comely Jess McAvoy is launching her album “Into the Dark” at the Hippo Bar, from 8:30pm, $5.

Also tonight, bluesman Adam Hole followed by the Zilberfish Little Big Band are playing at the National Press Club (7-10pm, free entry).

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