DIY Wotz on Guide for the weekend of 1 August 2008

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RiotACT readers it’s your time to shine!

What’s happening this weekend?

Where should we go? What should we do?

Won’t anybody lead us?


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vg vg 10:05 am 03 Aug 08

lionelvioletguyandslingsby said :

‘Malkara special school in Deakin – annual model train show, as well as fete type stalls – fairy floss, little merrigoround etc.”

Good to see that the venue fits. Sounds suitable for people who spell “merry-go-round” as “merrigoround”, too.

You might want to get your grammar correct before you sling barbs at the less fortunate. Why the need for the comma then ‘too’?

Idiot

el el 6:55 am 01 Aug 08

Yep, what Granny said.

The Malkara (actually located in Hughes) day has been going for at least 20 years, so apparently some people enjoy it. Amazing, eh?

Bundybear Bundybear 12:22 am 01 Aug 08

“Greyhound have 12 service to Sydney on Friday.

That’s the only way Canberrans wil find anything to do this weekend.”

That would be 12 ‘services’ I take it? And ‘will’ find? Careful who you dump on Lionellongnamewhonevermakesspellingmistakes.

Go Granny, give ’em heaps!

Granny Granny 11:41 pm 31 Jul 08

lionelvioletguyandslingsby said :

‘Malkara special school in Deakin – annual model train show, as well as fete type stalls – fairy floss, little merrigoround etc.”

Good to see that the venue fits. Sounds suitable for people who spell “merry-go-round” as “merrigoround”, too.

Yeah, go ahead and trash people with disabilities. As if their lives aren’t already hard enough. All their lives they get to sit around and watch people like you get to have fun. Half the time in and out of hospital suffering. And often those lives are very short. Go ahead and laugh. You’re so bloody clever.

lionelvioletguyandslingsby lionelvioletguyandslingsby 11:11 pm 31 Jul 08

‘Malkara special school in Deakin – annual model train show, as well as fete type stalls – fairy floss, little merrigoround etc.”

Good to see that the venue fits. Sounds suitable for people who spell “merry-go-round” as “merrigoround”, too.

lionelvioletguyandslingsby lionelvioletguyandslingsby 10:32 pm 31 Jul 08

Greyhound have 12 service to Sydney on Friday.

That’s the only way Canberrans wil find anything to do this weekend.

needlenose needlenose 10:01 pm 31 Jul 08

Cellist Stephen Isserlis with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, 8pm Saturday, at Llewellyn Hall. Woot!

Wellington Sludge Wellington Sludge 6:38 pm 31 Jul 08

I’ll be calling in to ANU Film Group tomorrow night for the double BRICK LANE and ROAD TO MOROCCO, and then hoofing it to Arc on Saturday arvo for a dose of Lamorisse – THE RED BALLOON and THW WHITE MANE.

Aurelius Aurelius 2:55 pm 31 Jul 08

Just heard from someone who got back from Manuka this arvo – tickets for the Swans game have sold out, except for ‘restricted view’ places. 🙁

Overheard Overheard 2:22 pm 31 Jul 08

Must have been very recent as a mate played with his band at the Rose Cottage in the last couple of months and that was allegedly its big closing! So good to see that another one hasn’t bitten the dust.

Anyhoo, back OT. If anyone’s into bush music and/or dancing, this Friday night being the first of the month is Settlers Music and Dance night at the Polish Australian White Eagle Club in Turner. Music session from 6pm (bring your instrument); dancing for all (bring your feet… or foot) from 8pm. $7/$5/nix for the kiddies.

Details at: http://www.thefolkus.org.au/BushTrad4.htm

Thumper Thumper 2:06 pm 31 Jul 08

Only just started up again recently, I believe.

The idea is to build it back into a good live venue.

Overheard Overheard 1:56 pm 31 Jul 08

Thumper said :

The Feldons at Rose Cottage inn at 3.00 on Sunday.

Wow. I thought they (Rose Cottage) had closed up shop as a music venue. Delighted to hear otherwise.

Thumper Thumper 1:02 pm 31 Jul 08

The Feldons at Rose Cottage inn at 3.00 on Sunday.

Overheard Overheard 12:51 pm 31 Jul 08

Jaysus, did I say Brumbies??!!

Wallabies. Totally different animal. Must be that happy birthday horse thing…

Overheard Overheard 12:50 pm 31 Jul 08

At the Folkus Room, Serbian Club in Mawson on Friday 1 August: Queensland guitarist Michael Fix (9pm) plus new-ish local Canberra band Freyja’s Rain (8pm). $15/$12. Details at http://www.thefolkus.org.au

While you’re there (on the Folkus site) read the ‘Folkus Flatus’ for details of a gig this Saturday afternoon/evening at the Poachers’ Pantry featuring five guitarists, including the legendary Trev Dunham and Ian ‘Dr Zot’ Stehlik. All for just $15. Your ears will thank you.

And slightly outside our environs, if anyone’s coastward-bound, my daughter and I are setting this month’s ‘Master Batemans HHH’ run from the Mariners’ Hotel in Batemans Bay from 3pm Saturday afternoon. First run free. Amber drink stop along the way, then drinks and bistro dinner, and the Brumbies on the TV at the Mariners. All welcome.

johnboy johnboy 12:27 pm 31 Jul 08

Something for the goths, Chrome is on Saturday night at the Civic Grail.

sepi sepi 12:03 pm 31 Jul 08

Malkara special school in Deakin – annual model train show, as well as fete type stalls – fairy floss, little merrigoround etc.

johnboy johnboy 11:35 am 31 Jul 08

Editorial issues via email please.

Joe Canberran Joe Canberran 10:45 am 31 Jul 08

I’m going to be out of town this weekend and as such haven’t even bothered finding out what’s on in canberra this weekend (so I’m no help what so ever) but can I put i a request for future weeks?

I like the weekly shots of the poster wall, it’s like a historical record of Canberra gigs, but many of the posters are so small you can’t make out the details. Any chance of close-ups in a slide show or something???

johnboy johnboy 9:27 am 31 Jul 08

I’ve got the following:

RiotACT Sim Challenge All Bar Nun tonight, Norvan Vogt to show off his city management skills.

Quantum Leap’s My Sister My Brother modern youth dance all weekend at the Canberra Theatre.

National Day of Action for gay marriage and smashing the capitalist oppression protest in Garema Place on Saturday.

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