15 May 2009

DIY Wotz on guide for the weekend of 15 May

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[First filed: May 14, 2009 @ 09:40]

Excitement and entertainment abounds in our fair city.

What do you recommend others partake of this weekend?

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For all olive oil enthusiasts out there Frank from Morella Grove (central NSW) will be doing a tasting of his Olive oil and the delicious caramelised balsamic tomorrow (sat) morning at the Choku Bai Jo store in Nth Lyneham from 9.30 to midday. Morella Grove was in the front of last wednesdays(May 6th) Food & Wine suppliment in the Canberra Times.
For more info or directions see http://www.chokubaijo.com.au

Itchy Triggers Saturday night, Holy Grail, Kingston.

neanderthalsis3:55 pm 14 May 09

Swap meet at the SSAA range at Majura. Sunday 10 – 2.
Guns, books, militaria.

A.C.T speedway sedan titles sunday at NATIONAL CAPITAL SPEEDWAY


Manageable Ann2:40 pm 14 May 09

Pot Belly open mike night tonight (Thurs) come along and put your name down on the blackboard and play some tunes, alternatively come and have a beer in a friendly environment with wonderful music providing a Thursday night soundtrack. Music starts at 9pm, blackboard up from 8pm.

Million Paws Walk! Sunday at Stage ’88, registrations from 9am, walk starts at 11.

luther_bendross1:58 pm 14 May 09

Prog Fest @ The Basement, Friday night.

Paul Kelly @ Canberra Theatre, Sunday night.

Wellington Sludge10:20 am 14 May 09

Wotz On – Celluloid Edition

Arc – it’s Voss weekend, with movies inspired by or related to Patrick White’s novel VOSS. Tonight it’s Stuart Cooper’s OVERLORD, Saturday afternon it’s Jim Sharman introducing his Australian classic THE NIGHT, THE PROWLER, and Saturday evening it’s John Gielgud in PROVIDENCE. http://www.nfsa.gov.au/whats_on/arc

ANU Film group – Friday night it’s an Irish double (of sorts). First up, Colin Farrell in PRIDE AND GLORY, then it’s the classic Oscar-winning John Ford film about the IRA, THE INFORMER, starring Victor McLaglen. Saturday night it’s weepy Will Smith in SEVEN POUNDS followed by werewolves and vampires in UNDERWORLD: RISE OF THE LYCANS. Both screenings start promptly at 8pm, membership available at the door from $15. http://www.anufg.org.au

Steady Eddie9:48 am 14 May 09

Computer Fair Old Bus Depot Saturday 10AM-2:30PM. Admission $3.00, kids free.

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