DIY Wotz on Guide for the weekend of 18 July 2008

johnboy 17 July 2008 12

So let us turn to the hive mind once more.

What do you know about that will be fun for the public to turn up to this weekend?

Just leave it in the comments.

I’m going to try and take a picture of the pillar at the corner of Garema Place and Bunda St (looking towards City Walk) every Thursday morning, here’s the first.

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12 Responses to DIY Wotz on Guide for the weekend of 18 July 2008
Les Lozenger Les Lozenger 12:02 am 18 Jul 08

Friday night at The Greenroom: The Chuffs + Moh Van Wah + Using 3 Words
Doors at 8pm

needlenose needlenose 10:57 pm 17 Jul 08

The Titanic Ball – fundraising swing dance for CanTeen, hosted by STOMP at the Albert Hall on Saturay night – featuring Spectrum Big Band! Tickets $30 at the door.

FredJ FredJ 4:32 pm 17 Jul 08

Not quite the weekend, but Green Faces is on again at The Irish Club. Tonight and Thursdays until September sometime. See the Irish Club website for more details.

Davo111 Davo111 4:31 pm 17 Jul 08

This weekend ANU Students start ‘Bush Week’ (the start of semester 2)

ANU students can access the event information via facebook.

justbands justbands 3:05 pm 17 Jul 08

err….Saturday night, that is.

justbands justbands 2:58 pm 17 Jul 08

Secret gig/party in Sutton. Bands: Little Smoke, One Foot In The Gravy, Mud Puppy + a DJ.

Ask around for full details & directions. Little Smokes first show in nearly a year!

johnboy johnboy 2:54 pm 17 Jul 08

Apparently by wearing black this weekend you can protest the Pope’s stance on homosexuality.

At least according to this on facebook

Fortunately I always wear black.

emd emd 2:24 pm 17 Jul 08

Bush Babies are running a free information session: Better Birth Choices
Saturday 19 July from 10:30am
Canberra’s doulas (professionally qualified in birth support) will talk about birth choices in Canberra, and provide tips on having a better birth experience (including pain management).

Friends of the Birth Centre will also be there, supporting the Canberra Midwifery Program and the homelike birth environment at the Birth Centre. (I think they’re doing a cake stall.)

Venue is Corroboree Park Functions Room, Corroboree Park, Ainslie.

Doors open half an hour before talk starts. Corroboree Park is a great place to play after.

Tea and coffee provided. Talks usually run for around 45 minutes, with plenty of time to chat before and after.

Nickamc Nickamc 2:21 pm 17 Jul 08

Nice idea, photographing the poster pillar. You’ll preserve some really original posters over time, I’m sure.

blood_nut blood_nut 1:13 pm 17 Jul 08

Doctor Stovepipe & The Wedded Bliss on Friday

Merry Muse (David St O’Connor)
starts 8pm


Wellington Sludge Wellington Sludge 10:58 am 17 Jul 08

If you want to avoid the queues for THE DARK KNIGHT, but still want to see a good flick, either join the ANU Film Group this Saturday to see PRINCE CASPIAN followed by the late show of HEY HEY IT’S ESTHER BLUEBERGER (Semester 2 memberships now on sale at the door), or cruise on by the National Film and Sound Archive to check out Brian de Palma’s (CARRIE, THE UNTOUCHABLES) latest film REDACTED, a unique take on the Iraq war. I’ll be splitting my time between both.

Wide Boy Jake Wide Boy Jake 10:13 am 17 Jul 08

Computer Fair, Old Bus Depot, Kingston Saturday 10AM – 2PM. Admission $3.00, kids free.

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