DIY Wotz On Guide for the weekend of 18 June 2010

johnboy 18 June 2010 7

It’s been a short week Rioters, and already the weekend looms.

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7 Responses to DIY Wotz On Guide for the weekend of 18 June 2010
Overheard Overheard 8:26 am 19 Jun 10

Saturday, 19 June 2010
10:00 – 15:00
Location: AIS Synthetic Field
Leverrier Street, Bruce

World Refugee Day Soccer Tournament

Saturday 19 June 2010 @ AIS Synthetic Field, Bruce, CANBERRA

A team from the Sudan and Sierra Leone, Liberian, Chin, Karen and Mon communities will compete in a series of friendly soccer matches.

The event runs from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm.

Kids’ game and free BBQ.

Presented by Companion House
Assisting Survivors of Torture and Trauma

Transportation Guide:
Action Bus from Civic Interchange Platform 8, No: 980
(Hourly from 8: 52am) and from Belconnen Cohen Street
Interchange Platform 1, No: 980 (Hourly from 8: 21am)
Community Bus: pick up from 9:00am at Civic Library and 9:30am
at Belconnen Library.

phil m phil m 3:57 pm 18 Jun 10

Come and play some boardgames (euro style), all ages OK.
Event is free. Come and leave whenever you want. No need to bring anything.

Venue: Harmonie German Club, Jerrabomberra Ave, Narrabundah
Date: Sunday 20 June 2010
Time: From 12 NOON

IMPORTANT: Please park at the back of the club and enter by the side door as the actual club is not open at this time. No lunch available this weekend at the club however Bar service will open from midday.

KGascoyne KGascoyne 7:55 am 18 Jun 10

Canberra-based drumming group ‘Drumassault’ will be performing at the Merry Muse tonight with guest performer ‘Mohamed Bangoura’ – world-class master drummer from Guinea, West Africa! Expect a journey of traditional West African music beginning with the hauntingly beautiful sounds of the kora and building up to an explosive drumming show!
Venue: Southern Cross Club (AKA Turner Bowlo) 54 McCaughey St, Turner
Friday 18th June
Doors Open 6.30pm
Show Starts 8pm
Tickets on sale at door. $17 adults, $14 concession, $12 Merry Muse members, KIDS FREE
Mohamed Bangoura will also be running drum and dance workshops in Canberra on Sat 19th! Bookings essential.
Enquiries: 0414 236 323 or

TheStreet TheStreet 5:08 pm 17 Jun 10

The opening weekend of Winter’s Discontent starring William Zappa – Fri + Sat evening, 7:30 @ The Street Theatre.

Word on the street (or rather, from TheStreet) – if you book for this Friday or Saturday you can partake in free French wine and cheese from 6:30pm with the star – William Zappa.

Call 6247 1223 for bookings.

Roguelette Roguelette 2:16 pm 17 Jun 10

I will be checking out the Journeys exhibition to show our support of SIDS and Kids ACT and to the local artists who have had to use them.

Journeys — An Exhibition of Works by Bereaved Parents, will run over 11 days, from June 17 to June 27 at Gallery 12 at the Pialligo Plant Farm, Beltana Road, Pialligo.

The exhibition will display the works of six regional artists — Deborah Fiori, Bernadette Maurer, Dionne Bond, Georgina Perri, Debra Boyd-Goggin and Sebastian Perri — all of whom, through their artwork, have journeyed through the grieving process following the death of a child.

Les Lozenger Les Lozenger 1:54 pm 17 Jun 10

Friday night at The ANU featuring:

The Chuffs (2nd last show for a while)
ZZG – (it’s their CD launch)
Tom Stone and the Soldiers of Fortune

The Chuffs are onstage first at 8.20pm

Doors at 8pm

Lazy I Lazy I 1:30 pm 17 Jun 10

Krav Maga VIP Protection Workshop – 19th of June

On Saturday the 19th of June Krav Maga Canberra will be holding a VIP /
Third Party Protection workshop covering some releases from common holds,
knife threat situations and some drills to enhance these skills. The
workshop is specifically aimed at giving people practical skills to protect
either a loved one, another individual due to a work related obligation
(VIP protection) or an unknown third party if you feel a sense of moral
obligation to assist.

Couples may find this workshop of particular interest as
the drills and scenarios will include threats to a partner / friend / loved
one and how to react and deal with these situations if they were to occur.

This workshop is open to the general public (over 18 years of age) and no
previous Krav Maga or martial arts experience is required. The workshop
will be run at Eddison Park in Woden and start at 9:45am lasting
approximately 4 hours at a cost of $40.00pp.

If you are planning to attend please contact us via email (contact us) so we
can cater for the number of expected participants. Additional details,
maps, what to bring on the day and other workshop / introduction dates can
be found on the Krav Maga Canberra website

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