DIY wotz on guide for the weekend of 28 January 2011

johnboy 28 January 2011 5

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With a week totally out of whack after a Wednesday public holiday we have to face the fact the weekend is upon us.

What’s worth seeing and doing around Canberra this weekend?

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5 Responses to DIY wotz on guide for the weekend of 28 January 2011
Tainted Tainted 1:22 pm 29 Jan 11

QLD RSPCA Flood Recovery Appeal at The Basement tonight 29/1/11.

TORTURED 11:15-11:45
CHUD – 10:30-11:00
NA MAZA – 9:45-10:15
FROSTBITE – 9:00-9:30
On the night, there will be different charity activities being arranged by the presenters to make the night fun, aswell as showing that the Canberra local live scene do support others in need, which in this case is the animals of Southern QLD which have lost their shelters and safegaurds.

Like so many other areas of Queensland, the RSPCA Qld Shelter located in the Western suburbs of Brisbane) was severely damaged by the recent floods causing it to cease operations whilst recovery continues.

The RSPCA is exempt from disaster relief funds offered to other charities that assist human needs. This makes the RSPCA entirely reliant on the generosity of the Australian (and International!) community to help them get back to being fully operational so they can open their doors and continue to help the 42,000 animals who rely on them each year.

terubo terubo 7:22 am 29 Jan 11

Royal Canberra Golf Club Ladies Classic. See some of the world’s top women golfers. Rounds 2 & 3 Saturday & Sunday, with the presentation 5:00pm Sunday. Only $10 entry fee.
Side event: spot the terubo.

beejay76 beejay76 3:57 pm 28 Jan 11

Capital City Punkfest 2 at the Maram @Erindale from 3pm on Saturday. Definitely worth checking out, as The Rumjacks (awesome celtic folk punk) will be there, along with Casino Rumblers and more. 18+

Overheard Overheard 1:18 pm 28 Jan 11

Australian National Botanic Gardens, Sunday 30 January from 6pm-7.30pm.
Vertical: Eric Ajaye formed the highly skilled jazz quartet Vertical in 2007. Eric has taught double bass and electric bass in the Jazz Department at the ANU School of Music for the past ten years.
ArtSound FM will be doing a live broadcast. If you can’t be there, tune in to 92.7/90.3FM or listen online at

glad2bhere glad2bhere 1:02 pm 28 Jan 11

Chill out big time, enjoy the atmosphere and have some easy fun at aquaCulture Nights’ grand finale event at Dickson Pool: Saturday 6-8pm, normal admission fees: loud board shorts and beach scene with funky music by the Fun Machine, African drumming by Charlie Coker, circus workshop run by Cam and Kon, Zumba dancing, coconut pina coladas and $3 sausage sizzle raising funds for Companion House (who support refugee groups and survivors of torture and trauma). Corner of Cowper & Antill Streets, free parking all around (the shopping centre’s carpark is the best) plus the bus stops outside (936, 937 and 939 from Civic).

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