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DIY Wotz on guide for the weekend of 8 May

By johnboy - 8 May 2009 24

[First filed: May 07, 2009 @ 09:05]

The weekend’s coming down on us like a runaway train.

What do you recommend people get out to see and do?

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DIY Wotz on guide for the weekend of 8 May
Marianne 4:20 pm 07 May 09

FREE PANTA REI FUSIONDANCE WORKSHOP

This Workshop is organised in collaboration with Ausdance for Dance Week.
The “Come’n Try day” will be on Sunday 10 May at 3.30pm in the Bogong Theatre, Gorman House Braddon.
Come join us & dance to the music of Live Musicians!
To assure a place, make a booking with me.
If you know anybody interested, please feel free to copy this info & pass it on.

For Bookings:
fusiondancing@gmail.com
For more details on Panta Rei visit: http://www.pantarei.org

madjimmy 4:04 pm 07 May 09

Open Day at the former Belconnen Remand Centre from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday

Wellington Sludge 3:33 pm 07 May 09

Sorry, small amendments. http://www.spanishfilmfestival.com , and Reel McCoy is on Wednesday night.

Wellington Sludge 3:29 pm 07 May 09

Wotz On – Celluloid edition

ANU Film Group – It’s Oscar weekend! Tonight it’s on for young and old (hehe) with multi-Oscar winner THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON. Friday, see Leo and Kate re-unite in REVOLUTIONARY ROAD, followed by HOW TO LOSE FRIENDS AND ALIENATE PEOPLE. Saturday night it’s Missing Child night (what a theme!) with Angelina Jolie in CHANGELING followed by the Otto Preminger classic BUNNY LAKE IS MISSING. Then it’s the anti-Oscar night on Tuesday, with the cult short BOOBS A LOT followed by ZACK AND MIRI MAKE A PORNO. All films 8pm, at Coombs Theatre, ANU campus, membership available at the door. http://www.anufg.org.au

Arc – the Louis Malle seaon continues tonight with the Oscar-nominated LACOMBE, LUCIEN. Saturday afternoon, see a young, innocent and naked Helen Mirren in Michael Powell’s AGE OF CONSENT at 4.30pm. Saturday evening, it’s James Mason and Judy Garland in the classic A STAR IS BORN at 7.30pm. http://www.nfsa.gov.au/whats_on/arc

The Spanish Film Festival starts at Dendy tonight, and continues throughout the week – see http://www.spanishfilmfestival.com.au for film details.

Reel McCoy Film Society – it must be Michael Powell week in Canberra, as Reel McCoy are screening the classic Powell/Pressburger fable I KNOW WHERE I’M GOING. 6pm, at the National Library. http://www.reelmccoy.org.au

chokubaijo 2:39 pm 07 May 09

Kaleen High is having a car boot sale on Saturday.

I already have a boot for my car so have no need to attend

madjimmy 2:32 pm 07 May 09

Don’t forget the Brumbies last home game Saturday night 7.30pm

Hadley 2:26 pm 07 May 09

‘An Ordinary Day’ by Dario Fo & Francesca Rame, Directed by Virginia Savage, at the ANU Arts Centre, opens Thursday May 7, runs Friday May 8 & Saturday May 9, at 8PM.

A DELIGHTFUL NIGHT AT THE THEATRE, ONE ASSURES YOU.

Feathergirl 2:09 pm 07 May 09

For dads with kiddies at home – The Best Mother’s Day Breakfast:

Wake up at 7:00am
Take one car and add children (getting them dressed is optional). Don’t wake partner to say things like ‘does this look okay?’ or ‘is this nappy on right?’ etc.
Take children out to Maccas for breakfast – for as long as bearable. Choose one of the McDonalds with play equipment if kids are young.
Come home to a wife who got a sleep in and your in the good books.
Resist the urge to say how tired you are or else you’ll be getting the ‘I’ve been tired for (insert age of oldest child) now, so get over yourself’ talk.

ikarus 1:23 pm 07 May 09

Friday night – The Aston Shuffle @ Lot33.

neanderthalsis 10:49 am 07 May 09

ITALIAN OPERA GALA, 9 MAY 2009, LLEWELLYN HALL, 7.30PM

The program will include selections from such well loved operas as Madama Butterfly, La Boheme, La Traviata, Turandot and The Barber of Seville.

Adults $69, students $35
Proceeds to music scholarships, and Rotary youth and community projects. Tickets available form Ticketek

rottweiler 10:37 am 07 May 09

MOTHER’S DAY don’t forget your mum’s on sunday

hairy nosed wombat 10:27 am 07 May 09

Snowsports Ski Sale & Expo
Members of the public and snow sports community are invited to sell pre-loved ski and snowboard equipment, including skis, snowboards, boots and winter clothing at our annual sale held in the 2nd weekend of May each year. The 2009 Ski & Snowboard Sale & Expo is on Saturday May 9 at the Old Bus Depot, Kingston, 9am-2pm.

If you have any further enquires of you have ski items to sell check out their website .

sepi 10:24 am 07 May 09

Watson pre-school fete and Burgman Anglican school in Lyneham fete.

Both on Saturday, 10-2.00.

Steady Eddie 9:13 am 07 May 09

Steady Eddie said :

Computer Fair – Recreation Centre (building 4 off Ginninderra Dr) Uni of Canberra, 10AM-3PM. Admission $3.00, kids free.

On Saturday, by the way.

Steady Eddie 9:13 am 07 May 09

Computer Fair – Recreation Centre (building 4 off Ginninderra Dr) Uni of Canberra, 10AM-3PM. Admission $3.00, kids free.

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