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July 4, 2015

10 Things for the Weekend

03/07/2015 by OutInCanberra

Crisp mornings and sunny days are forecast for the weekend... perfect! And there's plenty happening this weekend, so you've got no excuse to get out and enjoy the many different experiences Canberra has to offer! Enjoy! ___________________ 1. True Burner Vibes: at Transit Bar Friday at 8.00pm

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21 thoughts that run through your head during Dry July

01/07/2015 by OutInCanberra

Here are 21 thoughts we just know are running through your head right now for the first day of Dry July. 1. No one likes being sober on Saturday night. 2. What happens on Sunday mornings when I'm not hungover? 3. Maybe I’ll start running 4. Pfft, who am I kidding 5. Maybe I’ll start doing “breakfast” on Sunday’s... 6. Where will I go? 7. I’ve actually never been sober at Sunday breakfast. 8. Will my friends think I’m weird 9. Maybe they think I’m an alcho? 10. Do I need to go to AA’s 11. OMG, I’m actually an alcoholic

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What does your shoe choice say about you?

01/07/2015 by Styled By Francesca

Ok, I am a self-confessed shoeaholic. But there is some truth to my madness.

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A guide to doing Winter in Canberra

30/06/2015 by OutInCanberra

Are you struggling to think of a place to holiday this winter? With a mix of educational and fun places to take the kids, Canberra is one of the easiest and most accessible places to take a family. With a brilliant network of bike paths, well-located national institutions and some of the best sports facilities in Australia means this is a great city to nourish both body and mind. Around Parliament House

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Tastes of Two Regions Expo This Weekend

30/06/2015 by OutInCanberra

This Sunday, Canberrans will convene for the Tastes of Two Regions event at QT Canberra. For only $30.00, guests will be treated to the very best of the Rutherglen and King Valley regions. With over 100 wines available to taste, and some of the very best produce from Northern Victoria to try, it will be ‘foodie heaven’ in the heart of the ACT.

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Alto Olive Oils Dinner at Sage Dining Rooms

30/06/2015 by OutInCanberra

Sage Dining Rooms and ALTO Olives together with Lark Hill Wines invites you to celebrate the launch of the 2015 New Season Extra Virgin Olive Oils with a beautiful feast for the senses. Damian Brabender will be cooking a unique menu based around local, seasonal produce, which will be prepared and served with each of ALTO's freshly pressed new season oils.

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Six Great Places for a First Date

30/06/2015 by Maeve Bannister

First dates are a lot like job interviews: good impressions count, awkwardness is inevitable and outcomes are mostly unpredictable. In saying this, there are a few things you can do to help you along. Firstly, get the location right, and you’re half way there. For us, the best places to have a first date are ones that allow you to have a conversation and not have to shout to be heard. At the same time you need enough atmosphere so that you don’t feel like you have to talk all the time.

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Stepping Up: Australian Ceramics Triennale 2015

30/06/2015 by OutInCanberra

Canberra will be struck with ceramics fever in July, with the arrival of artists from across Australia and around the world converging on the capital. Stepping Up , the 14th Australian Ceramics Triennale, will see the capital flooded with 35 free exhibitions from 9 to 11 July, held at various locations throughout the city and surrounding region for the public to enjoy.

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Gimme Chocolate, NOW!

29/06/2015 by Lisa Donaldson

Ever get a sudden urge to eat something, and all you can do is think about it? It’s an insatiable hunger that cannot be abated by celery or carrot sticks. It’s gotta be chocolate… or chips… or a burger… and you’ve gotta have it, NOW!?! Cravings... People often ask me, “Why do I get cravings?”

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My favourite Canberra experiences for 2015 so far...

29/06/2015 by Sarah Pritchard

This has been a great year so far for the Canberra region. New restaurants have been opening around the capital, festivals of all sorts pop up monthly and we are awash in some excellent wines made right on our doorstep. All these reasons add up to a couple of months of fun Canberra experiences.

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