Tuesday, 1 December 2015
$10 Lunch Specials @ Mawson Club
Every Monday - Saturday between 12pm - 2pm there is $10 Lunch Specials at Mawson Club.
Choose from a Croque Monsieur, Beef Lasagne, Beer Battered Flathead and Chips, Calamari and Chips or Chicken Schnitzel.
Enjoy $15 Steak Night with complimentary beer at Edgars Inn every Tuesday.
*FREE ENTRY* RESIN JEWELLERY & HOMEWARES POP UP @ The Front Cafe & Gallery, Lyneham Shops
Polka Luka brings new resin jewellery and homewares as well as a selection of other designers - find the perfect Christmas gift or special treat here.
The Front Cafe & Gallery, Lyneham Shops.
Opens 6pm Thurs 26th Nov.
Then running everyday 9.30am-7.30 until Tues Dec 22.
Lucky’s is throwing a massive party… just sayin’
Not sure if you heard, but Lucky’s is pretty much throwing a massive summer-long party called 100 Days of Summer. And you’re invited.
They’ve personally taken on the responsibility to keep us entertained from October to February, by squeezing an ungodly amount of fun into the silly season. Hopefully you didn’t have much planned, because there is heaps on.
There’ll be a Melbourne Cup gala, Halloween bash, Movember shindig, 007 James Bond NYE party and QT Backyard Australia Day BBQ, as well as weekly events, like Friday sessions, secret men’s business, Latino nights, summer night markets and a ping pong tournament. This summer at Lucky’s is going to be on like Donkey Kong.
Get ready to live 100 Days of Summer. Turn down for what…
2015 'Asia's Got Talent' Grand Finalist @ ANU Llewellyn Hall
The KHUSUGTUN Ethnic-Ballad Group is proud of Mongolians’ great ancestors, and is keen not only to continue their priceless cultural intangible legacy but also to promote to the world the culture of one of the greatest civilisations in human history – the Mongols.
Although, the throat singing is considered as an ancient art with its roots going to the ancient nomadic tribes of the Central Asia, Altai, Khangai and Sayan mountain range, Mongolians master it best.
Its no surprise, this type of singing was registered as the UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
The KHUSUGTUN Ethnic-Ballad Group is the runner up in the “Asia got a talent” 2015 and will be performing live at ANU's Llewellyn Hall on December 1.
by Lucy Stone
Find out how raw food – that's right, raw! - can have magical properties. At this year's Living Green Festival at Canberra’s Albert Hall, Karen and Stella from Organic Energy demonstrated raw cuisine recipes. Simple and utterly filled with nutrients, ‘raw eating’ can involve a simple snack, a delicious dinner, or delightful dessert. Among the recipes demonstrated included a garden soup, a Fettuccine Alfredo, and a berry fruit flan.