Saturday, 16 January 2016
Do the Lake George Range walk to the highest point on the Lake George Range. Great views of Lake George and the Federal Highway winding its way to Sydney. Walking shoes with good gripping soles required. It is advisable to bring a bottle of water, and a warm jacket if it is going to be chilly.
Magnified is an art exhibition that draws on four distinct collections; highlighting the connections between historical documents and scientific specimens and the 12 overall winners of the Waterhouse Prize at the Nationals Archives of Australia. Canberra is the only city outside of South Australia lucky enough to host this fabulous exhibition. It is free to visit, open every day 9–5 except for Christmas Day and Good Friday.
Saturdays @ The Durham
$2 sliders wih any drink ordered at The Durham every Saturday night.
Good Crafternoon - $35 3 course meal with 3 craft beers
Live music from 6pm till late. Free entry.
No matter your night out, we have it covered! On TopLevel we play all your favourite R&B tracks with the fanciest of cocktails, then The Mooseheads Nightclub will be there satisfy your dancing needs by belting out your favourite party anthems PLUS down in the pub we bring you the best sing-a-longs and classic until very late!
A selection of Mooseheads favourite menu items such as chicken schnitzel, battered flathead, cheese burgers, rump steak and heaps more for $10 with your choice of a schooner of Tap Beer, Wine or Soft Drink. To reserve a table call 62576496
Thredbo Blues Festival @ Thredbo Alpine Village
The Thredbo Blues Festival is back with an amazing line up of Australian and international blues performers. Russell Morris, Andy Just (USA), Gail Page and many more will hit the stage for a fun, thrilling, blues filled weekend.
Join a Library guide for a journey around the building and discover the stories in the Reading Rooms and public spaces. Bookings not required, however a minimum of two weeks notice is required for group bookings.
The Treasures Gallery exhibits the Library’s most celebrated items. They illustrate some of the nation’s greatest stories, from Cook and Bligh’s epic voyages to the death of Burke and Wills in central Australia and the Mabo land rights case. Recently refreshed, the gallery features one of the earliest drawings of the polar bear, the first European depiction of an Australian bird, a book of verse inscribed by Henry Lawson to his wife and a bookcase carved by the young Dorothea Mackellar. It also displays the recently listed Memory of the World Gallipoli Letter written by Keith Murdoch in 1915.
10 am–5 pm.
Tour the vineyard, winery and barrel room with the owner, winemaker or cellar door manager, and participate in a tutored tasting of 6 wines. Notes provided. Approx 45 minutes in duration. Designed for groups of 8 or more, but we can cater for smaller groups.
$7.50 or $12.50
Choose from two Winter Meal Deal Specials at Canberra Labor Club for only $13.
Beef Vindaloo with fragrant rice matched with the wine of the month, Peter Lehmann Portrait, Shiraz $5 glass or $20 bottle.
Cajun style battered hake fillet with chips matched with the wine of the month, Peter Lehmann Portrait, Dry Riesling $5 glass or $20 bottle.
Sides are an additional $2.90 either Veg or Salad Bar.
Sunday, 17 January 2016
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.