Sunday, 18 October 2015
Café Lerida & Cellar Door open 10-5
Café Lerida serves breakfast, lunch and morning/afternoon tea.
For menus see: www.leridaestate.com.au
FREE Live music 12.30-3.00. For details see: www.leridaestate.com.au/pages/Events.html
Bookings on 6295 6640
Every Sunday is Einstein Trivia at Walt & Burley from 6:30pm. It's FREE to play and includes some fantastic prize giveaways, PLUS a bonus and very intriguing 'foodie' challenge at the end. Also, it's being hosted by the awesome Bella Jackson from Fame Trivia.
Phone 02 6239 6648 to book your table to play!
The 22nd Greek Film Festival comes to Canberra for a jam-packed weekend of Greek food and wine, live music and compelling cinema.
Celebrate a great civilisation through the art of cinema.
Film tickets are only $12 and opening night launch tickets are $40 which include a huge amount of delicious Greek Food, drinks and live music.
The Canberra leg of the film festival will feature a curated list of five screenings and some great special events.
Hands Like Houses @ ANU Bar
Australian rock band Hands Like Houses are proud to announce a worldwide headline tour in support of their upcoming and third studio album, Dissonants, which will be released this spring through Rise Records. The tour will kick off in Australia on Oct 9th, followed by a U.S. run Oct 23rd-Nov 27, and UK dates Nov 30th-Dec 11th.
William Strutt was the first great exponent of history painting to work in Australia. His spectacular work depicting the brutal and beautiful Australian landscape, explorers and bushrangers is iconic, and informs the way we envisage colonial life in the mid-nineteenth century. Heroes and Villains brings together Strutt’s oils, watercolours, sketches and prints from the extensive collections at the National Library with dramatic works from several major Australian collections.
10 am–5 pm
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.
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.