From farm animals to epic food and gigs, if you find yourself around town this weekend, be sure to check out our top 10 events happening in Canberra.
9am Saturday 29 July
Etsy is teaming up with payment provider, Square, for a card-only community market in Canberra from 9am – 3pm, Saturday 29 July. Shoppers will enjoy the best of the online market’s community of designers, makers and curators all in the one place at the new event that is sure to attract a cashless crowd at Exhibition Park in Canberra.
10am Sunday 30 July
Head along to the main paddock at Pialligo Estate this Sunday for a day full of market stalls and activities. On offer will be a range of local stallholders showcasing gourmet food, wine and spirits; a petting zoo, and a number of master classes throughout the day.
10am Sunday 30 July
Every bride-to-be will be lining up for a taste of the annual Canberra Wedding Fair at the AIS Arena this weekend. The fair will feature Canberra’s leading wedding providers offering aisle after aisle of exciting and informative displays, from cakes to honeymoon hotspots and jewellery displays.
8pm Sunday 30 July
The show recreates Queen’s 1986 World Tour concert featuring more than 20 of the band’s greatest hits such as We Will Rock You, Bohemian Rhapsody, We Are the Champions, Under Pressure and Fat-Bottomed Girls. With great attention to detail on vocals and costumes, this is the closest to the real thing that you can get in 2017.
11am Saturday 29 July
Has it been a stressful week at work? Learn the art of relaxation and wellness at Canberra Centre tomorrow. Aveda, educator and yoga instructor, reveals the healing powers behind the ancient Ayurvedic philosophy that combines yoga, massage, acupuncture and herbal medicine for a better mind, body and spirit connection.
Also don’t miss…
Night Ski & Ride at Corin Forest – 5:30pm Friday 28 July
Ultimate Women’s Weekend Canberra at EPIC – All weekend
Santa Speedo Shuffle for cystic fibrosis at Canberra Southern Cross Yacht Club – 10am Sunday 30 July
Warm Trees at The National Arboretum – Last weekend