Welcome to another cold Canberra weekend everyone! With a bunch of activities going on around town, be sure to grab a coat and a few mates to check out our top 10 things lined up for the days ahead…
Back for its third year from Friday 7 July to Sunday 9 July, 11 am – 8 pm, the World Curry Festival sprawls along City Walk with 30 stalls that are sure to tantalise your taste buds offering curries and delights from all over the world including India, Laos, Thailand, Sri Lanka and the Philippines.
8pm Friday 7 July
The boys are moving to the bug US! This will be their last show in Australia for quite some time. Drawing North has toured throughout America including festivals SXSW and Sundance Film Festival, and have now made the call to pursue music further with Los Angeles as our home base, so come along for one last hurrah in their home town.
11am Saturday 8 July
To celebrate NAIDOC and Our Languages Matter, head down to the Belconnen Arts Centre for a free, family festival of live music, dancing, food stalls, fun, face painting and hands-on craft activities. Bring the family down to the lake to join in some traditional weaving or sit around the campfire and listen to some yarns.
8pm Saturday 8 July
Direct from another off-Broadway season in New York and an appearance on the Colbert show, the Umbilical Brothers most beloved show is back in the nation’s capital. On for just one night only, this is an act not to be missed!
Celebrate winter with tasty food, stargazing, winter crafts and science shows with Questacon’s Mid-Winter Nights. In addition to their eight action-packed galleries, immerse yourself in the ultimate winter activity these July school holidays!
Also, don’t miss…
Warm trees at the National Arboretum of Australia – All weekend
Creative Fibre at the Old Bus Depot Markets – 10am Sunday 9 July
Petit Feast at Buvette Bistro & Wine Bar – 11:30am Saturday 8 July
Freewheeling exhibition at the National Museum of Australia – Last weekend
The Truffle Festival at various locations in Canberra – All weekend