Community Ft Jordan Brando at ONE22– Friday 26 March
Making his debut at ONE22 for Community this Friday from 9pm, Melbourne based producer and DJ, Jordan Brando will be getting behind the deck and playing tracks including his most recent release. Get all the information here.
Lifeline Canberra Book Fair – Friday 26 to Sunday 28 March
Put your reading glasses on, the Lifeline Book Fair is back at Thoroughbred Park, raising money for its local crisis support service. Join them any day this weekend from 9am and explore their massive range of second-hand books. A gold coin donation is required for entry, for more information head to their website.
Canoes, Cool Climate Wines and Canapés on Lake Burley Griffin – Saturday 27 March
Paddle on the waters of Lake Burley Griffin as you sip champagne in a custom-built canoe for a lovely afternoon of local eats and cool climate wines while your guide takes you through the capital from a different perspective. Mid-morning or afternoon sessions are available. Get your tickets here.
Sew a Toy Softie Workshop – Saturday 27 March
Take the kids and learn how to make a hand sewn soft toy at POP Canberra. Be taken through how to design, cut and create a toy from a drawing and sewing techniques for felt. The 2.5-hour workshop will also teach you basic sewing techniques that can be used in everyday life. Get your tickets here.
Pilates in the Vineyard – Saturday 27 March
Wind down and relax with a beautiful Pilates class at Enotria Wines lead by Lucas Studios, followed by a wine tasting from the vineyard to further release all your tension and stress. Spend your afternoon the right way, book your tickets in here.
Public Art Treasure Hunt: Braddon Nighttime Edition– Saturday 27 March
Inspired by Enlighten this edition of public art treasure hunts will be hosted at night, drawing you to illuminated treasures found only in the dark. To join in, go to Art Hunt Headquarters in Haig park any time from 7-10:30pm, there you will be given a treasure map and an art label to stick somewhere in the local Braddon area. Use the treasure map to find the piece of art that matches your label and attach it! Find additional information here.
Flix n’ Dickson – Saturday 27 March
Take the whole family for a picnic and free movie at Dickson’s Post Office Courtyard. This week will include a special Youth Week event kicking off at 5pm with skateboard BMX workshops, youth bands and DJs and Warehouse Circus classes. Then per usual at 6pm Lucy Sparkles and friends will be performing, followed by a screening of The Karate Kid at 8pm. The event organisers also urge you to support local and grab something for dinner in the area to bring along for your picnic. Tickets are free but to secure your spot register here.
Braddon Merchant: Alfresco Pop-up – Saturday 27 March
Braddon Merchant presents a refreshing spritz special for the month of March. Available at the Al Fresco Afternoons pop-up, enjoy a Good Food Month prosecco spritz with a side of salumi for just $25 per person every Saturday from 4-8pm. Perched on the promenade of Braddon Merchant, Al Fresco Afternoons invites you to slow down, sit for a while and enjoy an oh-so-fresh spritz and snack with good company. Book a table on their website.
Buvette Bistro: Taste of Buvette – Saturday 27 March
Love is in the air during the month of March as Buvette Bistro invites you to fall in love with their menu all over again every Saturday night from 6pm. Enjoy a specially curated five-course grazing style menu for Good Food Month using fresh, quality ingredients that showcase the best of seasonal, locally sourced produce. Book a table on their website.
Lilotang: Flavours of Lilotang – Saturday 27 March
This Good Food Month, Head Chef Changwoo Ryu of Lilotang is celebrating fresh, seasonal flavours with a special Flavours of Lilotang menu. Enjoy the smooth and exciting combination of flavours from the menu with your own beverage choices, or pair with matched sake for a full sensory experience. Book in for dinner now.
Celebrate Harvest at Tallagandra Hill – Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 March
Celebrate harvest at Tallagandra Hill Saturday and Sunday in their cellar door courtyard from 12-4pm with live music, Tallagandra wines and delicious pizzas. Tickets are $30 ($20 for kids) and include a large pizza and one glass of wine or non-alcoholic drink. Get your tickets here.
Simpson Trivia at The Durham – Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 March
Prove your knowledge on the hit cartoon sitcom classic, The Simpsons at The Durham’s trivia night from 7:30pm. Tickets are $10 and there will be prizes to be won, including best dressed. Book a table now for your team on their website.
Les Bistronomes: French Mushroom Celebration – Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 March
Chef Clément Chauvin of Les Bistronomes has created a six-course set menu exclusively for Good Food Month, dedicated to celebrating the flavours of French mushrooms. Each course will showcase a different variety of mushroom and will come with a full description of textures, aroma and locale of the internationally-sourced fungi. Experience a full French affair with matched French wines for an additional $50 per person. The mushroom celebration is available for lunch and dinner, book a table here.
German Markets at Harmonie German Club – Sunday 28 March
The popular German markets are back again for another epic day of feasting on delicious German deli, breads, cakes, wines, beer and schnapps. And as usual there will also be a beautiful selection of handmade crafts and speciality stores. Join the Harmonie German Club for 9am-1pm in Narrabundah. Find additional information about the day here.
Harvest Morning at Lake George Winery – Sunday 28 March
Extend your knowledge of Canberra’s amazing wine region with Lake George Winery. Grab your gumboots and join them in harvesting their grapes at 9am, then learn what the next steps of making look like, taste the wine being made and get dirty with some foot stomping. Then, end the morning with a wine tasting and brunch at Westering Restaurant. You will even be able to pick up the wine you helped create once it is ready. Kids and dogs are also welcome. Grab your tickets here.