04DEC 2016
Ireland Festival

Ireland Festival

For an island with so much rain we remain shuddering in front of a fire most of the time, we certainly have a surprising love for outdoor music festivals. We look at some of the best ways to spend your weekends in Ireland this summer and the top ten music festivals. 1. Electric Picnic September 4 - September…

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02DEC 2016
BBQ in Melbourne

BBQ in Melbourne

Article written by contributing writer Stephanie H. I’ll admit it; I’m pretty new to the BBQ scene. I never even attempted to try cooking BBQ until my daughter couldn’t bring her famous ribs to our family cookout one year. I tried to prepare them the way she did. Unfortunately, the results were not the…
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30NOV 2016
Taste of Melbourne Festival

Taste of Melbourne Festival

Taste of Melbourne is a novel idea in my book being that it s my first experience at such an event. To bring together some of the most well known restaurants scattered across Melbourne to one area is perfect for people like myself because I love (LVE) food but I can t be bothered with the traveling time…

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28NOV 2016
Carmel Painting

Carmel Painting

CARMEL ON CANVAS PLEIN AIR PAINT OUT - SEPTEMBER 18-20 Carmel on Canvas Plein Air Paint Out provides artists with 3 days of plein air painting in the Carmel Arts & Design District. There are 3 divisions; professional, nonprofessional, and student. There will be a total of $10, in awards. The…
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26NOV 2016
Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2014

Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2014

Today at the iconic Capitol Theatre, 13 of the nation’s sharpest school-aged comic acts went head to head in a battle for the most laughs at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s Class Clowns National Grand Final for their chance to be crowned the most hilarious teen act in the country. The winner…

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23NOV 2016
NZ Celebration

NZ Celebration

The first Labour Day was celebrated by trade unionists on 28 October 1890, as part of a campaign to have the eight-hour working day extended to all industries. Some New Zealand workers had enjoyed that right since 1840, when it was first demanded by Wellington carpenter Samuel Duncan Parnell. Tomato…
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21NOV 2016
Melbourne Eats

Melbourne Eats

THEY head the kitchens of some of Melbourne’s most famous restaurants. But when they are off the clock, our best chefs seek out the little local gems serving big-flavoured food with a little price tag. From fab pho in Footscray to late-night sub sandwiches in Windsor, there are heaps of super spots around…

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19NOV 2016
Peace Arch, Washington

Peace Arch, Washington

Picnic & Day-Use Facilities There are 85 unsheltered picnic tables, including several ADA tables at the park, available first come, first serve. Activities Trails 0.6 miles of hiking trails Other Activities & Features Bird watching Two horseshoe pits Swing set and play field Interpretive Opportunities The park features horticultural displays and historical signage…

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17NOV 2016
Awesome Arts Festival

Awesome Arts Festival

Get ready, we’re taking over the Perth Cultural Centre from 1-15 October! Excursion Booking Forms for the 2016 AWESOME Festival will be available shortly! Bookings will fill up fast, and there are only a limited number of workshops available, we recommend getting in early to avoid disappointment. Inspire your students with an AWESOME Festival excursion in Term 4! 2016 Excursions…

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