I LOVE Fridays, and I love trivia nights.
The first trivia night I went to was my year seven camp. I remember being super embarrassed when one of the questions was "Who is the sports coordinator?" knowing full well it was my dad.
I think it was the PE staff's way of welcoming me to high school.
The SpringFest Trivia Night at St Patrick's College Pavilion is on tonight. Nothing beats door prizes, games, auctions, BYO nibbles and snacks and the fun in whispering your answers across the table.
Tickets cost $15 and the night starts at 7pm. To buy tickets phone 0400 524 533 or visit
If you're in the mood for music, why not catch one of Australia's longest-performing rock n roll bands, The Delltones. They've been playing for five decades and tonight they're on stage at Her Maj.
Tickets are $55 and the concert starts at 8pm. For bookings phone 5333 5888 or visit
As for me, I'm heading home to Melbourne to dine at one of my favourite restaurants - Sakura in Spring Teppanyaki Restaurant on Clarendon Street. They cook everything right in front of you and love testing their skills coming up with dishes that aren't on the menu just for a bit of fun.
Trivia night at St Patrick's Pavilion and The Delltones at Her Majesty's. Ticket details above.
Something to listen to
Rory Ellis is playing at Portico on Sturt tonight from 8.30pm. Entry is $10.
For something different, why not head out of town to The Bridge Hotel in Castlemaine and watch Peter Black with Laura Imbruglia from 8.30pm. Entry is $10.
At Karova Lounge, Frankenbok are headling, with supports Wildeornes and Saprotroph. 8.30pm, $10.
Something at the cinema
The Bourne Legacy is screening at 4pm, 6.40pm and 9.20. Or treat yourself to a Gold Class session at 9.15pm.
The Sapphires is screening at 4.35pm, 6.45pm and 9.10pm. Or, head along to Gold Class at 3.30pm and 6.45pm.
The Dark Knight Rises is screening at 6pm and 9pm.
Something on the TV
Has anyone got into Big Brother this time round? If you are a fan, or you want to check it out, it's on WIN tonight at 7.30pm.
Friday night football on Prime will be on our TV with the clash between St Kilda and Geelong starting at 7.30pm.
Something on the weekend
Tomorrow the Vintage-A-Fair sale is being held at the Brown Hill Hall on Humffray Street North with more than 20 stalls of vintage and designer clothing and related items. Entry is $2 and the fair runs from 10am to 3.30pm.
On Sunday, everyone is welcome to attend a walk retracing the surviving assets of the River Loddon & Tributaries Water Supply Co with an expert guide from the Great Dividing Trail Association. You have to book your spot this afternoon by phoning Ed on 0434 672 392. The walk is about 12km and costs $5 per person.
If you're a bit more of an action person, the Victorian Roller Derby Competition is in Ballarat on Sunday at 12pm. Entry costs $15 and the event is at Ken Kay Badminton Stadium, Dowling St, Wendouree.