SHARNI Carroll is enjoying her second day of her mid-week weekend (yep, I'm confused), so I'm again filling her shoes. Will be great to see your smiling face back in the office tomorrow.
It's Hump Day today. Mid week, the day that starts the downward slide to the weekend. Wednesday is also the night Ballarat uni students really let their hair down (well mid-week anyway) and party. Uni night is a big deal in Ballarat, with hundreds of students taking advantage of special offers for uni card holders at popular night spots throughout the city.
For those of us who aren't uni students, how about getting some mid-week exercise to help get rid of that mid-tummy spread. Why not take advantage of today's warm weather (because the rest of the week will see a return to winter conditions) and put your walking/running shoes on for a walk/jog/run around our beautiful Lake Wendouree. Make it a chance for you and your friends to catch up for a walk 'n' talk. You can catch up on the goss you have missed out on while losing some unwanted kilos at the same time.
For us in the Quinlan household, it will be a quick tea then an even quicker dash off to an information night at daughter #2's school at 7pm.
For those who like folk music, US singer-songwriter Kristina Olsen will be performing at the Babushka Cafe in Humffray Street North tonight as part of her whirlwind tour of west and south-west Victoria.
The two-hour show will start at 8pm. Tickets are $25 pre-purchased, $28 on door or $20 concession. For information telephone 5331 8459.
US singer-songwriter Kristina Olsen will be performing at the Babushka Cafe in Humffray Street North tonight Details above.
Something at the cinema
Kath and Kimderella is screening at 7.15pm and 9.20pm.
The Sapphires is screening at 7pm.
The Expendables 2 is screening at 7.05pm and 9.20pm.
Something on TV
Another night of singing sensations on The X Factor on Prime at 7.30pm. Follow this up with an exciting episode of Criminal Minds at 8.30pm, also on Prime. For those in the mood for love, WIN has The Farmer Wants a Wife at 8.30pm or watch the popular Puberty Blues on Ten, also at 8.30pm.