HAPPY Tuesday, everyone.
Sharni is away from the newsroom today so it's my turn to give our loyal readers thoughts on what to do tonight.
It's Tuesday in another busy week in Ballarat and despite the arrival of spring, it is still cold. Since it's not the greatest night on television, what do you do?
The answer, of course, is to dust-off the Monopoly set and stack your hotels all over Mayfair, take control of every railway station and become the property mogul you know you were born to be!
Monopoly is the sort of game that's always fun, no matter how old you get. The whole family can pass go and collect $200 or win second prize in the beauty pageant - or even go to jail.
So why not roll the dice on a great way to spend an hour or two tonight.
The Art Gallery is teaming up with the Ballarat Arts Foundation to welcome well-known tenor and Ballarat son David Hobson for a special concert. Tickets for the event are $125 but all the funds are going to the good work of the foundation, supporting emerging artists. Hobson will perform Robert Schumann's Dichterliebe followed by Robbie Burns songs and will be accompanied by pianist Sharolyn Kimmorley.
Something at the cinema
The Bourne Legacy is screening at 8.45pm
Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted is screening at 6.25pm.
One World Birth is screening at 6.25pm.
Something on TV
Poh's Kitchen Lends A Hand, ABC1 at 8.30
Popular chef Poh joins a community program called STREAT which is giving Melbourne's homeless youth a chance to come in from the edge of society. By receiving training in street cafés these young adults are finding their feet in life.