TGIF! It's close to my knock off time and I can't wait. I'm on annual leave for a week so you can enjoy my colleagues columns until my return.
Just to rub it in, I'm flying out to Thailand on Sunday and the weather is supposed to be beautiful! Bikinis here we come!
But, before I go I have a couple of best and fairest's to attend and the first one is tonight.
As for you, if you don't have any plans there are heaps of things happening in Ballarat to keep you entertained.
Circus Olympia is in town until Sunday. Tonight there is a show on at 7.30pm. As for tomorrow you can head along at 2pm or 7.30pm and 1pm on Sunday. Tickets start at $25 for an adult and $15 for a child. The circus is set up at the Ballarat Show Grounds on the corner of Creswick Road and Howitt Street. To purchase tickets go to www.circusolympia.com.au
Now, this is something I'm really excited about. A film called This is Roller Derby is screening at the Regent Cinemas in Lydiard Street North at 7pm. The feature documentary follows the newly formed Ballarat Roller Derby League and its skaters over the course of twelve months. It is supposed to be awesome!
Circus Olympia is in town and the feature documentary This is Roller Derby is screening at the Regent Cinemas. Details above.
Something at the cinema
Looper is screening at 4.30pm and 9.20pm. Or head along to a Gold Class session at 9.15pm.
Mental is screening at 4pm, 6.45pm and 9.15pm. Or treat yourself to a Gold Class screening at 8.25pm.
Taken 2 is screening at 4.35pm, 7.15pm and 9.20pm. Or there is a Gold Class screening at 7pm.
Something on TV
There are heaps of good movies on TV tonight. Prime is airing The Bourne Supremacy at 9pm. I Am Legend is on WIN at 8.30pm and Date Night is on Ten at 8.30pm.
Something on this weekend
The Waubra Community Festival is on tomorrow at the Community Hub on the Sunraysia Highway. The festival has stalls with local fresh produce, BBQ's and a variety of food stalls. There will be live entertainment from the Mahony Brothers, little athletics, display’s including hand shearing and spinning and horticultural displays. Just for the kids there will be rides, face painting, jumping castles, animal nursery and a rock climbing wall. Entry costs: Adult $8, Child $2, Child U/5 Free. The festival kicks off at 10am to 4pm.