I love Friday's so much and today is especially exciting, because as soon as I leave work I'm heading to the beach for a girls’ weekend with my sisters. We haven't had a sisters holiday since I was probably seven and I guess as you get older and your siblings gets married, it’s a rare occurrence that you can get away with just them. My eldest sister Erin got married last weekend so I can't wait to spend time with her to debrief and share each other’s stories.
As for you, there is heaps happening in Ballarat! The Creswick Neighbourhood Centre is hosting a friendly, casual musos jam session from 6pm to 7.30pm and anyone is welcome. It's BYO instruments or just your voice. Cost: gold coin donation.
Otherwise if a market is what you're in the mood for, then you're in luck! The Caledonian Art, Craft & Produce Market is on tonight at the corner of Water & Thompson streets, Ballarat. It starts at 5pm - 8.30pm. Have a great weekend!
Public jam session in Creswick or head along to a market. As for me, I'm hitting the beach!
Something to listen to
Former member of Hunters and Collectors Jack Howard is performing at Portico on Sturt at 8pm. Tickets $10 on the door. The Apes supported by Sheriff and Whipped Cream Chargers are all playing at the Karova Lounge on the corner of Field and Camp streets from 8.30pm. Tickets cost $10.
Something new to try
The Chinese Australian Cultural Society Ballarat is conducting training in traditional Chinese lion dance and Shaolin Kung Fu at Gplace, 102 English Street, Golden Point, today from 6.30pm to 8pm. Age opens to 10 onward, free of charge. For more information contact Michelle Phillips on 0421 608 783 or Charles Zhang on 0422 343 357.
Something at the movies
Argo is screening at 6.45pm and 9.15pm. Or treat yourself to a Gold Class session at 6.35pm or 9.15pm.
Bachelorette is screening at 7pm and 9.10pm.
Paranormal Activity 4 is screening at 7.15pm and 9.20pm.
Something on TV
Up for a movie? The Prestige is on at 8.30pm on WIN.