Friday, August 21, 2009

At a loose end for what to do this weekend, August 21-23

It's the weekend! Here's Northside Makers Collective's guide to the best places to be seen on your days off.

Queen Victoria Woman's Center Open Day
Take on a tour of the womens centre, check out the exhibitions but most of all pick up some scrummy gingerbread from Melbourne Epicure and a new brooch from Curlypops who'll be two Northside gals taking part in the market supporting women in micro business.

Saturday 22nd August
10.30 - 3.30
210 Lonsdale St


CERES Organic Food and Craft Market
Pick up some local ingredients for lunch or dine at the cafe while the kids enjoy the great outdoors.

Saturday 22nd August (and every Saturday)
CERES Community Environment Park
8 Lee St, East Brunswick

Northside Makers Coffee and Crochet
Join us for our first social event.
Don't worry if you can't crochet, the coffee and coversation will be flowing too.

Sunday 23rd August
Crunch Cafe
660 High St, Thornbury

facepaint by SkyLarkEPIEL 2009 Fundraiser
Everyday People Improving Everyday Lives is a non-profit group providing funds and material support to people in need through their online services. They've got an online opshop for their clients - why not
make a donation of goods or money? EPIEL have their big fundraiser this Sunday with bands, comedy, facepainting and more.

Sunday 23rd August
Fitzroy Bowling and Sports Club
578 Brunswick Street, North Fitzroy
$5 adults, kids free

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