G4 Guitar Schools is having a fundraising event for underprivileged children in Sydney. There will be free guitar lessons all day along with children’s face painting. Any funds generated on the day will be donated to Barnardos.
Join the the rest of the world in World Cup FootballSoccer ball sport frenzy by communally cheering or crying at a huge screen in Belmore Park. There will be all sorts going on like regulated selfie booths, world cup themed food vendors, football-shaped seats and a 12 metre inflatable football pitch.
Here are the next games:
Jun 19: Australia v Netherlands – 2am kick off Jun 24: Australia v Spain – 2am kick off
WHEN: Every Friday and Saturday Night, Gates 5.30pm
First Race ~7pm
WHERE: Wentworth Park , Wentworth Park Road Glebe
Wentworth Park are offering free tickets to their Friday and Saturday night events from now to 14 June. Simply call 8587 1203 and mention ‘Whats on Sydney- the city of sydney’ and they’lll post out the free admission tickets (limit of 10 per person)
This is also a great opportunity to stock up on the rare and delicious delicacy that is Passiona.
Bilum, or string bags, made by a hand-looping technique are one of the most commonly used and worn objects in Papua New Guinea. They are made from a wide range of materials including plant fibres and acrylic and wool yarn. The various styles, patterns, colours and materials of traditional bilum point to the area where they were made.
Florence Kamel is the managing director of Jaukae Bilum Products and works with a co-operative of women in Papua New Guinea to produce original works of bilum. In this demonstration she shows techniques and explains the lore of bilum.
The zines will cost you, but looking is free. And there are usually some pretty awesome zines to fiddle through before you decide to part with that sweaty $2 coin you’ve been holding in your hand all day for just the right one.
There’s even a zine called c*nt… fuck, is swearing allowed on tumblr? Better use the star to bleep anything rude out: **** ****** ***** LOL. Now that was rude.