- Sunday Brunch at District
Casual, relaxed and completely different to anything else in the area, The District is a place to visit. You can get coffee any time, while alcohol is available from mid-morning through to late in the evening every day of the week. The coffee experience in itself is sensational, with Mokambo, a family-owned Sydney company, providing the beans. Mokambo coffee is roasted in a wood-fired oven to produce a unique smooth and rich flavour. The District has 6 Beers on tap and a wide selection of bottled beers, ciders, spirits, wines and cocktails. We also have our blackboard food specials and desserts that we try to update every few weeks including our weekly specials. Live Music Every Sunday Between 12pm & 3pm The menu offers a variety of delectable options including Pizza, Salad, Pasta, Seafood and Red and White Meats to choose from. Let's do this :)
- World Cup at the Dock - Aus vs Denmark
Let’s all cheer on the Aussies together at the World Cup Thursday night. Australia vs Denmark. Rock on down to the dock and cheer on your favourite team with the rest of us. By the end we will either celebrate or commiserate. Game starts at 10pm and music and Comradery starts at 9pm. See you there. Remember to wear your woolies since it will be a cold night if our table is near the door.
- Rendezvous at Regatta point - mingles mix
• What we'll do A table has been booked at The Deck at Regatta Point. It’s is a café and functions venue with 180 degree views of Lake Burley Griffin. As they have such a large outdoor deck dining area, they are happy for people to bring their dogs whilst out walking along the lake and Commonwealth Park nearby. Another café that encourages dog patronage, they will bring your dog water if they need it, so you can all relax and enjoy the scenery from this unique vantage point overlooking the water. The Deck café is open for breakfast and lunch only. You can pop in if you're on your bike or with your dog for a walk at the Deck meet up with new friends and give your fur buddy a drink along the way. • What to bring - something warm • Important to know - you don’t have to bring a dog.
- Sunday Live Music in the District
Casual, relaxed and completely different to anything else in the area, The District is a place to visit. You can get coffee any time, while alcohol is available from mid-morning through to late in the evening every day of the week. The coffee experience in itself is sensational, with Mokambo, a family-owned Sydney company, providing the beans. Mokambo coffee is roasted in a wood-fired oven to produce a unique smooth and rich flavour. The District has 6 Beers on tap and a wide selection of bottled beers, ciders, spirits, wines and cocktails. We also have our blackboard food specials and desserts that we try to update every few weeks including our weekly specials. *Mondays 2 Pizzas for $20 *Tuesday $15 Schnitzel & Chips with any Tap Beer or House Wine *Wednesday $20 Porterhouse, Chips, Salad with any Tap Beer or Wine * Thursday $20 Burger, Chips with Beer and also live music The District isn't table service but that doesn't mean the service stops there our friendly staff don’t mind chatting with the customers. Live Music Every Sunday Between 12pm & 3pm The menu offers a variety of delectable options including Pizza, Salad, Pasta, Seafood and Red and White Meats to choose from. Light starters include Garlic Pizza Bread, Stuffed Mushrooms, Arancini Balls, Dips and Calamari an ideal for a snack for any time. The main menu features chef’s favourites of hearty Eye Fillet Steak served with Roast Pumpkin and Broccolini, Pork Belly served with Roquette and Pear Salad topped with a Balsamic Glaze, a whole range of freshly prepared Pizzas, as well as a host of other delicious meals.
- Finding Joy After Heartbreak: Session 1
September 23 12pm start 2pm finish Entry: $27.33 or $30 at the door, includes lunch Have you recently ended a relationship? or are you finding it hard to move on from your last relationship? This event will focus on ways to take a deep breath and let it go. Unlock yourself from the past and open up to an exciting and possibly better future. This will be the first of two part 2-hour sessions and will offer some ideas on how to let go and move on. Put down the baggage and pick up a new lease on life. It's open to men and women because heartache can touch us all. There will also be some information on the darker aspects of relationships and letting go of a situation which may not have been healthy for you - how do you recognise it and how do you heal from it. The second part will be next steps on how to put yourself out there again. There's different mechanisms now in society to meet people and it can be a little daunting on how it all works so we'll show you how to write a good profile, places to meet people in Canberra etc. Simone Hamilton, founder of Personally Empowered helps to inspire and guide people to unlock the power of the subconscious mind and overcome challenges, bad habits and anxiety that prevent us from achieving the life we want. Priyanka Prakash: a Vihangam Yoga meditation instructor will teach you inner peace. She says it's like a true science, its claims can be verified in the laboratory of the human soul, mind and body. We also have a special guest appearance from Author, Rachel Torrealba who will be there to sign and talk a little about her new book: Love who I am – Igniting Self-Worth. It’s a jam-packed program brought to you by Kim Meyers of Little 2 Big Biz. I would love you to hear from these amazing teachers in preparation for the possibilities awaiting you in the season of Spring.
- Spring BBQ in Sept
Changing date due to weather forecast. A nice way to bring in Spring is a BBQ GET TOGETHER. The Lake Ginninderra Western foreshore has undercover BBQs and has a large spiders web climbing net and a long flying fox for big kids plus the more traditional play equipment. There's still a smaller playground with expert monkey bars and a simulated snowboard. Plenty of clear space around to kick the footy or play outdoor games and set up a picnic on the grass, or tables spread throughout. Covered and uncovered barbecue areas make it a good spot. On a hot day we can swim at Yerra Beach. There's a small separated area for the young and a much larger swimming area for stronger swimmers plus a tiny island that lies on the barrier. Make sure you keep an eye out for signs, as sometimes the beach may be closed due to algae or other problems. Bike and walking paths run around the lake, so if you want to bring your bike it's an easy to ride. There's lots to do so bring your esky with snags and a picnic and let's just chill out in on the weekend.