Ausmusic T-Shirt Day
With tours and festivals cancelled and venues closed, musicians' careers have been put on ice. Ausmusic T-Shirt Day is a nationwide celebration of Australian music - a day to wear your fave Ausmusic T-Shirt and raise money for those in music doing it tough. Head to the Harbord Hotel to help raise funds for Support Act and celebrate the Aussie music scene at the same time, with live performances by local acts Loretta, Oly Sherman and Aloe Vera from 8.30pm.
Tag team surfing
Teams of local surfers and surf enthusiasts are competing in this year's Lifeline Classic to raise funds for Lifeline Northern Beaches. Up to 20 teams are taking part, with community groups and businesses all getting involved. Teams are made up of four plus a local surf pro who joins them on the day. The aim is to raise $100,000 to support Lifeline's vital work in the LGA. Find out more at www.lifelineclassic.com.au or come along and watch all the action for free from 8am on Saturday at Queenscliff Beach.
Festive family markets
Head to the Pittwater Christmas markets this Sunday where you'll find more than 150 stalls, festive food, gifts and lots of community spirit. It's on at Winnererremy Bay, off Mona Street, from 10am-4pm.
Meet the designer
Hear from select artists and designers about their works, inspirations and creative processes on display as part of the functional and wearable design categories at this year's Environmental Art and Design Prize. Artists are: Tracie Axton, Ruth Downes, Gina Mastio, Matthew Harkness, Elle Nelhams, Mark O'Ryan, Gemma and Richard Rasdall. Free event. On at Curl Curl Creative Space, 105 Abbott Road from 3-4pm this Sunday.
White Ribbon Day
Northern Beaches Domestic Violence Network and Northern Beaches Council is asking you to wear white this Friday and start a conversation with family and friends for White Ribbon Day. Also, on Thursday, November 25, have a Picnic with a Purpose with friends, wear white and tag @northernbeachesdvnetwork with your ideas using #picnicwithapurpose #beachessaysno.
Live music is well and truly back at the Co-Op Club on the shores of Pittwater, at the Church Point Waterfront Store. On the bill this Sunday afternoon is Luke Escombe, an internationally renowned rock-soul singer and raconteur. To book your spot, phone 9979 6633.
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