Pizza, pints and paint
View a live cube mural being painted by five local artists in the beer garden at 7th Day Brewing as you enjoy great local brews, pizza, burgers and live music. It's on this Saturday from 2pm. Artists include: Miguel Gonzalez, Eve Bracewell, Jaimee Paul, Joelan Wong and Meg Minkley. Bookings recommended. For more Taste of the Beaches events this May, check out the full program.
This tinnie masterclass and hot wing pairing degustation, is designed for the craft beer lover who's looking to expand their knowledge and taste buds. You'll sample a range of beers including local lagers to exotic sours, IPAs, stouts, XPAs and pale ales. Beers will be paired with hot wings. On at Wings and Tins from 3-5pm this Saturday. Bookings essential.
Living skills workshop
This homemade self-care products workshop is for anyone who wishes to learn simple, natural ways to take care of their own health in a sustainable way. Three different homemade recipes will be presented - a lip balm, a soothing gel and shower/bath bombs; you'll also get useful facts on self-care products. This is a hands-on workshop where participants will experiment and create their own products to bring back home and enjoy. On Saturday from 10am-12pm at Permaculture Northern Beaches, bookings essential at www.eventbrite.com.au.
Pop up picnic
The Hungry Ghost will be laying the lawn for a pop up picnic on Patterson Lane. The picnic pack, includes much-loved menu items or indulge in a signature jaffle or other brunch bites. Play old school outdoor games with friends and family, or sit under the umbrellas and listen to the DJ play chilled tunes. On this Saturday from 9am-1pm.
Oh what a night
Oh What A Night! is a blockbuster musical revue that has been thrilling audiences with great choreography, boundless energy, humour and instantly recognisable classic pop songs that have become timeless. Don't miss the party, it's on at Dee Why RSL Club this Saturday, doors open at 8pm. Bookings essential.
Kick up your heels
Join the Northern Beaches Country Music Club for an afternoon of bootscooting great music this Sunday. Roland Storm, Peter Eliot and Gayle O'Neil will be performing with the band. On from 1.30-5.30pm at Balgowlah RSL, entry is free, but gold coin donations accepted to support The Golden Octopus Foundation for Childhood Cancer.
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