WHAT’S ON IN LAUNCESTON | WEEK ENDING 17 SEPTEMBER 2017

Josef Chromy’s Open Kitchen | Sporting Legends Luncheon | Women’s 5K Run | Best Schnitzel/Parmi + more

Launceston - Week to WeekLAUNCESTON WEEK ENDING 17 SEPTEMBER 2017

Launceston Week Ending 17 September 2017

Tuesday 12 September

BAKERSFIELD MIST – comedy Starring John Wood and Julie Nihill

7.30pm-9.30pm | Princess Theatre Launceston

Maude (Julie Nhill), an unemployed bartender, has bought a painting for a few bucks from an op shop. Despite almost trashing it, she now thinks it’s a Jackson Pollock worth millions. In fact she’s certain it is.  But when world-class art expert, Lionel Percy (John Wood), flies over from New York and arrives at her trailer park home in Bakersfield to authenticate the painting, he really has no idea what he’s about to discover.

Based on a true story, Bakersfield Mist is a comedy set in the present day.
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Bakersfield Mist - Princess Theatre, Launceston
Bakersfield Mist – Princess Theatre, Launceston

Wednesday 13 September

Women Entrepreneurs Networking Lunch

12.15pm-1.30pm | Launceston Linc, Level 2, Civic Square

Come and join like minded business women over lunch, listen to an informative speaker and grab the opportunity to tell your business story.  We are pleased to present as our guest speaker Tara Howell.  Tea, coffee and juice provided. BYO lunch.  For further information please contact Debbie Steer at: debbie.steer@businessandemployment.biz  or phone 0408963223 – see Examiner Story

HENRY’S COCKTAIL MASTERCLASS

7pm-9pm | Henry’s Bar & Restaurant, Cameron St.  FULL DETAILS HERE

Henry's Cocktail Masterclass - Launceston
Henry’s Cocktail Masterclass – Launceston

Friday 15 September

AUSSIE LEGENDS SPORTING LUNCHEON

11:30 am5:00 pm | Country Club Tasmania, Country Club Avenue
Launceston, Tasmania 7250 Australia
+ Google Map
$165
Aussie Legends Sporting Luncheon

3 courses – beer, wines & soft drinks.

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Saturday 16 September

WHAT A WONDERFULD WORLD – A FAIR FOR ALL

10am-2pm | Launceston Grammar, 36 Button St., Mowbray Heights

Launceston Grammar Fair - Saturday 16 September 2017

Sustainable Energy Expo

9:30 AM – 4 PM | Albert HallTamar St. 

Tasvent Supply Company are exhibiting at the Sustainable Energy Expo – there will be a number of exhibitors all showcasing Energy Saving Ideas! We will be showcasing our Fully Automated Home Ventilation System.  $5 entry, under 18 free.

Sustainable Energy Expo - Launceston

PERFECT PASTA COOKING SCHOOL

10:00 am3:00 pm | Red Feather Inn, 42 Main Street, Hadspen
Launceston, Tas. 7290 Australia + Google Map
$250
Red Feather Inn Cooking Class - Perfect Pasta

Red Feather Inn, Hadspen, Tas.

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BEST SCHNITZEL/PARMI

12:00 pm2:00 pm | O’Keefe’s Hotel, 124 George St, Launceston + Google Map
$18 – $20
BEST PARMI - O'KEEFE'S

Vote for the Best Tasting Chicken

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Buttons Brewing Unofficial Launch

2pm | Tandy’s Alehouse, 100-102 Elizabeth St.

Buttons Brewing Unofficial Launch

OPEN KITCHEN – JOSEF CHROMY

6:00 pm9:00 pm | Josef Chromy Wines, Relbia Rd., Relbia  + Google Map
OPEN KITCHEN - JOSEF CHROMY
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HENRY’S SPEAKEASY | MND FUNDRAISER

7:00 pm9:00 pm | Henry’s Bar & Restaurant, 61 Cameron Street + Google Map
Henry's Speakeasy MDN Fundraiser

hosted by the Show Club …

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BOOTLEG

7:00 pm11:30 pm | Rockin’ Hot Pizza, Shop 8, Quadrant Plaza, 94 York Street  + Google Map
Bootleg - Rockin' Hot Pizza, Launceston

Rockin’ Hot Pizza

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Sunday 17 September

CONVICTS TO CLASSICS CAR & BIKE SHOW

10am-3pm | Woolmers Estate, 658 Woolmers Lane, Longford

Woolmer's Estate - Convict to Classics Car & Bike Show
Woolmer’s Estate – Convict to Classics Car & Bike Show

CANCER COUNCIL TASMANIA’S WOMEN’S 5KM EVENT

10am-12.30pm | City Park, Tamar St.

What's on in Launceston

Doors Open

10:00 AM to 04:00 PM | Various Venues around Launceston – SEE FULL DETAILS HERE

Venues include:  Town Hall, Police Headquarters, Magistrates Court, Macquarie House, Glasgow Engineering, Holy Trinity Anglican Church, City Park Radio, Masonic Centre, St John’s Church, Launceston Fire Station, Launceston City Band Rooms, Basin Cottage, North Esk Rowing Club, Tibetan Buddhist Institute, Carr Villa Crematorium, Island Fresh Produce, Ass. Prof Don McTaggart’s Cardiology Clinic and Margaret Street Detention Basin

Admission:
Adults $15 (All Venues)
Adults $10 (Two Venues)
Children 14 years & under FREE!

Doors Open Flyer

HIGH TEA – SERIES 11 – SPRING

11.30am-4.15pm | Delicious Little Things, 166 Charles Street, Launceston
High Tea - Delicious Little Things

CLYTIE & ME

2pm-3.45pm | Meeting Room, Queen Victoria Museum at Inveresk

September Audio-Visual Presentation – Guy Burns & Eric Sargent: ‘Clytie & Me’ ‘ was created by Guy Burns. The subject is Eric Sargent who grew up by the sea at East Wynyard. Born in 1928, it follows his life in the Scouts, bush walking, including two epic trips walking across the Tasmanian highlands in 1947 and 1948, family man, proprietor of Craclair Tours for 37 years, and in retirement, building and paddling canoes. The Clytie was a much-loved 33-inch wooden boat built in 1925 and given to Eric as a Christmas gift 10 years later. In 2004, he retrieved the boat from a cupboard and restored her. The Clytie now has pride of place at the front entrance of his home.  Free event. Everyone is welcome. Afternoon tea will be served.

Clytie & Me - Launceston Historical Society

PIRATE SWORD TRAINING

3pm-4pm | Van Diemen’s Land Pirate Crew  Prince’s Square, Frederick St.

FREE family fun sword training  – come along and learn proper sword technique and footwork
using larp weapons for safety.
Private Sword Training - Launceston

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