10 – Marymead Monster Garage and Plant Sale

Grab some bargains at the Marymead Monster Garage and Plant Sale! Check out the range of plants, books, toys, clothing and bric-a-brac – with all proceeds going to Marymead.

Saturday February 15, 9am – 1pm

255 Goyder St, Narrabundah



9 – BCS Early Childhood Centres’ Open Day

If you’re a parent or carer searching for a quality education and care centre for your child, this is your chance to explore all that BCS has to offer. Visit their learning environments, meet the educators and see how Belconnen Community Service’s early childhood centres could be for your family.

Saturday February 15, 10am – 2pm

Belconnen Early Childhood Centre, Bruce Early Childhood Centre and Ginninderra Early Childhood Centre


Cost: free


8 – Icon Water presents: A Day at the Lake

Reconnect with Canberra’s most well-known aquatic location, Lake Burley Griffin, and all the activities it has to offer! There’ll be water activities, Paddle Hub Kayak come and try, live entertainment, supervised free swim, face painting, jumping castles, arts and crafts, Lions Belconnen BBQ lunch, CPR awareness demos, prizes and giveaways, a mega lucky dip and more!
Sunday February 16, 10am – 1pm

Black Mountain Peninsula


Cost: free


7 – Free Tennis Open Days

The Canberra School of Tennis is hosting FREE Open Days in Tuggeranong and Weston Creek. Head along to try programs including ANZ Hot Shots for kids, Fitbit Cardio Tennis for adults & Social Tennis for all. All juniors who enrol for term 1 tennis lessons will get a free junior racquet, shirt and drink bottle.

Saturday February 15, 1pm – 3pm

Weston Creek Tennis Club and The Pines Tennis Club


Cost: free


6 – Canberra BeerFest

BeerFest will take festival-goers on a journey of beer and food discovery –  exploring rare brews, beer/food pairing and exclusive festival brews, ciders, cocktails and boutique spirits from around the country, direct from the brewers. There’ll also be delicious food, comedy and live entertainment headlined by Aussie electronic dance group Art vs Science.

Saturday February 15, 1pm – 8pm

Commonwealth Place


Cost: General Admission $42.26


5 – Open Air Cinema

Make a night of it under the stars at American Express Openair Cinemas! Head along to Patrick White Lawns for an array of alternative entertainment, live music and DJ performances before the latest and greatest feature films light up the big screen. Showing this final weekend is Jumanji: The Next Level and The Gentlemen.

On till February 16

Patrick White Lawns


Cost: General Admission $20, Concession $17, Prime Video Lounge $42, Group Pass $70


4 – Beyond The Blaze
A massive call out to the Bungendore and surrounding districts to stand together and support those in need after the recent bushfires. Performing on the day local legends Hayley Jensen and Brewn, Ingrid Mae and Chalkie White, Stewart Barton, Jessica Ferris, Wallace Mair and the J Waygood Band. All proceeds will be donated to the local RFS and the Salvation Army Fire Fund.

Sunday February 16, 1pm – 7pm

Lake George Hotel


Cost: $25 plus booking fee, children under 12 are free


3 – Brumbies vs Highlanders

The Brumbies hope to make it 11 home wins in a row, when they take on the Highlanders at GIO Stadium this weekend. The Brumbies Super W side also kick off their campaign on Saturday, as part of a double header, starting at 4:35pm. Both teams would love a strong vocal crowd to cheer them on!

Saturday February 15, 7:15pm

GIO Stadium


Cost: tickets from $12


2 – ShowRoom Canberra

Design, build, make, furnish, fix, landscape, decorate, buy, sell or enjoy.  The Showroom Canberra has all the home inspiration you need. Showcasing 100+ professional and quality design, build and lifestyle products and services, it’s a great day out for the whole family!

Saturday February 15 and Sunday February 16

Exhibition Park


Cost: free


1 – UC Capitals vs Melbourne Boomers

The UC Capitals secured home court advantage after finishing second on the ladder and will now face the third-placed Melbourne Boomers in a best of three semi-final series. Having only lost one game at home this season, Canberra is notoriously the toughest road trip in the league with the crowd known as the Capitals’ “sixth player”. Let’s show them how it’s done here in the nation’s capital!

Sunday February 16, doors open 4:30pm, main game 5:30pm

AIS Arena


Cost: tickets from $20

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