Friday, February 19, 2010

This weekend @ Docklands: Wooden Boat Festival, Chinese New Year, Market & $15 Pizza Pasta Day

It's another jam-packed weekend at Docklands. Kicking off tonight will be St Kilda versus Collingwood in the pre-season NAB Cup. They play at Etihad Stadium tonight, doors open from 6pm. Check out what's also happening this weekend below:

Melbourne Wooden Boat Festival (19th-21st Feb)
The Melbourne Wooden Boat Festival at Victoria Harbour, brings together the wooden boat and classic yacht groups in and around the city. The event is designed to promote wooden boat heritage and connect a broader public with the spirit of timber boating. The program includes both on water and piazza displays (on land). The event is expected to attract between 2,000 and 6,000 visitors over the two days and one evening. Click here for more info.

Chinese New Year celebrations (20th Feb)
Celebrate Chinese New Year with a free cultural event at Waterfront City this Saturday 20th February. There will be a whole range of activities such as Lion Dances, Kung Fu demonstrations, traditional Chinese handicrafts, clowns, art competitions and much, much more.

$15 Pizza & Pasta Day at Bellissimo
On Sunday, indulge in a cheep and cheerful meal at Bellissimo Cucina & Trattoria. On Sunday it's their weekly $15 Pizza and Pasta Day. Choose a main size pizza, pasta or risotti and pay just $15. Visit:

Docklands Sunday Market
While you're there, you may also like to browse the bargains at the at Docklands Market. Located just off of Docklands Rd, near the corner of Doepel Way, you can find everything from arts to antiques, books to beauty. It opens from 10am to 5pm.

Have a great weekend everyone!


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