Kizomba course

2 Smith St 2 Smith Street, Darwin City

Kizomba is a genre of dance and a musical genre originating in Angola in 1984. Kizomba means "party" in Kimbundu, a Bantu language spoken by Ambundu in Angola.

TERM 1 , from 3 February 2021

every Wednesday, at 8.15 pm

studio : 2, Smith street , Darwin CBD

$12.80 – $75

Green Peacock

SOLE RESTAURANT & BAR 622 Lee Point Road, Lee Point

Welcome to paint and Create Darwin, where you are guided step by step by our lovely artists to create your own masterpiece . We provide everything needed including aprons, canvas, paint, brushes and a fun couple of creative hours.

Due to covid-19 we will be providing social distancing measures, you will need to let us know if you want to be seated with friends prior to our class.

Please arrive 15 minutes beforehand to choose your space, order a drink or a bite to eat.

$35.74 – $47.29

Kingpin Darwin Valentines Day Sunday Session

Kingpin Darwin 1 Neale Street, Darwin City

Does Feb 14 leave you in a cold sweat? The thought of buying roses sending a shiver down your spine? Feeling queasy every time someone asks ‘So, what are you doing for V-day?’ ?

Well don’t worry, we’re here to help.

At Kingpin we believe love is for everyone, so Valentine's day should be too. We aren’t going to tell you who you should spend Valentine's day with, we just recommend you spend it with us!

$55

Zumba Fitness with Top End Zumba Crew at Feb Fit 2021

Harmony Hall 44 Patterson Street, Malak

Perfect for EVERYBODY and EVERY BODY! Each Zumba® class is designed to bring people together to sweat it on.

We take the "work" out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you'll see why Zumba® Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise. Super effective! Super fun!

A total workout, combining all elements of fitness – cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome each time you leave class.

COME JOIN THE PARTY!!!

StudyNT Student Ambassador Program 2021- Information Session

Development House 76 The Esplanade, Darwin

Thinking about applying to be a StudyNT Student Ambassador in 2021? Want to know more about the program?

Then come along to our information session, where you will learn more about the program and hear from past Ambassadors who will share their experiences.

Wine & Cheese Tasting – Fundraiser for Ovarian Cancer Australia

6 Carey St 6 Carey Street, Darwin City

Join us for a wine & cheese tasting night to raise money for Ovarian Cancer Australia.

Set in the Beautiful Mindil Ballroom on the the 16th floor of Zen you will learn about cheese and wine, while enjoying the beautiful sunset views over Darwin.

Raffles and lucky door prizes. Grab your girlfriends and come support this important cause.

All proceeds go to Ovarian Cancer Australia.

Includes arrival drink, canapes and tasting plate of 5 cheeses and 5 wines with tasting notes.

Proudly supported by Samuel Smith and Sons Wine Merchants and Parap Fine Foods.

$69.66 – $74.94

Penguin Highway [ペンギン・ハイウェイ] – JFF Darwin Satellite

BCC Cinemas Casuarina 247 Trower Road, Casuarina

The Japanese Film Festival Australia (JFF) is presented by The Japan Foundation, Sydney. The JFF started in 1997 with three free film screenings and is now one of the largest celebrations of Japanese films in the world.In 2019, the Festival celebrated its 23rd year with an audience of over 30,000 Australia-wide. The Festival has enjoyed great success over the years, with the opportunity to showcase a vast variety of cinematic delights from 35mm film classics to newly-released titles currently screening in Japan. JFF Australia is part of JFF Asia-Pacific Platform initiated by The Japan Foundation Head Office based in Tokyo. This initiative aims to support and grow interest in Japanese films and cinema culture throughout the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia.Learn more about the Japanese Film Festival Australia here.

Night is Short, Walk On Girl [夜は短し歩けよ乙女] – JFF Darwin Satellite

BCC Cinemas Casuarina 247 Trower Road, Casuarina

The Japanese Film Festival Australia (JFF) is presented by The Japan Foundation, Sydney. The JFF started in 1997 with three free film screenings and is now one of the largest celebrations of Japanese films in the world.In 2019, the Festival celebrated its 23rd year with an audience of over 30,000 Australia-wide. The Festival has enjoyed great success over the years, with the opportunity to showcase a vast variety of cinematic delights from 35mm film classics to newly-released titles currently screening in Japan. JFF Australia is part of JFF Asia-Pacific Platform initiated by The Japan Foundation Head Office based in Tokyo. This initiative aims to support and grow interest in Japanese films and cinema culture throughout the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia.Learn more about the Japanese Film Festival Australia here.

Introduction to the NT ICAC

Charles Darwin Centre, Level 10, Room E 19 The Mall, Darwin

The Office of the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC) is presenting monthly information sessions, which are designed to assist public sector employees understand the role and functions of the ICAC, as well as their obligation to report improper conduct.

Parrtjima – A Festival in Light

Alice Springs Desert Park 871 Larapinta Drive, Alice Springs

Desert Park is home to the spectacular lighting of the MacDonnell Ranges and several large-scale immersive light installations, the animated artworks of Grounded, plus an open-air food and beverage area.

Click the Register button to the side to get your FREE tickets to the main festival site.

Registration provides free entry to the main Desert Park festival site on any of the 10-nights. Please note additional details may be required at the entry gate for contact tracing purposes.

Please be aware there may be a short wait at the gate if the event site capacity is reached.

Click here to view the registration Terms & Conditions.

For more information, visit parrtjima.com.au

Cruise for the Cause

Eva's Cafe Gardens Rd, The Gardens NT 0820, Australia, nt

Cruise for the Cause is a chance to show off classic, vintage bikes, hot rods and muscle cars with a leisurely cruise while raising valuable funds for the support of men and their families. Funds raised will help Increase understanding of men’s health issues and support prostate cancer awareness and research.

Motorcycle and hotrod event, Meets at Eva’s Cafe, 30km cruise and culminates at The Cav hotel. Raising funds for a targeted cause (being presently formulated) which benefits NT Blokes Prostate Cancer & Men’s Health.

See you there!