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The Weekend Wrap

It is Friday back again.

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It is Friday back again. Do you have plans? Here are some of the things happening around town this weekend.

Jaffna Food Festival with MSK & Galadari Hotel

My Sister’s Kitchen & Galadari Hotel Present “Jaffna Food Festival” at The Galadari Coffee Shop! Experience the authentic flavors of Jaffna cuisine on 09th, 10th & 11th November 2018 from 7.00 pm to 11.00 pm.
Date: Friday, 9 November
Venue: Galadari, Coffee Shop, 4, Lotus Rd, Colombo 1

Save Our Souls

 

Save Our Souls...A fundraising gig to help our asses get to the Maldives.  To the Maldives, we go with our island sound and we need your help. To the Maldives, we go with our island sound and we need your help. Entry fee - Rs. 1000, please.... BYOB.
Date: Friday, 9 November
Venue: Musicmatters, 141/6A, Vauxhall Street, Colombo 2

Community Challenge Cup 2018

The Community Challenge Cup 2018, a SLTA authorized national ranking tournament for boys and girls aged 14 years and under, will be held at the SSC from the 9th to the 11th of November 2018.
Date: Friday, 9 November
Venue: Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, 35, Maitland Pl, Colombo 7

Too Much Sitting: Workout.lk Talk at Likuid Open Day!

Do you engage in a sedentary occupation? Then this free talk is for you! Join this first-of-its-kind informative talk to gain insights on a topic that has gained popularity recently - the consequences of too much sitting. 
Date: Saturday, 10 November
Venue: Likuid Ventures, 5, Charles Place, Colombo 3

 

Sri Lanka Design Festival 2018

Embodying one of the most future-forward visions taken up by Sri Lanka, the national platform for design and innovation, AOD premiers Innovation Island with Sri Lanka Design Festival this November. 
Date: Saturday, 10 November
Venue: Trace - Expert City, TRACE Expert City, Maradana, Colombo 10

nATANDA Contemporary Dance Festival

Don’t miss nATFEST 2018, nATANDA International dance festival with nATANDA Dance Theatre of Sri Lanka and Nan Jombang Dance Company from Indonesia.
Date: Sunday, 10 November
Venue: The British School in Colombo, No. 63, Elvitigala Mawatha, Colombo 8

Understanding Self-Harm

Self-harm or self-inflicted injury is increasingly affecting young people and their families in Sri Lanka. It is a problem that can be frightening and confusing for some and it often brings about difficult feelings like guilt and shame for individuals and their caregivers.
Date: Sunday, 10 November
Venue: Royal College Union Skills Centre, Royal College, Colombo 7

 

Have yourself a great and restful weekend.

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