The weekend is here for everyone whose had a rough week, you can finally relax. If you are looking for some plans, here we have put down a list of things you can do this weekend.
Friday, February 22
Pumpkin Farmers Festival
If you are looking to turn into a pumpkin or turn pumpkin into many a delicious dish, the Pumpkin Farmers Festival is on. A festival organized with the sole purpose of empowering the pumpkin farmers of Sri Lanka. All profits gained by this festival will be given to the pumpkin farmers. Therefore, go on, be there at Greenpath this 22nd of Feb to lend a helping hand and maybe gain something as well.
Green Path, Ananda Coomaraswamy Mawatha Colombo 7
Together with Sammani Pathiranagama, Hype Studio presents 'PAINT NIGHT'!You will be guided through the basics of painting by the instructor. You will receive the necessary supplies for this workshop. After you're done – you can even take your masterpiece home!
Hype Studio, 19A, Unity Place, Colombo 3
Saturday, February 23
Paint Me Perfect
Do you want to witness a rather different theatrical experience? If you are curious, be there on the 23rd or the 24th of February at the Russian Cultural Centre at 7.30 pm! Tickets are priced at 800, and 1,000.
Russia Cultual Centre, No:10 Independence Ave, Colombo 7
Acoustic Saturday : The Storyteller
Acoustic Saturdays – The storyteller. This is gonna be the first event of 2019 by Suriya Brothers and we are gonna kick things off nice n' smooth. Mark your calendar to spend some quality time with your friends around and drinks in hand and let the chilled vibes take care of your Saturday night.
The Keg Pub & Restaurant, 338 T.B Jayah Mawatha, Colombo 10
BUDZ makes his Chiller Room debut on the 23rd of January. Accompanied by our fave cool cats DJ DIRTY DZN and CLIFFORD ISAAC. Join us for sick beats and a dope night. Bottle deals to follow. Call 0778050330 to reserve your table.
The Chiller Room, 32B, Sir Mohammed Macan Markar Mawatha, Colombo3
Sunday, February 24
Kala Pola 2019 – Sri Lanka’s annual open-air art fair, presented by The George Keyt Foundation and the John Keells Group, takes place on Sunday the 24th February 2019, along Ananda Coomarasawamy Mawatha, Colombo 7.Free of charge, it opens to the public at 8.00am and continues until 9.00pm. Drawing inspiration from similar open-air Art Fairs in Europe, Sri Lanka’s ‘Kala Pola’ commenced in 1993 and has morphed into a rich cultural event over years. This year’s Kala Pola will be the 25th year of John Keells Group’s partnership of this much-awaited and not-to-be-missed event in Colombo’s annual cultural calendar.
That's the Weekend Wrap for this weekend. We hope you have a great one.