Upcoming events at Ainslie Football & Social Club

St Patrick's College Goulburn 1970's Reunion in Canberra
Meetup

St Patrick's College Goulburn 1970's Reunion in Canberra

Friday 4:00pm (20 April)
Ainslie Football & Social Club, Canberra

Events around Ainslie Football & Social Club

6th Annual Canberra Latin Dance Festival (7 - 9 Sept, 2018)
Festival

6th Annual Canberra Latin Dance Festival (7 - 9 Sept, 2018)

Friday 4:00pm (07 September)
Canberra Latin Dance Festival, Canberra

2018 Traffic Jam Live Canberra
Shopping

2018 Traffic Jam Live Canberra

Friday 9:00am (06 April)
Canberra Rex Hotel, Canberra

Renaissance
Religion

Renaissance

Friday 6:00pm (02 March)
The Hamlet, Braddon

ACT Like a Lady at the Canberra Comedy Festival
Lecture

ACT Like a Lady at the Canberra Comedy Festival

Friday 7:00pm (23 March)
Civic Pub, Braddon

Canberra Craft Beer & Cider Festival 2018 - SAVE the DATE
Food&Drink

Canberra Craft Beer & Cider Festival 2018 - SAVE the DATE

Saturday 11:00am (24 March)
Mercure Canberra, Canberra

Vegan Day Out in Canberra! Sat 10 & Sun 11 March
Volunteering

Vegan Day Out in Canberra! Sat 10 & Sun 11 March

Saturday 9:00am (10 March)
The Cruelty Free Shop, Canberra

$5 Pita Party at Zeus Canberra
Lecture

$5 Pita Party at Zeus Canberra

Saturday 11:30am (24 February)
Zeus Street Greek, Canberra

International Women's Day edition of Wuthering Heights
Movie

International Women's Day edition of Wuthering Heights

Thursday 6:00pm (08 March)
Gorman Arts Centre, Canberra


National Carp Control Plan community briefing session

National Carp Control Plan community briefing session


When?

Start time: Monday 6:00pm (19 February)
End time: Monday 8:00pm (19 February)

Where?

Ainslie Football & Social Club
52 Wakefield Avenue, Canberra
Meetup

About

Interested members of the ACT community are invited to attend a community briefing session on Monday 19 February about how the carp virus could potentially be released from next year onwards as part of the National Carp Control Plan.

Carp are Australia’s worst introduced freshwater fish and now dominate the waterways of the Murray–Darling Basin. They muddy the water through their bottom-feeding behaviour, which has flow-on effects for plants, invertebrates, other fish, and bird life.

The NCCP project team wants to understand the ACT's waterways – what's important about them, how you use them, and your concerns and questions so that they can be addressed in the plan. The session is one of more than 40 being held in carp-affected areas in Victoria, NSW, South Australia, Queensland and Western Australia and is a valuable opportunity for the community to provide local insights into issues which need to be considered.

For more information on the National Carp Control Plan visit www.carp.gov.au

For more information on how to have you say visit www.yoursay.act.gov.au/fish/carp-control-plan