20+ Canberra events to write in your diary for November

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As Canberra (sorry) jumps back to life, we finally have some events to show up in the diary.

Whether you want your November to be filled with music, comedy, exercise, relaxation or art, here’s what you need to plan.

When leaving home, be aware of current public health restrictions. Directives are still in place, so see covid19.act.gov.au/restrictions/current-restrictions for more information.

Spowers & Syme

Until November 6 | Canberra Museum and Gallery

Japanese Film Festival 2021

October 29-2. november | National Film and Sound Archive

Melbourne Cup at Pialigo Estate

November 2 | Pialigo Estate

Renew: Mindful Movement

Different dates throughout November | Glebe Park

Bev Hogg, Open Studio, DESIGN Canberra 2020. Photo: 5 Foot Photography.

DESIGN Canberra presents Nurture

5-28 November | Different places and online

Canberra Times Fun Run 2021

November 7 | Around the terrace

The Wharf Revy: Can of Worms

November 8-20 | Canberra Theater Center

Memorial Day

11 November

Australian Wind Symphony: Read We Forget

11 November | St. Andrew’s Church

Chopin’s piano with Aura Go

11 November | Llewellyn Hall

Italian Film Festival

November 17-12 December | Palace electric cinemas

Reason and Sensitivity

November 18 — 4. December | Canberra REP Theater

Ginger Meggs: 100 Years of Adventure

Until November 21 | The Royal Australian Coin

Chiaroscuro: A New Play by David Atfield

November 24-27 | Canberra Theater Center

Sunset Cinemas

November 25-26 February | Australian National Botanical Gardens

Sunset Cinemas.

Canberra Duathlon

November 27 | Around the terrace

Try the Canberra Triathalon

November 27 | Around the terrace

Broken Marathon

28 Nov | Around the terrace

Canberra Children’s Market

November 28 | The Canberra Exhibition Park

The war in 2021

November 30 | Canberra Theater Center

Music at noon

November 30 | Canberra Theater Center

Jeffrey Smart: A Tuscan breakfast

Until March 6, 2022 | National Gallery of Australia

Memorial: National Photographic Portrait Prize

Until 16 January 2022 | National Portrait Gallery

Feature image: ReNew You in Glebe Park via facebook.com/ReNewYouCRA

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