Monday 11th
Torafu Architects Exhibition

Forget boring brick buildings and simple structures. Since 2004, Koichi Suzuno and Shinya Kamuro, have been putting a whole new spin on the term ‘architect’.

Location: Mr Kitley, 381 Sydney Rd, Upstairs
Dates: 8-24th February
Price: FREE
Visit: http://mrkitly.com.au/blogs/gallery/7204682-torafu-architects-exhibition#.URLyq0rwLXE

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Tuesday 12th
LMFF Public Offer

L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival, one of the biggest fashion events in Melbourne, is back. Public Offer looks at how discussion is shaped through media platforms and how it changes the public’s way of thinking.

Location: RMIT Design Hub, Building 100, Cnr Victoria and Swanston St
1st Feburary-27th March

Visit: http://www.lmff.com.au/program?eventId=193


Wednesday 13th
CERES Anybody Yoga

Anybody yoga is for…well… Anybody. Whether you struggle to walk up a flight of stairs or recently ran a marathon. The classes are mindful, meditative and appropriate for all ages and fitness levels.

Location: The Kitchen Garden Foundation Learning Centre, Collingwood College, cnr Cromwell St and McHutcheon Way

Dates: 6pm Mondays and 5:15pm Wednesdays
Pay by donations, ‘give what you can afford.’

Visit: https://www.facebook.com/AnybodyYoga 


Thursday 14th
Valentine’s Day


For the single ladies:
Breakfast at Tiffany’s; Moonlight Cinema

Grab your gal pals, some tissues, a block of chocolate, and watch the effortlessly fabulous Audrey Hepburn find love in New York City.

Location: Royal Botanic Garden
14th February
$18 Adults

Visit: http://www.moonlight.com.au/melbourne/movie/breakfast-at-tiffanys/

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For the romantics:
A Tale of Romance; Melbourne Aquarium

If you’re looking to wow your partner, then a night under the sea is a wise choice, the package includes a four-course meal, unlimited beer and wine, all to be enjoyed in the company of your new fishy friends.

Location: Melbourne Aquarium

Dates: 14th Feburary 7pm – 11pm
$149 or $199 for an uninterrupted view of the exhibit.

Visit: http://www.melbourneaquarium.com.au/functions/valentines-day/


Friday 15th
Ideas for Melbourne: Making Racism History

For a city that is so culturally diverse, racism is still a prominent issue. Ideas For Melbourne is hosting a public forum with the hope that we can can make Melbourne a much better place.

Location: The Wheeler Centre, 176 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne
6:15pm ,15th Feburary,

Visit: http://wheelercentre.com/calendar/event/making-racism-history/


Saturday 16th
Bikefest: Op shop Tour

How many bargains can you carry on one bike? Twenty bikes, four op shops in four hours. Can you do it? Test your bargaining and arm strength as you cycle through Melbourne. Saving the environment one bike and bargain at a time!

Location: Bikefest Treadlie Market, Best in Show booth, Birrurung Marr
9:30-1:30pm, 16th February
$12, booking prior.

Visit: http://www.melbournebikefest.com.au/rides/index/article/196


Sunday 17th

North Melbourne Market

Only once a month does this market roll around, but when it does, the treasures you find and the fun that is had is endless. Everything from vintage clothing to artwork and marvellous handmade goodies. 

Location: 44 Errol St, North Melbourne
10am-3pm, 17th February

Visit: http://www.northmelbournemarket.com/


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