- Food & Booze
Yeah the Girls: International Women's Day
This one goes out to the ladies! International Women’s Day is almost upon on us, and whether you’re marching, dining or being inspired – it’s a day to celebrate the achievements of women around the world, and reflect on what is still to be done.
From breakfast to marches – the women of Brisbane are making their voices heard loud and clear.
KIAH ORGANICS COOKING CLASS | KITCHEN CONFIDENCE | FORTITUDE VALLEY
Want to make something that will make you feel as good as it tastes? Celebrate women everywhere, whilst helping women in Cambodia by signing up for a cooking class with Kiah Organics & Wholefood warehouse. Enjoy a fun evening of learning to cook a three-course Cambodian meal and raffles with all proceeds going directly to women’s health education in Cambodia. Places are limited so book in.
HEALTHY BREAKFAST IN THE BOATSHED | REGATTA HOTEL | TOOWONG
Gather your #GIRLSQUAD and head to the Regatta for breakfast in the Boatshed. With a pamper station, prizes, fresh juice bar and the River Road coffee cart – as well as medical checks from the Princess Alexandra Hospital (v. important ladies!). Tickets are just $20, book here now!
MILTON MARKETS GO PINK | MILTON
Think pink as the Milton Markets gets a makeover for IWD on Sunday March 4th. Featuring exclusive pop-up stalls from local women’s groups, small businesses and local media, as well as live music and roving entertainment. Bring the fam along with jumping castles and train kids for the kids and gourmet goodies and produce for the adults.
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY BREAKAST | DARLING & CO | PADDINGTON
Want to feel empowered AF? Press for Progress at Darling & Co. with the One Woman Project on the 11th of March to celebrate International Women’s Day with a panel of inspiring and diverse women – pushing for diversity in their local communities. Enjoy seasonal fruit platters, tea, coffee and a killer brekky. Feed your mind AND your body! Tickets are $40, book them here.
Really want to make your voice heard? For more than 100 years women and men have marched on March 8th to voice their pride, and their frustrations. The march begins at Emma Miller Place at Roma Street, and will then continue. Bring your banners, t-shirts and SASSSSS – let’s do it for the girls!
Need more inspiration? Check out our guide on best foodie dates and take out your best galpals to celebrate, from high teas to pamper sessions ft. cocktails – we’ve got you boo.