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The Weekender: April 29 – May 1

EXPERIENCE Korean culture, enjoy the Dog Lovers Show, buy some organic food or take part in Australia’s largest fitness expo. Zoe Law has you set this weekend.

Korea Week Festival 2016
April 27 – 30 | City Square & Queensbridge Square

Photo: Koreanet via Flickr

Photo: Koreanet via Flickr

For those either fascinated by all things Korean — whether its the food or its infectious K-Pop — or just want to experience a new culture, Korea Week Festival 2016 definitely is your place to go to this weekend.

You can experience both modern and traditional Korean culture by watching the Melbourne K-Pop World Festival competition, admiring the Hanbok fashion show (the traditional Korean costume), seeing a demonstration of Korea’s unique taekwondo martial art or receiving a makeover from a Korean stylist.

Events will be held at City Square on April 27 – 28, and at Queensbridge Square on April 29 – 30.

Entry to the festival is free, and you can find out more information via Korea Week Festival’s official Facebook.

Dog Lovers Show
April 29 – May 1 (9.30am – 5pm) | Royal Exhibition Building

Photo: Thomas Freudenberg via Flickr

Photo: Thomas Freudenberg via Flickr

Dog owners and dog lovers won’t want to miss out on the upcoming Dog Lovers Show this weekend; an event that aims to provide the very best in education, entertainment and information for those that own or simply just love dogs.

Play with some dogs at the Pat-A-Pooch section, learn what breed of dog will suit your home and lifestyle if you plan on adopting a furry friend or visit one of the many exhibitors who will be at the show offering the latest in products and services for dogs.

For many reasons however, visitors won’t be able to bring their own dogs to the show but rest assured, there will be plenty of furry companions to keep you company at the show.

You can save up to 20 per cent by getting tickets online and more information is available via the the Dog Lovers Show official website.

About Life Natural Supermarket
April 30 – May 1 (7.00am – 8.00pm) |120 Bay St, Port Melbourne

Photo sourced from Wikicommons, by Emerald Horticulture

Photo: Wikicommons by Emerald Horticulture

The Sydney-based natural supermarket & wholefoods café, About Life, is bringing “real food” to Melbourne.

Located at Port Melbourne, the About Life Natural Supermarket sells fresh foods, prepared foods and dairy all grown and consumed the way nature intended at the natural supermarket. Products are all natural and chemical-free.

In addition to fresh food to bring home, you can also enjoy organic and healthy smoothies, juices and different types of meals and salads at the supermarket’s café and self-serve food bar. Samples and testings are available at its grand opening on April 29 and May 1.

About Life Natural Supermarket opens from 7.00am and will run until 8.00pm (cafe 7.00m – 3.00pm) everyday and 8.00am – 5.00pm on public holidays.

More information is available via the About Life official website.

Fitness and Health Expo
April 29 – May 1 | Melbourne Convention $ Exhibition Centre

Image: will ockenden via Flickr

Image: will ockenden via Flickr

Trying to live a healthy and active lifestyle or simply want to lose weight? Find out how you can achieve one or the other (or both!) at the Fitness and Health Expo this weekend.

Experts, trainers and nutritionists will gather all under one roof at Australia’s largest fitness and health event, demonstrating fitness classes, providing training and nutrional tips and so much more.

And if you’re simply just looking for some new sports gear to train or play in, you can try and buy sports clothing and accessories at the expo too.

Tickets are available online with discount, jump to the Fitness and Health Expo official website for details.

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