Montessori Twilight Market | 90s Retro Night with Michael Learns to Rock | Zero Waste Christmas Workshop | Cool Things To Do in Bali This Weekend (Nov 29-Dec 1)
Montessori School Bali is hosting their third Twilight Market on Friday. Open to the public, the biannual market is bringing in vendors with artisan and local wares as well as plenty of food and munches, while music will set the twilight mood a bar to serve you a chill glass of wine.
There’s a bouncing castle and planned activities for the kids, so you can make it a family event to kickstart the weekend.
If you’re planning to come, don’t forget to bring cash and a tote bag, as organizers hope to minimize the use of plastic as much as possible.
Friday, Nov 29 at Montessori School Bali in Canggu, from 5pm to 9pm. For more information, check out their Facebook event page.
It looks set to be a musically filled night at the Double-Six Rooftop this Friday, with Michael Learns to Rock scheduled to take the stage and take guests back down their memory lane. It’s a chance to relive some of your most heartfelt memories, through MLTR’s classic tracks, from Paint My Love to25 Minutes.
That’s not all, apparently, as the show will also feature DJ Echa, DJ Vega Stache and Indonesian duo Endah N Rhesa.
Friday, Nov 29 at Double-Six Rooftop from 6pm to 12am. General admission tickets are IDR1.5million, available for online purchase here.
Opening this Friday, the Beludru Project is an exhibit from Mangurupa art group, exploring beludru, or velvet, as a medium to create different works of art. Many traditional ceremonies on the island make use of velvet, organizers say, and it is thought to symbolize luxury and quietude. The exhibit, which will take place at Bentara Budaya Bali, hopes to instigate an awareness of contemporary art in Bali by offering new insights and perspectives.
Friday, Nov 29 to Dec 11 at Bentara Budaya Bali. Opening day event starts at 6.30pm. Free entry. For more information, read on here.
It’s almost that time of the year again, Coconauts. With the holiday season just right around the corner, Zero Waste Bali is keeping with its mission and inviting you to join them on a special class intended for a sustainable celebration. Can you celebrate Christmas with less waste? Find out more about DIY gift ideas and waste-free wrapping paper this Saturday.
Rijstaffel refers to an elaborate Indonesian meal adapted by the Dutch, which follows the presentation of Padangnese cuisine from West Sumatra. If you fancy yourself a dinner of this style, Tandjung Sari Hotel in Sanur is hosting a special event this Saturday, where guests will also get to watch a performance of the Legong Dance, accompanied by a traditional gamelan orchestra.