5 OF THE BEST FOR THE LONG WEEK­END

What... one ex­tra day off? Make the most of it folks

The Advertiser - SA Weekend - - ADELAIDE -

SE­QUINS AND SCALES

Un­til Novem­ber 2, Gray Street Work­shop Gallery

In­spired by snakes, lizards and birds, artist Sian Ed­wards painstak­ingly joined to­gether thou­sands of brass mesh com­po­nents to cre­ate crea­tures with glit­ter­ing skins, se­quinned scales and shiny claws. See her free ex­hi­bi­tion, artist talk and demon­stra­tion on Oc­to­ber 4 at 2pm, 10 Syd­ney Place, city. Open Fri­day 11am-5.30pm, Satur­day 11am-5.30pm, Sun­day 11am-4pm, graystreet­work­shop.com.au

THE BIG GIG

Oc­to­ber 5, Kad­ina

The Cop­per Coast is set to be noisy to­mor­row when mu­sic fes­ti­val The Big Gig hits Kad­ina Oval. The line-up in­cludes Ian Moss from Cold Chisel fame, Mark Seymour from Hunters and Col­lec­tors, Ross Wilson from Daddy Cool and rock­ers Eskimo Joe. 3pm-11pm, 1 Doswell Tce, Kad­ina, $91.80, the­big­gig.com.au FES­TI­VAL OF VIN­TAGE BOATS, TRAINS & PLANES

Oc­to­ber 5-6, Port Ade­laide

There’s free ad­mis­sion to the Na­tional Rail­way Mu­seum, SA Avi­a­tion Mu­seum and Mar­itime Mu­seum this week­end. Spe­cial events and fam­ily ac­tiv­i­ties in­clude 1950s Red Hen trains run­ning be­tween Ade­laide Sta­tion and the Na­tional Rail­way Mu­seum. 10am5pm, free, mar­itime.his­to­rysa.com.au

FOLLOW THE SUN FES­TI­VAL

Oc­to­ber 5, Glenelg

Get thee to the sea­side for a bou­tique event cel­e­brat­ing Aus­tralian blues and roots mu­sic. The line-up in­cludes Paul Dempsey (Some­thing For Kate), Bonjah, Dal­las Frasca, Ben­jalu and Lyall Moloney. Noon-10.30pm, Wigley Re­serve, Anzac High­way and Adel­phi Tce, Glenelg, $56.05/ticket, fol­lowthe­sun. oztix.com.au

PRIMO ES­TATE LUNCH

Oc­to­ber 6, McLaren Vale

Toast the end of the long week­end with a tra­di­tional Ital­ian Primavera – a long re­laxed lunch wel­com­ing the green buds of the new sea­son. $85/ ticket in­cludes all wine. Noon-3.30pm, Primo Es­tate, 50 McMur­trie Rd, McLaren Vale, pri­moes­tate.com.au

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