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Melbourne Social Events from the Melbourne Social Club

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Warren Miller Ski Film:ALLTIME

Rivoli Cinema, 200 Camberwell Road, East Hawthorn

With the ski season rapidly approaching what better way to get inspired than the latest instalment of Warren Millers classic annual extreme skiing film called ALLTIME on the premier night in Melbourne.

This year's film travels the globe by land, air, and sea exploring the ties that bind ski culture.

The films exotic ski destinations with some of the worlds best extreme skiers and snowboarders at locations all over the world.

A ski and travel expo and bar will be open before the screening with the movie starting at 7pm. Look for David aka Cycling Dave and Ian near the box office at 6.30pm.

Please note the early cut-off date for payments as the Melbourne Social Club is buying tickets for this event, so we can sit in a group for the 7pm session.

After the film expo, we can head to one of local cafe/bars. Movie starts at 7pm. Look for Ian near the entrance of the Rivoli cinema at 6.30pm.

Please note early cut-off date, FunFF is buying tickets for this event, so we can sit in a group for the 7pm session.

Thu, 23 May

6.30pm - 9.15pm

Members: $33.5

Non-Members / Guests: N/A


Come of Age Social Club 18th Birthday Bash

The Duke, 146 Flinders Street, Melbourne

*** Please note we have changed the venue to The Duke aka Duke of Wellington ***

Join us as we celebrate the birthday of the Fun, Food and Friendship and celebrate when Fun, Food and Friendship comes of age of being 18 years young.

We will be visiting The Duke of Wellington which is the oldest licensed pub in Melbourne, established in 1853, now known as just The Duke which is a great venue for one of the oldest social clubs in Melbourne.

The venue has been recently renovated and has been re-born so come and enjoy this great pub in the company of good friends, and share stories, dreams and laughter.

The Duke has a mouth-watering contemporary menu, extensive beverage list and a welcoming atmosphere and is the ideal place to enjoy our social club birthday in the heart of Melbourne.

The venue also boasts an incredible 20 beers on tap, an extensive range of bottled beer and cider, and a selection of high quality local and imported wines.

This landmark venue occupies a prominent position opposite The Forum and opposite Federation Square, very close to Flinders Street Train Station and Swanston Street trams.

Meet Nicole, Alan and Ian at the venue.

Sat, 25 May

3.00pm - 7.00pm

Members: FREE

Non-Members / Guests: N/A



Booking closes on:
Fri, 24 May

Curry of the Month in Camberwell

Camberwell Curry House, 509 Riversdale Road, Camberwell

Join us for a mid-week adventure for an Indian curry night at a Curry House that concentrates on Indian and Nepalese cuisine.

The venue has great on-line reviews for its food and service, and it will another great Indian restaurant to try around the city. It is rated one of the best curry houses around Melbourne and members have asked to return.

The venue is very close to Camberwell Junction with trams 70, 72 and 75 passing the junction and the Camberwell Market.

Meet Ian at the reserved tables.

Wed, 29 May

7.00pm - 9.00pm

Members: FREE

Non-Members / Guests: N/A



Booking closes on:
Tue, 28 May

Friday Night Jazzy Drinks @ Paris Cat

Paris Cat, 6 Goldie Place, Melbourne

The Paris Cat is one of the premier Jazz clubs in Melbourne. It truly is a unique and intimate venue and was chosen by the Age magazine as one of the must see venues in Melbourne.

The club features live jazz four nights per week from Wednesday through to Saturday.

A fine wine selection is available along with cocktails, martinis, local and imported beers, premium spirits and tapas.

We have a reserved area in the Gallery Bar at the jazz club, please book any specific shows that you would like in advance or on the night if available.

Meet Ian at the reserved area in the Gallery bar area.

Fri, 31 May

6.30pm - 9.00pm

Members: FREE

Non-Members / Guests: N/A



Booking closes on:
Wed, 29 May

Sunday Lunch in Brunswick

Wild Geese Hotel, 29 Sydney Road, Brunswick

Join us in Brunswick to see the newly refurbished Wild Geese Hotel that has undergone a multi-million-dollar refurbishment to an Irish bistro and bar with some slick finishes with great ambiance and friendly staff.

The hotel has a range of weekly specials and has some great online reviews since it reopened. The menu has a range of pub classics and Irish dishes including steaks, Irish Stew, Irish Ham, burgers, brisket, barramundi, scallops, monkfish, calamari, chicken coletta, salads and a range of Irish flatbreads. There is a Sunday lunch from 1pm.

The public bar has with a slick interior with brash fittings and old-fashioned wood paneling as well as a cosy dining room and a private dining room. The venue was established in 1854 and was the previous location of Bridies O'Reilys Irish pub and then known as Sarah Sands.

Come for the food and stay for the craic.

Check out this newly refurbished and re-invented Irish bistro and bar with us, Meet Christine, Alan and Ian at the reserved table(s)

Sun, 2 June

1.00pm - 4.00pm

Members: FREE

Non-Members / Guests: N/A



Booking closes on:
Sat, 1 June

Trivia Night in Melbourne CBD

Sherlock Holmes, 415 Collins Street, Melbourne CBD

Join us for a trivia night at the Sherlock Holmes on Collins Street which is a British styled pub located on Collins Street.

The trivia night is hosted by comedian Janet McLeod and offers winners $50 food & drink vouchers as well as quiz rounds for Jugs of Beer, Bottles of wine etc. Janet is a well-respected comedian and has a way of getting you involved in the night.

The Sherlock Holmes opened in 1985 and the hostelry has been extremely well received, as have its comestibles, ales wines and spirits. So much so that the worst criticism has been that the establishment is too small for the large numbers of discerning citizens who wish to avail themselves of the sundry attractions which this unique tavern affords.

Here is a home for the aficionados of the works of the eneffable Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, where the friendly shades of Dr Watson, Professor Moriarty (a changed man since he went over the falls) and the Stradivarius-playing, opium-smoking genius himself, the Great Detective, await your pleasure.

So meet Nicole at the reserved table for a fun trivia night.

Tue, 4 June

6.00pm - 9.00pm

Members: FREE

Non-Members / Guests: N/A


Exclusive Yarra Valley Wine Tour to Shortest Lunch Wine and Music Festival

Coffee Stand outside the Arts Centre, St Kilda Road, Melbourne

Join us for another exciting exclusive wine tour where we visit some of the smaller winemakers in the Yarra Valley and participate in the highly anticipated Shortest Lunch festival with live music at most venues.

The Shortest Lunch is the perfect way to meander around the boutique wineries of the Yarra Valley and enjoy great food, wine and live music on another exclusive wine tour.

We are planning another wine tour after our previous exclusive wine trips have sold out and our members have asked the social club to organise a visit to the Shortest Lunch festival.

The Shortest Lunch festival is a great way of celebrating the shortest weekend of the year (the Winter Solstice) in a relaxed weekend of progressive, all-day dining to ward off those winter chills and enjoy some great wines and live music.

With expertly matched cuisine, wine tastings and music, you can plan your day progressing from appetizers to dessert with dishes around $10 - $20 to enjoy a range of food options at each winery.

We plan to visit 4 wineries on Sunday in our exclusive tour with the proposed route coming soon.

The cost includes return transport and visiting our selected wineries plus an entry ticket to the festival that costs $50 which includes tastings at the wineries and a souvenir glass to take home plus live music at each venue.

Tastings of wines and sales of a glass of wine with your meal will only be supplied in the souvenir glass. A percentage of profits from the Shortest lunch festival will go to Make-A-Wish Australia,

All food at own expense, please visit Shortest Lunch website if you want to know the meal options ahead of time! Wineries will also have wines for sale by the glass and bottle, along with cellar tour specials that you can access with your ticket

Meet Ian at 9.15 at the coffee stand outside the Arts Centre, enjoy a coffee before we leave at 9.40am.

Sun, 23 June

9.15am - 5.45pm

Members: $129.99

Non-Members / Guests: N/A


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Cancellation Policy

For events that require pre-payment, in the event that you cancel after payment has been received a 50% cancellation fee will be charged if at least 7 days notice is given. If less than 7 days notice is given, unless FFF are able to fill your place with another member booking at the last minute, no refund would be given as these events are booked and paid in advance on the numbers taken.

You are at any point able to allow a friend to substitute your place and no extra charges will be added for them as a guest. However this is to be discussed with the staff at FFF prior to the event.

All events are subject to minimum numbers. If in the unlikely event that an event does not go ahead or FFF has a reason to cancel the event, only people who have registered for the event will be notified.

Members and guests shall not hold FFF responsible or liable in any way whatsoever for the cancellation for whatever reason of an event. Where cancellation arises and it is the fault of a supplier of an event, FFF will use their best endeavours to procure the return of the booking fees and any other monies paid by members for such events.

Fun, Food and Friendship Group and Melbourne Social Club reserve the right to make alterations from time to time in regards to our Melbourne social events format including the type of function and venue location.