Please find below information regarding an upcoming FREE Mental Health workshop which may be of interest to you, or someone you know. Please contact Richard Henshaw: Richard.Henshaw@health.qld.gov.au for any further information.
Granite Belt Art News & Events Local Art Prize Entries are now open for LAP It Up – Local Art Prize. Total prize money $5000. Entries Close 29 June 2019. Exhibition on show 5 July – 18 August 2019. Artists must reside in the Southern Downs – or within a 100 km radius of Stanthorpe (eg Tenterfield, Texas, etc
As part of the Southern Downs Water Security Strategy, Council is seeking feedback on community values and knowledge of our local water resources. The information gathered will provide local data on the actions and behaviours which are most important to our residents as well as providing current information on opportunities to further secure our water supplies for the future.
This is a fantastic initiative in which we will be provided free of charge the training to keep an eye on each others wellbeing, and develop our community connections. Should you be interested in participating in this, please direct all correspondence to David Henderson mailto:email@example.com.
INVITES YOU TO A FREE WORKSHOP HELP YOUR CLUB MAKE BETTER USE OF TECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE COMMUNICATION Date: Tuesday 21 May 2019 Time: 11.30am to 3:00pm (sandwiches for lunch from 11.30am to 12 noon) Venue: Warwick Town Hall, Palmerin Street, Warwick Details: Making Better Use of Technology to improve Communication This FREE workshop will provide exclusive training on how to
Hope Horizons Road to Hope forums aimed at promoting the services they provide to those diagnosed with Cancer. Forums held in both Warwick (24th May) and Stanthorpe (23rd May) including a guest speaker program. This is a free event, however bookings are essential. Please contact Hope Horizons to confirm your space via www.hopehorizons.com.au or by phone: 4636
Chill n Chat @ Cornerstone may be of interest to you or people you work alongside. It is a welcoming group that provides connection and learning, and all are welcome. The Chill’N’Chat @ Cornerstone group meets every Monday (except public or school holidays) behind St Vincent de Paul Cornerstone in Grafton Street from 12pm to 1.30pm (or as advised
Please find below a flyer regarding a “Clothes Swap” event to be held at the Warwick Baptist Hall on May 25th that may be of interest to you or someone you know. If you are based in Stanthorpe/Granite Belt and can’t make it along but would like to donate clothing for the event, Lyndell Brown, Family Support Service Officer from
Event date: Thursday 30 May 2019 Event time: 10am – 1pm Event Location: Auditorium and Community Hub, Warwick Campus, 223 Dragon Street, Warwick We will be running Information sessions Free health checks Range of local community exhibitors promoting their services, products and recreational activities Complimentary refreshments and barbeque lunch with our campus community Lucky door prizes You will
The Strong Not Tough – Adult Resilience program aims to increase an adult’s resilience and coping skills. Backed by years of research the Strong Not Tough program is evidence based and proven to help participants be the best they can be, and reduce their anxiety by imparting on them many skills and tools such as: Developing awareness – body language