Southern Downs & Granite Belt

27
Feb

Celebrate the upcoming Bunya Festival family day, learn the truth about Aboriginal history in the region. March 30th

A 2-day event in the bush on Githabul country, (the festival is located in Maryvale) celebrating and learning the truth about Aboriginal history. A family day on Saturday with food, music, stalls, native animals, discussions, creek-side walk etc, all around Aboriginal cultures. Sunday is two seminars Being Aboriginal today and Cultural Burning for Healthy Country. Camping is permitted for a

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27
Feb

Carbal drumming therapy workshops – Fridays – Warwick

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27
Feb

Craft n’ Creations – Wellness Weekend for women in rural areas who need a bit of ‘me’ time..

Get away from the drought for a moment, put in some time for you at the wellness weekend ‘Craft n’ Creations’ which is offered to women working on farms or that are living in rural areas in south-east/south-west Queensland, and may be something to consider if you like to potter around the garden or enjoy creating something beautiful, particularly if

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12
Feb

New “Strengthening Rural Communities” Grants available to support local Not-for-profits.

Strengthening Rural Communities  (Will open mid February)   The Strengthening Rural Communities (SRC) program aims to give the thousands of small rural, regional and remote communities across Australia an opportunity to apply for funding that can support broad community needs. This program is an evolution of the long-running Small Grants for Rural Communities (SGRC) program that FRRR ran for 34

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5
Feb

Carbal Community Centre Weekly Events Warwick

Carbal Community Centre Warwick 67 Guy Street, Warwick.  Phone 07 4548 9500 Day           Group Monday 10.00 am start 67 Guy Street ·        Women’s Group   Women only Group 16 + age group   Tuesday 11.00 am – 2.00 pm 67 Guy Street ·        Men’s Group (Peter)   Men only group 16 + age group   Wednesday 10.30 am –

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19
Jan

Celebrate Australia Day at Great Australian Bites – 2019 Region Events

Great Australian Bites Celebrate Australia Day at Great Australian Bites with home-grown music legend Ash Grunwald. Come together with family and friends in Warwick with free entry, pop-up food stalls serving local produce and a live entertainment program guaranteed to get your toes tapping while soaking up the summer atmosphere. Aussie blues star Ash Grunwald will headline the day with

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16
Jan

Council Waterwise Workshops – Keep your garden alive in this crippling drought.

As the weather continues to heat up the SDRC thought it would be a great opportunity to share some ideas on how to help keep your gardens in tip, top shape during high level water restrictions. We invest a lot in our gardens and want them to thrive in all conditions. Council has partnered with one of Warwick’s gardening guru’s

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16
Jan

Carbal Community Reconciliation Choir is calling for members of the community to SING!

Carbal Community Reconciliation Choir which is open to all residents.  Commences Wed 16th January.  Full details on the flyer. If you are, or know of anyone in the community whom would be interested with assisting in the construction of indigenous content for the Southern Downs Region on our website, we would love to hear from you! contact@mysoutherndowns.com.au | MySouthernDowns.com.au is

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16
Jan

Bring out your inner child, with Monster Trucks!

This year the Stanthorpe Agricultural Society are bringing Monster Trucks to the Stanthorpe Show.  Bring out the inner child in you as this is a feature for little kids and big kids alike.  The trucks will be on display throughout the show days and then come into their own as the main feature entertainment at night. Come along and see

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16
Jan

Clifton Railway Station Celebrates 150 years! | SATURDAY 9th MARCH 2019

Its on for young and old, with the arrival of the Steam Train as it rolls in from Warwick with the Town Crier to celebrate 150 Years of the Clifton Railway Station.  There will be demonstrations, displays, markets, fun for the children and much more.  SATURDAY 9th MARCH 2019. *Featured image credit to QLD state libraries (title for details)