Queensland Government Support options for Artisan Food & Beverage Producers There are a wide range of targeted programs that are available to support Queensland’s’ artisan food and beverage producers to increase productivity, competitiveness and innovation. To see what support is available for artisan food and beverage producers please view the link below: //www.business.qld.gov.au/industries/hospitality-tourism-sport/food/support-artisan Food innovations and trails Mentoring and
The presentations will cover the experiences of one family from Co Clare who arrived in the 1880s and the annual St Patrick’s Day celebration in honour of the country of their ancestors. From Bullock Carts to St Patrick’s Day The Irish in Warwick 1880s-1970s St Patrick’s Day, Warwick ca. 1910. Photo courtesy State Library of Queensland In the 19th century
Thriving Cohesive Communities Grants | closes 2pm, 25 Nov 2019 //www.communities.qld.gov.au/industry-partners/funding-grants/funding-available Thriving Cohesive Communities Grants Thriving Cohesive Communities Grants form part of the Queensland Government’s social cohesion program to build cohesive and resilient Queensland communities and foster a strong sense of belonging for all Queenslanders. Tranche 1 Over $900,000 of non-recurrent grant funding is available for community projects of
“2040” Film Showing | Sunday, 24 Nov 2019 | School of Total Education, Warwick See below flyer for the new film “2040”, by Award-winning director Damon Gameau (“That Sugar Film) who embarks on journey to explore what the future would look like by the year 2040 if we simply embraced the best solutions already available to us to improve our
Lifeline & Uniting Care are providing a Farmer to Lifeline Farmer Service, per the flyer below. Reach out to someone who can provide mental support and counseling.
MEDIA RELEASE Tourism Recovery Workshops Southern Downs Regional Council is helping the local tourism industry by hosting workshops to assist tourism operators with marketing during natural disasters by hosting two Tourism Recovery Workshops. The Southern Downs and Granite Belt are filled to bursting with scenic tourist destinations, relaxing B&Bs, and scrumptious local produce and wines. However, as the region has
Carbal are holding a FREE family BBQ “Rainbow Disco” with DJ Krazy Kevin, to be held on November 9th in Warwick.
International Men’s Day Join us for the upcoming breakfast at Belle Vue Café in Warwick on November 19 to celebrate International Men’s Day and men and boys in rural communities, which may be of interest to you or someone you know. If you’d like to attend, please contact Mary Cary on 4661 1999 or 4661 3340.
Please find below information regarding our FREE Meat Industry Work Readiness programs that we are running across our region. We have a number of abattoirs that we work closely with that are looking for employees. Please forward this information onto any of your networks or individuals that may be interested. Give me a call if you have any questions