Bribie Island Community Events – Whats On This Month February 2020

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bribie island melsa park minature train rides16TH Melsa Park Miniature Train Time: 10.00am – 2.30pm. Put your The Melsa Park Miniature Train rides is a miniature steam train that takes passengers on a delightful 500 metre journey around the Melsa Park track on the third Sunday of every month. The train ride takes you through the picturesque bush surrounds of Melsa Park and it’s sure to delight the senses of train enthusiasts young and old. The Melsa Train Park is a great, inexpensive day out for the whole family. Train rides cost just $2 and the smell of the Lion’s Club sausage sizzle is hard to resist. Melsa Park, Bongaree

20TH Wild about Genealogy help Time: 9:00am – 3:00pm. Having problems researching your family tree? Thinking about compiling your family tree but aren’t sure where to start? Have you hit a brick wall in the search for your ancestors? This hands-on 1-hour session will get you started in family history, tracing your family tree and highlight family history and genealogy resources available in the library and online. Bribie Island Library, 1 Welsby Parade, Bongaree 4507

22ND Semi-Precious Floating Crystal Jewellery Adult Workshop $36.96 Time: 10:30 am – 12pm. Come along and join in with this stunning semi-precious gemstone, self-paced resin jewellery tutored workshop for adults. All materials, equipment and instructions provided, you only need to bring yourself and some creative concentration. Choose from a selection of crystals, then mix your own choice of eyecatching resin colours. We will make two pendants and one set of sparkling earrings. All will be ready to wear! This session is designed for adult beginners who have never used resin but any skill level is welcome if you would like to learn this technique in a friendly and lovely location. And everything you make, you take! Or wear in this case! Bribie Island Community Arts Centre 191 Sunderland Drive Banksia Beach,

23RD Tribute to the 60’s Dinner & Show Wayne Stuart Presents…… A Tribute To The 60’S Dinner & Show $39pp Time: 5:00pm to 8.00pm. Celebrate Bribie Island Bowls Club, 23/11 Welsby Parade, Bongaree 26TH Books, Wine & Cheese Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm. A fun night for Book Club members and those who’d like to join a Book Club. Discover latest titles, suggest titles and test your knowledge in our trivia competition. Doors open 6pm. Facilitated by our friendly library staff. Registration required. Bribie Island Library, 1 Welsby Parade, Bongaree 4507.

NDIS - national disability insurance scheme

27TH Bribie Island Drop in Session: NDIS Information & Access Time: 12pm – 4.00pm. The National Disability Insurance Scheme is a new way to support Australians with disability, and make sure everyone has the support they need to enjoy an ordinary life. Carers Queensland is your NDIS Partner in the Community. We can help you understand the NDIS and how to access the scheme, and guide you through the planning process. We can also help you find support already available in your local community if you’re not eligible for the NDIS. Bribie Island Community Arts Centre 191 Sunderland Drive Banksia Beach,

bribie island melsa park minature train rides29TH Comedian FIONA O’LOUGHLIN. Doors open 5:00pm. Much-loved comedian & 2018 I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Winner, FIONA O’LOUGHLIN is coming! O’Loughlin brings her inimitable, trademark bonedry humour to Bribie RSL on Saturday 29th February for ONE NIGHT ONLY. Tickets are on sale now for $79pp which includes a 2 course dinner at – Limited Available, 18+Show.Fiona is comedy royalty and internationally known, join us for a fabulous night in 2020 of hilarious honesty & unvarnished comedy. Bribie Island RSL, 99 Toorbul St. Bongaree.

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