Community events October 2018 Bribie Island

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Bribie Island Bicycle User Group (Bribie BUG) will be hosting Ride Bribie Island 2018 on Sunday, 28 October. Start and finish at Apex Park (behind Seaside Museum), South Esplanade, Bongaree. Cyclists of all ages welcome. Free entry but bring cash for coffees and lunch. Rides of 40km (start time 8am – mainly on road/average speed 22kph), 30km (8.30am – mainly on road/19kph), 20km (9am – cycle paths and road/16kph) and 10km (9.30am – mainly cycle paths/12kph).

Register 15 minutes prior to your ride. Coffee available at nearby bakery or onsite from 7am. BBQ at finish ($2 donation). Free neck and shoulder massage for riders (but donations welcomed). Enquiries: Phone 5496 8661 or email [email protected] Find Bribie BUG on Facebook. Event supported by Moreton Bay Regional Council.


The Bribie Sports Club has again solved the problem of how your kids can enjoy a safe and spooky Halloween. The annual Bribie Sports Club Family Halloween Party is on Friday 26th October from 5.30pm-7.30pm, with a range of free activities guaranteed to entertain the kids- mystery maze, games, cupcake decorating and plenty of opportunities to trick or treat. DJ Marc will also be on the green giving your little ghosts and goblins a chance to boogie to some ghoulish tunes, plus Three Birds Photo Booth will be set up with their spooky photo booth.

Last year’s inaugural event was a great success, with Club members saying, “Thanks Bribie Sports Club for giving our kids a great night- the games and activities were perfect and it was nice to be able to sit back, relax and watch the kids have fun.” This is a free event and kids are encouraged to come dressed in costume for a Spooktacular Halloween event.

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