By The Mini Bribie Islander - Gloss magazine


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According to Stephen Khu The Bribie Island Baptist Church is running a free program of fun activities for children and youth at Brennan Park. “In 2019, our program will run from Monday, 7th January until Friday, 11th January, and we’ll be doing something a little different.

Rather than just running a program for primary-aged children in the morning and afternoon, we have condensed that program to fit into the morning session, and then we will be adding a high-school/ youth program in the afternoon/ evening,” Stephen said.

“There will be free dinner on offer to the youth Monday through to Thursday. Both programs will then come to a grand conclusion on the Friday evening with the band, the Smashing Bumpkins, joining us for a bush dance, and there’ll be food for sale, a jumping castle, and other fun to be had. The whole community is invited to come and join us,” he said.

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