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My WeekendNotes - 329 - Page 5
Shhhh. Don't frighten the butterflies! Did you know that if you say hello to a group of caterpillars they will nod th... [more]
Most of us have heard the story of Anne Frank, a young Jewish girl who lived during World War II, and with her family... [more]
27/03/2016 - 22/05/2016
Since 2004, the Urban Country Music Festival has attracted music lovers from around Australia. Unfortunately, due to a ... [more]
29/04/2016 - 01/05/2016
With two house guests from China, a country where few people get up close to farm animals, I chose to take my visitors o... [more]
An exhibition of two Aboriginal Artists will open at the Graydon Gallery, New Farm, on Friday March 8th, and continues t... [more]
08/03/2016 - 20/03/2016
Have you ever watched and listened as a group beat enthusiastically on the drums to the rhythm of Africa? Have you ever... [more]
13/03/2016
The 2016 QSEC Horse Home Show is being held on Saturday February 13th, at the Queensland State Equestrian Centre, Beerbu... [more]
13/02/2016
Wow! Another Public Holiday! Australia Day, January 26th, a month and one day after Christmas Day is a celebration of t... [more]
Travellers heading north on the M1 may notice the Lagoon Creek sign, which indicates the creek that runs from Wamuran an... [more]
There are just so many interesting places to visit either on a day trip to the Sunshine Coast Hinterland area or bette... [more]
There are several wineries in the Sunshine Coast region, and one is on the Landsborough Maleny Road, Bald Knob, just a f... [more]
This month, the Ginger Flower and Food Festival will celebrate its 20th Anniversary, with the biggest three-day festival... [more]
22/01/2016 - 24/01/2016
Like many folk, I drive the M1 past the Boondall Wetlands turn-off regularly, and often say to myself "I must visit ther... [more]
It was over 30 years since my last visit to the Tinchi Tamba Wetlands on the Pine River and so much has changed. I reca... [more]
The near city suburb of Paddington is known for its rich culture with galleries, art and craft shops, fashion boutiques... [more]
21/11/2015 - 03/12/2015
The group Warrior Women in Art was formed by Michelle Bowden earlier this year as a network for women artists, and recen... [more]
21/11/2015 - 03/12/2015
In 2013 authors Julie Kaeser and Julie Thomson, published a book "Celebrating Caboolture Women" with stories of some 42 ... [more]
05/12/2015
The Caxton Street Jazz Band had its origins in Caxton Street, Petrie Terrace, Brisbane, when the Caxton Street Jazz Club... [more]
29/11/2015
Each day thousands of cars pass the area where the Hemmant Cemetery, and the old Hemmant Quarry are obscured by bushland... [more]
We are so fortunate that birds from the northern hemisphere often choose to leave the winter of the north and fly to a ... [more]
A little interesting history about Pumicestone Passage. Matthew Flinders was the first European to travel through the a... [more]
In Australia we don't often see lotus flowers blooming. In recent years it has been easier to see them, and when I disc... [more]
The brochure explains Hearts' Wisdom Art as "a simple process that empowers you with the knowledge you need to know abou... [more]
09/11/2015
Raising funds for schools is not easy, and hard working parents do so much to help with this important task for schools.... [more]
14/11/2015
Who remembers when the area now known as Roma Street Parklands housed railway yards and fruit and vegetable markets? Ho... [more]
A friend told me about Harry's on Buderim. "The best food ever", I was told by someone who celebrated a wedding annivers... [more]
Where does one start to describe this amazing "Diner" in Palmwoods, on the Sunshine Coast? A little history it was or... [more]
We know that there is a propensity to go to theme parks which of course are exciting and the children generally have a... [more]
Bribie Island Arts Centre is a hive of activity for a wide range of artists in a fabulous building at Banksia Beach, whi... [more]
Have you completed a First Aid Training course recently? It is surprisingly inexpensive (less than $100) and it could b... [more]
Centenary Lakes at Caboolture is a popular place, and there are already two articles on Weekend Notes about the venue! ... [more]
Woorim Beach on the east side of Bribie Island is a place with plenty of action. It has a Surf Club right on the Beach,... [more]
"Melvin Jones asked a simple and world-changing question what if people put their talents to work improving their comm... [more]
17/10/2015
It is wonderful to see talented young people performing great shows, and the Brisbane Junior Theatre's production of "Th... [more]
02/10/2015 - 09/10/2015
If you are visiting Toowoomba, one place you must go to is the Japanese Garden on the campus of the University of Southe... [more]
Cabbage Tree Creek is a quiet little spot in the northern suburbs of Brisbane, with a lot of history to explore in the s... [more]
If you are headed out on the Warrego Highway, there's one wonderful place that you must stop at though it is a little ... [more]
There's a quirky little place at Beachmere that is attracting visitors from not only the local area but also from afar. ... [more]
Just some 60 kms from Brisbane, just a short distance from the Warrego Highway on the Lowood Minden Road, at Minden is C... [more]
It was a day trip to Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers with friends that took me to Toowoomba and the group had booked for t... [more]
Some people have fears about going to cemeteries, but they are fascinating places to explore. One that is not intimidat... [more]
It's hard not to love Irish music, especially if you have had the honour of visiting pubs in Ireland or the growing numb... [more]
09/10/2015
You don't have to go far from the Brisbane CBD to stay in a B & B which is a historic cottage. Mary Ann's Cottage is on... [more]
The first annual Strawberry Festival at Sandstone Point Hotel will be held on Saturday, September 19th from midday at th... [more]
19/09/2015
The beautifully refurbished Sandgate Town Hall is the venue for some great jazz and choral action on Sunday September 20... [more]
20/09/2015
Each year, on the first Saturday of September, the 11th Light Horse, which is based at the Caboolture Historical Village... [more]
05/09/2015
We are fortunate in Australia as we can purchase freshly grown Australian strawberries all year round as the states have... [more]
29/06/2015 - 31/10/2015
There are many places to visit in Alice Springs, right in the heart of Australia, and one that you should put on your "M... [more]
At the Caboolture Historical Village, there have been inquiries about an Advanced Cheesemaking Class following the succe... [more]
02/09/2015
What could be better than a night or three at a wonderful B & B on Bribie Island? One with a pool, sauna, and spa, with ... [more]
Need a good laugh? This is the place to go. Go along and have plenty of laughs, a great dinner and support the local Bea... [more]
12/09/2015
The Caboolture Warplane and Flight Heritage Museum is holding a Wheels and Wings event on Sunday September 6th at the Mu... [more]
06/09/2015
Folk interested in antique engines and machinery, vintage and veteran cars, trucks and tractors will find all to see at ... [more]
22/08/2015 - 23/08/2015
Over three days in September, the Woolshed at Jondaryan will open its doors and invite you to step back in time to celeb... [more]
04/09/2015 - 06/09/2015
The second of the Jazz series at the Caboolture Historical Village will be held on September 27th from 3.30 pm to 5.30 p... [more]
27/09/2015
The Decades Festival will be held at Pine Rivers Park, Gympie Road, Strathpine on Saturday October 31st! There is so m... [more]
31/10/2015
Each year COTA, (The Council for the Ageing) promotes events to celebrate the value of older people in our communities. ... [more]
15/08/2015 - 23/08/2015
Redcliffe Botanical Gardens at Henzell St, (Corner of Victoria Ave) Redcliffe is the venue for a special event on August... [more]
02/08/2015
There's a new solo exhibition at the Redcliffe Art Society Gallery, Old Fire Station Community Arts and Volunteer Hub (3... [more]
22/07/2015 - 09/08/2015
Farm Fantastic Expo is celebrating its 14th year with the event a Caboolture Showgrounds, 140 Beerburrum Road, Caboolt... [more]
24/07/2015 - 26/07/2015
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