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Tequila Sunrise - Top Events on the Sunshine Coast in July 2014

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by Nikkii Joyce (subscribe)
I'm a Sunshine Coast journalist who jumped out of a lengthy mainstream media career 18 months ago to do some hearty work for the soul. A pescatarian sharing with you her secrets on our little piece of coast paradise.
Published July 12th 2014
Keep the winter woolies by the door

TEQUILA on the town? Or a breaky OJ before a mountain climb? My monthly column 'Tequila Sunrise' is the best of both worlds. In the thick of this beautiful but brisk coast winter - all of us are desperate to make the most of these shorter days. So here are my top reasons to get out and witness a spectacular Sunshine Coast sunrise - whether you are heading home or just getting started...

Tequila Sunrise, What's On, July 2014, Sunshine Coast, entertainment, concerts, free events
Soaking up our coastal winter wonderland this July...
NIK'S PIK: THERE is magic in the air. Look outside your window - aren't these winter days spectacular? But if there is one complaint that I hear most from keen Weekend Notes adventurists is that the days simply aren't long enough to pack in all the fun. Luckily this month, my top pick for July has spread the magic over 10 days just to make sure everyone gets a chance to snap up the fun. Yes, of course I am talking about the Noosa Long Weekend Festival. Almost two weeks of music, dance, theatre, literature, forums, food, supper clubs, comedy workshops and visual arts are ready to be snaffled up, starting from July 18 and continuing until July 27. The fabulously leggy and vivacious Rhonda Burchmore is a personal highlight on this year's star-studded lineup that includes cabaret performer and actress Ali McGregor, the Queensland Ballet and a preview of Bruce Beresford's new production 'Bonnie & Clyde'. Check it out....



WEDNESDAY, July 2
School holidays

Eumundi Markets, famous, Wedneday and Saturday, gift ideas, authentic cuisines
Family fun
* "Eumundi Markets" - Rain, hail or shine, even locals can't get enough of the world famous Eumundi Markets whose ethos "we make it, bake it, grow it, sew it" has had visitors flocking back for decades. These world famous markets are open today from 8am to 1.30pm, Memorial Drv, EUMUNDI. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE


* "SOLBAR Open Mic Night" - GOT some musical talents you want to share? Or are you looking to discover some of the region's future superstars? See for yourself why the Solbar has become the coast's most popular live music venues for every possible musical genre you can imagine! BYO instrument, lead, strap etc. Every Wednesday in the lounge bar from 6pm until late. Solbar, 10/12-20 Ocean St, MAROOCHYDORE. Ⓐ ❥ ♋ ☾ ☄ ♫ FREE

FRIDAY, July 4
School holidays

* "Rising from Ashes - Arthouse Film" THE alternative entertainment options are truly the best part of living on our fabulous coast, and our art house films are a must. This week's feature is a true story of redemption, hope and second chances when cycling legend Jock Boyer moves to Rwanda, Africa to help a group of struggling genocide survivors pursue their dream of a national team. As they set out against impossible odds both Jock and the team find new purpose as they rise from the ashes of their past. Tickets $14, 6.30pm. Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ✤ ☾

* "Cirque Mother Africa - LIVE THEATRE"- THIS international high energy circus spectacular smash hit has been enjoyed by more than 2 million people worldwide. Forty performers from Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan, Egypt and South will give will take you on a spectacular tour of the magic of Africa through acrobatics, dance and music. An unforgettable show to lift the spirit, warm your heart and energise your soul! . Tickets $74.90, 8pm show starts. Nambour Civic Centre, Top Level, Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ღ ♛ ☾ ♫ ✎ ☺

* "The Friday Workers Club - The Velo Project" - IT'S one of two hot new Sunshine Coast spots whose word of mouth alone has locals busting their hop to get down too. This addition to their weekly schedule is an after works drink club which provides the old English style grub and eclectic live music (if you get an early mark) - YOU provide the BYO drinks. Every Friday. The Velo Project, 19 Careela St, MOOLOOLABA. ☾ ♫ ◈

SATURDAY, July 5
School holidays

* "The Big Pineapple Markets" - THEY truly are my pick for the BEST place on the Sunshine Coast to get fresh ORGANIC fruit and veg. The Big Pineapple markets are the sweet sensation that's on everybody's lips every Saturday, with these all-weather markets at the revitalised Sunshine Coast tourist icon that is the Big Pineapple. 6.30am - 1pm, The Big Pineapple, 76 Nambour Connection Rd, WOOMBYE. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼ FREE

* "Kawana Waters Farmers Market" - INDULGE the senses, relax, taste, listen to the live music, let the kids go wild on the jumping castle, wander and unwind as you discover an array of sumptuous and flavoursome organic fruits and vegetables, gourmet condiments and exquisite fruity jams amongst some of the most beautifully hand crafted products you will find. 7am - 12noon. Kawana State College, 119 Sportsman Pde, BOKARINA. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼ FREE

* "The Sunshine Coast Bazaar Saturday Markets" - THE Bazaar showcases regional small businesses bursting with fresh produce, delicious snacks, clever crafts, original fashion and loads more. 7am to 1pm. Corbould Park Racecourse, Pierce Avenue, CALOUNDRA. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼ FREE

* "Eumundi Markets" - RAIN, hail or shine, even locals can't get enough of the world famous Eumundi Markets whose ethos "we make it, bake it, grow it, sew it" has had visitors flocking back for decades. These world famous markets are open from 7am to 2pm, Memorial Drv, EUMUNDI. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE

* "Rising from Ashes - Arthouse Film" THE alternative entertainment options are truly the best part of living on our fabulous coast, and our art house films are a must. This week's feature is a true story of redemption, hope and second chances when cycling legend Jock Boyer moves to Rwanda, Africa to help a group of struggling genocide survivors pursue their dream of a national team. As they set out against impossible odds both Jock and the team find new purpose as they rise from the ashes of their past. Tickets $14, 7.30pm. Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ✤ ☾

SUNDAY, July 6
School holidays

* "Cotton Tree Street Markets" - SEE why, after 20 years, locals and tourists can't get enough of these markets famed for works from local artisans, designers and inventors in a precinct designed for the most selective of market dwellers. Your patronage at these markets also helps support people living with cancer - the popular fair managed by the team at Bloomhill Cancer Help. 7am - 12noon. King Street, COTTON TREE. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼ FREE

* "Fishermans Road Markets" - WITH over 128 stalls at your fingertips and an unimaginable display of fresh food, new and pre-loved clothes, pet treats, hand tools, books, home made toys, plants and seedlings and furniture - not to mention the coffee and massages! 6am - 12noon, Fishermans Road Markets, car David Low Way and Fishermans Road, MAROOCHYDORE. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE

* "Caloundra Street Fair" - HELD right in the heart of Caloundra, these markets feature unique arts and crafts, family entertainment, fresh produce, flowers, plus local cafes, boutiques and over 50 specialty shops. 8am - 1pm. Bulcock St, CALOUNDRA. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼

* "Noosa Marina Markets" - IT'S for good reason that the locals boast that there are no better markets than right here on the Noosa Marina. Set your own pace with a casual stroll through the seemingly endless lines of stalls, following it up with a relaxing ride on the Noosa Ferry. 8am to 2pm. Noosa Marina, 2 Parkyn Crt, TEWANTIN. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE

* "Rising from Ashes - Arthouse Film" THE alternative entertainment options are truly the best part of living on our fabulous coast, and our art house films are a must. This week's feature is a true story of redemption, hope and second chances when cycling legend Jock Boyer moves to Rwanda, Africa to help a group of struggling genocide survivors pursue their dream of a national team. As they set out against impossible odds both Jock and the team find new purpose as they rise from the ashes of their past. Tickets $14, 4.30pm. Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ✤ ☾

MONDAY, July 7
School holidays

* "The Lion King - MOVIE" SHENZI got it right when she said 'Mufasa' is a name that signifies all that is strong and powerful - even on the 20th anniversary of this classic Disney animation. It remains to this day one of the movies that personally held a lasting impact with its messages of life even so many years on. For all those who have their copies at home, you won't want to miss falling in love all over again with Simba, Nala and the gang for this limited time on the big screen again these holidays. Tickets $9, 1.15pm, Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ღ ✤ ✎ ☺

* "Rising from Ashes - Arthouse Film" THE alternative entertainment options are truly the best part of living on our fabulous coast, and our art house films are a must. This week's feature is a true story of redemption, hope and second chances when cycling legend Jock Boyer moves to Rwanda, Africa to help a group of struggling genocide survivors pursue their dream of a national team. As they set out against impossible odds both Jock and the team find new purpose as they rise from the ashes of their past. Tickets $14, 3.30pm. Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ✤ ☾

TUESDAY, July 8
School holidays

* "Laughin' @ the Lake: Pirates, Mermaids, Madagascar" - SO you are looking for a way to burn your kids excess energy but have none to give yourself? Head down to the Lake Kawana Community Centre today where the kids will enjoy so much jumping castle fun and activities, they will be counting zzzz's from the moment their head hits the pillow tonight. Children are encouraged to come dressed in one of the day's three themes: Disney's Little Mermaid, Pirates of the Caribbean or Madagascar. All the jumping castles are indoors, which means bad weather won't be a dampener. So you can sit back and enjoy some quiet time, coffee and snacks at the new cafe. Ages 10 and under$10 per child per hour with unlimited jumping per hour. Times: 9am, 10.15am, 11.30am and 1.30pm. Lake Kawana Community Centre, 114 Sportsmans Pde, BOKARINA. ☪ ♫ ✔ ☺

* "The Lion King - MOVIE" SHENZI got it right when she said 'Mufasa' is a name that signifies all that is strong and powerful - even on the 20th anniversary of this classic Disney animation. It remains to this day one of the movies that personally held a lasting impact with its messages of life even so many years on. For all those who have their copies at home, you won't want to miss falling in love all over again with Simba, Nala and the gang for this limited time on the big screen again these holidays. Tickets $9, 1.15pm, Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ღ ✤ ✎ ☺

* "The Wizard of Oz Show - Interactive Family Show" - There IS no place like home, and we've loved repeating this mantra since Dorothy, Lion, Scarecrow and the Tin Man captured our hearts on the big screen more than 75 years ago. Can you believe it? Well, get the family together ready to head on down that yellow brick road for this unforgettable interactive jubilee adaption. Tickets $19, Ages 2-8, show starts 3.30pm. Nambour Civic Theatre, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ღ ♛ ♫ ☺

WEDNESDAY, July 9
School holidays

* "Eumundi Markets" - Rain, hail or shine, even locals can't get enough of the world famous Eumundi Markets whose ethos "we make it, bake it, grow it, sew it" has had visitors flocking back for decades. These world famous markets are open today from 8am to 1.30pm, Memorial Drv, EUMUNDI. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE

* "Rising from Ashes - Arthouse Film" THE alternative entertainment options are truly the best part of living on our fabulous coast, and our art house films are a must. This week's feature is a true story of redemption, hope and second chances when cycling legend Jock Boyer moves to Rwanda, Africa to help a group of struggling genocide survivors pursue their dream of a national team. As they set out against impossible odds both Jock and the team find new purpose as they rise from the ashes of their past. Tickets $14, 3.30pm. Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ✤ ☾

* "SOLBAR Open Mic Night" - GOT some musical talents you want to share? Or are you looking to discover some of the region's future superstars? See for yourself why the Solbar has become the coast's most popular live music venues for every possible musical genre you can imagine! BYO instrument, lead, strap etc. Every Wednesday in the lounge bar from 6pm until late. Solbar, 10/12-20 Ocean St, MAROOCHYDORE. Ⓐ ❥ ♋ ☾ ☄ ♫ FREE

THURSDAY, July 10
School holidays

* "DeepBlue Winter Workshops" - TREAT your budding musician to an extraordinary experience they will remember for a lifetime. The focus is on fun and creativity combined with hands on performance and technology experience. Over the next three days, kids will work alongside other budding musicians with hands on musical experiences culminate in a not-to-be-forgotten Saturday night production on stage at the Nambour Civic Centre in front of a live audience. For ages btw 8- 18, $260 per musician, bookings essential. Nambour Civic Centre, Top level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ☪ ♛ ☄ ☺

* "The Umbilical Brothers - LIVE" The rubber-lipped duo are back with a brand new show containing violence, sexual references ,drug taking and frequent coarse language - everything that you have come to know and expect from this Aussie comedic duo. Bring your inner child along for this "kids show" that is everything but!. Tickets from $39.90, show starts 7.30pm. The Events Centre, 20 Minchinton St, CALOUNDRA. Ⓐ ☾

FRIDAY, July 11
School holidays

Queensland Garden Expo, Nambour, handy tips, practical advice,
Fix your backyard disaster
* "Queensland Garden Expo" - IT'S day one of the three day expo that will see you painting your otherwise coloured thumbs green! It's said to be the state's premier gardening event - attracting more than 30,000 visitors from Australia and New Zealand. With plants from over 55 nurseries and more than 360 exhibitors, there is sure to be something for every person in the household. Day pass $18, other tickets avail, Nambour Showgrounds, Coronation Avenue, NAMBOUR. ღ ♒ ✎ ☼


* "Squire School: The Bli Bli Castle" IT'S a day the kids are unlikely to ever forget when they join Sir Justyn in learning skills and duties required of a squire. Today's activities include sword fighting, jousting and an interactive tour of the castle. And there's aIncluding a chivalry.Junior squires then receive their official "certification" to take home. Tickets $25 per child, 7yrs and over, 10am, 12noon and 2pm sessions. The Bli Bli Castle, 292 David Low Way, BLI BLI. ♫ ✎ ☺

* "Five-O-Five Club" THE weekend is just around the corner, so what better way to send off the-week-that-was than with a get together with like-minded souls. Free canapés, great music and fabulous new friends you just haven't met yet. 5.05pm, Nambour Civic Centre, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. Ⓐ ❥ ♫

* "The Friday Workers Club - The Velo Project" - IT'S one of two hot new Sunshine Coast spots whose word of mouth alone has locals busting their hop to get down too. This addition to their weekly schedule is an after works drink club which provides the old English style grub and eclectic live music (if you get an early mark) - YOU provide the BYO drinks. Every Friday. The Velo Project, 19 Careela St, MOOLOOLABA. ☾ ♫ ◈

* "All is Lost - Arthouse Film" THE alternative entertainment options are truly the best part of living on our fabulous coast, and our art house films are a must. All is Lost stars the enigmatic Robert Redford as an unnamed sailor who - deep into a solo Indian Ocean voyage - discovers his 39-foot yacht is sinking after a collision with a shipping container. What follows is a series of circumstances where our hero survives by relying on his wits. Tickets $14, 6.30pm. Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ✤ ☾

SATURDAY, July 12
School holidays

* "Queensland Garden Expo" - IT'S day two of the three day expo that will see you painting your otherwise coloured thumbs green! It's said to be the state's premier gardening event - attracting more than 30,000 visitors from Australia and New Zealand. With plants from over 55 nurseries and more than 360 exhibitors, there is sure to be something for every person in the household. Day pass $18, other tickets avail, Nambour Showgrounds, Coronation Avenue, NAMBOUR. ღ ♒ ✎ ☼

* "Cooking Class: Persian -Red Hot Chilli Pepper" - IRANIAN cuisine is like no other due to its complex blend of colour, nutrition and simplicity.The exotic blend of fruit, nuts, herbs and spices makes the food of per! Learn the secrets with the vivacious and incredibly insightful Vicki Taylor who will physically guide you on this international foodie holiday taking you on a magical whirlwind tour - and you won't even leave the kitchen. $125 pp, 10am start. Red Hot Chilli Pepper, Shop 4 Monaco Bulcock Street, CALOUNDRA. ♒ ✎

* "The Big Pineapple Markets" - THEY truly are my pick for the BEST place on the Sunshine Coast to get fresh ORGANIC fruit and veg. The Big Pineapple markets are the sweet sensation that's on everybody's lips every Saturday, with these all-weather markets at the revitalised Sunshine Coast tourist icon that is the Big Pineapple. 6.30am - 1pm, The Big Pineapple, 76 Nambour Connection Rd, WOOMBYE. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼ FREE

* "Kawana Waters Farmers Market" - INDULGE the senses, relax, taste, listen to the live music, let the kids go wild on the jumping castle, wander and unwind as you discover an array of sumptuous and flavoursome organic fruits and vegetables, gourmet condiments and exquisite fruity jams amongst some of the most beautifully hand crafted products you will find. 7am - 12noon. Kawana State College, 119 Sportsman Pde, BOKARINA. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼ FREE

* "The Sunshine Coast Bazaar Saturday Markets" - THE Bazaar showcases regional small businesses bursting with fresh produce, delicious snacks, clever crafts, original fashion and loads more. 7am to 1pm. Corbould Park Racecourse, Pierce Avenue, CALOUNDRA. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼ FREE

* "Eumundi Markets" - RAIN, hail or shine, even locals can't get enough of the world famous Eumundi Markets whose ethos "we make it, bake it, grow it, sew it" has had visitors flocking back for decades. These world famous markets are open from 7am to 2pm, Memorial Drv, EUMUNDI. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE

* "The Full Moon Dance" - WORD of mouth on Verrierdale's monthly free-spirited groove is spreading like wildfire, earning a reputation as one of the coolest and thankfully, largely undiscovered must's to lock in on the calendar. Tonight reggae-got-soul band King Tide, conscious lyricist Saritah, pyromaniac Pocketlove and DJ Roland West will keep you dancing until the sun comes up. Tickets $25, 7pm - 11.45pm. Verrierdale HalL, 268 Verrierdale Road, VERRIERDALE. Ⓐ ♋ ☾ ♫ ℉

* "LIOR - LIVE IN CONCERT" - THE Aria award nominee performs for one night only on the coast in what is sure to be a magical evening of story telling from a spell-binding musician.
Lior is one of this country's top performing independent artists, gaining critical acclaim from artists and fans alike for capturing beautiful imagery, his flawless skills on guitar all while maintaining his focus on musical independence. Tickets from $25, concert starts 7.30pm. Lake Kawana Community Centre, 115 Sportsmans Pde, BOKARINA. ☾ ☄

* "DeepBlue - Who Are You? Live Concert" - SEE some of the coast's future stars of the music scene with the production that combines the music and the moments that have shaped all our lives. Music from greats such as Radiohead, Gotye and even some DeepBlue originals will be delivered by junior musicians who have rehearsed tirelessly for the last 3 days to put together tonight's performance. Tickets start from $26 (Family ticket packages avail) show starts 7.30pm. Nambour Civic Centre, Top level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ღ ☄ ☺

* "All is Lost - Arthouse Film" THE alternative entertainment options are truly the best part of living on our fabulous coast, and our art house films are a must. All is Lost stars the enigmatic Robert Redford as an unnamed sailor who - deep into a solo Indian Ocean voyage - discovers his 39-foot yacht is sinking after a collision with a shipping container. What follows is a series of circumstances where our hero survives by relying on his wits. Tickets $14, 7.30pm. Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ✤ ☾

SUNDAY, July 13
School holidays

* "Queensland Garden Expo" - IT'S the final day of the expo that will see you painting your otherwise coloured thumbs green! It's said to be the state's premier gardening event - attracting more than 30,000 visitors from Australia and New Zealand. With plants from over 55 nurseries and more than 360 exhibitors, there is sure to be something for every person in the household. Day pass $18, other tickets avail, Nambour Showgrounds, Coronation Avenue, NAMBOUR. ღ ♒ ✎ ☼

* " Fermented Food Workshop: KUNARA" IT'S the food technique that is the key to a healthy stomach. Avoid the sugar-filled, pasteurised versions found in your average supermarket by making your own pickles, salsa and relishes in a simple, health-promoting workshop. Cost $60 pp, 9am to 11.30am. Kunara Organic Marketplace, 330 Mons Rd, FOREST GLEN. ☾ ✎ ℉

* "Cotton Tree Street Markets" - SEE why, after 20 years, locals and tourists can't get enough of these markets famed for works from local artisans, designers and inventors in a precinct designed for the most selective of market dwellers. Your patronage at these markets also helps support people living with cancer - the popular fair managed by the team at Bloomhill Cancer Help. 7am - 12noon. King Street, COTTON TREE. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼ FREE

* "Fishermans Road Markets" - WITH over 128 stalls at your fingertips and an unimaginable display of fresh food, new and pre-loved clothes, pet treats, hand tools, books, home made toys, plants and seedlings and furniture - not to mention the coffee and massages! 6am - 12noon, Fishermans Road Markets, car David Low Way and Fishermans Road, MAROOCHYDORE. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE

* "Caloundra Street Fair" - HELD right in the heart of Caloundra, these markets feature unique arts and crafts, family entertainment, fresh produce, flowers, plus local cafes, boutiques and over 50 specialty shops. 8am - 1pm. Bulcock St, CALOUNDRA. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼

* "Noosa Marina Markets" - IT'S for good reason that the locals boast that there are no better markets than right here on the Noosa Marina. Set your own pace with a casual stroll through the seemingly endless lines of stalls, following it up with a relaxing ride on the Noosa Ferry. 8am to 2pm. Noosa Marina, 2 Parkyn Crt, TEWANTIN. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE

* "All is Lost - Arthouse Film" THE alternative entertainment options are truly the best part of living on our fabulous coast, and our art house films are a must. All is Lost stars the enigmatic Robert Redford as an unnamed sailor who - deep into a solo Indian Ocean voyage - discovers his 39-foot yacht is sinking after a collision with a shipping container. What follows is a series of circumstances where our hero survives by relying on his wits. Tickets $14, 4.30pm. Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ✤ ☾

WEDNESDAY, July 16

* "Eumundi Markets" - Rain, hail or shine, even locals can't get enough of the world famous Eumundi Markets whose ethos "we make it, bake it, grow it, sew it" has had visitors flocking back for decades. These world famous markets are open today from 8am to 1.30pm, Memorial Drv, EUMUNDI. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE


Solbar, open mic night, bar, hot nightspot,
Find some musical soul at the Solbar
* "SOLBAR Open Mic Night" - GOT some musical talents you want to share? Or are you looking to discover some of the region's future superstars? See for yourself why the Solbar has become the coast's most popular live music venues for every possible musical genre you can imagine! BYO instrument, lead, strap etc. Every Wednesday in the lounge bar from 6pm until late. Solbar, 10/12-20 Ocean St, MAROOCHYDORE. Ⓐ ❥ ♋ ☾ ☄ ♫ FREE

THURSDAY, July 17

* "The Food Mood Connection - Ayurvedic Eating Workshop" DISCOVER how to turn your diet into a fuel that will heal, inspire and connect yourself to the natural world and each other. Workshop leader Chara Caruthers is a yoga teacher and Ayurvedic therapist invites you to join her by exploring the six tastes of "Ayurveda" which feed your mind, body and spirit. Reservations essential, 6pm to 7pm, Kunara Organic MarketPlace, 330 Mons Rd, FOREST GLENN. ☾ ✎ ℉ FREE

FRIDAY, July 18

* "The Noosa Long Weekend Festival" - IT'S 10 days of music, theatre, dance, film, food, literature, visual arts and workshops in a festival that has captured the heart of the Sunny Coast since its inception in 2002. The collection of talent from a local, national and international is without parallel, coming together for one of the most fun, friendly and engaging experiences the coast's calendar has to offer this year. Day 1 features a slue of presentations including one by comedian Fiona O'LoughlinTickets start from $12.50, events start from 9am. The J, 60 Noosa Drv, NOOSA. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♛ ☾ ☄ ♫ ✎ ✿ ☼

* "The Friday Workers Club - The Velo Project" - IT'S one of two hot new Sunshine Coast spots whose word of mouth alone has locals busting their hop to get down too. This addition to their weekly schedule is an after works drink club which provides the old English style grub and eclectic live music (if you get an early mark) - YOU provide the BYO drinks. Every Friday. The Velo Project, 19 Careela St, MOOLOOLABA. ☾ ♫ ◈

* "Blue Light Disco - KAWANA" THEY may be the punch line of many a joke, but blue light disco's are still as retro cool as ever. I can still remember the ra-ra skirts, cropped t's and bad hair. And if the fashion throwbacks are anything to go by, tonight is sure to be just as memorable for the current tween generation. Ages 12 to 15 years only, $10 entry. 6.30pm start. Lake Kawana Community Centre, 115 Sportsmans Pde, BOKARINA. ☪ ☾ ♫ ☺

* " Belle: Arthouse Movie" THE alternative entertainment options are truly the best part of living on our fabulous coast, and our art house films are a must. Inspired by the true story of Dido Elizabeth Belle (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), this is the tale of the illegitimate mixed race daughter of an admiral, whose initial life on the sidelines soon transforms into one that helps shape the end of slavery in England. Tickets $14, 6.30pm. Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ✤ ☾

* "Tom Burlinson: 'Simply Sinatra' LIVE" YES, Jim Craig was so permanently burnt into my consciousness, that I would probably go and see Mr Burlinson if he sounded like my next door neighbours cat. Thankfully, the Aussie crooner has one of this country's finest reputations and he's set to win your heart all over again with his latest tour where he revisits no less than 20 of 'ol Blue Eyes' classic's. Tickets from $35 (group prices avail), show starts 8pm. Nambour Civic Centre, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ღ ☾ ☄

* "Graeme Connors: North LIVE" IT'S hard to believe it's been 25 years since the heart of Australia was captured by a song telling a story of a season that has destroyed so many. Graeme Connors became a stalwart of most Aussie's music collection with his album "North" and tonight the Sunshine Coast is treated to a rare intimate audience with the great Aussie storyteller as he revisits the hit album for its silver anniversary as well a mix of hits from his other 17 albums. Tickets from $49.00, show starts 7.30pm. The Events Centre, 20 Minchinton St, CALOUNDRA. ☾ ☄

SATURDAY, July 19

* "Beach Bash: Coolum" IT's 17 obstacles and 6-8 sandy kilometres of the craziest courses you are likely to ever see on Australian beaches.It's a day of adventure for the entire family with the junior beach bash returning again this year. So sit back and watch the adventure unfold, or dive in yourself. Entry $89, events start from 7.30am, Tickle Park, David Low Way, COOLUM. ღ ♒ ♫ ✔ ☼

* "The Noosa Long Weekend Festival" - IT'S 10 days of music, theatre, dance, film, food, literature, visual arts and workshops in a festival that has captured the heart of the Sunny Coast since its inception in 2002. The collection of talent from a local, national and international is without parallel, coming together for one of the most fun, friendly and engaging experiences the coast's calendar has to offer this year. Day 2 features a slue of presentations including one by poet Bruce Dawe. Tickets start from $12.50, events start from 9am. The J, 60 Noosa Drv, NOOSA. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♛ ☾ ☄ ♫ ✎ ✿ ☼

* "The Big Pineapple Markets" - THEY truly are my pick for the BEST place on the Sunshine Coast to get fresh ORGANIC fruit and veg. The Big Pineapple markets are the sweet sensation that's on everybody's lips every Saturday, with these all-weather markets at the revitalised Sunshine Coast tourist icon that is the Big Pineapple. 6.30am - 1pm, The Big Pineapple, 76 Nambour Connection Rd, WOOMBYE. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼ FREE

* "Kawana Waters Farmers Market" - INDULGE the senses, relax, taste, listen to the live music, let the kids go wild on the jumping castle, wander and unwind as you discover an array of sumptuous and flavoursome organic fruits and vegetables, gourmet condiments and exquisite fruity jams amongst some of the most beautifully hand crafted products you will find. 7am - 12noon. Kawana State College, 119 Sportsman Pde, BOKARINA. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼ FREE

* "The Sunshine Coast Bazaar Saturday Markets" - THE Bazaar showcases regional small businesses bursting with fresh produce, delicious snacks, clever crafts, original fashion and loads more. 7am to 1pm. Corbould Park Racecourse, Pierce Avenue, CALOUNDRA. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼ FREE

* "Eumundi Markets" - RAIN, hail or shine, even locals can't get enough of the world famous Eumundi Markets whose ethos "we make it, bake it, grow it, sew it" has had visitors flocking back for decades. These world famous markets are open from 7am to 2pm, Memorial Drv, EUMUNDI. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE

* "Maroochydore State High School 50th Anniversary" FOR 50 years Maroochydore State High has been educating future leaders, and today the school will open its doors to celebrate its past, present and future. There will be student and staff reunions, classroom display, entertainment and a dinner dance later in the evening. Tickets for the 3-course dinner are $90. Maroochydore State High School, 160 Maroochydore Road, MAROOCHYDORE.

* "Sunshine Coast Doll, Bear, Craft & Miniature Show" - IT'S the 26th years of this annual show and there's sure to be something for everyone! There will be trading tables, raffles and refreshments with entry by gold coin donation. Money raised goes towards local children's charities. 9am start, Buderim Memorial Hall, Cnr Church and Main Street, BUDERIM.

* " Belle: Arthouse Movie" THE alternative entertainment options are truly the best part of living on our fabulous coast, and our art house films are a must. Inspired by the true story of Dido Elizabeth Belle (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), this is the tale of the illegitimate mixed race daughter of an admiral, whose initial life on the sidelines soon transforms into one that helps shape the end of slavery in England. Tickets $14, 6.30pm. Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ✤ ☾

* "Alex Williamson: Dumb Things I've Done LIVE" HE is the Youtube sensation who has amassed a jaw dropping 43 million views and tonight he hits the Sunshine Coast for one night only with his hot new show. 'Shooter Williamson' - as his fans know him - is a multi-media extraordinaire effortlessly shifting from roles of film maker to songwriter to performer. Tickets from $33.50, show starts 7.30pm. The Events Centre, 20 Minchinton St, CALOUNDRA. Ⓐ ♛ ☾

SUNDAY, July 20

* "Beach Bash: Coolum" IT's 17 obstacles and 6-8 sandy kilometres of the craziest courses you are likely to ever see on Australian beaches.It's a day of adventure for the entire family with the junior beach bash returning again this year. So sit back and watch the adventure unfold, or dive in yourself. Entry $89, events start from 7.30am, Tickle Park, David Low Way, COOLUM. ღ ♒ ♫ ✔ ☼

* "Billy Cart Grand Prix" - THE annual fun fair for Noosa Christian College returns for its 11th year with a full day of entertainment. Build or borrow a billy cart, get a team together and get set for a great day of racing fun. As well as the racing on the tract there will be live music, farm animals, rides, stalls, garage sale and more in what is sure to be a day the whole family will enjoy! Tickets $5, gates open from 7.30am, Noosa Christian College, 20 Belli Creek Road, COOROY. ღ ♒ ♫ ✌ ☼

* "The Noosa Long Weekend Festival" - IT'S 10 days of music, theatre, dance, film, food, literature, visual arts and workshops in a festival that has captured the heart of the Sunny Coast since its inception in 2002. The collection of talent from a local, national and international is without parallel, coming together for one of the most fun, friendly and engaging experiences the coast's calendar has to offer this year. Day 3 features a slue of presentations including one by poet Puccini and Fettucini. Tickets start from $12.50, events start from 9am. The J, 60 Noosa Drv, NOOSA. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♛ ☾ ☄ ♫ ✎ ✿ ☼

Cotton Tree markets, Sunshine Coast, fashion, food, jewellery, cheap buys
Jazz up with jewellery delights
* "Cotton Tree Street Markets" - SEE why, after 20 years, locals and tourists can't get enough of these markets famed for works from local artisans, designers and inventors in a precinct designed for the most selective of market dwellers. Your patronage at these markets also helps support people living with cancer - the popular fair managed by the team at Bloomhill Cancer Help. 7am - 12noon. King Street, COTTON TREE. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼ FREE

* "Fishermans Road Markets" - WITH over 128 stalls at your fingertips and an unimaginable display of fresh food, new and pre-loved clothes, pet treats, hand tools, books, home made toys, plants and seedlings and furniture - not to mention the coffee and massages! 6am - 12noon, Fishermans Road Markets, car David Low Way and Fishermans Road, MAROOCHYDORE. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE

* "Caloundra Street Fair" - HELD right in the heart of Caloundra, these markets feature unique arts and crafts, family entertainment, fresh produce, flowers, plus local cafes, boutiques and over 50 specialty shops. 8am - 1pm. Bulcock St, CALOUNDRA. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼

* "Noosa Marina Markets" - IT'S for good reason that the locals boast that there are no better markets than right here on the Noosa Marina. Set your own pace with a casual stroll through the seemingly endless lines of stalls, following it up with a relaxing ride on the Noosa Ferry. 8am to 2pm. Noosa Marina, 2 Parkyn Crt, TEWANTIN. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE

* " Belle: Arthouse Movie" THE alternative entertainment options are truly the best part of living on our fabulous coast, and our art house films are a must. Inspired by the true story of Dido Elizabeth Belle (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), this is the tale of the illegitimate mixed race daughter of an admiral, whose initial life on the sidelines soon transforms into one that helps shape the end of slavery in England. Tickets $14, 4.30pm. Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ✤ ☾

MONDAY, July 21

* "YWCAEncore: Breast Cancer Survivor Exercise Program" - THIS free eight-week program is specially designed gentle exercise, relaxation, support and information for women who have experienced breast cancer at any stage of their life. Sessions incorporate gentle sessions on land and in water in a warm hydrotherapy pool. 11am to 12noon every Monday for eight weeks. Enrolment and medical approval is required. Lake Kawana Community Centre, 115 Sportsmans Pde, BOKARINA. ✎ ✔

* "The Noosa Long Weekend Festival" - IT'S 10 days of music, theatre, dance, film, food, literature, visual arts and workshops in a festival that has captured the heart of the Sunny Coast since its inception in 2002. The collection of talent from a local, national and international is without parallel, coming together for one of the most fun, friendly and engaging experiences the coast's calendar has to offer this year. Day 4 features a slue of presentations including a Film with Haute Cuisine. Tickets start from $12.50, events start from 9am. The J, 60 Noosa Drv, NOOSA. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♛ ☾ ☄ ♫ ✎ ✿ ☼
TUESDAY, July 22

* "The Noosa Long Weekend Festival" - IT'S 10 days of music, theatre, dance, film, food, literature, visual arts and workshops in a festival that has captured the heart of the Sunny Coast since its inception in 2002. The collection of talent from a local, national and international is without parallel, coming together for one of the most fun, friendly and engaging experiences the coast's calendar has to offer this year. Day 5 features a slue of presentations including Piano Lessons with Anna Goldsworthy. Tickets start from $12.50, events start from 9am. The J, 60 Noosa Drv, NOOSA. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♛ ☾ ☄ ♫ ✎ ✿ ☼

WEDNESDAY, July 23

* "Gypsy Rose/Herbacraft: Organic Haircare Tips & Samples" - WITH over 25 years experience in the industry, tonight's Kunara workshop host Karen shares the inspiration behind her pure and sustainable hair care range. Exotic, dynamic and eccentric, Karen's presentation is full of passion and knowledge, while sure to be one you won't forget. 10am to 12.30pm, Kunara Organic Marketplace, 330 Mons Rd, FOREST GLEN. ✎ ✿ FREE

* "The Noosa Long Weekend Festival" - IT'S 10 days of music, theatre, dance, film, food, literature, visual arts and workshops in a festival that has captured the heart of the Sunny Coast since its inception in 2002. The collection of talent from a local, national and international is without parallel, coming together for one of the most fun, friendly and engaging experiences the coast's calendar has to offer this year. Day 6 features a slue of presentations including Prawnissimo Promenade. Tickets start from $12.50, events start from 9am. The J, 60 Noosa Drv, NOOSA. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♛ ☾ ☄ ♫ ✎ ✿ ☼

Eumundi Markets, famous, Wedneday and Saturday, gift ideas, authentic cuisines
Treat yourself!
* "Eumundi Markets" - Rain, hail or shine, even locals can't get enough of the world famous Eumundi Markets whose ethos "we make it, bake it, grow it, sew it" has had visitors flocking back for decades. These world famous markets are open today from 8am to 1.30pm, Memorial Drv, EUMUNDI. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE



* "SOLBAR Open Mic Night" - GOT some musical talents you want to share? Or are you looking to discover some of the region's future superstars? See for yourself why the Solbar has become the coast's most popular live music venues for every possible musical genre you can imagine! BYO instrument, lead, strap etc. Every Wednesday in the lounge bar from 6pm until late. Solbar, 10/12-20 Ocean St, MAROOCHYDORE. Ⓐ ❥ ♋ ☾ ☄ ♫ FREE



THURSDAY, July 24

* "The Noosa Long Weekend Festival" - IT'S 10 days of music, theatre, dance, film, food, literature, visual arts and workshops in a festival that has captured the heart of the Sunny Coast since its inception in 2002. The collection of talent from a local, national and international is without parallel, coming together for one of the most fun, friendly and engaging experiences the coast's calendar has to offer this year. Day 7 features a slue of presentations including "Go Your Own Way - Featuring Catherine Allcorn". Tickets start from $12.50, events start from 9am. The J, 60 Noosa Drv, NOOSA. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♛ ☾ ☄ ♫ ✎ ✿ ☼

* "Rocky Horror Picture Show: Arthouse Cinema" JUMP to the left or step to the right - just make sure you enjoy the Time Warp all over again in the 1975 classic starring Susan Sarandon and Tim Curry which ensured 'hotdogs' were not the first thought that came to mind when you heard "frankfurter". Parents: remember that the movie is based complex adult themes of sexuality and personal freedoms/lifestyles. Come dressed as your favourite character and you're sure to be dancing in the aisles all over again. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. Ⓐ ✤ ☾

FRIDAY, July 25

* "The Noosa Long Weekend Festival" - IT'S 10 days of music, theatre, dance, film, food, literature, visual arts and workshops in a festival that has captured the heart of the Sunny Coast since its inception in 2002. The collection of talent from a local, national and international is without parallel, coming together for one of the most fun, friendly and engaging experiences the coast's calendar has to offer this year. Day 8 features a slue of presentations including one the Dame Joan Sutherland Vocal Award. Tickets start from $12.50, events start from 9am. The J, 60 Noosa Drv, NOOSA. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♛ ☾ ☄ ♫ ✎ ✿ ☼

* "The Friday Workers Club - The Velo Project" - IT'S one of two hot new Sunshine Coast spots whose word of mouth alone has locals busting their hop to get down too. This addition to their weekly schedule is an after works drink club which provides the old English style grub and eclectic live music (if you get an early mark) - YOU provide the BYO drinks. Every Friday. The Velo Project, 19 Careela St, MOOLOOLABA. ☾ ♫ ◈

* "The Finishers: Arthouse Movie" THE alternative entertainment options are truly the best part of living on our fabulous coast, and our art house films are a must. This is the quest of a wheelchair-bound boy who competes in a triathlon solely through the physical strength of a father who pulls his child through the swimming, running and bike legs. Beautifully sentimental without going over-the-top in schmaltz. Tickets $14, 6.30pm. Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ✤ ☾

SATURDAY, July 26

* "Nambour Swap Meet" - THE Sunshine Coast Antique Car club is hosting its 26th annual meet. There will be hundreds of sites selling parts and memorabilia and catering on site. Entry is $5 pp, gates open 6am. Nambour Showgrounds, Coronation Av, NAMBOUR.

* "The Noosa Long Weekend Festival" - IT'S 10 days of music, theatre, dance, film, food, literature, visual arts and workshops in a festival that has captured the heart of the Sunny Coast since its inception in 2002. The collection of talent from a local, national and international is without parallel, coming together for one of the most fun, friendly and engaging experiences the coast's calendar has to offer this year. Day 9 features a slue of presentations including Ali McGregor in Alchemy. Tickets start from $12.50, events start from 9am. The J, 60 Noosa Drv, NOOSA. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♛ ☾ ☄ ♫ ✎ ✿ ☼

* "Spice Blending Class Workshop -Red Hot Chilli Pepper" - PUT some spice into your every day life with flavours from ancient times. The vivacious and incredibly insightful Vicki Taylor literally took my breath away on our first meeting and she is sure to leave an equally memorable impression with you at her workshops - sharing with you actual hands on experience that will send all of your senses on an adventure around the world! you actual hands on experience with her workshops which will sweep your senses away. $75 pp, 2.30pm start. Red Hot Chilli Pepper, Shop 4 Monaco Bulcock Street, CALOUNDRA. ✎ ℉

* "The Big Pineapple Markets" - THEY truly are my pick for the BEST place on the Sunshine Coast to get fresh ORGANIC fruit and veg. The Big Pineapple markets are the sweet sensation that's on everybody's lips every Saturday, with these all-weather markets at the revitalised Sunshine Coast tourist icon that is the Big Pineapple. 6.30am - 1pm, The Big Pineapple, 76 Nambour Connection Rd, WOOMBYE. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼ FREE

* "Kawana Waters Farmers Market" - INDULGE the senses, relax, taste, listen to the live music, let the kids go wild on the jumping castle, wander and unwind as you discover an array of sumptuous and flavoursome organic fruits and vegetables, gourmet condiments and exquisite fruity jams amongst some of the most beautifully hand crafted products you will find. 7am - 12noon. Kawana State College, 119 Sportsman Pde, BOKARINA. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼ FREE

* "The Sunshine Coast Bazaar Saturday Markets" - THE Bazaar showcases regional small businesses bursting with fresh produce, delicious snacks, clever crafts, original fashion and loads more. 7am to 1pm. Corbould Park Racecourse, Pierce Avenue, CALOUNDRA. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼ FREE

* "Eumundi Markets" - RAIN, hail or shine, even locals can't get enough of the world famous Eumundi Markets whose ethos "we make it, bake it, grow it, sew it" has had visitors flocking back for decades. These world famous markets are open from 7am to 2pm, Memorial Drv, EUMUNDI. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE

* "The Finishers: Arthouse Movie" THE alternative entertainment options are truly the best part of living on our fabulous coast, and our art house films are a must. This is the quest of a wheelchair-bound boy who competes in a triathlon solely through the physical strength of a father who pulls his child through the swimming, running and bike legs. Beautifully sentimental without going over-the-top in schmaltz. Tickets $14, 7.30pm. Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ✤ ☾

SUNDAY, July 27

* "Cotton Tree Street Markets" - SEE why, after 20 years, locals and tourists can't get enough of these markets famed for works from local artisans, designers and inventors in a precinct designed for the most selective of market dwellers. Your patronage at these markets also helps support people living with cancer - the popular fair managed by the team at Bloomhill Cancer Help. 7am - 12noon. King Street, COTTON TREE. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼ FREE

Fishermans Road markets, Sunshine Coast, food, fun, fashion
Fabulous Fashion at Fishermans
* "Fishermans Road Markets" - WITH over 128 stalls at your fingertips and an unimaginable display of fresh food, new and pre-loved clothes, pet treats, hand tools, books, home made toys, plants and seedlings and furniture - not to mention the coffee and massages! 6am - 12noon, Fishermans Road Markets, car David Low Way and Fishermans Road, MAROOCHYDORE. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE


* "Caloundra Street Fair" - HELD right in the heart of Caloundra, these markets feature unique arts and crafts, family entertainment, fresh produce, flowers, plus local cafes, boutiques and over 50 specialty shops. 8am - 1pm. Bulcock St, CALOUNDRA. ღ ♒ ♫ ☼

* "Noosa Marina Markets" - IT'S for good reason that the locals boast that there are no better markets than right here on the Noosa Marina. Set your own pace with a casual stroll through the seemingly endless lines of stalls, following it up with a relaxing ride on the Noosa Ferry. 8am to 2pm. Noosa Marina, 2 Parkyn Crt, TEWANTIN. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE

* "The Noosa Long Weekend Festival" - IT'S 10 days of music, theatre, dance, film, food, literature, visual arts and workshops in a festival that has captured the heart of the Sunny Coast since its inception in 2002. The collection of talent from a local, national and international is without parallel, coming together for one of the most fun, friendly and engaging experiences the coast's calendar has to offer this year. Day 10 features a slue of presentations including the festival wrap party and dinner. Tickets start from $12.50, events start from 9am. The J, 60 Noosa Drv, NOOSA. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♛ ☾ ☄ ♫ ✎ ✿ ☼

* "The Finishers: Arthouse Movie" THE alternative entertainment options are truly the best part of living on our fabulous coast, and our art house films are a must. This is the quest of a wheelchair-bound boy who competes in a triathlon solely through the physical strength of a father who pulls his child through the swimming, running and bike legs. Beautifully sentimental without going over-the-top in schmaltz. Tickets $14, 4.30pm. Nambour Arthouse Cinema, Top Level Centenary Square, Currie St, NAMBOUR. ✤ ☾

WEDNESDAY, July 30

* "Eumundi Markets" - Rain, hail or shine, even locals can't get enough of the world famous Eumundi Markets whose ethos "we make it, bake it, grow it, sew it" has had visitors flocking back for decades. These world famous markets are open today from 8am to 1.30pm, Memorial Drv, EUMUNDI. ღ ❥ ♒ ♋ ♫ FREE


* "SOLBAR Open Mic Night" - GOT some musical talents you want to share? Or are you looking to discover some of the region's future superstars? See for yourself why the Solbar has become the coast's most popular live music venues for every possible musical genre you can imagine! BYO instrument, lead, strap etc. Every Wednesday in the lounge bar from 6pm until late. Solbar, 10/12-20 Ocean St, MAROOCHYDORE. Ⓐ ❥ ♋ ☾ ☄ ♫ FREE

THURSDAY, July 31

* "Electro Magnetic Radiation & Friends: Effects & Solutions" THERE is no escaping technology. But should we limit our exposure to the waves of energy and light from TV and radio transmissions. And if so, how? Gerard Bini is one of Australia's leading experts of knowledge on the top of EMR and recently has been developing products to help harmonise and balance the noxious energy around us. An incredible insight to a very constant invisible presence. 10am to 12noon, Kunara Organic Marketplace, 330 Mons Rd, FOREST GLEN. ✎ ✿


KEY ღ =FAMILY, Ⓐ = ADULTS, ☪=KIDS, ☃ - XMAS EVENT, ❥= LICENSED, ♒ = MULTIPLE EVENTS/ACTIVITIES, ♋ = DANCE ♛ = THEATRE, ✤ = FILM ☾ - NIGHT OUT, ☄ = CONCERT, ♫ = ENTERTAINMENT, ✎ = EDUCATIONAL, ✿ =ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY, ✔ = EXERCISE ✌ = FUNDRAISER, ℉ = MEAL/SNACK INC, B=BEGINNERS, A=ADVANCED, ☼ =OUTDOORS, ◈ = GOLD COIN DONATION, ☺= SCHOOL HOLIDAY FUN, ✘ - ALCOHOL FREE
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