Wondall Heights State School Fete is on this Saturday 26 July starting at 10am. Fun for all ages with lots of rides, animal farm, stalls, sample bags, face painting, games and food from different nations. There is also a giant cent auction, an art show and performances by Wondall students, Bayside youth band, FAD and the Marching girls. Also attending the fete the fire brigade will be bringing a truck, the police will be setting up a stall and the kids can get their finger prints done.
See you at Wondall Heights State School 260 Wondall Road, Manly West.
Posted by webmaster on Friday, 25 July 2014 @ 15:59:54
Brisbane City Plan
As part of its Brisbane City Plan 2014, Brisbane City Council will be holding a series of 'Talk to a Planner' events in the coming months. The sessions will help members of the community understand what the new planning scheme means for development in Brisbane.
The next scheduled 'Talk to a Planner' events will be held on:
Wednesday, 6 August 2014 - Sherwood Room, Brisbane City Hall, 64 Adelaide Street, Brisbane CBD - 12-2pm and 5-7pm.
Wednesday, 12 November 2014 - Community Centre, Kedron Wavell RSL, 375 Hamilton Road, Chermside - 2-4pm and 5-7pm.
Posted by webmaster on Saturday, 12 July 2014 @ 11:39:01
INDIGENOUS RECOGNITION GAME - Wynnum Manly Seagulls VS Central Queensland Capr
Deadly Choices & Redlands City Council are proud to present the Wynnum Manly Seagull’s first INDIGENOUS RECOGNITION GAME - SUNDAY 13 JULY recognising and acknowledging the Quandamooka People and the Club’s Past Indigenous greats
Wynnum Manly Seagulls VS Central Queensland Capras
Round 19 Intrust Super Game, Ron Stark Oval, Dunwich, Sunday 13 July
11:45 am: Straddie Sharks v Eagleby Giants
2:00 pm: Indigenous presentation and traditional dance
2:15 pm: Intrust Super Cup kick-off
Ground activities for the family include a rock climbing wall, jumping castle, healthy eating food demonstrations, as well as Dental and Health Vans for checkups. Proudly Supported by Deadly Choices, Redlands City Council and Straddie Ferries
*This is an Alcohol and Drug Free Event
Pre-purchase Straddie Ferries Fast Flyer tickets from the Wynnum Manly Leagues Club or Wynnum Manlys Seagulls RLFC at a discounted rate:
Adults: $14.00 return
Children: $7.00 return
Valid for travel Friday to Sunday of the game weekend, phone 07 3393 3482 for more information.
Posted by webmaster on Friday, 04 July 2014 @ 18:25:30
Zumbathon Charity Event Wynnum Manly Leagues Club
Zumbathon Charity Event will be held at Wynnum Manly Leagues Club on Sunday 6 July (registration at 5pm and class starts at 5:30pm). Zumba fitness instructors will be performing together at this special event. There will be prizes to be won, Zumbawear for sale and more...
All the money raised will be donated to Novak Djokovic Foundation - Serbia Flood Relief Appeal and will help with reconstruction of kindergartens and schools destroyed in the recent floods.
Three years ago I organised a Zumbathon Charity Event for the victims of Queensland floods and we raised nearly $2000 for the Premier's Disaster Relief Appeal. I am hoping that we can do the same this time,if not better.
Tickets will be $20 pre-purchased and $25 at the door. I will be selling them in my classes but people can also contact me via mobile (0403 113 828) or email.
Come and help us make this event a success, be ready to shake and shimmy, let loose, have loads of fun and all for a great cause!
Posted by webmaster on Monday, 23 June 2014 @ 17:12:17
Posted by webmaster on Thursday, 19 June 2014 @ 21:15:30
Fort Lytton National Park - Living History Weekend
On Saturday 7 June and Sunday 8 June the grounds of Fort Lytton National Park will come alive with 2000 years of history. The Fort is one of Queensland's most important heritage sites (and one of the least known). Its stories, embodying the themes of defence, health and immigration, are reflected in the unique buildings and hidden structures inside its boundaries. Fort Lytton is not just a rare 19th century Fort designed to protect Brisbane from attack. It was also known in the early 20th century, as the Lytton Quarantine Station and was used to protect Brisbane from disease. (One of the buildings is now the Wynnum Rugby Union Club house).
Fort Lytton National Park is a fascinating site to explore. In use throughout both World Wars, it provides a stimulating background to History Alive: a Journey through Time.
Book your tickets now for the two days or just one - a family pass for the weekend is $45 so go online and find out more at www.historyalive.com.au. You can purchase tickets at the gate.
Posted by webmaster on Friday, 06 June 2014 @ 15:47:26
RE/MAX Advantage Illuminations Festival
Wynnum’s foreshore will come alight with the inaugural Remax Illuminations Festival on Saturday 21st June from noon to 9pm. Entertainment will feature a Lantern parade light displays; tree illuminations; twilight markets and a Fire Sculpture.
A spectacular Fire Sculpture will be lit on Pandanus Beach
Lantern Parade - Featuring seaside themed giant lantern creations and hundreds of children’s lanterns forming a colourful parade from Wynnum Central
Colour change floating lanterns on Wynnum Wading pool
Light displays will project children’s artwork on poolside buildings
Tree illuminations will light up around the Wynnum ‘whale’ playground
WINAM local aboriginal group to perform special displays
A twilight market will have displays of foods and crafts
Manly Dragon boat club will provide a twilight tug-of-war competition in Wynnum Wading pool
Posted by webmaster on Sunday, 01 June 2014 @ 18:39:29
Bay Wave Youth and Community Festival
This Saturday 31 May the eighth Bay Wave Youth and Community Festival will be held at Lota Skate Park, Cnr Alexander and MacDonald Sts, Lota from 11am - 4:30pm. The festival celebrates and recognises the importance and achievements of all young people in the local community and the aim is to create opportunities for showcasing the talents, skills and ideas of local young people. The Festival offers a range of activities, workshops and performances throughout the day for the whole community to enjoy and participate in.
Posted by webmaster on Thursday, 29 May 2014 @ 20:01:31
New boat ramps
The completion of two public boat ramps and the marina dredging being underway to widen the entrance channel means that boat owners will find it easier to enter and leave the marina.
Our Manly harbour is one of the busiest marinas on the Queensland coast and these exciting projects will ensure it remains pre-eminent in the recreational boating community. These two projects are worth over $2 million and are funded by the Queensland Government.
The dredging works will widen the channel and are expected to be completed by late next month.
These ramps will make launching and recovering trailer boats much easier at lower tides.
Boaties could now berth on both sides of the floating walkways.This will also make getting out on the water quicker, safer and more enjoyable, especially for children and the elderly.
Posted by webmaster on Friday, 16 May 2014 @ 16:14:37
Mother's Day in the park
Mother's day in the park is on this Sunday 11 May 2014! The day starts 9.00 am through to 2.00 pm, there will be a 'free' entertainment program happening in Little Bayside Park, Manly (at the intersection of the Esplanade and Cambridge Parade) presented for the Community by the Bayside PCYC and the Manly Harbour Village COC Partnership.
Bring Mum and the rest of the Family and enjoy a day in the sun listening to great performers and browsing the Manly Creative Markets (8.00 am - 3.00 pm) on the shore of Moreton Bay in beautiful Manly Harbour Village. Mum can enjoy freshly brewed coffee and pastries for morning tea, choose from a variety of foods for lunch from the markets or from the eateries and restaurants in Manly Harbour Village.
Posted by webmaster on Wednesday, 07 May 2014 @ 16:44:39
Youngsters go to jail
Mike O’Shea from the Pelican’s Nest by the Bay on the Wynnum foreshore was forced to pay bail at Masters Jailhouse today 26 April to release staff members. Staff members had been accused of crimes ranging from smiling too much to trying to drive a car.
No real criminals were detained. The event hosted by Masters Tingalpa was a fund raiser for the Police-Citizens Youth Club (PCYC).. Time4Kids is a PCYC great fun opportunity for corporate organisations and members of the community to get involved and work jointly with state Police in supporting their local PCYC to make a difference.
Each year during the month of April Time4Kids events are held across Australia. Hundreds of participants from all walks of life - community members and leaders, business owners and celebrities come together to support PCYC and Do Time to Stop Youth Crime. Volunteer detainees are locked-up in mock jail cells, under the supervision of a Police Officer and must raise bail through donations to be set free.
Proceeds from the fundraising goes towards youth development and crime prevention programs at one of over 130 PCYCs throughout Australia.
Posted by webmaster on Saturday, 26 April 2014 @ 11:49:16
Manly Lota: 4:15am Service at Richard Russell Park, corner Cambridge Pde and Ferguson St, Manly. This is followed by a gunfire breakfast in the RSL Hall at 184 Melville Tce, Manly.
8:00am Parade begins at Manly State School, Ernest St, Manly and continues to Richard Russell Park.
8:30am Service at Richard Russell Park, Manly corner Cambridge Pde and Ferguson St.
Wynnum: 5:00am Service held in the car park of Wynnum RSL near the Memorial Rock.
9:00am Parade begins at corner of Cedar St and Bay Tce, Wynnum and will continue to the Wynnum RSL, Tingal Rd. The wreath service will commence once the march has reached the Wynnum RSL car park. (approx. 9.30am)
NASHOS: 6.10am The Bayside Branch of the National Servicemen's Association of Australia (NSAA) host an Anzac Day Dawn Service. The service is held at their memorial, Lower Esplanade at Darling Point.
Posted by webmaster on Wednesday, 23 April 2014 @ 16:19:45
Caltex Lytton Refinery Maintenance
Caltex Lytton is currently undertaking maintenance work at the refinery over the next seven (7) days 12/4 to 19/4. During this period at some stages they will be required to operate the refinery's elevated flare. You may be able to see the elevated flare's flame and also hear increased noise when it is in operation. Caltex will make all efforts to restrict flaring to daylight hours although this may not be always possible. Flaring is a highly controlled and safe procedure and there is no need for you to report this to them or have any concerns.
If you do have any questions or concerns about these activities during this period, or at any other time please call their 24-hour Community Hot Line on 1800 675 487. Caltex try to ensure all residents interested in communications from them are contacted about these and other activities. If you or someone you know would like to receive their emails contact Toni Dugdale at firstname.lastname@example.org with your email contact details.
Posted by webmaster on Friday, 11 April 2014 @ 16:25:10
Moreton Bay Lions K.I.N.D Gala – Kids in Need Day
13 April 2014 10am-2pm. Cnr Barnham Street and Pine Street Wynnum
Come join the festivities, everyone is welcome!
It’s the Moreton Bay Lions Club 58th birthday and we are celebrating by re-opening the Moreton Bay Lions Park, Wynnum and holding a Gala day to raise funds for Childhood Cancer Research. Come and savour a tasty sausage sizzle or hamburger and treat yourself to a piece of our birthday cake. You can also pick up something special from our stalls and enjoy activities and raffles.
There’s something for everyone, please come along and join our celebration.
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Posted by webmaster on Saturday, 22 March 2014 @ 17:48:15
21 March is Harmony Day
The message of Harmony Day is Everyone Belongs. It is a day to celebrate Australia’s diversity. It is a day of cultural respect for everyone who calls Australia home – from the traditional owners of this land to those who have come from many countries around the world.
There are many ways we can celebrate Harmony Day – through sport, dance, art, film, music, storytelling, cooking and sharing cultural meals. By participating in Harmony Day activities we can learn and understand how all Australians from diverse backgrounds equally belong to this nation and make it a better place.
Harmony Day is an Australian Government programme and coincides with the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
Since 1999 Harmony Day has been widely celebrated across schools, childcare centres, community groups, churches, businesses and federal, state and local government agencies.
To encourage celebrations, free Harmony Day promotional material is available to those who register events on the website. There are also educational resources for teachers and students to celebrate Harmony Day in their schools.