Celebrate World Environment Day with the Annual Redlands IndigiScapes Weekend Expo incorporating
Folk Redlands Music Festival.
Saturday 2nd June and Sunday 3rd June from 10 am to 4pm.
• Photography Workshop with Steve Parish - 11am Saturday
• Propagation workshops and Frog Pond Demonstrations
• Butterflies and their Host Plants workshop
• Native Stingless Bees workshop
• Art displays, crafts, children’s activities, workshops, Face painting,
• Native Plant Sales
• Environmental Group and community group displays.
• Storytelling, Plant Sales, Fabulous Food. BBQ’s,
• Live animal displays – reptiles and mammals.
• Worm Farm & Composting and Recycling workshops.
• Live Koala display with Koala Action Group and Wildlife Preservation Society of Qld – Bayside Branch.
• Bat Rescue Inc. Brisbane Branch with live flying fox display.
• Redlands After-Hours Wildlife Ambulance and Care Network display.
• Bushcare, Land for Wildlife, Your Backyard Garden and Rural Support Officers and displays .
• Backyard and gardening product displays.
It’s that time of the year again!! The annual Wynnum/Manly Youth Festival will be held at Lota Skate Park (next to Lota train station) on the 26th of May 2007 (Saturday) from 11am-5pm. Festival is proudly brought to you by Brisbane City Council, LINX Wynnum Youth Space and BABI Youth and Family Support.
This year we are hoping to have it even bigger and better than the last.
It will feature:
Muzik Fest (aka Battle of the Bands) – Bands have till the 30th of April to apply. Registration forms are available on www.youthvoice.net.au
Skate and Bike Comps- Young people MUST have parents/guardians sign participant form (rego form) and bring it back on the day. Available on www.youthvoice.net.au
Aerosol Art Comp- sponsored by Wynnum/Redlands YACCA! Rego forms available from www.youthvoice.net.au
Basketball Comp- proudly supported by Winnam ATSI. Registration forms : www.youthvoice.net.au
HIP HOP Tent – featuring DJ Sauce, beat boxing, break dancing performances, funk dancing and much much more.
Arts/Crafts stalls- beading, badge making, candle making, face painting, hair braiding etc etc..
Fun Games Youth Info stalls Food Stalls Freebies
If you would like to get involved or know young people that would like to participate or join our planning committee please give us a call on 3393 4176 (ask for Emina or Josephine) or just drop-in LINX Youth Space (34 Bay Tce, Wynnum) Mon-Wed-Fri 3.30pm-6pm. Keep checking www.youthvoice.net.au for updates and info about the festival or checkout last years pics on www.babi.org.au
The Bayside Women in Business lunchone will be held at Shangri La Gardens, on Tuesday August 22nd, at 11.45 am for 12 noon. Women in, or interested in business are invited to attend.
$45 includes two course luncheon, tea/ coffee
Book and pay by August 18th 2006 - $35
Guest Speaker - Kay Danes When Australian businessman Kerry Danes was suddenly arrested by the Communist Laos government, his wife Kay gathered her two youngest children and fled towards Thailand, only to be intercepted by the same ruthless and corrupt police. Forced into a nightmare of epic proportions, Kay was wrenched from her children and told she was going to join her husband, she knew not where. It was then that the real nightmare began. Hear Kay Danes tell her story – and how it has impact on her life.
Sunday the 28th May marks the upcoming Manly Health & Wellbeing Expo and inaugural Fun Run / Walk. This year the expo focuses on Age and Longevity. This is a free event that aims to encourage people to take an active interest in their health and wellbeing.
The 4 km Fun Run / Walk will commence at 7:30 am from Cardigan Parade on the Esplanade, proceed along the Esplanade to Edith Street, Wynnum and return using the same route.
In support of this event the Village cafes and restaurants of Manly Habour will be offering healthy 'food on the go'!
Life Be In It, a sponsor of the event and will be conducting a range of activities for adults and children during the morning program. The expo will take place in Little Bayside Park at the bottom of Cambridge Parade and presentations from health professionals will be held under the marquee commencing at 9.30 am. In addition there will be associated health industry professionals from outside the area offering free advice to the public.
So get involved and become a part of the fun run/walk and other activities available! Entry Forms are available from the manly Information Centre. For further information contact Manly Precinct Co-Ordinator - Carolanne Tapping - 0400 161 517.
The program for the day will run as follows:-
Manly Health & Wellbeing Expo Program:
9.30 am - Spinal Degeneration - Anthony Collins (BayView Chiropractic)
9.50 am Arthritis, Bone & Joint Health - Tien Chuc (Manly Village Pharmacy)
10.10 AM - Strength Training - ken Kunin (Revolution Fitness)
10.30 am - Acunpuncture - Leanne Zaver (Manly Accunpuncture)
10.50 am - Dental Health - Ed Kearney (Marina Dental Centre)
11.10 am - Pilates - Lifestyle Physical Therapies
11.30 am Counselling - Barbara Englert (Bayside New Horizons)
11.50 am Staying Young with Svaroopa Yoga - Janet Murray (Manly Yoga Centre)
12.10 pm Healthy Eating & Cooking Demonstration - Michael Lawler (Lifestyle Physical Therapies).
The Moreton Bay Lion’s Club has reached an impressive milestone this month. 50 years of dedication and commitment is evident in the many wonderful achievements they have accomplished for the community. The Moreton Bay Lion’s Club began in April 1956, with 21 men and one vision. A vision which has seen members of the Club devoting their time and labour to their international motto, we serve.
Anniversaries offer the opportunity to reflect upon where we have been and where we are going and the Moreton Bay Lion’s Club has certainly etched a path of high success for current members to follow.
Right from their first project, painting a fence at the Margaret Marr home for boys, the Lion’s have shown a passion for helping those in the community less fortunate then themselves by providing humanitarian services to the area and beyond.
Throughout the years the Club has provided financial support to many individuals and organisations within the local, state, national and international communities. Local organisations that have benefited include the Waterloo Bay Sailing Club, Wynnum Soccer Club, Blue Nursing Services, Bayside and Darling Point Sea Scouts, Princess Alexandra Hospital and more.
A fully equipped crash wagon was donated to the Wynnum branch of the Queensland ambulance Transport Brigade along with a variety of life saving equipment, while Lion’s members, with countless other volunteers, also assisted in the relief and restoration after the floods of 1974. The Lion’s run excellent aged programs, and many youth projects including Leo clubs and Youth of the Year.
Peter HO District Governor recognizes the Club’s sponsorship of ten Lions Clubs, five school based Leo Clubs and two community based Leo Clubs. “This is a proud record that is certainly difficult to match by any Lions Clubs through out Australia.”
With such accomplishments behind them, Lion’s members can be justifiably proud of their involvement in the Lion’s organization. As Ross Vasta our federal member for Bonner states in his letter of congratulations, “A Club’s greatest asset is its people and I know that the Moreton Bay Club is comprised of volunteers who selflessly give of their time to try and make the lives of others easier.”
The Moreton Bay Lion’s Club has reason to be proud of their 50 years of service and we both thank and congratulate those who have contributed to the Club and its many valuable endeavors. Congratulations and all the best for the future.
The next luncheon of the Bayside Women in Business Luncheon will be held on Tuesday November 29th, from 11.45 am for 12 noon start, to 2.30 pm at the Moreton Bay Trailer Boat Club, Fairlead Cres, Manly.
$35 includes two course luncheon, tea/ coffee
Book and pay by November 19th, 2005 – pay $30
The Guest Speaker will be Susanna de Vries.
SUSANNA DE VRIES is an art historian and lectures at the University of Queensland. Born in London, she studied art history, literature and history at the Sorbonne in Paris and the University of Madrid. She came to Australia in 1975. She has been the recipient of a Churchill Fellowship to study Renaissance art in Italy and has written extensively on art and history both here and overseas. She was made a member of the Order of Australia in 1996 'for services to art and literature'.
Kris Freeman of Freeman Productions, who was succesful in the recent Telstra Small Business Awards spoke at the BWIB Luncheon on August 23rd - sharing her story of success with the awards and giving some insight into the judging process. Thanks to our sponsors, Sharon Norman of Monet's Florist, Dianne Hermans of Lifestyle Physical Therapies, and Janet Gough
from Mary Kay. Our next luncheon is scheduled for November - for information about the Bayside Women in Business group, and the functions contact Di Hill on 3893 0300 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Manly Harbour Rhythms is an annual event held last weekend 22nd to the 24th of July. As usual Manly Harbour Village put on a very professional event co-ordinated over 3 days and across 4 venues with a street party on the Sunday. The headline act was Ross Wilson, yes Eagle Rock, Mondo Rock Ross Wilson. Ross played a selection of old hits which went down well with the crowd. Sheldon College Jazz Orchestra who have been top in the state for the last 3 years started earlier in the day with special guests The Blues Brothers. Click Here! for more images. If you have some images you would like to share, email them to email@example.com You will be credited and become famous :)
Events: National Parks Association 75th birthday @ Ft Lytton National Park 4 June
Governor of Queensland Ms Quentin Bryce, AC to officiate.
The National Parks Association of Queensland, a community organisation promoting protection of our natural and cultural heritage in the National Park system, celebrates its founding in 1930 by legendary bushman Romeo Lahey.
Fort Lytton National Park (MAP) will be open to the public for this special event.
Entry fees have been waived for the day.
Everyone is invited to come and bring their family!
A free sausage sizzle lunch will be served around midday.
RECLAIM THE PANTS (Rotary without the fundraising)
Are you male...missing talking absolute trivia...bored with home/family life...like a $10 meal & pot of beer with like minded men?
Then you are invited to the 1st Brisbane get together of 'Reclaim the Pants' at the Manly Hotel on Tuesday 7th June.
Reclaim the Pants is a group of blokes meeting in a pub on the first Tuesday of each month at that pub, and responding to the monthly theme issue. Past examples are on the website but include best Beatles songs or 'worst circumstantial twosomes'
Open invitation to the community of Brisbane to join Moreton Oasis Bellydancers and Drummers at the Bandstand park Lower Esplanade Wynnum on Sunday 10th April at 5-7pm. This is a time to enjoy your neighbours company or meet new folk from your area. We encourage everyone to bring an instrument and their hips and of course a huge smile to share with everyone.
This event will take place the 2nd weekend of every month thru winter.
Phone Jill 33968525
This Saturday night 12th of March the Brisbane City Council will be putting on a free movie at Band Stand Park on the Wynnum foreshore. The movie “Garfield” is a comedy about a comic book cat. Peter Cumming is hoping for big crowds for the event as it’s hoped it will be a regular event on the Wynnum Manly foreshore. Film buffs should bring their own chairs and blankets with the movie starting at 6.30pm. Hopefully the rain will stay away for the evening.
Lions Club of Moreton Bay presents Carols by Torchlight
The Christmas event will be held at Bandstand Park Esplanade, Wynnum this Friday night at 6pm.
Performances by Yellow Cabs Brass Band
Queensland Police Pipes and Drums
Choirs from Guardian Angels, Manly West and Hilliard Schools
Visit by Santa
Food and drinks will be available from 5.30pm
Event Sponsored by Port of Brisbane Corporation, Caltex, K.M. Smith Bayside Tyre and Auto Electrics and Eastcoast Engraving and Awards.
October's hot ticket event is BABI's 21st birthday celebration dinner at Wynnum Golf Club on October 2nd.
To add to the occasion, BABI is calling for stories and memorabilia from "the BABI family".
"If you're one of the people BABI has helped over the years we'd love to hear from you," said BABI Manager, Lynn Rose.
A highlight of the celebration will be the auction of "Boating Party", a limited edition print donated by renowned wildlife and landscape artist, Philip Farley. The panoramic painting, Philip's latest work, depicts a familiar scene at Wynnum Creek.
Tickets to the dinner are selling fast. Contact BABI on 33934176.