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Whats On - Fraser Coast

November 19, 2018

The Handmade Expo Hervey Bay

Date: 25th November

Time:  9am - 1pm

Where: PCYC O'Rourke St - Pialba

Entry: Free entry

The Handmade Expo Hervey Bay brings to you the very best in handmade, handbaked and homegrown from around the Fraser Coast Region and surrounding areas.

 

Visitors to the market can expect to find quality handmade products for children and adults along with coffee and food. There's free facepainting, free entry and the venue is pram and wheelchair friendly. Plus as an added bonus our November 25th market is our Christmas market so bring your lists along as you're sure to find the perfect, unique gift for that someone special.  

 

Like to have a stall? Apply online at www.thehandmadeexpo.com.au

Bauple Markets

Date: 24th November 

Time:  8:00am - 12:00pm

Where: Band Hall 

Entry: Free entry

Bauple Markets are held on the fourth Saturday of every month from 7.00.am at the Bauple Band Hall Green. Stalls have fresh local produce, arts and crafts, books and lots of tasty treats.

Walk4BrainCancer - Cooper's Walk 2018

Date: 24th November

Time: Registration 7:30am, Start 8:00am

Where: Opposite 420 Charlton Esplanade - near the Bideford Street Intersection

Entry: Adult $30.00, Child $20.00, Family $90.00

Walk4BrainCancer - Cooper’s Walk was created 3 years ago in loving memory of our son Cooper, loved ones who have courageously lost their battle, and for those who continue their fight against Brain Cancer. As we enter our 3rd year walking for brain cancer, we would love your continued support.

 

Over the last 2 years we have collectively raised an amazing $39,555.00. This could not have been achieved without everyone's kind donations, registration to walk and purchases of merchandise, food, drinks and raffle tickets in the lead up to the walk and on the day. This year I am hoping that we can reach my new goal of making our collective total $50,000. This means we need to raise $10,445 this year to achieve this, and I believe we can do it. As Cooper always used to say, “ Never Ever Give Up”. The walk location is the same as last year again being held at Bill Fraser Park, The Esplanade Torquay, Hervey Bay. We will once again walk through Cooper's Walk and return for a cool drink and a bite to eat.

 

Cure Brain Cancer Merchandise will be up for sale again of caps, drink bottles, bandanas and wrist bands with all money going towards the vital funds needed into researching a cure to this deadly cancer. I have created our event page, with all details about the event which includes a link to our registration website. Just click on buy tickets and it will lead you to start a team yourself, or join an existing team. You can also donate to walkers in a team if you wish. This year they have included for privacy reasons, that I cannot see your registration details.

 

If you have any questions, yes please contact me or alternatively please contact The Cure Brain Cancer Foundation directly. I am sorry for this inconvenience, it is completely out of my control. I look forward to seeing familiar faces and groups and many new faces as well. Merchandise | Walkers will have the opportunity to purchase Cure Brain Cancer products on the day, or can purchase a Walk4BrainCancer t-shirt in advance.

Da Vinci Machines

Date: 24th November

Time: 9:00am - 3:00pm

Where: City Hall 388 Kent Street

Entry: Adult $12.00 Child $6.00 Concession $10.00 Family $30.00 Group $5.00 to $10.00

Discover the extraordinary designs of one of the world's greatest minds in this award-winning interactive exhibition. This award-winning global exhibit showcases 60 iconic machines and inventions inspired by Leonardo’s drawings. See 500 year old contraptions brought to life including Da Vinci’s flying machines and actual size replicas of his most famous artworks, including the Mona Lisa.

 

 

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