What’s On Guide
Our What’s On Guide is a community service providing churches and not-for-profit community groups free publicity for upcoming events.
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To submit an item:
- Click the TELL US WHAT’S ON button on this page and fill in the details.
- Ensure you have selected a date and time for your event.
Minature Train Rides Nambour
Sunshine Coast Railway Modellers Society operates Miniature Train Rides every fourth Sunday of the month (except December) from 10am till 3pm (last tickets 2.30pm) at the Model Railway Park at 1 Florence St, Nambour.
The next event will be held on Sunday the 26th of June.
The next event will be held on Sunday the 24th of July.
The next event will be held on Sunday the 28th of August.
The next event will be held on Sunday the 25th of September.
The next event will be held on Sunday the 23rd of October.
The next event will be held on Sunday the 27th of November.
Ride donations are $3 per ride or 4 rides for $10 per person. Children under 4 years, with a fare-paying adult travel for free.
EFTPOS facilities available. Enclosed footwear must be worn. No thongs, open-toe shoes or bare feet are permitted for safety reasons.
Business Prayer Mornings
A Business Prayer Meeting will be held every Thursday Morning from 7:30am to 9:00am at Kingdom House, 1 Main Creek Road Tanawha, for business owners/employees and anyone who wants to see businesses succeed. Come and pray or come and be prayed for. Kingdom House is passionate to see you succeed in life and business, and firmly believe that Kingdom businesses and Kingdom employees should demonstrate supernatural results; for God’s glory and for the good of the people in our community.
Oriana Sunshine Coast Choir Concert
The Sunshine Coast’s Oriana Choir presents Faure’s Requiem and Haydn’s Nelson Mass at Stella Maris Catholic Primary School, Maroochydore on Sunday July 17th at 2:00pm. Originally called the “Mass for Troubled Times”. Haydn’s mighty choral work the Nelson Mass has been called the composer’s greatest single composition. It is a work that was written at a time of intense fear for the future of Austria, whose citizens were not in the best of spirits.
The choir will be conducted by Kim Kirkman, accompanied by Sinfonia of St Andrew’s and four incredible soloists, Soprano – Elisabeth Wallis Gaedtke, Alto – Anne Fulton, Tenor – Tobias Merz and Bass – Jason Barry-Smith.
For further details and to book your seats visit the Website.
‘FUN’draiser Trivia Night Buderim
Everyone loves a Trivia Night! The Sunshine Coast Dementia Alliance invite you to come along to the Buderim Bowls Club, in Elizabeth Street on Friday the 22nd of July from 5.30pm for a fun Trivia Night! Tease your brain, have some fun and help raise funds for the Sunshine Coast Dementia Alliance Community group & win some prizes! Tickets are $15 each, book your team of 6-8 or come along join a team on the night. The scrumptious new menu will be available as well, for those wishing to grab a bite on the night!
A variety of prizes will be available on the night. We look forward to seeing everyone on the 22nd July for what is set to be an evening filled with laughs, friendship and fun facts (some easy, interesting and some a little harder) to spark our grey matter!
For details or to register CLICK HERE
Kenilworth Transport Service
If you need to travel to Nambour, Eumundi, Yandina, Maleny, or the Sunshine Coast University Hospital, why not use the Kenilworth Transport Service to help you out? Cost is $8 return for a 4-5 Hour trip with collection at the Information Centre, or your home if it’s on the way. Bookings to be made by 2pm the day before travel at the Information Centre, Kenilworth. Trip days are as follows: Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday. Out of Schedule trips possible with notice and driver availability. Times and drop off points are negotiable, and you’ll need to be registered before using the service.
To access the Kenilworth Community Transport Service you need to be a resident of Kenilworth, Belli Park, Cambroon, Conondale, Coolabine, Eerwah Vale, Gheerulla, Kidaman Creek or Obi Obi (or a guest of a registered resident).
Call 07 5446 0122 to book your trip.
Please have the following information handy when you call to make a booking:
- date of your trip
- your pick-up address (if not meeting at the Kenilworth Post Office)
- approximate time you will be ready to return.
Additional trips can be organised to meet the needs of the community by arrangement with the sub-committee, subject to driver availability and passenger demand. Please provide one week’s notice where possible.
All passengers (including children*) $8, one-way or return to Nambour, Eumundi, Yandina, Maleny,
All passengers (including children*) $25, one-way or return to Sunshine Coast University Hospital.
*Children aged 14 and under must be accompanied by a registered adult.
The Kenilworth Community Transport Service is run by volunteers, under the leadership of a Sub-Committee of the Kenilworth Chamber of Commerce, who hold the Operator Accreditation for the service with the Department of Transport and Main Roads. Council supplies a fully insured 7-seater passenger vehicle and an allocation (of up to $2,000 to cover expenses) for the community to provide the service with volunteer drivers.
Old Phones for DV Victims
Your old mobile phone could Save a Life! Victims of domestic violence desperately need your old phone right now. Often when victims of domestic violence are considering escape, the perpetrator will confiscate their mobile phone or destroy it when they question who their partner has been talking to or texting. Likewise many who do move into safe houses, arrive with nothing but the shirt on their back.
DV Safe Phone has been established to receive, test, and GIVE your old phone to those who need it the most so they can have access to communication when they most desperately need it. You can take your old, working phone (and charger if you have it) to any King IT store in Queensland, or any Jeep Dealership in Australia, or post it to: DV Safe Phone, PO Box 1440 Mooloolaba QLD 4557. Don’t forget to clear it, delete all personal data, photos etc and set it to the factory reset.
AJ’s Men’s Meet-Ups
AJ’s are weekly meet-ups around the world creating comfortable environments in pubs and cafes for men to make friends and talk life over a beer or coffee.
There are four gatherings held each week here on the Sunshine Coast including:-
9am every Tuesday at Nanna McGinn’s Cafe, Kenilworth
12 noon every Wednesday at Taps Pub Brisbane Road, Mooloolaba
6.30pm every Wednesday at Brightwater Tavern 5 Freshwater St, Mountain Creek
The Palmwoods meeting will be moving to Thursday mornings at a venue to be announced soon.
Australian Air League Sunshine Coast
Australian Air League caters for boys and girls between 8-18years of age and has the potential for Adults as well to be Officers. If your child has an interest, hobby, or passion in Aviation don’t miss out on this affordable opportunity to join us and have fun whilst learning. The best part is we don’t just cover aviation but we also learn about Meteorology, Astronomy, First Aid, Team Building Exercises, and General Life Skills in a supportive and fun environment.
Important Details: Australian Air League Sunshine Coast runs every Sunday of the School Term between 2pm – 4pm At the Girls Guides Hall in Iluke Avenue, Kawana .