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  1. Calendar Overlay Arts & Music (3)
  2. Calendar Overlay Community (5)
  3. Calendar Overlay Library (13)
  4. Calendar Overlay Library Events - Under 5s (1)
  5. Calendar Overlay Markets (6)
  6. Calendar Overlay Youth (1)

Arts & Music

  1. Macrame workshop at "The Attic Espresso Bar"

    10 December, 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM @ The Attic Espresso Bar

    Are you on a mission to bring a little more plant life indoors this year? One rather lovely and simple way to bring some life indoors is by hanging your plants with a little macramé. The benefits of indoor plants are well known – they are great for removing toxins from the air and improving our physical and mental well-being. Although it may look complicated, macramé is a simple and satisfying skill to master. So lock in your next craft session and take time out for yourself, or bring a friend for a unique experience. The workshop will take you through the basics of weaving your own macramé plant hanger teaching you various knots and measurements all with beautiful soft 100% cotton rope. What you get: One macramé handmade plant hanger, new crafty skills, a regular coffee and delicious cake by The Attic. If you would like to bring along a pot, please make sure your pot is no larger than 20cm in diameter. Date: 10 December Time: 9:30am – 12:00pm Place: “The Attic” Esp

  2. 'African Grooves' with Baala Baajo & Samoko Grooves - Queen St Hall Community Fundraiser Event

    10 December, 6:30 PM - 10:30 PM @ Queen Street Hall
    29 Queen St
    Yeppoon, QLD, 4703

    A night of live African grooves and music at the little hall with a big heart. Nii Armah (born in Ghana) and Sam Okoth (born in Kenya) of ‘Baala Baajo’ and ‘Samoko Grooves’ (based in SEQld) will warm your heart and uplift your soul with their infectious harmonies and traditional and contemporary rhythms and grooves. Whilst both Nii Armah and Sam play African drums, their music and talent goes further than just drumming; funky and soulful singing is accompanied with Afro-groove guitar rhythms and beautiful soothing melodies on African lyres and harps called the Nyatiti (Kenya) and Kamelon Ngoni (Burkina Faso).

  3. African drum & dance workshops with Nii Armah & Sam Okoth

    11 December, 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM @ Queen Street Hall

    Nii Armah (born in Ghana) and Sam Okoth (born in Kenya) will be teaching an African rhythm and an African dance workshop after their 'African Grooves' performance (next day). Sam and Nii are accomplished musicians and dancers, performing and teaching nationally and internationally.

Community

  1. Australia Day Awards 2017

    18 October, 8:00 AM - 15 December, 5:00 PM

    Do you know someone in our community that is an outstanding Australian? Then nominate them in the Livingstone Shire's 2017 Australia Day Awards. Nomination forms can be found at all Customer Service Centres or online: www.livingstone.qld.gov.au. For more information please phone 4913 5000. Nominations close 15 December 2016.

  2. Carols by the Beach

    11 December, 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM @ Yeppoon Beachfront
    Yeppoon, QLD, 4703

    A fabulous program of Christmas spirit including family fun entertainment, rides, market stalls and a street parade will be happening on the beachfront during the day. This will be followed by Carols and a fantastic fireworks finale. Please see the program for times of the days activities.

  3. Are you struggling with your mental or emotional health? - Grow Support Group Meets Weekly

    14 December, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Community Development Centre (in the shed)

    Grow meetings are based on the learned experience of people who have come through significant mental and emotional challenges to a healthier life. The meetings provide personal development, acceptance, encouragement, friendship, inspiration, and mutual support for participants. Some of the problems Grow has helped people to manage are depression, anxiety, relationship breakdown, isolation, grief, addictions, stress, compulsions and diagnosed mental illnesses.

  4. Are you struggling with your mental or emotional health? - Grow Support Group Meets Weekly

    21 December, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Community Development Centre (in the shed)

    Grow meetings are based on the learned experience of people who have come through significant mental and emotional challenges to a healthier life. The meetings provide personal development, acceptance, encouragement, friendship, inspiration, and mutual support for participants. Some of the problems Grow has helped people to manage are depression, anxiety, relationship breakdown, isolation, grief, addictions, stress, compulsions and diagnosed mental illnesses.

  5. Are you struggling with your mental or emotional health? - Grow Support Group Meets Weekly

    28 December, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Community Development Centre (in the shed)

    Grow meetings are based on the learned experience of people who have come through significant mental and emotional challenges to a healthier life. The meetings provide personal development, acceptance, encouragement, friendship, inspiration, and mutual support for participants. Some of the problems Grow has helped people to manage are depression, anxiety, relationship breakdown, isolation, grief, addictions, stress, compulsions and diagnosed mental illnesses.

Library

  1. Drop-In Child Health Clinic @ Emu Park Library

    9 December, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM @ Emu Park Library

    Women and Family Health Capricorn Coast and Health Service will have a Drop-In Child Health Clinic at Emu Park Library before the regular Babytime session offereing weigh-ins and health advice.

  2. Christmas Craft @ Emu Park Hall

    12 December, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM @ 7 Hill Street

    Christmas craft suited for the age 6 - 10 bracket. Come along and make cards your family and friends and decorations for your Christmas tree. Bookings Essential.

  3. Christmas Craft @ Yeppoon Library

    12 December, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ 84 John Street

    Christmas craft suited for the age 6 - 10 bracket. Come along and make cards your family and friends and decorations for your Christmas tree. Bookings Essential.

  4. Christmas Craft @ Byfield Library

    13 December, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Raspberry Creek Homestead
    Byfield, QLD, 4703

    Christmas craft suited for the age 6 - 10 bracket. Come along and make cards your family and friends and decorations for your Christmas tree. Bookings Essential.

  5. Introduction to coding with Sphero @ Emu Park Hall

    14 December, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ 7 Hill Street

    Learn the basics of coding using an iPad and the Lightning Lab App to program a Sphero robotic ball to move and change colour. Ages 10 and up. Bookings Essential.

  6. Introduction to coding with Sphero @ Yeppoon Library

    15 December, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ 84 John Street

    Learn the basics of coding using an iPad and the Lightning Lab App to program a Sphero robotic ball to move and change colour. Ages 10 and up. Bookings Essential.

  7. Introduction to coding with Sphero @ Byfield Library

    16 December, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Raspberry Creek Homestead
    BYFIELD, QLD, 4703

    Learn the basics of coding using an iPad and the Lightning Lab App to program a Sphero robotic ball to move and change colour. Ages 10 and up. Bookings Essential.

  8. Christmas Craft @ Emu Park Hall

    19 December, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM @ 7 Hill Street

    Christmas craft suited for the ages 10 and up. Come along and make cards and wrapping paper and decorations for your family and friends. Bookings Essential.

  9. Christmas Craft @ Yeppoon Library

    19 December, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ 7 John Street

    Christmas craft suited for the ages 10 and up. Come along and make cards and wrapping paper and decorations for your family and friends Bookings Essential.

  10. Christmas Craft @ Byfield Library

    20 December, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Raspberry Creek Homestead
    YEPPOON, QLD, 4703

    Christmas craft suited for the ages 10 and up. Come along and make cards and wrapping paper and decorations for your family and friends. Bookings Essential.

  11. Introduction to robotics with Sphero @ Emu Park Hall

    21 December, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ 7 Hill Street

    Meet Sphero, a robotic ball you can control with your iPad. Have fun making this little robot complete challenges. Ages 8 and up. Bookings Essential.

  12. Introduction to robotics with Sphero @ Yeppoon Library

    22 December, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ 84 John Street

    Meet Sphero, a robotic ball you can control with your iPad. Have fun making this little robot complete challenges. Ages 8 and up. Bookings Essential.

  13. Introduction to robotics with Sphero @ Byfield Library

    23 December, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Raspberry Creek Homestead
    YEPPOON, QLD, 4703

    Meet Sphero, a robotic ball you can control with your iPad. Have fun making this little robot complete challenges. Ages 8 and up. Bookings Essential.

Library Events - Under 5s

  1. Babytime and Storytime Christmas Break Up Party @ Emu Park Library

    9 December, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Emu Park Library

    Celebrate a great year of babytime and storytime fun at the Christmas break up party.

Markets

  1. Yeppoon Community Markets

    10 December, 6:00 AM - 10:00 AM @ Yeppoon Showgrounds
    Yeppoon, QLD, 4703

    Farmers Markets encourage the community to buy locally from their farmers. Why? Because it helps keep a local business going, it reduces the energy used on transporting foodstuffs but I guess mainly it’s fresher and therefore better to eat. Bring the family down and do your produce shopping for the week.

  2. Yeppoon Community Markets

    17 December, 6:00 AM - 10:00 AM @ Yeppoon Showgrounds
    Yeppoon, QLD, 4703

    Farmers Markets encourage the community to buy locally from their farmers. Why? Because it helps keep a local business going, it reduces the energy used on transporting foodstuffs but I guess mainly it’s fresher and therefore better to eat. Bring the family down and do your produce shopping for the week.

  3. Emu Park QCWA Devonshire Teas

    18 December, 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ QCWA Hall

    Deliciously fresh Devonshire Teas served in the QCWA Hall.

  4. Emu Park Lions Picnic Markets

    18 December, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Bell Park
    Emu Park, QLD,

    The great thing about markets is you never know what you will find. It could be interesting things to eat, somewhere for the kids to play, catching up with friends or finding that something special you didn't even know existed. With over 130 stalls featuring all kinds of goods including fresh produce, second hand books, craft, local jams and honey plus heaps of trash and treasure bargains everyone's a winner at the Emu Park Picnic Markets!

  5. Yeppoon Community Markets

    24 December, 6:00 AM - 10:00 AM @ Yeppoon Showgrounds
    Yeppoon, QLD, 4703

    Farmers Markets encourage the community to buy locally from their farmers. Why? Because it helps keep a local business going, it reduces the energy used on transporting foodstuffs but I guess mainly it’s fresher and therefore better to eat. Bring the family down and do your produce shopping for the week.

  6. Causeway Lake Markets

    24 December, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM @

    Held on the fourth Sunday of each month, the beautiful Capricorn Coast is the ideal location for your weekend market experience with a variety of fresh and handmade products for sale.

Youth

  1. Youth Movies - Yeppoon

    17 December, 4:00 PM - 9:30 PM