Upcoming events

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This weekend — 29–30 April 2017

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Wednesday 8 February - Wednesday 17 May

Parentspace Group with Dr. Bob Jacobs
9.30am - 11.30am Caboolture
Parentspace aims to support parents in developing new understandings of parenting within a supportive, accepting, and safe environment. 

Friday 3 March - Sunday 14 May

Exhibitions: The Glass Houses
Bongaree Free
In 2006, ten of the Glass House Mountains’ peaks were included on the National Heritage List. For more than 40,000 years these mountains have never been far from the gaze of local people.

Friday 17 March - Saturday 6 May

Exhibition: My Country, I Still Call Australia Home: Contemporary Art from Black Queensland
Caboolture Free
Drawn from the Queensland Art Gallery's Collection, this touring exhibition examines the associations and interpretations Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists have with country (land) and country (nation). 

Friday 24 March - Saturday 29 April

Exhibition: Alasdair Macintyre: The Adventures of Aecap
Redcliffe Free
Artist Alasdair Macintyre has developed a character Aecap, who is much like himself. Join Aecap on a virtual journey back in time to visit famous artists’ studios. Explore what it means to be an artist through a series of dioramas, larger-than life sculptures and hands-on activities.

Wednesday 29 March - Sunday 30 April

Creativity Grows
9.00am - 4.00pm Redcliffe Free
Art So Lively Art Centre presents a wonderfully diverse exhibition showcasing the artistic growth of it's many students, both young and old and in between.

Hop Skip and Jump...Into Art
9.00am - 4.00pm Redcliffe Free
An Exhibition of Artists new to the Moreton Bay region.

Friday 31 March - Saturday 13 May

Exhibition: Too Close to Call!
Strathpine Free
Sport gives us the ultimate narrative – the primeval battle between two sides: the hope, the tragedy and the triumph.

Tuesday 4 April - Saturday 29 April

Exhibition: Jaimie Congdon: Road Trip: Retrospective works
9.00am Caboolture Free
The exhibition explores the idea that artists of all sorts are compromising their practice because they are challenged by urban sprawl and climate change yet they need more space.

Wednesday 5 April - Saturday 24 June

Matthew Flinders Fine Art Prize
10.00am - 4.00pm Banksia Beach
Entries called between now and June 24 for Matthew Flinders Fine Arts Prize at Bribie Island Community Arts Centre.

Thursday 13 April - Sunday 23 July

Exhibition: Lay of the Land
Whiteside Free
The North and South Pine Rivers have flowed through the Moreton Bay landscape and shaped the lives of many generations. From Indigenous stories to contemporary tales, Lay of the Land will reveal this region’s cultural heritage as documented in early written records, and showcased through objects and images from our collection.

Friday 14 April - Friday 14 July

Self-paced activity: Farm in a box
Whiteside Free
Connect to nature through this fun hands-on activity, which includes basic tools and technologies, block farm set, and farm animal educational sheets.

Saturday 15 April - Friday 12 May

Resilience: land to sea transition Exhibition
11.00am - 4.00pm Redcliffe
Resilience is an exhibition by Jo St Baker that presents traditional and contemporary timber etched works plus painting, film, sculpture, and print. 

Tuesday 18 April - Friday 23 June

Secret Agent Society
3.30pm - 4.30pm North Lakes
A social skills program for children 8 - 12 years. 

Friday 21 April - Sunday 2 July

Exhibition: Serge Testa: Sailing Into History
Redcliffe Free
Sailing into History celebrates the 30th anniversary of local yachtsman Serge Testa who gained a world record for circumnavigating the world in 1987 in the smallest boat.

Friday 28 April - Sunday 30 April

Moreton Bay Madness Family Fishing Competition
6.00am - 4.00pm Clontarf
The first annual Moreton Bay Madness family fishing competition offers 2 days of multi species fishing in conjunction with the Lifestyle on Water Festival Redcliffe.

Saturday 29 April - Sunday 30 April

Lifestyle On Water Festival
8.00am - 9.30pm Clontarf
This festival is a celebration of all the key components which we associate with the boating and outdoors lifestyle including fishing, music, seafood, food, wine and a cold beverage.

Saturday 29 April - Friday 2 June

Window exhibition: Arthur Bach
Strathpine Free
Arthur Bach has been designing buildings and practical structures for many decades, but occasionally he likes to create free form decorative sculptures as a contrast to the formality of his architectural practice.

Saturday 29 April

Artisans Guild Childrens Art Classes
10.00am - 12.00noon Burpengary
Art classes for children.

Childrens Art
10.00am - 12.00noon Burpengary
Art classes for children at Artisans Guild Art and Craft Gallery.

Know your rainforest plants
9.00am - 12.00noon Eatons Hill Free
Join plants expert, Dr Bill McDonald, for a rainforest plant identification workshop and a walk along the South Pine River examining the plants that form this riparian zone.

Orange is the New Black Trivia
6.30pm - 10.30pm Caboolture
This event will be a trivia night to raise money for SES Queensland. 

Trivia to the Rescue
6.30pm - 10.30pm Caboolture
Trivia night raising money for the Rural Fire Brigade.

Sunday 30 April

Northside Community Markets
8.00am - 12.00noon Narangba

The Bribie VIBE Arts and Craft Markets
8.30am - 1.00pm Banksia Beach Free
With a host of stalls, including organic and pesticide-free farm-fresh produce, free parking, food, entertainment and not forgetting the wonderful displays of woodcraft, jewellery, glass, art and ceramics, this is one market you should not miss.

This calendar is provided by Moreton Bay Regional Council as a community service. As community events are provided by organisers and may change without notice, we advise you to contact organisers directly to confirm details. While every effort is made to ensure this calendar is current and up to date, Council takes no responsibility for the accuracy of the listings, nor does it endorse any community event unless expressly stated.

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