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Depression Support Group
Suffering from Depression or Anxiety? Then don't suffer in silence, come & join us on the first Wednesday of each month, for support and understanding with other like minded people. As a new "self help" group for those around the southern Gold Coast area, we aim to help each other by simply talking, listening and sharing. All are welcome, so come and join us at the Kirra Hill Community and Cultural Center from 6.00pm-8.00pm. Next group session will be on the 1st June 2016 ($2 cost applies to cover room hire/tea/coffee) For more information contact Shelena on 0417856607, or check out our Facebook page at www,facebook.com/beatdepression     
Contact , 0755363603, shelena@shelenarussell.com.au
Footrprints Parent&child Expo
Footprints Parent&Child Expo Tuesday 14 June from 9:00am – 11:00am –
a free event for families where you can find out everything you ever wanted to
know about your child’s early years. There are plenty of lucky door prizes and
free giveaways at this family friendly event. 
The children have plenty of fun while you connect with other families
and a huge range of community organisations and groups. Keep up to date on our
Facebook page- Footprints Parent&Child Expo.

Location: Elanora State School Performing Arts Precinct, KP McGrath
Drive, Elanora






Contact , 0755599222, ptrau1@eq.edu.au
Coomera River Fair
Join us Saturday the 18th of June from 7am - 12 noon.  Home made cakes & Jams, craft items, plants, books, shoes, bags, Fabrics, Belts, Furniture, Bric-a-brac, preloved clothing, toys, coffee shop, sausage sizzle & cold drinks.  Held at the Coomera Uniting Church, situated in Esplanade Coomera.
Contact , 0755964277, michelle@s-inkspot.com.au
Rural Fire Brigade Community Open Day
Currumbin Valley Rural Fire Brigade is holding their annual open day. You're invited to come down to our station, enjoy the many free activities, have a look around, check out our trucks, meet our members and enjoy a free fun day out! SUNDAY 12 JUNE 10am-3pm
BRAEWOOD DR CURRUMBIN VALLEY. 
(1st left after rock pools)
We will have lots of activities for parents and kids to enjoy check out the details below! 
This is a fantastic free family day out to support your local rural fire brigade and also a great chance to learn about bushfire safety. 


What's on! 
Food and Drinks
Live Music 
Firefighting Demo's
Inflatable Playground
Sumo Suits
Prizes to win
Firefighters Games (for adults and kids to play)
Face Painting 
Kids Mini Fire Truck to ride
Fresh Popcorn
GC's best fresh fairy floss
Raffles (one for kids as well!) 
Contact , 0403489203, s_holland@live.com.au
Burleigh/palm Beach View Club
The next meeting of the Burleigh/Palm Beach VIEW Club is on Tuesday 21 June at 10am at Treetops Tavern, West Burleigh.  VIEW Clubs support the work of the Smith Family in helping disadvantaged Australian school children succeed in their education, while offering fun and friendship opportunities to their members.  VIEW clubs are urging their local communities to donate to the Smith Family 2016 Winter Appeal.  New members are always welcome at Burleigh/ Palm Beach VIEW Club.  For further information, please phone Ros on 55205821.
Contact , 0755752787, marbarell@optusnet.com.au
Volunteer With Beachcare!

Come
along and care for your local beach with BeachCare! Help make a difference to
our coastal environment by planting natives, removing invasive weeds and
picking up litter. Activities are suitable for all ages and fitness levels. 
Please be sure to wear enclosed shoes or you will not be able
to participate. Equipment and light
refreshments will be provided, please bring a water bottle and wear sunsmart
clothing. 9am-11am, Saturday, 28th May. Beach end of Kelly Avenue, North Burleigh. Ph:0414 762 374 or email: beachcare@griffith.edu.au

Contact , 0755528829, t.croft@griffith.edu.au
Volunteer With Beachcare!

Come
along and care for your local beach with BeachCare! Help make a difference to
our coastal environment by planting natives, removing invasive weeds and
picking up litter. Activities are suitable for all ages and fitness levels. 
Please be sure to wear enclosed shoes or you will not be able
to participate. Equipment and light
refreshments will be provided, please bring a water bottle and wear sunsmart
clothing. 9am-11am, Saturday, 11th June. 200m north of Charis Seafood, Labrador. Ph:0414 762 374 or email: beachcare@griffith.edu.au

Contact , 0755528829, t.croft@griffith.edu.au
Wanted To Rent

Mature, reliable lady requires a fully self contained, unfurnished 1 bedroom Unit/Granny Flat or cottage. Prefers long term. Loves to garden and enjoys sport activities. I am very house proud and guarantee to be an excellent tenant. References provided. Please contact............................ Fay on PH: 0412091089 or email fayzy1@bigpond.com.


Contact , 0412091089, fayzy1@bigpond.com
Dragon Boat Paddlers Wanted

Dragons Abreast dragon boat club are looking for new members to come join out fantastic sport.

We are a group of breast cancer survivors who love paddling a dragon boat while having fun, enjoying the water, getting fit and making new friends.

We strive to promote breast cancer awareness, the importance of early detection and having a fun life after breast cancer.

We are a very social group where you can paddle for fun or you can train for racing & compete against other teams here on the Gold Coast, throughout Australia or overseas. Come along and paddle socially or competitively it is up to you. 


We train on the beautiful Currumbin creek ( between the Currumbin RSL Club & the Tennis Courts in Duringan Rd.

Paddles, life jackets and full training provided. 

We look forward to seeing you there on a Sunday morning at 6:45am.

For more information contact:   Fayzy on 0412091089.

As previously requested would you please advertise this in all areas that the Friday Flyers is delivered to. Dragons Abreast is open  to all the Gold Coast area and over the NSW boarder.

Thank you. Fay Henderson. DAGC. 

Contact , 0412091089, fayzy1@bigpond.com
Watoto Children's Choir

everyone is invited!

come and be inspired by the
heart and sounds of africa as the globally acclaimed watoto children’s choir
deliver a dynamic experience filled with energetic dance routines, urban sounds
and vibrant colors of africa. each child has an inspiring story to share and
their journey from utter despair to joyous celebration will fill you with hope!
you do not want to miss it!! 
saturday 21 may 2016 mosaic church (centaur
primary school hall, eucalyptus drive, banora point, nsw)
entrance is free!!! a love-offering will
be taken up at the end of the night for the watoto program!



Contact , 0422223453, jj.meyer@mosaicchurch.org.au
Building A Better Marriage (Free Seminar)
A FREE marriage enrichment program for the married and for those contemplating marriage. With Dr Lionel Hartley. See www.lrhartley.com/bettermarriage. 7:30pm Wednesday 8th. June, Life Development Centre, 67 Warrener St, Nerang, 4211 (Adjacent to the Nerang Railway Station) GPS -27.994401 / 153.34911 Phone 0755969004
Contact , 0755969004, admin@lrhartley.com
Stepup Low Interest Loans
St Vincent De Paul Society Step Up Loans. Low interest. No fees. Not for Profit. Eligibility criteria - must have a Pension Card or Health Care Card or receive Family Tax A. Must have lived in current residence min 3 months. Loans can be for cars, furniture, house repairs, vet expenses, dental/medical costs, caravans, musical instruments, driving lessons. Call Joanne ph.0427619718 or 55145306.
Contact , 0755145306, joanne.alcorn@svdpqld.org.au
Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens
Adult Art Workshops  Botanic Gardens Water Colours. Beginners to advanced classes with resident artist Megan Skehan.  Create your own finished watercolour painting in 3 weeks using the Botanic Gardens as your inspiration. Nest session starts May 16 then May 23 and 30. Cost is $90.00 for 3 week session including materials. Bookings essential. 0449 561 674 or at the Friends Centre. See you at the Botanic Gardens?
Contact , 0449561674, communications@friendsgcrbg.org.au
Biggest Morning Tea
The Lioness Club of Palm Beach Currumbin will once again host a morning tea to raise funds for cancer.
A donation of $10 will get you morning tea and a lucky door prize ticket.
Come along  and join us at the Lions Den in  Murtha Drive Elanora on Wednesday 25th of May at 10am .
Phone Nancye 55987130 or 0438987130 for bookings.
Contact , 0755987130, skinr@bigpond.com
Robina View Club
The ladies of the Robina VIEW Club meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 9.30am for a 10.00am start for morning tea at the Robina Bowls Club Ron Penhaligon Way, Robina.  We have interesting guest speakers and a friendship day each month which includes pleasant outings.  New members and visitors are always welcome.  VIEW supports The Smith Family's 'Learning for Life' program.  For more details please contact JENNIFER on 0408 005 458.
Contact , 0755760307, marilynmb45@gmail.com
Probus Club Varsity Lakes

The
Probus Club of Varsity Lakes Inc.

is for active people who have retired from work, not life. It is non-political,
non-sectarian, non-fundraising and provides regular opportunities to progress
healthy minds and wider interests while enjoying the fellowship of new friends.
Meetings are at the Robina Community Centre, San Antonio Crt. at 9.30 am on the
3rd Wed each month. To e
nquire or to arrange a visit to one of our meetings, contact Kathy on 0414 714 103



Contact , 0755787506, blsl@bigpond.net.au
Public Forum On Ice & Other Drugs

Australian Anti Ice Campaign (AAIC) invites members of the community to attend: 

A Public Forum on ICE & Other Drugs on Thursday 26 May 2016 at the Southport Community Hall at 7-9 pm.

As you are
know, ICE (Meth) is having a devastating impact on the city and its residents. AAIC offers public
community forums to educate the community, with experts from rehabilitation and
detox centers who talk about intervention, family support and treatment
options.
RSVP by 20 May 2016 on 07 5665 6063 or admin@australianantiicecampaign.org.au This is a free event, however a gold coin donations would be appreciated to help cover costs of the venue.

Contact , 0756656063, events@australianantiicecampaign.org.au
 
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