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Gold Coast Cat Club Cat Show

The Gold Coast Cat Club invites everyone to come along and watch as various breeds of cats are judged by interstate and local judges. 

If you are looking for a new furry family member this is the place to come to talk to breeders and learn about the breed you are interested in or to discover if they will suit your lifestyle.

Refreshments, scratching posts, kitty-themed stalls, and terrific raffles.

For further information, please call Barbara on 0411 427 106.

Saturday, 7 February 2015

9:00 AM to 3:30 PM, Saturday, 7 February 2015            

Auditorium - Nerang-Bi-centennial Community Centre

Entry Fee: Adults $3, Children/Pensioner $2 and Families $8

Contact , 0755252104,
Green Drinks (Gold Coast)

Green Drinks (Gold Coast) Not for Profit.

Green Drinks is a group of forward thinkers with a
passion for Conservation, Sustainability and the Environment. Green Drinks is
in 60 countries with over 750 Chapters. We meet on the 1st Wednesday of each
month, at "Town & Country", Nerang, Gold Coast @ 7:00pm. Always a
great night with excellent conversation flowing. Guest speakers and another
joint Conservation Group meeting planned for May 2015.

Contact  Mark Wren (anytime) on (07) 5537 8382 or   0416365859

Contact , 0755378382,
Unitingcare Community Counselling Service
Our professional Counsellors assist people to build strategies for coping and help them to find new ways of approaching issues.We support you through range of emotional and psychological issues such as grief and loss, depression, anxiety, self essteem-assertiveness, suicide beverement, financial difficulties, anger management, life direction, relationships, stress and trauma management, workplace issues, parenting issues, family breakdown and personal crisis. For further information and/or to make an appointment phone 5579 6000 Monday-Friday 8.30AM- 4.30PM.
Contact , 0755796000,
Qcwa Coomera Branch

Meetings in hall, 161 Maudsland Road, Oxenford. 4th Feb 9 – 12: Flower Arranging; 12th Feb. 9 a.m.Monthly Meeting  Hall hire/information: 0456625776; email:

Contact , 0755946649,
Surfers Paradise Girl Guides - Sign Up Today

and join us at Surfers Paradise Girl Guides! 

meet at our Guide Hall in Allchurch Avenue, Benowa, during school term time. 

Guides (6-10yrs) meet on Monday nights 6-7pm 

Guides (11-17yrs) meet on Tuesday nights 6-8pm. 

- your first two visits are free! $5/week after that, as well as an annual
membership fee. 

you're interested, please contact our District Manager, Vanessa on 0403 682 651 or 

Contact , 0403682651,
Free Tutoring/conversation In English As A Second Language
Free, friendly, conversation style group run by a qualified tutor from 11.30am-12.30pm every Wednesday morning at the Life Development Centre, 67 Warrener street, Nerang (opposite Nerang Railway station)
Beginners to advanced are welcome. IELTS assistance also available.  Children are welcome as there are blue card holders to care for children while parents take part.  Plenty of secure, free parking .  Enquiries to Brenda Carney 0422121714, Bridget Gunn 0437109289 or Amanda Carney 0402629571
Contact , 0755969004,
New Bingo Venue Starting

Bingo Starting on Friday 30th January 2015

The Coomera-Hope Island Cricket Club

25 Mt Tamborine Road- Oxenford

9.30am Registration

10.00am Eyes Down

Come on down and try this great new Bingo Venue

Contact , 0755716845,
Swap Meet - Working Tractor And Machinery Weekend
The South Coast Restoration Society Inc presents its annual Swap Meet - Working Tractor and Machinery Weekend on the 7th & 8th March 2015 8am until 3pm (Swap Meet Setup From 7am - Free Sites) at its grounds 193 Rifle Range Road PIMPAMA Qld 4209 (Exit 49 from M1 Motorway).  Working Displays of Trucks, Buses, Tractors, Stationary Engines, Steam Roller and Machinery.  Exhibitors and Swap Meet Stall Holders Welcome (See Website).  Food and Drink Available. Entry Adults $5 - Children < 15 FREE.  Complimentary Bus Joyrides of our 34 hectare grounds. Contact Dave B. 0406426594.  Email:  View our Website:
Contact , 0429191121,
Orchestral Musicians Wanted
The Gold Coast Philharmonic Orchestra's 2015 concert season begins on 29 January and we are seeking highly skilled orchestral musicians to join our symphony orchestra. 
The Orchestra was established in 1984 and presents up to 4 concerts seasons each year and also participates in special events. The first concert for 2015 is War and Peace and participation in the Robina ANZAC Ceremony on 25 April at Robina Auditorium. Go to for more information.

 If you play string, brass or woodwind instruments at a minimum of Grade 6AMEB or equivalent contact the conductor, Mark Turpin. Vacancies currently exist in Viola, French Horn and Percussion but you can register your interest if you play other instruments. We always want more violins, celli and double bass.

The Gold Coast Philharmonic Orchestra is a full sized symphony orchestra made up of professional and highly skilled amateur musicians who come together for weekly rehearsals, developing a social network of like minded music lovers, to challenge and develop their skills and to present high quality concerts for the Gold Coast community. All members and management committee are volunteers and play for the love of music.
Contact the Conductor, Mark Turpin  at for more information about being a performer member in 2015.
Contact , 0755396076,
Romanian Cultural Festival 2015: Broadwater Parklands


Romanian Cultural Festival to be held on the 24th
of January 2015 at Broadwater Parklands will be celebrating the Romanian Unification
Day (Ziua Unirii).

Day Event

Music: Traditional
Romanian folklore music from different regions of Romania

Dance: Traditional
Romanian dance

Food: Stall
selling Romanian dishes such as cabbage rolls (sarmale), hand rolled sausages
(mici), meat balls served on skewers (chiftele) and yummy desserts such as jam
pastries ( cornulete) and walnut and cacao sweet bread (cozonac).

traditional Romanian costumes and artefacts will be on display.

Romanian Day

To celebrate the unification of Romanian states, come along
and check out the beautiful cultural and

traditional displays, music and food. For further
information call 0459 610 842.

Date: 24 January 2015

Location: Broadwater Parklands (By the swimming enclosure)

Time: 10am – 4pm

Every welcome!

Contact , 0424944313,
Fibromyalgia, Cfs/me Gold Coast
Meetings are held pm the second Thursday of each month at 11.0am-1pm at Southport library. We have guest speakers, information, discussions and support in a friendly environment. All welcome. Phone Carol 0406154766 or email 
Contact , 0406154766,
Registration For The Kokoda Challenge - Gold Coast Is Now Open!
The Kokoda Challenge on the Gold Coast is hailed as Australia's toughest endurance event. It is a gruelling cross country, 4-person team event held over 96km, with a time limit for completion of 39 hours. There is good reason behind this distance - 96km is the length of the actual Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea. Regardless of fitness level, age or background, people from all walks of life find participating in The Kokoda Challenge not only a great personal achievement, but a way to honour the Kokoda legacy and support local teenagers to gain a brighter future for themselves and their families through the Kokoda Challenge Youth Program (KCYP).  The 2015 Kokoda Challenge will be held on the weekend of July 18th & 19th. Final team places are now released - they are limited and fill quickly, so don't miss out!
Contact , 0755394141,
Mainly Music, Oxenford

MUSIC program is held on Thursdays at Holy Rood Family Centre, 192
Oxenford-Tamborine Road, Oxenford. 
Parents and caregivers are invited to bring young children, aged from
birth to 5 years to a 30 minute morning tea/play session followed by 30 minutes
of music, rhyme and movement. The First Session begins at 9.15 a.m. and the
Second Session at 10.45 a.m. (Cost $5 per session per family).  Call
Glenda 0405 470 528 or Mae 0409 766159 or Judy 0431 748572. 

Contact , 0431748572,
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