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Come to our Cookery Contest onApril 29th. $8.00 for morning tea plus lunch – enjoy a centauction, raffle and buy luscious cakes. Details on our Facebook Page: QCWACoomera. Hall is available for hire: 0456625776. See you soon!
We provide confidential face-to-face counselling to people experiencing a range of pyschological and emotional issues.Our professional counsellors assist people to build strategies for coping and help them find new ways of approaching issues. Some of the difficulties you can talk about include: grief & loss, depression, anxiety, self-esteem & assertiveness, suicide berevement, financial difficulties, anger management, life direction, relationship issues, stress & trauma management,workplace issues, parenting issues, domestic & family abuse, family breakdown & other personal crises.To make an appointment or for further information about the service and programs offered, please contact reception Monday to Friday 8.30am-4.30pm. Fees are $20 conc/$40 per hour.
Our values are Compassion, Respect, Justice, Working Together & Leading through Learning.
Friends of the Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens areorganising Art Workshops for Adults and Children at the Friends Centrebeginning in May.
Megan Skehan will use the wonderful world of plants atthe Botanic Gardens to teach water colour techniques and inspire artisticcreations.
Children's workshops will be held on the first Saturdayof the month from 1:00-3:00pm beginning May 2. Cost: $20.00 includesmaterials.
Adults' workshops will be held in 3 week blocks onMondays from 10:00am-1:00pm Firstblock beginning May 11. Cost: $90.00 includes materials.Call 0449561674 to book your place. Max 10 per class.
Have a Free Guided Walk on the First Sunday orThird Wednesday of the month at 10:00am. Meet your guide at the Sensory Garden Shelter.
Calling all Trivia Buffs! Nerang State High School P&C is holding our annual Trivia night on Friday 29th May in the school hall at 6.30pm.There are lots of prizes, games, raffles and auctions to raise money to help improve facilities for our children and community. There is alcohol for sale so no BYO. Get a table of friends together, some nibbles and have fun! Hot and cold nibble platters are available for pre-order. Tickets are $10 pre booked or $12 at the door. Please contact Tracey on 0412267263 or the canteen on 55037857 for more information or to book. Please help us help the school!All welcome. Weedons Road Nerang, enter via bus bay.
Saturday May 9 @ 10am and Undercroft, St Peters Anglican Church Cnr High & Nerang Sts, Southport.
Closing the Gap! Keynote speaker Professor Andrea Marshall. Professor of Nursing and Midwivery at GC University Hospital and Griffith University
Representatives from all sectors and faiths of Gold Coast Nursing will be represented.
Broadwater Bridge Club play at Coomera Community Centre Reserve Road/Abraham Road, Coomera Mondays 10.30 am for 10.45 am andTuesdays 11.45 am for 12 noon. Phone: Vincent Vine on 07 5530 8577 for further information; email: email@example.com or view website at www.broadwater.bridgeaustralia.org
The Department ofTransport and Main Roads will be installing 240m of centre median pedestrianfencing north of the intersection of Thrower Drive near the Palm Beachparklands. This is a Safer Roads Sooner project, with work commencing lateApril and taking approximately 4 weeks. Residents can expect reduced speedlimits and single lane road closures. For more information contactJann Stuckey on 5598 1387 or firstname.lastname@example.org
currumbin calorie counters club inc. has been helping members lose weight and maintain their goal for over 40 years.
as a not-for-profit organization, operated solely by volunteers, we are able to keep our costs and membership fees to a minimum. men and women of all ages are eligible to join and given an informative booklet on counting calories. children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. new members are given a form to be signed by their doctor, agreeing to the desired goal weight. we don't employ dieticians or physical trainers but occasionally we find qualified people to come and speak at our meetings.
we provide mutual support, encouragement, professional scales, incentive awards, share information and tips and have a friendly, positive and fun atmosphere.
our initial joining fee is $10 (7.50 concession), annual fee is $5 and weekly weigh-in fee is $3.
weigh-in and meetings are held every Monday at the following venues: volunteer marine rescue building, duringan st, currumbin 9-10.30am and 5-5.30pm; and rsl sub-branch hall, 6th ave Burleigh heads, 1.1.30pm. contact Shirley hall 55939851; jenny 55352115 or come along to the meeting of your choice.
Cat spectacular on the Gold Coast
Cats on the Coast Cat Show will be held on Sunday 26thApril from 9:30am to 3:30pm at the Albert Waterways Community Centre,Broadbeach- Cnr Hooker and Sunshine Boulevards. Watch judges from around theworld critique cats of both pedigree and companion at our annual show. On theday, there will be many varieties of cats to appreciate and specialist catitems to purchase from the wide variety of stalls. Find that something specialfor your pampered feline friend. Fantastic raffle prizes to win and one luckyvisitor will take home the lucky door prize. Small entry fee, food and drinkavailable. For further information please call Show Manager Melissa on0417483787
Beginning the 7th May 2015, Cancer Council NSW will behosting a FREE event in Tweed Heads called ENRICH. This event is aimed for allSurvivors, Carers, Partners and family of Cancer. It will include face to face groupsessions facilitated by Dietitians & Exercise Specialist that provideinformation and nutritional recommendations, help making sense of food labelsalong with discussing and sharing cooking methods and menu ideas to makehealthier meals. Other activities include finding out how to improve your fitness, muscle strength andstamina; Reduce fatigue, nausea, pain and anxiety by increasingexercise and get motivated & empowered to improve your lifestylebehaviours.