What’s On from November 18

What’s On from November 18

November 20

The Grass Is Greener Backyard Series

Where: Memorial Park

When: 12noon – 10pm

Cost $99

Lineup: Hosted by Tenzin. Peking Duk (DJ set), Will Sparks, Boo Seeka, Little Fritter, Jesswar/ Mela D. Get your tickets at www.thegrassisgreener.com.au/gladstone.

 

November 22 – December 11

Letters to Santa

Write Santa a letter, or draw him a picture, and he’ll personally reply. Post your letter in the mailboxes on display at your local library. Children can drop off their letter to Santa at the following libraries: Agnes Water Library, Boyne Island Library, Calliope Library, Gladstone City Library, Miriam Vale Library and Mount Larcom Library.

 

November 27

Quota Club of Gladstone Christmas Cent Sale

When: Doors open 12noon for a 1pm start

Where: Gladstone Bowls Club, Ferris Street

Cost: $1 for adults and 50c for children

More: Lots of great prizes and raffles and a cake walk. Delicious afternoon tea included. Proceeds to support local disadvantaged women and children.

 

November 27 & 28
Orchid & Foliage Expo & Sales
Where: Boyne Plaza, Centenary Drive, Boyne Island
When: 8am – 3pm Saturday and 8:30am – 1pm Sunday

 

December 3

Santos GLNG Mayor’s Carols presented by 4CC

When: from 5:30pm

Where: Gladstone Ports Corporation’s Marina Parklands

More: Carols, fireworks and a new laser show! Check the 4CC Facebook Page for updates.

 

December 4

Killer Queen Tribute Show

When: from 8pm

Where: The Rocky Glen Hotel Motel

Cost: $38.50

More: Formed in 2003, The Killer Queen Experience has risen from a Local Brisbane based Queen Cover Band to an International Touring Show and is Australia’s most sought-after Tribute Act today. Get your tickets via The Rocky Glen Hotel Motel Facebook Page.

 

December 5

Calliope Historical Village Markets

When: 8am – 12noon

Where: Calliope Historical Village, 50951 Bruce Highway

More: Grab a drink or bite to eat from the Clyde Hotel, and sit with the family under a shady tree by the Calliope River. Let the kids ride the famous miniature train, or just peruse the homewares, fresh produce, plants and bric-a-brac for sale.