June

Central and North Burnett Times - - LIFE -

3 GAYN­DAH HER­ITAGE RAIL­WAY RAIL TRAIL OF­FI­CIAL

OPEN­ING All aboard for a fun day of ac­tiv­i­ties to cel­e­brate the of­fi­cial open­ing of a fam­ily friendly tourist at­trac­tion the in the North Bur­nett. From 10am un­til 5pm at the Gayn­dah

Rail­way Sta­tion. Fam­ily Fun Day, Her­itage Wag­ons, Rail­way mem­o­ra­bilia, art dis­plays, BBQ, li­censed bar and en­ter­tain­ment for all ages. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion con­tact Ja­son Cooper on 0427 192 544. 10 GAYN­DAH CHURCH

MAR­KETS At the Gayn­dah Wes­leyan Methodist Church on the cor­ner of Dal­gan­gal Road and Bridge Street. Plants, sausage siz­zle, bake sale, craft stalls, sec­ond hand items and so much more.

10 CHAR­ITY CON­CERT by Biggen­den Ma­sonic Mu­sic Group with all lo­cal tal­ent at Biggen­den Me­mo­rial Hall from 7pm. Cost $10, high school­ers $2. Sausage siz­zle from 6pm to 6.45pm by Biggen­den SES Cadets. Lucky door, sup­per, raf­fle. 17 MONTO RACES FROM 11AM.

17 CENT SALE AND

TOMBOLA at Coal­stoun Lakes Hall. Doors open at 12.45pm for a 1.30pm start. Great prizes, home baked af­ter­noon tea, raf­fle and lucky door. For more in­for­ma­tion phone Vi Rack­e­mann on 4127 5171. 12 SUI­CIDE PREVEN­TION TRAIN­ING 9am-1pm, Monto Com­mu­nity Hall. We all need the skills and knowl­edge to recog­nise when some­one may be at risk and how we can help make them safe.

RSVP free, reg­is­ter

cr­coun­selling@ uc­com­mu­nity.org.au or call 3624 2428. 24-25 MONTO AUTO FEST

2017 Bur­nett Auto Club Grounds, 391 Air­port Road, Monto. 7am en­trants, 9am spec­ta­tors. June 24 Show & Shine and Burnout Day. June 25 Club Cruise to Ca­nia (BYO food and drink), meet at Lions Park 10am. 24 FAM­ILY ROCK STAM­PEDE

CON­CERT 2017 Mt Perry Race­track, gates open 12pm. Adults $25, free camp­ing. In­clud­ing trib­ute bands Born Jovi, Swing­shift Cold Chisel, Orig­i­nal Sin Inxs Show and fire­works. En­quiries con­tact Lloyd on 0419 670 908. 30 & JULY 1-2 HEART­LAND FES­TI­VAL at Gayn­dah.

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