■ 9 TRIVIA NIGHT at Biggenden Memorial Hall as a fundraiser for the Coalstoun Lakes Development Group. Cost is $10 per player for teams of six. Raffle, games, supper, bar. Book your teams with Michelle Radel on 4127 1774 or just come along on the night.
■ 9 BOYNEWOOD SCHOOL CARNIVA From 9am till 2.30pm. It will be a great day for the entire family.
■ 10 CHARITY CONCERT at Biggenden Memorial Hall at 7pm. Sausage sizzle 6–6.45pm by Biggenden SES cadets. Concert with local talent from 7pm. Lucky door, supper and raffle.
■ 10 GAYNDAH CHURCH MARKETS At the Gayndah Wesleyan Methodist Church on the corner of Dalgangal Rd and Bridge St. Plants, sausage sizzle, bake sale, craft stalls, second hand items and so much more.
■ 10 GAYNDAH CUP RACE DAY
Come and have a lot of fun at the annual Gayndah race day. Cost is $15 per admission. This historic track is still in use today for gazetted race meetings.
The track is located at the far end of Arthur St, Gayndah. Free taxis are provided to and from the town area. Come and join in the fun on a great day out and mingle with the
friendly locals. Please contact the club by phone on 0429 511 124.
■ 12 MUNDUBBERA SEASIDE
LUNCHEON. The MCDA are hosting the event which will be at the Bargara Golf Club. It involves a two-course roast luncheon. Cost is $15 per person and includes a full day of entertainment.
The group will be stopping for a short half-hour stretch in Childers on the way there, and on the way back a short half-hour stay in Biggenden. You can call up and see if there are any spare bookings by phoning MCDA on 4165 4690.
■ 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. Also at Biggenden Memorial Hall on Wednesday, June 14, from 9am–1pm. RSVP free or call 3624 2428.
■ 16 GREAT ENDEAVOUR RALLY STOP-OVER AT THE GUNGY. Friday 2pm to Saturday 9am at the Mungungo Hotel. Great Endeavour Rally 2017 will be stopping over at the pub on Friday and leaving Saturday morning to their final stop in Hervey Bay. Drop in and welcome up to 200 rally participants. There will be a live band in the evening and a
camp style meal. Proceeds will go to local charities.
■ 17 MONTO RACES. Gates open 11am. Five local races. Bookmaker/Sky Channel. Luncheon, barbecue stalls, ice cream van, Jen’s Elegant Eats and full bar. Fashions on the field events, corporate table area bookings at Monto Cattle and Country 4166 1662.
Courtesy bus pick-up at Monto Post Office from 11am, Duck Inn from 11.10am and returning after races. For more info phone Kerri 0488 508 987.
■ 17 HOY 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.
■ 17 TEEBAR SHOW AND SPORTS. Gates open 6am with campdraft at 6.30am and rodeo at 10am. Hall displays and competitions, kids amusements, market stalls, ute muster, Old MacDonald Farm Petting Zoo. Canteen. Camping available
■ 24–25 MONTO AUTO FEST 2017. Burnett Auto Club Grounds, 391 Airport Rd, Monto. 7am entrants, 9am spectators. June 24 Show and 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 noon. Adults $25, free camping. Including tribute bands Born Jovi, Swingshift Cold Chisel, Original Sin Inxs Show and fireworks. Inquiries contact Lloyd on 0419 670 908.
■ 24 CENTRAL BURNETT
MOTORCYCLE CLUB. Secured Cameron McFarlane 7 Motor-sports to come out to Mundubbera this year and hold a one-day MX coaching school on Saturday. The school will be all day from 9am–4pm and will cost $120.
The school will cover ruts, berms, jumping, general rider techniques, starts and tips on everything from A–Z to get one step closer to the top step of the box. To secure your spot please phone Cameron on 0413 031 371. Numbers are limited.
■ 27 BIOSECURITY PLANNING IN BIGGENDEN. Join Ag Force and Livestock Biosecurity Network for a biosecurity planning how-to guide workshop. It starts at 8.30am and finishes around 2.30pm. You can register your interest by calling 3236 3100 by June 15.
■ 28 SEASONAL CLIMATE FORECASTING WORKSHOP. Climatologist Professor Roger Stone and DAF Climate Risk project manager Damien
O’Sullivan will be holding a forum at Mundubbera Community Hall, Wednesday, June 28, from 8.30am–1.30pm. RSVP Friday, June 23, to Marion Denholm by firstname.lastname@example.org or 4165 4531.
■ 28 DIVERSITY CAFE AT RM WILLIAMS IN EIDSVOLD. Come and bring an insight to your own culture including arts and crafts or just come and let your tastebuds dance on foods from across the world. A plate of food is encouraged. It takes place at the RM Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre at 23767 Gayndah-Monto Rd, Eidsvold. Starts at 10.30am and ends around 1.30pm. Please RSVP by June 26.
■ 30 AND JULY 1–2 HEARTLAND FESTIVAL AT GAYNDAH. July
■ 8 NAIDOC DINNER AT THE MUNDUBBERA BOWLS CLUB. Come and celebrate NAIDOC Week at the bowls club starting at 6pm for a meal at 6.30pm. It costs $20 per person. You must RSVP to Loris on 0429 654 012 or email email@example.com by July 3.
■ 15 MUNDUBBERA COUNTRY MARKETS. Held at the Uniting Church Grounds from 8am–noon. New stall owners welcome. Phone Jan on 4165 4528 if you’re interested.
■ 15 ASTRONOMICAL – PRESENTED AT RM WILLIAMS CENTRE IN EIDSVOLD. A comedic outdoor romp through the universe, using six large telescopes, with Gallileo, Neil Armstrong, Einstein, Henrietta Leavitt and others as your guides. Audience has to be at least six years or older. Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for kids and $50 for families. Starts at 6.30pm, tickets can be paid for at the gate.
■ 15 JUKEBOX including country, pop, ABBA and rock’n’roll at Woowoonga Hall. Performed by Pilotlight Production’s Megga from 6.30pm. Admission $10 at door. Supper and raffles available.
■ 22 CHRISTMAS IN JULY at Coalstoun Lakes Hall. Inquiries Vi Rackemann 4127 5171.
■ 22 EIDSVOLD GOLD RUSH THEATRE RESTAURANT. Eidsvold Historical Society presents Gold Rush including Filipino Winter Feast of the Year. Dress up for a good night. Come as a busted miner or successful prospector. A night full of music, songs and laughter. Tickets will go on sale early July. Will be held at the Eidsvold Community Hall from 7pm till late.
It’s the 130th anniversary of the Proclamation. The theme is Eidsvold Goldfields 1887–2017.
BIG HELP: The Biggenden SES Cadets Group members will cater for the Biggenden Charity Concert.
Boynewood State School is holding its sports carnival.
Market at the Gayndah Wesleyan Methodist Church.