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■ 21 EIDSVOLD BOWLS CLUB DIN­NER

- Come and hang out with mem­bers from the com­mu­nity with a home made meal from 6pm on­wards. It’s im­por­tant that you RSVP your in­ter­est to Dianne Wil­son on 0410 334 396 by Thurs­day night so they know how many peo­ple to cater for. It costs $22 and it in­cludes a buf­fet.

■ 22 CHRIST­MAS IN JULY

at Coal­stoun Lakes Hall. En­quiries 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. Eidsvold Com­mu­nity Hall start­ing 7pm till late. It’s the 130th An­niver­sary of the Procla­ma­tion. Eidsvold Gold fields 1887 - 2017.

■ 23 IN­TRUST SU­PER CUP IN MUN­DUB­BERA

- The In­trust Su­per Cup lands in re­gional Queens­land as part of Coun­try Week on July 22-23. About 400 spec­ta­tors and play­ers are pre­dicted to turn out for the match held in Mun­dub­bera. The match, be­tween the East Tigers and North Devils, will be tele­vised on Chan­nel 9.

26 GAYN­DAH GRAND HO­TEL HOSTS SYD­NEY HOT­SHOTS

- The Hot­shots Hunks are on their way to Grand Ho­tel - Gayn­dah. Start­ing 7.30-10.30pm, tick­ets $30 18+. Back and bet­ter than ever, the Syd­ney Hot­shots re­turn with an all new show in 2017. Syd­ney Hot­shots, the out­ra­geously hand­some guys have been storm­ing across Aus­tralia for the past 20 years and are back for 2017 with their brand new show. En­joy a mem­o­rable range of en­ter­tain­ment dur­ing the two hour show, in­clud­ing a va­ri­ety of games and com­pe­ti­tions and see just why the Syd­ney Hot­shots has been the lead­ing male venue show in Aus­tralia for over 20 con­sec­u­tive years. Book by call­ing 4161 1200.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

The Syd­ney Hot­shots will be per­form­ing in Gayn­dah on July 26.

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