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To­day, Jan­uary 28, Fe­bru­ary 11 and 25

Time: 7.15–11am

Where: Spicers Clovelly Es­tate, 38–68 Bal­moral Rd, Montville

Need a re­lax­ing break af­ter the fes­tive sea­son? Join Var­sha Yoga for some yoga on the deck at Spicers Clovelly Es­tate look­ing over the pris­tine lake and sur­rounded by the seren­ity of na­ture. This is a fun and suit­able class for all fit­ness lev­els. Af­ter the class, en­joy the space, med­i­tate or lis­ten to the birds and the trees. Af­ter that a de­li­cious break­fast awaits pre­pared at the es­tate. Feel free to bring your swim­mers and take a dip in the pool. You are wel­come to lounge pool­side or ex­plore the prop­erty un­till 11am. Book­ings are es­sen­tial. Con­tact Erin on 0432 214 642 or email erin@var­ It’s $50 a ses­sion in­clud­ing break­fast.



Time: 1–5pm

Where: Peregian Beach Park, King­fisher Dr, Peregian Beach

Held on the sec­ond Sun­day of ev­ery month, 2017 is set to be a groovy year burst­ing with orig­i­nal mu­sic. To kick­start the year, catch Dubar­ray, DuneSeven, Gri­zlee Train and Adam Scriven per­form­ing to­mor­row. New this year is some cool mer­chan­dise in­clud­ing Peregian Orig­i­nals stubby cool­ers, t-shirts, and ECO CDS with the best of 2016. A bar­be­cue will run all af­ter­noon with vege­tar­ian and meat-lover op­tions. This is a fam­ily friendly event, all ages are wel­come. Re­mem­ber to re­spect the lo­cal en­vi­ron­ment, beach, park and res­i­den­tial ar­eas and soak up the bliss­ful vibes, orig­i­nal mu­sic and good times.


Jan­uary 11

Time: 7–8.45pm

Where: Water­front Ho­tel Ma­roochy­dore, 42–46 David Low Way, Ma­roochy­dore

Hosted by Cli­mate Change Re­duc­tion and pre­sented by marine bi­ol­o­gist, Stu­art Whit­ney, this in­ter­est­ing and in­for­ma­tive talk on cli­mate change re­duc­tion will get you think­ing and leave you mo­ti­vated for change. Learn how to earn a share in a re­spon­si­ble en­ergy/travel com­pany’s in­come while do­ing very good things for the en­vi­ron­ment.


Jan­uary 13

Time: 4–8pm

Where: The Big Pineap­ple, 76 Nam­bour Con­nec­tion Rd, Woom­bye

Shop, sell and sup­port at this pre-loved, vin­tage mar­ket hosted by the Beau­ti­ful You Cancer Char­ity. A $2 coin do­na­tion gets you into a hub of shop­ping heaven. Meet the women be­hind Beau­ti­ful You, pick up some bar­gains and sup­port lo­cals who put them­selves out there to ei­ther open up their wardrobes to sell or who are de­sign­ing and mak­ing their own la­bels. A do­na­tion of un­wanted jew­ellery is en­cour­aged with all pro­ceeds go­ing to­wards set­ting up a Beau­ti­ful You re­treat for lo­cal cancer pa­tients and loved ones. Stalls are $110 and hold up to two peo­ple. Must sup­ply your own racks and tres­tle ta­ble. Con­tact Karen or He­lan on 0402 229 009 or email deb­bie@beau­ti­fu­ly­oupro­


Jan­uary 17

Time: 11am and 1.30pm

Where: Lake Kawana Com­mu­nity Cen­tre

Mister Maker and The Shapes is a bril­liant, fun, fast-paced and in­ter­ac­tive show ev­ery­one will en­joy these sum­mer school hol­i­days. Bring the whole fam­ily to join the ul­ti­mate arts and craft hero for some arty ad­ven­tures. There will be a big make to take part in, su­per songs and dances to join in, and of course, his fan­tas­tic side­kicks The Shapes. Buy your tick­ets on­line with credit card for $32.54 per ticket, or in per­son at the box of­fice with cash for $31.90 per ticket. Chil­dren un­der 12 months on the knee are free.


Jan­uary 19

Time: 10am

Where: Lake Kawana Com­mu­nity Cen­tre

Get ready, be­cause Aus­tralia’s most sought-af­ter chil­dren’s co­me­di­ans are on the road with their award-win­ning show 6D – which is twice as good as 3D. It’s a sketch comedy show all about the movies. Ex­pect haunted back­packs, ninja nanas, toi­let pa­per guns and an ac­tual movie made at ev­ery per­for­mance on a hel­met-mounted GoPro. Matt Kelly and Richard Hig­gins are

The Listies. They aim to make their en­tire au­di­ence, adults in­cluded, laugh from start to fin­ish. Warn­ing: This show is rated S for stupid. Visit the web­site www.the­lakekawana­cen­ for tick­ets.


Jan­uary 21

Time: Doors open 6pm

Where: Lake Kawana Com­mu­nity Cen­tre

For more than a decade, The Amity Affliction has con­fronted the dark­est edges of man’s ex­is­tence through their heavy-hit­ting mu­sic and emo­tional lyrics.

With the re­lease of their lat­est al­bum, This Could be Heart­break, the rock­ers who grew up in Gympie are re­turn­ing to south-east Queens­land soil to per­form their 2017 re­gional tour, Death to Mis­ery, at Lake Kawana Com­mu­nity Cen­tre.

Vo­cal­ist Joel Birch, vo­cal­ist/bas­sist Ahren Stringer, and drum­mer Ryan Burt, along with gui­tarists Dan Brown and Kyle Yocum aren’t shy of scream­ing on top­ics like de­pres­sion, ad­dic­tion and anx­i­ety.

Their abil­ity to cre­ate ex­hil­a­rat­ing an­thems armed with se­ri­ous metal­lic punch makes The Amity Affliction a mu­si­cal force to be reck­oned with. All ages wel­come. Tick­ets are $58 and this is a li­censed event.


Jan­uary 22

Time: 9–10.15am

Where: Dul­cie Joe Co, 3/216 David Low Way, Peregian Beach.

Come along to learn about prop­a­ga­tion and cre­at­ing new life with succulents. These work­shops will teach you how to prop­a­gate from a nice choice of healthy succulents. You’ll then have this use­ful knowl­edge to take home and ben­e­fit from to use for years and years to come. Your prop­a­ga­tion kit is made to put di­rectly in your gar­den at home or on your desk or kitchen bench. Visit face­­cu­lentsinthes­prings for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion.


March 17

Time: 10.30am–6pm

Where: Pel­i­can Waters Golf Club, 40 Ma­hogany Dr, Pel­i­can Waters

Pull out your best St Pa­trick’s Day at­tire and en­joy a won­der­ful day out on the pres­tige course at Pel­i­can Waters Golf Club. Team regis­tra­tion will in­clude green fees, golf cart, on-course com­pe­ti­tion prizes, pre-golf burger bar and post-golf sausage siz­zle. Reg­is­tra­tions are now open and can be made by call­ing the Pel­i­can Waters Golf Club di­rectly on 5437 5000 or email re­cep­tion@pel­i­can­ Funds will be di­rected to lo­cal pro­grams con­ducted by the Ro­tary Club of Caloundra and Sun­nyKids.


The first Peregian Orig­i­nals for 2017 kicks off to­mor­row from 1–5pm at Peregian Beach Park.

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