LIFE COMMUNITY DIARY
KIWI LADIES: All are welcome to a friendship day at the Caloundra RSL, 10am, on the last Thursday of each month. Phone 0438 844 350 or 5491 9654 for more details.
ALWAYS FREE: True mental silence meditation. Beginners and advanced, any age, kids and babies welcome. Chairs provided. Sahaja yoga, every Thursday in the building next to Maroochydore Library (annex building), 12-1.30pm. For inquiries, phone 0438 773 705.
U3A SUNSHINE COAST invites members and visitors to Ken Granger’s talk entitled “The Kimberley: Australia’s northwest frontier”. The talk is on July 25 at 1pm at the Southern Cross Care Village, 57 Village Way, Caloundra. Phone Mary Ann for details 5493 2173. PROBUS CLUB OF CURRIMUNDI:
The club meets at Golden Beach in the morning of the second Wednesday of each month. Membership is open to retired or semi-retired men and women. Between monthly meetings, members are able to access a wide and varied list of organised activities. The meetings are held at the Indoor Bowls Club, Burke Street, Golden Beach. Phone Sue or Peter on 0421 318 024. WEEKLY WELLNESS SESSIONS held every Thursday at 9.30-11.30am at Little Mountain. Sessions include meditation, body stretches and focus on topics to promote wellness. Phone Helen 0411 082 386. THE CALOUNDRA LIONESSES: The Lionesses meet twice a month. We welcome any community minded people who are able to give their time when they can to join us. For more information about the Caloundra Lioness Club, or if you would like to join, phone Lyn Webber on 0407 156 682 or Lois
Hadfield on 5493 6575. CALOUNDRA FAMILY HISTORY
RESEARCH INC: Members and visitors are always welcome to visit the group’s resource rooms, which are at the Sunshine Coast Turf Club. Phone Roz on 5493 1197 or Valerie on 5437 3879. For further details plus a map to find us visit www. caloundra family history.
org.au. PARKINSON’S SUPPORT GROUP:
The group meets on the second Wednesday of the month 10am-noon at IRT, 242 Parklands Blvd, Currimundi. All Parkinson’s sufferers and support people are welcome. For more information, phone Allan on 5437 0892 or 0416 758 937. BRIDGE LESSONS: The Caloundra Bridge Club, in Arthur Street, is conducting lessons starting August 7 from 9am-noon. The four Tuesdays of August will be introductory “mini-bridge” classes. The cost is $20 including morning tea. The formal course of lessons starts on September 4 from 9am-noon, for 10 weeks. The cost is $50. Morning tea provided and four free afternoons of bridge from
12.30-4pm, following lessons. For inquiries, phone Drew 0418 199 676 or Randall 0432 621 569.
PIANO CLUB: Piano and keyboardplaying retirees play for one another and participate in fun musical activities in a relaxing, supportive environment. The club meets on the third Tuesday of the month at the Pelican Waters Bowls Club, 49 Nelson Street, Golden Beach, 10am-noon. Some people even come just to listen. For more information, phone Chery Ham on 5492 1487. SUNSHINE SOUL CONNECTIONS CURRIMUNDI Monday 9.30am, Relax, unwind, meditate and have fun with like-minded people and enjoy exploring different techniques. Phone Christine 0413 942 593 for details. CALOUNDRA FAMILY HISTORY
RESEARCH INC has a resource centre at the Sunshine Coast Turf Club. Enter at Gate 2 on Pierce Avenue, Little Mountain, on Thursdays, 9.30am-4pm, or 9.30am-noon on the third Thursday of the month, and 9.30am-12.30pm on Saturdays. For more information, please phone Roz on 5493 1197 or Valerie on 5437 3879. Visit caloundrafamilyhistory.org.au.
CLASSIC CAR OWNERS hold an informal monthly get together on the first Sunday of every month, from 8am at The Kings Beach Tavern, Caloundra, in the carpark at the front. The Tavern cafe opens for us at 9am. For more information, phone Michael on 5491 8542. NATIVE PLANTS SUNSHINE COAST Have a Soldier Settler’s Walk coming up on August 12. Starts 8.30am at Parrot Park, Beerburrum, for car pooling to the start of the walk. Walk led by Gwen Malcolm from GMAN. Enquiries to npscevents @gmail.com.
STRUMMING GOOD: Nationally-recognised composer and guitarist Andrew Veivers will present a special one night only performance at the next Caloundra Regional Gallery Friday Live event from 6-8pm on July 20. The cost to attend is only $30 and places are limited so make sure you book early to avoid missing out. To book, visit gallery.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au.