Organised by local Emma Lodge, and featuring up to 40 exhibitors in food, skincare, environment, wellbeing and exercise, plus a range of informative talks, classes, workshops and forums. Bloom Inspiring Wellness – Cairns is a growing annual event with holistic health in mind. Saturday, October 7, 9am5.30pm, Cairns Colonial Club. For information and tickets visit Bloom Inspiring Wellness – Cairns on Facebook. A poignant account of life and death and all the e foibles in between. Cairns Little Theatre’s production of
tells the story of Max Bell, a local cabbie from Broken Hill who learns he has terminal stomach cancer. Max decides to drive to Darwin to make use of the Northern Territory’s new ruling “The Rights of The Terminally Ill”, only to find he becomes a pawn in a political quagmire. Showing until October 14, Rondo Theatre, 14 Greenslopes St, Edge Hill. The show is rated MA15+. Celebrating its 54th year, The Babinda Harvest Festival aims to bring locals and visitors together in celebration, to enjoy a wide range of entertainment, food, arts and local culture, and to showcase the natural beauty, creative talents and unique character of the Babinda community. Saturday, October 7, from 3.30pm, Bill Wakeham Park, Babinda. www.babindaharvestfest.org The Cairns German Club comes alive for Oktoberfest on Saturday, October 7 and 14. There will be cold beer and traditional food, along with live music and entertainment. Entry from 12pm. 57 Winkworth St, Bungalow.