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Be part of true blue Aussie celebrations

Mud crab races, sandcastle competitions and fireworks are just some of the ways to celebrate Australia Day at councils free community events on Wednesday, January 26.
The day kicks off early with a free barbecue breakfast at 7.30am at Brennan Park on the Bongaree foreshore at Bribie Island. The Aussie Beach Party at Bribie continues with art and craft markets, live entertainment, a sandcastle competition, and amusement rides and culminates with a spectacular fireworks display at 7.15pm. Meanwhile, Strathpines Pine Rivers Park will host the Aussie Arvo from 3pm with pony rides, sack races, face painting and craft workshops, a Light Horse and Tent Pegging show, an animal farm and reptile shows among the activities planned. Onstage, Jon English, country pop outfit Jonahs Road and great local talent including Made in Australia and Celtic Fusion will perform until fireworks at 7.45pm.

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Local butchers will showcase their barbecuing talents during the Cook Off and wouldbe dancing queens can show off their skills at the Have A Go Dance arena. For more information visit www.moretonbay.qld.
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North Lakes library plans

North Lakes has a new temporary library.
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Lakes community. At this stage, construction of a new purpose-built library is expected to begin in mid 2012.

RADF helps arts projects soar

The beautifully illustrated story of Talon the osprey chick is now on display to all Osprey House Environmental Centre visitors, thanks to the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF).
The fund enabled Osprey House Environmental Centre to engage local artist Pip Grant-Taylor to work with centre volunteers on the story of Talons hatching and first flight. RADF grants can be used for a wide range of arts development activities including professional development; workshops; innovative arts, culture or heritage projects; concept development; creative industries development and cultural tourism initiatives. Applications for the next RADF funding round are now open and will close on 14 March, for projects starting after 30 May, 2011. Find out how to apply by visiting councils website at radf The website contains guidelines, an eligibility check list and application forms. There are no upper or lower limits on grant applications, but typically grants range between $250 to more than $15,000 per project and average about $5,000.

Help build a vision for Moreton Bay region and be in the running to win a $5,000 travel voucher.
In the next edition of Moreton Living, council will be launching the Our Tomorrow Community Survey. Complete this survey online and you will

go into the draw for the fantastic t ravel p rize, while also helping to shape the regions future with your contribution. Council will use the views and opinions collected during the survey period to develop a community plan that reflects your values and what you like about where you live.

Spanning 10 years, the community plan will describe a vision for the future of the region in areas such as the environment, economy and community wellbeing. The community plan will then guide councils service delivery into the future. The information collected from the survey will provide

council with valuable feedback on what is important to local residents. The survey will also provide an opportunity for people to describe their vision for the Moreton Bay Region. So look out for more details and the survey in the next Moreton Living and help create Our Tomorrow.

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Soccer fields for Samford

Soccer fields and practice areas are taking shape at Samford parklands as the latest stage of the recreation areasd evelopmentis carried out.
A senior and a junior field, practice areas, lighting, irrigation, a car park, internal road, the upgrade of a dam and underground water storage are all part of the latest work which has been estimated at $4 million. Weather permitting, the new soccer fields are expected to be completed by June. Last year council completed a tennis and netball precinct at the parklands as part of its commitment to creating district-level sporting fields and recreational facilities at Samford. The work is being carried out following a master plan which was developed for the site in 2005.

If you want to catch some of the hottest acts in the country performing in Caboolture this May, save money by buying early bird tickets now. The Urban Country Music Festival is back with a brand new line up and if youve always thought youre more urban than country theres a special concert just for you. Our first international country artist to headline at the festival American star Joe Nichols will perform in Saturdays concert which also features top Aussie acts James Reyne, The McClymonts,

Jonahs Road and Tamworths 2011 Toyota Star Maker winner. Sundays concert line up, for fans who enjoy more than just country music, stars Evermore, Thirsty Merc, The Potbelleez, Amy Meredith and Sinead Burgess. You can see both concerts for $100 if you buy early bird tickets before January 31. For details, including how to purchase tickets, see the festival website at or call the festival hotline on 1800 810 400.

Redcliffe City Art Gallery

470 476 Oxley Ave, Redcliffe Open Monday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm Phone 3283 0415. Free admission Until 25 January Exhibition - Contemporary Queensland Painters: Evolving Traditions Free child/parent activities daily 15 January, 10am to 2pm Free parent/child activities courtesy of Queensland Art Gallery 17 January, 10am to noon Creative pencil drawing workshop For ages 10 and over. Produce an artwork showing a 3D reflective object. Bookings essential. 19 January, 10.30am Artist talk With Dr Christine Kirkegard 20 January, 10.30am Artist talks With Nick Leavey and Scott Breton 21 January, 10am to noon and 2pm to 4pm Create Cool Characters workshop With writer and illustrator Dr Cameron Stelzer $7 for 2-hour session, all materials supplied Bookings essential. 29 January to 12 March Exhibition Contemporary Miniatures A Queensland Art Gallery Travelling Exhibition featuring miniature painting by contemporary international artists. 1 February, 10.30am Opening of Contemporary Miniatures

Pine Rivers Art Gallery

Until 30 January Animal Kingdom exhibition 5 January, 10.30am Artist of the month Morning tea and demonstration with Anne Tracey-Harris. $5 per person. 23 January, 8.30am to 12.30pm Art &Craft Fair 2 February, 10.30am Artist of the month Morning tea and demonstration with Jan Leard. $5 per person From 4 February Working Together Groups Exhibition and Quilt Challenge 5 & 6 February Workshop Collage workshop with Di Hodge 6 & 13 February Workshop Working with glass workshop with Beth Roberts. Workshops cost $45 per day plus material costs. Bookings and enquiries 3408 9288 12 & 13 February Workshop Creative Leatherwork workshop with Cheryl McIntyre 199 Gympie Rd, Strathpine. Open Monday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm For bookings and enquiries phone 3480 6941 For more details see pinerivers-gallery Workshops Bookings and payment essential to reserve a place. All children to be accompanied by an adult for free activities. 6 January to 12 February Still Life, Real Life Works from artists across the region. Painting and drawing workshops will be held in conjunction with the exhibition. Mondays 10.30am to 1.30pm Painting Group BYO painting gear, Bookings essential. Free 10 January to 21 January, sessions 11am to 12.30pm, 2pm to 3.30pm Free school holiday program in the gallery Paper animal making, origami, monster making, drawing, collage, boat and plane making, card making and more. For group bookings contact the gallery. No bookings required for individuals. 15 January 21st Century Kids Free activities day as part of the Queensland Art Gallery on Tour program. 11 February, 11am Biographies and artist statements Free talk on how visual artists can improve biographies and artist statements. Book online at www. or phone 3283 0405 16 February Special Moves Exhibition of contemporary artworks by honours graduates of the Queensland College of Arts (QCA), Griffith University.

S.H.A.F.T (Super Holiday Activities for Teenagers)

Region wide 10 to 21 January Booking request period is open from 3 to 7 January. Program booklets are available in council libraries and customer service centres and displayed on councils website. ( au/schoolholidayfun).

Aussie Beach Party

Brennan Park, Bribie Island 26 January, 7.30am to 7.30pm

Fish, Fun and Aussie Sun

Suttons Beach, Redcliffe 26 January, 10am to 4pm

Bribie Island Seaside Museum

1 South Esplanade, Bongaree Open Thursday & Friday 10am to 4pm, Saturday & Sunday 10am to 3pm Free admission. Phone 3408 0007

Aussie Arvo
Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine 26 January, 3pm to 8pm

2011 King of Dirt

Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine 26 January, 9am to 4pm Australias largest BMX dirt jumping competition Event Contact: Chris Bierton, CORE Operations. For further information on councils Australia Day events phone 3205 0555 or visit www.

Until 30 January Industrial Desire Detroit Concept Cars Models, designs and film documentary on Detroits automotive designers. 9 February, noon RADF information session Free. Bookings see www. culturalheart or phone 3283 0405. Daily The Micro Cinema 10.30am film - Industrial Desire Doco on designing concept cars. 1pm film - Fairweather Man documentary on Bribie artist Ian Fairweather.

Redcliffe Museum
75 Anzac Ave, Redcliffe Open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 4pm Phone 3883 1898 Until 27 February Joseph Banks and the Flora of the Australian East Coast 14 January, 10am Seminar: Native Gardening with Joseph Banks. Bookings phone 3883 1898 10 February, 10am Seminar: History of botanical illustration with Robyn Graham, Botanical Artists Society of Qld Inc. Followed by morning tea. Bookings phone 3883 1898 10 February 11.30am Botanical drawing workshop with Robyn Graham after seminar, numbers strictly limited and bookings essential, phone 3883 1898

Pine Rivers Heritage Museum

Old Petrie Town, Dayboro Rd, Whiteside pinerivers-museum

Artisans Guild of Caboolture & District

New premises, Community Centre, corner of Old Bay Road and Maitland Street Burpengary opening mid January 2011

Caboolture Historical Village

Bribie Island Community Arts Centre

Sunderland Dr, Banksia Beach Open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 4pm Phone 3408 9288

Beerburrum Rd, Caboolture Open daily 9.30am to 3.30pm Adults $15, concession (including pensioners and students) $9.90, children (5-12) $5, Under 5s free Phone: 5495 4581 or visit www. 26 January Australia Day Event incorporating Citizenship Ceremony Re-enactments, entertainers, food outlets, tractor and train rides and more. Entry prices will apply.

Until 16 January Taming Time: Collected Clocks Exhibition showcasing time-keeping technology and craftsmanship from sundials to digital watches. 4 February to 27 March Industrial Desire: Detroit Concept Cars 7 February, 9am to 4pm Money for the Arts Full-day grant writing workshop. $20 per person plus $10 payable on day for resource book. To book go to culturalheart or call 3283 0405

The events listed are proudly supported by Moreton Bay Regional Council.

Throughout January Kids Zone open every day (except Mondays) - check Whats On at www. for full holiday program. 15 February, 6.30pm RADF information sessions Free. Book online at www. or phone 3283 0405

27 January, 7.30pm Cue Films in Style - Australia See the film while feasting on Australian delicacies. Tickets $25, Gold Card holders $22 28 January, 7.30pm 29 January, 2pm Cinema Live & Opera Australia present Rigoletto Verdis opera in three acts. Sung in Italian with English subtitles. Adults $27, Concession $24, Children (1-12) $15 For the latest in arts and culture in the Moreton Bay region visit culturalheart

Special Effects Deception Bay, 13 January 9am to 11am. Bookings 3203 1094 Kallangur, 13 January 3pm to 5pm. Bookings 3204 4944 Redcliffe, 14 January 9am to 11am. Bookings 3283 0311 Redcliffe, 13 January, noon to 2pm. Bookings 3283 0311 Strathpine, 14 January, noon to 2pm. Bookings 3480 6698

10 February, 10 to 11.30am Caravan Workshop with James Hamilton Local traveller James Hamilton knows all the best van spots, tricks and tips. Free. Bookings required.

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Sound Production

Bookings 3203 1094 27 January, 10.30am to 11.30am Op shop til you drop Suellen Retschlag, author of The Op Shoppers Guide to Brisbane and surrounding areas shares where to find things at great prices. Free. Bookings required. 10 February, 10 to noon Valentine card making workshop with Robyn Noden. $10 for three cards. Bookings 3203 1094

Woodford Community Museum & Arts Centre

109 Archer Street, Woodford Art Group Gallery Open Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and every third Sunday, 10am to 3pm Phone 5496 1247 Wednesdays, 9.30am to 12noon Social creativity. All welcome Woodford Historical Society Inc Open Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and every third Sunday of each month between 10am & 3pm or by arrangement. Phone Ron on 5496 1092 or Shirley on 5496 1389 woodfordhistoricalsociety@ Until mid March Emergency Services display

Music Video: Cover style, special effects and editing Arana Hills, 14 January, 3pm to 5pm. Bookings 3351 3401

Screen Writing: Scriptwriter, film maker, and novelist Stephen M. Irwin will teach you how to write scripts with punch. Burpengary, 7 January 10am to noon. Bookings 3888 5366


Bookings 3385 5555 18 January, 10am to 6pm Wii band day Grab your friends and family and come along and have fun with our Wii band. Free. 27 January 2.30 to 3.30pm Op shop til you drop! Suellen Retschlag, author of The Op Shoppers Guide to Brisbane and surrounding areas shares where to find things at great prices. Free. Bookings required. 15 February, 3.30 to 4.30pm HomeWorkHELP! Learn about online resources, searching beyond Google, simple bibliographies and what the library offers in support of homework for students year 4 to 12. Bookings 3385 5555

Computer Animation: Workshop by former Disney animator Mark Guthrie. Animation Station - Party Stations Throughout January Every Moreton Bay Region library will host a Summer Reading Club Animation Station party mid to late January, with lucky door prizes, book voucher draws, and lots of fun. Visit for more information Mash It Up is back for 2011 If you are aged 12 to 25 and you are interested in making short films then Mash It Up is for you with top cash prizes on offer. Registrations are open for free January school holiday workshops led by industry experts. For further information, go to www. or email Mash It Up workshops: Acting and Voice: Work with actor and radio personality Adam Tokely. Albany Creek, 11 January, 2pm to 4pm. Bookings 3264 5267 Narangba, 12 January 11am to 1pm. Bookings 3385 5555 Strathpine, 5 January 2pm to 4pm. Bookings 3480 6698 Caboolture, 19 January 2pm to 4pm. Bookings 5433 2000

Arana Hills

Bookings 3351 3401 8 February, 6.30pm RADF information sessions Free. Book online at www.moretonbay. or phone 3283 0405. 10 February, 10am to 11am Books Make Cooks - Cooking Club @ Arana Hills Free. Cooking demonstrations, recipe swapping, taste testing and guest chefs.

Redcliffe Cultural Centre

Downs Street, Redcliffe Phone 3283 0400 Stage Door Gallery Redcliffe Cultural Centre 18 January to 6 March Our Country from the Mountains to the Beaches Art from every corner of the region. Free. Cue Restaurant New menu Bookings preferred, walk-ins welcome Phone 3283 0444 16 January, 12.30pm High Tea $18pp, $22 pp with glass of champagne. Bookings essential 16, 23, 30 January, 11.30am to 2.30pm Cue Caf Summer Series Live entertainment and BBQ buffet lunch. Adults $16.95 (drinks not included), Children (1-12) $12.95. 19 January, 2, 9 & 16 February from 5.30pm T-Bone and Barra Nights $12.95. Bookings preferred.


Bookings 3888 5366 11 January, 10 to 10.30am Prevent a bite workshop Kids will learn tips about animal safety. Meet councils dog Smash. 17 February, 10 to 11.30am Caravan Workshop with James Hamilton All the best van spots, tricks and tips from local traveller James Hamilton. Free. Bookings required.

North Lakes

Bookings 3480 9900 17 January, 1 to 3pm SHAFT - Manga Workshop Improve your manga drawing (Japanese cartoon) skills. For years 8 to 12 and bookings via SHAFT program. Phone 5433 2052. Cost $5.


Bookings 3283 0311 10 February, 4pm to 5pm Redcliffe Welcoming Place Childrens Book Club Attend the first Welcoming Place Childrens Book Club. Free. Find out what is happening at your local library by visiting the Moreton Bay Region Libraries website and checking out Whats On at www.moretonbay.

Theatrical Make Up: Find out how to create your own special effects with expert Jenny Drever Woodford, 11 January, 11am to 1pm. Bookings 5496 1136 Albany Creek, 18 January, 2pm to 4pm. Bookings 3264 5267 North Lakes, 19 January, 11am to 1pm. Bookings 3480 9900


Bookings 5433 2052 12 January, 10 to 12noon Cool Companions Wildlife Presentation Hands-on wildlife presentation. Ages 2 to 15. Free. Bookings required. 9 February, 10 to 11am Queensland Rail Travel Safety Workshop and Rail History Presentation Travel safety, special offers and the history of Queensland trains. Free. Bookings required.

Redcliffe Cultural Centre

Phone 3283 0407 See www.redcliffeculturalcentre. for $6 film listings in December, including: Eat Pray Love, Despicable Me, The King & I and Skyline

Stop Motion Animation: Workshop by former Disney animator Mark Guthrie. Caboolture, 20 January 2pm to 4pm. Bookings 5433 2000

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Declutter this Summer

If a fresh clean start is on your New Years resolution list, then here are a few tips on how to dispose of clutter in a way that reduces its environmental impact.

Where can I take my rubbish?

1. Recycle
Glass, plastic bottles and containers, milk and juice containers made of liquid paperboard, paper, cardboard, aluminium and steel cans can all go into the yellowlidded recycling bin at home or at council waste facilities. Cardboard skip bins are located at all waste facilities. Metal products and e-waste like computers, old televisions, phones and printers can be recycled by delivering to the appropriate area at waste facilities.

There are four main waste facilities in Moreton Bay region open seven days a week between 7am and 6pm in summer. Each facility offers a range of options for waste disposal. However, some materials can only be disposed at selected sites. Check councils website

2. Reuse
Donate your usable but unwanted furniture, tools, appliances, building and outdoor materials and kitchen items to charities or drop them off at waste facilities for the Treasure Markets at Caboolture and Dakabin. That way theyll get a second lease on life.

3. Recover
Take your garden clippings and branches to the green waste area of your local waste facility so they can be turned into mulch. Drop off unusable timber furniture to the timber area to be chipped. Waste facilities will also take old gas bottles (limit of one per visit) and tyres (limit of two per visit) for recovery of metal and rubber. Unwanted concrete can be crushed and used for drainage and access roads at the waste facilities.

at www.moretonbay. for details on what items can be taken where and try the different facilities to see which suits you best. Bunya - Bunya Road, near Bunya State Forest and visible from the Jinker Track. Caboolture - 51

4. Responsibly dispose
Make sure items such as household chemicals and paint, oil, car and boat batteries and fluorescent globes are dropped off at the appropriate regulated or hazardous waste section at Dakabin, Caboolture, Bunya and Redcliffe waste facilities. If you want to get rid of materials containing asbestos or contaminated soils, phone council on 3205 0555 before disposal as regulations apply.

McNaught Road, via Pasturage Road, off Bribie Island Road. Dakabin - Old Gympie Road, 200m north of the Alma Road intersection. Redcliffe - 261 Duffield Road, Clontarf.

Welcome additions
From learning how to establish a website to hosting an exhibition, councils Food For Thought program will serve up a range of skills and hints to inspire the regions creative community in 2011.
The program, now in its fourth year, includes events, talks and workshops on topics that support and nurture local arts professionals. New to this years program are a TAFE-subsidised course on how to establish a creative business as well as workshops on writing media releases and how to sell craft online. Previous popular topics such as grant writing, establishing a website, exhibition skills and photographing artworks are also featured in the years activities. Most sessions are free, but all must be booked. For a full listing of 2011 events visit www.moretonbay.qld. Redcliffe Library is launching both an adult and a childrens book club with an Indigenous focus. The bookclubs, which are open to all, will be held in the Redcliffe Library Welcoming Place and focus on Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander literature. The first childrens book club for ages eight and over will meet at 4pm on 10 February and the session will include storytelling, craft and a book to read and discuss. The first adult book club will meet at 6pm on 25 February and will include bush tucker tasting, readings and discussions. Moreton Bay Region Libraries Welcoming Places are library spaces of Indigenous focus, developed in partnership with local Indigenous community representatives and groups. Each Welcoming Place has its own local focus, highlighting Indigenous culture to the wider community through art, publications and yarning. For further information, phone 3283 0311.

Love is in the air

Celebrity authors, a new book blog and competitions will help you rediscover your love of a good story at Moreton Bay Region Libraries this February.
Redcliffe-born actor and author William McInnes will launch Library Lovers Month with an author talk and wine and cheese night at Redcliffe Library at 7pm on 8 February. Places are limited, so reserve yours by phoning the library on 3283 0311. Crime writer Pat Noad will visit Deception Bay, Woodford, Caboolture and Burpengary Libraries during February to talk about her new book Destination Tribulation. Book lovers are encouraged to check out the new Moreton Bay Reads blog that launches in February at www.moretonbay.qld. The blog will contain reviews, suggest reading selections and information about the world of books. Members posting a review or comment on the blog before the end of May will go into the draw for weekly prizes and the major prize of an iPad. For more Library Lovers activities this February, including writing competitions, check the website at www.moretonbay.qld. and see whats happening in your local library.

Burpengary intersection upgrade

The intersection of Uhlmann and Buckley Roads at Burpengary is undergoing an upgrade to improve safety and provide for increasing volumes of traffic. The project, estimated at $3 million, will include adding traffic signals and new street lighting and also involves work to relocate electricity, phone lines and water services. Weather permitting, the intersection will be completed by the end of 2011.

Outdoor adventure

marine creatures exploration morning. Or you could try orienteering, some low tightrope walking or planting a tree for koalas. Theres only one catch participants must be aged between 7 and 12 and live in Moreton Bay region or attend school locally, and they must have a parent or carer actively involved in the program too. The program will provide new familyfriendly experiences and promote all sorts of adventure on offer in Moreton Bay region. If you want to learn more, see councils website at www.moretonbay.qld. Council has subsidised the cost of activities, which range from free to $5 per participant. Bookings will be taken through the website or by phoning 5433 2052 from Friday, 14 January to Wednesday, 2 February, 2011.

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Dont let the kids have all the fun this February. Join in.
Moreton Bay Regional Councils new Outdoor Adventure Families program has heaps planned including kayaking and paddle surfing, canoeing, indoor rock climbing, surf school, mountain biking and a

Hey kids, get active

Play games, learn up to six different sports or try your hand at tumbling and bouncing gymnastics in Moreton Bay region parks this January.
Moreton Bay Regional Councils Active Kids program offers free fun activities for toddlers and primary school children. January sessions are being held at Suttons Beach Park at Redcliffe, John Scott Park in Samford, Wamuran Sports Field, Morayfield Park Leisure Centre, Pebble Beach Common at Sandstone Point and Sweeney Reserve at Petrie. Experienced and qualified staff deliver the activities and there are separate sessions for supervised toddlers and primary school children. Participants are asked to wear enclosed

shoes, comfortable clothes and a hat, and to bring a bottle of water, sunscreen and something healthy to eat after the session.

To download a program, visit councils website at www.moretonbay.qld.

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