Indy/folk musician Jack Carty to play at Majestic Theatre
WELL-KNOWN indy/folk musician Jack Carty will be performing at Pomona's community-run Majestic Theatre tomorrow night.
Jack will be supported by other acts including Hannah Rosa. Tickets are $20 and doors open at 6pm.
Inquiries 5485 2330 or http://www.themajestictheatre.com.au.
OFFICE bearers of Cooroy-Noosa Genealogical & Historical Research Group were elected at its recent annual general meeting.
President Bev Warner, vice-president Margaret Rickard, treasurer Georgina Day and secretary Julie Kinloch were all reappointed.
The group helping people research their German ancestors will be meeting again on Tuesday, October 21 from 1-3pm at the Research Rooms at 41 Miva St, Cooroy. Visitors welcome.
Inquiries 5442 5570 or http://www.genealogy-noosa.org.au.
GUEST Speaker at today's Friday Environment Forum is Margaret Cameron who will talk about attracting birds to a suburban garden.
In 2004, after 40 years in the southern states, Margaret returned to Queensland to live. She found a grassy garden with some birds, but was determined to attract a greater variety of very different birds. She succeeded and now has 30 or more different species visit every month.
Margaret's free talk begins 10.30am at the Environment Centre, Wallace Park, Noosaville.
A REUNION is being held tomorrow to mark the 98th Anniversary of Kin Kin State School.
The event will be held at the School in Main Street, Kin Kin and will feature displays and stalls from 10am-2pm, and a mini music festival from noon-7pm.
There will be plenty of refreshments and food available for purchase. All past and present students, teachers and community members are invited to attend the gathering.
A NEW exhibition, Porcelain - Black, White or Colour, featuring the works of well known ceramist Robyn Gill, has opened in the Pomona Railway Station Gallery.
The exhibition will be on display until October 29 in the Carriage. Inquiries 5485 2950.