NOW HEAR THIS: What's on around Gympie region this week.
NOW HEAR THIS: What's on around Gympie region this week. Contributed

What's happening in your community

TODAY

VIEW Club

GYMPIE VIEW Club will hold its monthly meeting at the Gympie RSL Club, Mary St on Friday, October 21 at 11am. As well as socialising and lunch, there will be an election of committee members for 2017. Social events such as coffee or craft mornings are held on a regular basis during the month. VIEW, which stands for the Voice, Interests and Education of Women and the organisation, supports The Smith Family in raising money to assist in Learning for Life Programs for school children in Australia. Come and join in and learn more about VIEW. Inquiries Elsie 5482 2955 or Esme 5483 3532.

Long Flat dance

OLD time dance, Long Flat Hall, 7.30pm. Adults $5, children under 12 free. Popular dance music by CDs, light supper. Come along an enjoy a night of social dancing with the Learner Dance Group. Inquiries Lyn 5482 4934 or Ann 5483 9387.

Senior Citizens Club

GYMPIE and District Senior Citizens Club meets at the Senior Citizens Hall, Mellor St on Tuesdays at 11am and Fridays at 10am to play cards and bowls. New members welcome. Inquiries Denise 0418 189 113.

Gympie U3A classes

AT Gympie Community Place:

History 9.30-10.30am. Inquiries Janice 0428 418 197.

Mahjong 12-2pm. Inquiries Sue 5482 8956.

Alcoholics Anonymous

GLENWOOD Community Hall (37km north of Gympie), 7pm. Details, phone 043 703 1316.

TOMORROW

Free stall

DO YOU have Treasure you want to sell at a Garage Sale. Goomboorian Memorial Hall has registered as a venue on the National Garage Sale Trail Saturday 22 October 2016 8am-noon. Bring your goodies to Goomboorian and enjoy the friendly hospitality in a true country setting. Free cuppa to all and free stall sites to all stall holders. Inquiries 0488 769 588 or goomboorianhall@yahoo.com.au.

Chatsworth dance

OLD time dance, Chatsworth Hall, 3 Allen Rd, Chatsworth. Music by Lex K and Friends. Adults $10, high school students $5. Raffle, Lucky door, homemade supper. Doors open 7pm, dancing starts 7.30 and continues until midnight. Inquiries Nancy 5483 1273, Lyn 5483 1126 or Mel 5483 1326.

Quilt Open Day

QUILT Open Day by Robin's Roses for Project Linus, Saturday October 22, 9.30am-3.30pm at the Jean Beattie Hall Cooinda Aged Care Home in Gympie. Handmade crafts, gift stall, bargain plants, lucky door prizes and quilt raffle. Admission $5 includes morning or afternoon tea. See the latest quilts that will be given to the Lady Cilento Children's Hospital to comfort seriously ill children plus adult quilts for the Gympie Chemotherapy Ward.

Inquires Gail 0412 781 209 or Rita 5483 8972.

Alcoholics Anonymous

ROOM 2, Gympie Community Place, 18 Excelsior Rd (cnr Stanley St), 4.30pm.

Inquiries 0459 350 026 or 0428 839 370.

Gympie Gem Club

OPEN Open 9am-noon. Make your own silver jewellery. Club house, cnr Bruce Hwy and Monkland St.

Inquiries 0409 636 814 or 0428 862 851.

Dagun Growers Market

DAGUN Heritage Railway Station from 3pm. Freshly picked and local food, enjoy wine and cheese tasting. Inquiries Elaine 5484 3749.

Curra markets

AT THE Curra Country Club, 10 David Dr, Curra (next to Puma servo, 10 minutes north of Gympie). Lots of stalls, sausage sizzle, jumping castle, coffee. Stalls from just $5. Inquiries Judy 0404 491 900.

SUNDAY

Cooroy car show

COMBINED Coastal Car Club will host its annual Cooroy Car Show & Swap Meet at Johnson Park, Mary River Rd, Cooroy. Swap meet opens at 6am, car show opens to the public at 9am. Adults $5, children under 15 free when accompanied by an adult. Food and drink, trade stalls, free entertainment and rides for the kids. Great family day. Inquiries Darryl 0407 588 697.

Learn to dance

LEARN how to dance, old time and new vogue, 12.30-3.30pm, Long Flat Hall. Adults $4, high school students $2 with afternoon tea provided. Come along and join us for a great afternoon. Inquiries Ann 5483 9387 or Will 5482 5390.

Imbil Markets

CRAFT, jewellery, fruit, vegetables, honey, conserves and plants, 8am-2pm. All township shops, art gallery, tea room, cafes and pub are also open. More information at website maryvalleycountry.com.au.

Alcoholics Anonymous

POMONA, Red Cross rooms, Reserve St, 6.30pm. Inquiries phone 5485 2862.

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