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Have you got an event you'd like to promote? Add it here. Contact my office to submit the details of your event and we will upload it to the website. You can do this by calling my office on 07 3899 4031, or email at Terri.Butler.MP@aph.gov.au.
BrisBricks is going back to where it all began and will be doing a special one day expo at the Mt Gravatt Showgrounds. Come see a wide range of custom LEGO displays and creations form the Brisbane LEGO Fan comminity.
Local industries, environment groups, and community members are invited to contribute to the environmental and social health of this industrial region and the significant estuarine areas of Aquarium Passage. Celebrate international Earth Day by joining this clean-up and planting.
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C2V is on once a school term (dates listed below) and the aim of the afternoon is to get more mature members of the community out of their homes or aged care facilities and share an afternoon of 'yarns', music, trivia, bingo and a few other surprises with younger members of the community, namely students from Lourdes Hill College and Churchie.
C2V is a fun afternoon which is hosted from 3.00 to 4.30 and our patrons come together and receive afternoon tea and are entertained by the young men and women from the two schools.
The events are held in the St Johns Parish Hall on Oxford Street, Bulimba.
There is no cost to patrons and the afternoon is totally free and in fact we have many prizes which we give for the trivia quiz and bingo
Transport can be arranged for those who would like to attend but do not have access to a car.
The afternoon tea is endorsed and attended by the RSL President, Brian Laing and Brian and Barb Daly who are prominent members of our community.
If you can't get to Canberra to watch Bill Shorten's Budget Reply speech, why not do the next best thing and watch it with fellow Labor supporters?
Proceeds from this event will go towards Terri Butler's re-election campaign.
Unwaged tickets - $25
Waged tickets - $40
Tickets include a Team Terri Shirt!
Friday 18 May is Walk Safely to School Day.
This national initiative aims to encourage children to lead a healthier, more active lifestyle by simply including a walk at the beginning, at lunch time and at the end of each day. The event also promotes reduced car-dependency, greater use of public transport, cleaner air, improved diets and road safety to primary school children throughout Australia.
You can find more information at http://www.walk.com.au/wstsd/
Buranda State School Centenary: A chance to celebrate and recount the history of a hundred years of learning and community.
Buranda State School is turning One Hundred this year! The primary school located in Cowley Street, near the Stones Corner roundabout in inner southern Brisbane, will be soon celebrating its centenary of learning, teaching and being part of the local community.
There will be a Gala Reunion with drinks and canapes at The Gabba on Saturday, July 28, plus a September Celebration as part of the Burandafest fete.
Past Buranda State School students, families, teachers and others who were ever part of the school community are invited to attend the Gala Dinner.
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