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‘RECONNECTING COMMUNITIES’ Join us for an ‘extraordinary’ event

Feb 21, 2019 | Front Page Feature, News

Mayor Rachel Chambers invites you to join us for an ‘extraordinary‘ event… coming to a town near you!

The Reconnecting Communities community events, a series of humorous and light hearted entertainment events will feature one of Australia’s most in-demand motivational and inspirational speakers Robyn Moore, the voice of iconic childhood favourite “Blinky Bill” and featured in “How green was my cactus”.

“The events are a great opportunity to connect with family, friends or work colleagues for a few hours of humorous, light hearted and ‘extraordinary’ entertainment, with lunch or dinner included,” Mayor Chambers said.

The heavily subsidised community events are scheduled to be held at the following venues:

Biggenden Memorial Hall               Friday, 1 March        06:30pm for 07:00pm start

Gayndah Community Hall              Saturday, 2 March     06:30pm for 07:00pm start

Mundubbera Community Hall         Sunday, 3 March       12:30pm for 01:00pm start

Monto Community Hall                 Friday, 8 March        06:30pm for 07:00pm start

Eidsvold Community Hall               Saturday, 9 March     06:30pm for 07:00pm start

Mount Perry Community Hall         Sunday, 10 March      12:30pm for 01:00pm start

Ticket prices are affordable for all, with adults just $10 and children (under 12 years) $5.  Tickets are available now at all North Burnett Regional Council Customer Service Centres or by phone on 1300 696 272 (1300 MY NBRC).  Limited tickets available… BOOK A TABLE NOW!

For further information about the ‘Reconnecting Communities’ events please contact Council’s Communities team on 1300 696 272 (1300 MY NBRC), check Council’s website (see the latest ‘Council News’), email or call in to one of Council’s Customer Service Centres.

The ‘Reconnecting Communities’ project was funded through the Queensland Government’s Tackling Regional Adversity through Integrated Care (TRAIC) Program, MARK Foundation and North Burnett Regional Council.

Proudly supported by North Burnett Regional Council and the North Burnett Community Services Advisory Committee. 

See the flyer here.