Celebrating mother’s day on the Cooloola Coast!

Jess Milne, baby Bonnie and the Zumba ladies get ready for the Mother’s Day Classic at Tin Can Bay!

Jess Milne, baby Bonnie and the Zumba ladies get ready for the Mother’s Day Classic at Tin Can Bay!

Present Mum with a seafood platter from Ocean Breeze Seafood, a beauty treatment from Zaneta at Serenity Beauty, a Thai massage voucher or just book into one of our many eateries – pubs, clubs, restaurants and cafes – for a relaxed meal out, and no washing up! Here are three fun events for our coastal mums this Mother’s Day, May 8.

Generations of mothers together

Rainbow Beach Playgroup is on every Thursday morning in term time – but this month mums can get ready for the annual Mother’s Day Morning Tea.

Co-ordinator Sarah Brantz, said, “The lovely church ladies are putting on a Mother’s Day morning tea at playgroup on May 5, around 9.30am. It’s always a treat!”

It is a chance for mums to have a chat and hand babies over to experienced arms – many of the church ladies are grandmas and love to catch up with our youngest residents.

For the younger mums with under 5s, come along and be spoiled with their delicious home baking and conversation! Hopefully the women from the church will have a chance to put their feet up on Sunday.

Tea and entertainment for mums in Tin Can Bay

You are invited to a Mother’s Day Morning Tea to be held at Cathy House in Tin Can Bay on Tuesday May 3, at 10am till 12 noon.

There will be entertainment and raffles, and the event is organised by Lions Medical Research Personality Quest Entrant, Michaela Harries.

The cost is $5 and all funds raised go to the Lions Medical Research Foundation. Please RSVP to Michaela or Adriana Harries 0457762457.

Dress up in pink to run or walk!

Come together as a family and community for the Mother’s Day Classic on May 8.

A fundraiser for breast cancer research, you can register online by May 4 – as an individual or family, children under three are free. (No dogs allowed.)

Organiser Jess Milne says it starts at Norman Point, with a 6km circuit around town, It opens at 8am with a warm up at 8.45am and there will be a sausage sizzle, games and entertainment afterwards.

There are awards for first male/female runners, Best Dressed Family, Male and Female.

Visit: mothersdayclassic.com.au, or contact Jess Milne on  0411 218 254

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