Our Community Centre is a hub of activity and opportunity for local people. The present committee has passionately faced 2020 challenges trying to have something for everyone, to help improve social cohesion, reduce social isolation, and improve mental health outcomes.
Keeping in mind that nobody better understands the problems and potential of a community than those who live here, by becoming a member of our voluntary organisation you can be part of making Rainbow Beach a better place to live.
2021 membership is now open and will still be only $5. It is not a big commitment, but it is essential for building community wellbeing.
The Community Hall is a public location where members of our community can gather for group activities, social support, public information, and other purposes.
Monday December 7, it will be hosting another Disaster Management Informative Session, with the Mayor Glen Hartwig, Cr Jess Milne and key groups representatives. All are welcome to join a free BBQ from 5pm, meeting starts at 6pm.
We will close this year with a Community Christmas Party, on Friday December 11 – every local, of all ages, is invited to have fun at the “Santa Comes to Rainbow” event, with a local legend behind the costume.
You can dress up or not, meet your friends or make new ones. It is a special time of the year, even in a crazy unpredictable year. We have come a long way in our community, let’s celebrate.
President Elisa Seul