This month’s movie in the park!
Pop these events on your February calendar and for more ‘things to do’, check out the What’s On guide at the back of the newspaper.
5 Fire twirling fun
There’s Friday Night Fire Twirling 6pm, bookings are essential, it’s $10 per person. Plus Rainbow Fire Weavers start February 8 to March 21, Mondays at 5pm at the Rainbow Beach Community Hall, $100 per term.
Treebeards also offer music lessons, $200 per term. Book in at Treebeards or contact Tina: 0409631127
6 Cooloola Coast Crocs Carnival
Drawing in hundreds of competitors from across the region, the Croc’s swim meet is a chance for the coast to showcase its immense array of talent in the pool, and hopefully bring home a few medals! The B grade qualifying short course meet is well known for its “Dash for Cash” and quantities of Tin Can Bay prawns! From 7 and under, the events is fun for the whole family, set on picturesque Norman Point.
13 Library Lovers’ Day
Rainbow Beach Library hosts a morning tea starting 9.30am. Gympie Regional Libraries are also holding a “Love our Library” photo fun competition. Entering is easy, be photographed by library staff “Loving our Library” during the first week of February.
There will be three winners: most popular vote on Facebook, from the photo display in Gympie, plus a lucky draw prize from those who voted in the Gympie Library. Branch libraries won’t miss out with their own lucky door prizes.
20 and 27 Live music
Head down to the Rainbow Beach Hotel and relax to the tunes of Joel Makauskas, 7.30 – 10pm. Also check out the hotel and the Sports Club for more gigs. Every Sunday there is live music at Tin Can Bay’s Marina Bar and Grill and the last Sunday of the month at The Pavilion, Rainbow Beach Resort.
26 Movies in the Park
Families come down and see Shaun the Sheep, 7pm at the Vietnam Veterans Hall Park – Santa Maria Court and Nautilus Dr, Cooloola Cove. The council initiative is FREE!
Movies play which have been selected specifically to appeal to a wide audience, so grab a chair or rug, bring a picnic and enjoy an evening in your local park. If weather is uncertain, phone 1300 307 800 or visit www.facebook.com/gympieregionalcouncil for cancellation advice.