Just the facts
Yangan State School will hold a fund-raising Trivia Night this Saturday 18 March.
Supper is included, tables of between eight and 10 can be booked and there will be a multi-draw raffle and licenced bar operating.
Doors open at 6.30pm at the Yangan State School ‘Big Shed’.
Organise a table or just come along and join a table – contact Kate Fritz on 4664 8781 or 0409 070 221.
Warwick Aboriginal group Waringh Waringh invites everyone to come to a day of celebration of Aboriginal heritage around the traditional ‘Bunya Festival’ this Saturday 18 March at Maryvale.
Waringh Waringh means ‘cold place’ in the local Githabul language.
This is a great opportunity to enjoy a day out and mix with Aboriginal people and experience something of our culture. There will be food with traditional ingredients, ceremonies around land and language, live music including popular Goomeroi singer Roger Knox.
As well there will be discussion opportunities with consultant Grant Sarra, Aboriginal short films at night and more. Displays of current art, the Bunya Festival, and traditional use of local plants will also be a feature.
For more information including a full program, have a look at “Waringh Waringh bunya festival” on Facebook, visit www.cicadawoman.weebly.com or call (07) 4666 1187.
An easy fix
Granite Borders Landcare will host a ‘Repair Cafe’ event this Saturday 18 March at Feast and Farmin’ Cafe and Takeaway, at 19 Railway Street, Stanthorpe, from 10am to 2pm.
Repair Cafes are free community workshops for people to bring consumer products in need of repair where they can work together with volunteer “fixers” to repair and maintain their faulty products.
If you would like to be a volunteer repairer please email Stanthorpe.firstname.lastname@example.org