The Pullenvale Ward Community Events page is being provided as a service to all our community members and organisations. Whilst every effort will be made to ensure that the information on our website is accurate, Cr Richards does not accept any responsibility or liability for any loss, damage, cost or expense arising from any information contained on this site. We advise direct contact with any organisation advertising an event if confirmation of details is required.
BIRD WALK @ Mt Coot-tha Forest Park, Toowong Creek, ToowongEvent Date/s: 18 March 2017
Event Times: 7am - 9am
Address: Meeting Point: Road Reserve at cnr Ken St and Broseley Rd, Toowong (UBD 158 K17)
Check out this gem among our rehabilitation sites, located very close to the CBD. It’s part of the Mt Coot-tha Forest Park, althought South-East of the Western Freeway and connected through bushland to the Sandy and Witton Creeks catchments. We know of larger birds such as the Powerful Owl and Goshawks frequenting the area. Rehabilitation work intends to also bring the small birds back and enhance the wildlife corridor in an otherwise densely populated area.
Meeting Point: Road Reserve at cnr Kent St and Broseley Rd, Toowong (UBD 158 K17)
Wear sturdy walking shoes and protecting clothing. BYO water bottle and binoculars (of the latter we have a few on standj-by too). Lyn Cole, as always, will guide us and generously share her knowledge. Information on our bird walks is also available on http://www.cwcn.org.au. If you have questions contact us via email@example.com or ring 38784581. Kindly RSVP for these bird walks. Thank you.
Cool & Classic ConcertEvent Date/s: Sunday 19 March 2017
Event Times: 2.00pm - 3.30pm
Address: Kenmore Uniting Church 982 Moggill Rd
BLUES BY FIVE
This cool quintet Blues By Five provides an intimate style of jazz as part of the 2017 Cool & Classic series hosted by Kenmore Uniting Church at 2 pm on Sunday, 19th March. The members have played in a variety of big bands but in 2013 were asked to put together a jazz quintet for a charity fund-raiser at the Red Hill Gallery. Since then, the group has added to the traditional jazz and Latin repertoire such as “Sway” and “The Girl from Ipanema” by improvising with bepop favourites like Dizzy Gillespie and “Bernie’s Tune” made famous by Gerry Mulligan and Chet Baker.
The jazz group’s line-up includes popular vocalist Ruani Dias Jayasinha, Andy Will on double bass and Eddie Nelson on drums. The final two members, Nathan Howard (piano) and Ben Langford (trumpet), have played together in bands since High School and have over 20 years’ experience in teaching and performance. All have played at the Brisbane Jazz Club and in various big bands and ensembles and are enjoying exploring the potential of the quintet format for experiment.
So, if you want a Sunday afternoon of great music in a convenient venue, come to the Kenmore Uniting Church, 982 Moggill Road, Kenmore at 2 pm, followed by a delicious afternoon tea and time to talk to the musicians, all included in the price. Discounts for all students mean the whole family can come.
Tickets at $30 with $25 for concessions and $5 for primary age children are available at the church’s Refreshed Shop (982 Moggill Rd) on weekday mornings or contact Rosemary (3378 4436) evenings or the Church Office (3378 4505) Thursdays and Fridays.Please download more information here >
Bird Walk @ Mt Coot-tha Forest Park at Toowong Creek, ToowongEvent Date/s: 18 March, 2017
Event Times: 7am - 9am
Address: Road Reserve at Cnr Kent St & Broseley Rd, Toowong (UBD 158 K17)
Check out this gem among our rehabilitation sites, located very close to the CBD. It’s part of Mt Coot-tha Forest Park, althought Sought-East of the Western Freeway and connected through bushland to the Sandy and Witton Creeks catchments. We know of larger birds such as the Powerful Owl and Goshawks frequenting the area. Rehabilitation work intends to also bring the small birds back and enhance the wildlife corridor in an otherwise densely populated area.
Meeting Point: Road Reserve at Cnr Kent St & Broseley Rd, Toowong (UBD 158 K17).
Wear sturdy walking shoes and protective clothing. BYO water bottle and binoculars (of the latter we have a few on stand-by too). Lyn Cole, as always, will guide us and generously share her knowledge. Please note, some of the walks during May and June start half an hour later. Information on our bird walks is also available on www.cwcn.org.au
Help fund Brain Research @ BIG TRIVIA!Event Date/s: Wednesday 15 March, 2017
Event Times: 11am to 12 Noon
Address: Kenmore Library
The Brain Foundation (http://brainfoundation.org.au/) is a nationally registered charity, dedicated to funding world-class research Australia-wide into neurological disorders, brain disease and brain injuries.
Ageless Grace is a cutting-edge brain and body movement practice for all ages that has been used at Kenmore Library since January 2013 to provide fun, education and movement to music while seated.
On Wednesday 15th March the Brain Foundation’s fundraiser will be incorporated into Brain Awareness Week, and some fun trivia questions will be included with our usual Ageless Grace movement session. The aim is to provide some funds for their research as well as providing awareness about the work of the brain foundation.
Help fund Brain Research – come and play trivia at the Ageless Grace movement session on Wednesday 15 March from 11am to Noon @ the Kenmore Library. Gold Coin Donation!
Click here for more information Brain Foundation Trivia EventPlease download more information here >
BIRD WALKS – March to June 2017Event Date/s: As advertised in links below
Event Times: As advertised in links below
Address: As advertised in links below
Join us for a series of upcoming bird walks in our local catchments area, visit and revisit wonderful local sites and help us to further assess Brisbane’s inner western bird populations. Our feathered friends are exceptionally good indicators of environmental health. Some of our sites are used as temporary home during seasonal and altitudinal migration which makes all survey walks all the more exciting. Many of our sites are undergoing rehabilitation work under BCC’s Habitat Brisbane, at other sites CWCN has taken the initiative and progresses improvements with support of BCC’s CCO Program, both helped with funds from Council, State Government or other grant providers. Birds, especially small birds, are indicators of how successful we have been just yet. There is so much to learn during all walks, be it about native flora, signs of other than avian fauna, about the functioning of wildlife movement corridors, the health of our waterways, and also about threats to habitat.
Wear sturdy walking shoes and protective clothing. BYO water bottle and binoculars (of the latter we have a few on stand-by too). Lyn Cole, as always, will guide us and generously share her knowledge. Please note, some of the walks during May and June start half an hour later. Information on our bird walks is also available on www.cwcn.org.au. If you have questions contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 3878 4581. Kindly RSVP for these bird walks. Thank you.Please download more information here >
QCWA opens Twilight Group in KenmoreEvent Date/s: Wednesday 8 March, 2017
Event Times: 6pm - 8pm
Address: Meeting Room @ Kenmore Library, Kenmore Village, 9 Brookfield Rd, Kenmore
The Queensland Country Women’s Association (QCWA) is opening a new group in Kenmore. The group will meet in the Meeting Room at Kenmore Library between 6 and 8pm on the second Wednesday of the month. The first meeting is scheduled for Wednesday March 8 and all women are welcome.
QCWA began in 1922. It is the largest women’s organisation in Queensland with branches from Mt Isa to Quilpie and Cooktown to Coolangatta. However, you don’t have to live in the country to be a member. There are several groups in the Greater Brisbane area and Kenmore will be the next one. To find out more, contact Christine at email@example.com or 3202 7510.
QCWA is about friendship, about community and about being connected. It offers a wide range of activities tailored to the interests of local members. It also offers friendship and the opportunity to contribute to local, national and international communities.
QCWA is different things to different people. If you would like to meet new people, learn how to help others, listen to interesting people talk about their experiences, learn a new craft or brush up on an old one – join us! QCWA is definitely not just tea and scones! Check out the website http://www.qcwa.org.au
Moggill State School PLAYGROUP!Event Date/s: Each Wednesday afternoon
Event Times: 1-3pm
Address: OSCH room in the hall at Moggill State School @ 3417 Moggill Rd, Moggill
Playgroup is Back!
The Moggill State School Playgroups have kicked off again with wonderful community support.
The children immersed themselves in lots of play including: pretend play in the kitchen, playdough bread baking, making sandwiches with craft materials, obstacle course climbing, singing, dancing and listening to a funny story about a very strange sandwich for Daddy!
The morning session is FULL however there are still vacancies in the afternoon session from 1-3pm each Wednesday afternoon.
WHO: Children from birth to school age and their parents/carers
COST: $2 per child per week (babies under 12 mths free)
WHERE: OSCH room in the hall @ Moggill State School
BRING: Your child’s afternoon tea and water bottle
For any enquiries or to register your child please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to our great community for your valuable support.
MSS Playgroup Co-Ordinator
Moggill Mustangs Junior Boys and Girls Australian Football Registration/Sign-OnEvent Date/s: Online and Information Day 04 Feb 2017
Event Times: 10am to 12pm
Address: Bellbowrie Sport and Rec Club, Sugarwood Street Bellbowrie
Would you like to play Junior AFL or join the Auskick Program this season?
You can register and play for the Moggill Mustangs Juniors now!
Girls and Boys are welcome for Auskick, Roys Junior Program and our Under 8s, 9s, 10s, 11s, 12s and this year, for the first time in the Under 13 Girls only age group.
If you are new to AFL and would like to find out more, come to our sign-on day on Saturday 4 February from 10am to 12pm or if you’d like to try it out, come on down to one of our training sessions on Friday evenings from February 17. All new players receive a mustangs training footy and there are also some great incentives from the Brisbane Lions for registering before the end of February.
Location: Bellbowrie Sport and Recreation Club, Sugarwood Road, Bellbowrie
Registrations: Re-register or register online via our Join Our Club page at:
Roys Juniors: $50 (Plus $75 Registration if completed Auskick in Previous year)
Contact: Auskick: http://www.aflauskick.com.au/#/centre-finder-panel
Roys Juniors & Juniors: email@example.com
Join MOGGILL FAMILY LIONS Club!Event Date/s: Anytime
Event Times: At your convenience
Address: As advertised
Would you like to join Lions and have:
- FRIENDS, and
- COMMUNITY ACTION?
Join MOGGILL FAMILY LIONS – a branch of Moggill Mt Crosby Lions Club
For parents and children.
Contact Jennifer Creese 0407 701 425
SENSORY STORIES – Upcoming ClassesEvent Date/s: Jan 31, Feb 14, Feb 28, 2017
Event Times: 10am and 12 noon
Address: The Environment Hut, 47 Fleming Rd Chapel Hill
SENSORY STORIES is a vibrant new initiative where children are able to explore their environment as well as their imaginations. Greatly loved childrens’ stories are brought to life using various sensory activities and games.
Like many parents, you also may be wanting to find ways for your children to create lasting memories of playing and growing in the natural world ranter than day by day in front of a screen – SENSORY STORIES gives you the perfect place.
Children will learn about the environmental world around them, develop motor and sensory skills as well as a love of books.
Sessions run for 45mins and have been developed with children under 5 in mind. Upon arrival, the children will gather in a make-believe forest and listen to the story of the day. We then move onto interactive sensory play where children can engage in feeling different natural materials, smell different materials, hear the bush around them and play with water and other fun materials.
- Activities for Under 5s
- Small class sizes to children can easily join in
- Touch, feel and smell natural items
- Engage with children through well-loved books
- Not the usual children’s playtime!
CALL NOW to book 0427 537 964