EVENTS:Check out what to do this weekend on the Fraser Coast

SATURDAY

Urban Farm And Pier Up-Market
When: Saturday, 7am-1pm.
Where: Pier Park, Urangan.
What: Stock up on your fresh fruit and vegetables at the newly opened Urban Farm, which now runs every Saturday.
Pier Park in Urangan comes alive with what is now recognised as one of the premium craft markets in the Wide Bay, Pier Park Up-Market, You can browse over 100 stalls of genuine quality products, sit back and enjoy freshly cooked food while listening to professional musicians, then take home some fresh local or organic vegies from our regular providers.
Cost: Free.

Junior Halloween Disco
When: Saturday, October 31, 6pm to 8pm.
Where: Hervey Bay PCYC, O'Rourke St, Pialba.
What: A fun and spooktacular night will be held for Grade Three to Six students at the PCYC. Get dressed in your scariest costume. Price includes hot dog and popper.
Cost: $6

Find The Power Within workshop
When: Saturday, October 31.
Where: 15 Nautilus Crt, Dundowran Beach.
What: This course is for anybody who wants to learn how to create a sense of calm and peace in their life, as well as being able to find the potency within themselves when required.

Join us and learn how to relax and commune in stillness and harmony with your own mind. Then we will expand on that to bring in self-confidence and empowerment for use in social situations, the workplace and anywhere else where it is needed. This course will include a component of theory but will be largely experiential. Find us on Facebook at Spiritual Development Online and email Michelle and Julie-Ann on mjjtransformations@gmail. com
Cost: The course fee of $65 includes one MP3 audio and afternoon tea.

Hallowscream - Burlesque at the Bayswater; live music with Kryptonite.
When: 7pm until late.
Where: Bayswater
Cost: Free before 10pm, $10 after.

Batty Ball at Urangan - (L) Korbyn O'May,7, Lisa Smith,12, Shakira O'May,12, and Bailee O'May,9, ready for trick or treating.
Batty Ball at Urangan - (L) Korbyn O'May,7, Lisa Smith,12, Shakira O'May,12, and Bailee O'May,9, ready for trick or treating. Alistair Brightman

SUNDAY

Nikenbah Markets
When: Sunday, 6am-noon.
Where: Hervey Bay Animal Refuge, Hervey Bay-Maryborough Rd, Nikenbah.
What: You can find various items at these fantastic markets, such as arts and crafts, trash and treasure, cakes, jams, and many other local delights.
Cost: Free

Sunday At Scarness
When: Sunday, from 11am.
Where: Scarness Stage.
What: Hervey Bay Arts Council proudly presents Sunday in the Park on the first Sunday of each month at Scarness Park, from 11am for food and noon for music, with arts and craft stallholders, music by fantastic bands and a sausage sizzle by various community organisations. Not-for -profit groups can register to hold a barbecue fundraiser to assist their group by phoning Karen on 4197 4660 at Bay Connect weekdays, 9am to 3pm.
Cost: Free.

Sunday Riverside
When: Sunday from 3pm.
Where: Brolga Theatre, Maryborough.
What: Enjoy a program of free live entertainment showcasing local and visiting artists on the Riverstage. Settle in with a table under the River Terrace, or bring a rug for a picnic on the lawn. Food stalls including wood-fired pizzas and bar service. Children can enjoy giant lawn games and activities run by the Friends of the Brolga. In wet weather, the event goes ahead using their cosy indoor space in the restaurant and foyer.
Cost: Free

Two Tone
Where: Beach House Hotel
When: From 2pm

Matt Barker
Where: Bayswater Hotel
When: From 3pm.
 



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