Things to do on the Fraser Coast over the weekend
When: Every Friday from 2.30 to 7.30pm.
Where: Hervey Bay Marina, Buccaneer Dr, Urangan.
What: Enjoy stalls selling crafts and children's wear. Clairvoyant hand readings also available.
Cost: Free to browse.
CAR MEET AND GREET
When: Friday, 6pm.
Where: United Service Station, Eli Waters.
What: Go along and check out a display of local cars from hot rods to motorbikes and in between. Just go for a look or put your pride and joy on show.
Have a chat to like-minded people. Everyone is invited to join in a cruise down the Esplanade at the conclusion of the event.
There is a food van and refreshments available.
AQUATIC CENTRE INFLATABLE DAYS
When: Friday April 1 and April 4, 6 and 8, 11.30am to 2.30pm.
Where: Hervey Bay Aquatic Centre, Boundary Rd, Torquay.
What: Hervey Bay Aquatic Centre Inflatable Days will be back again these school holidays. Only $2 extra on top of your pool entry. Each child must conduct a swimming assessment before being allowed on the inflatables.
Cost: Normal entry is $5 adults, $3.70 children over three, $3.70 concession and $16.70 family.
When: Friday until April 30, between 10am and 4pm.
Where: Hervey Bay Library, 161 Old Maryborough Rd, Pialba.
What: Kids aged four and over can get busy with more than 30,000 pieces of Lego to make Canberra inspired buildings.
MASQUERADE COCKTAIL PARTY
When: Today, from 6.30pm.
Where: Hervey Bay Community Centre, 22 Charles St, Pialba.
What: Enjoy champagne on arrival and finger foods throughout the evening. The dress code is black, white and red attire with masks. All money is going to support the Comfort Kitchen, which is held at the community centre every Wednesday night.
Cost: $20 ticket.
SKATES AND PIZZA
When: Friday, April 1 from 8am.
Where: Rock Off Indoor Park, 184 Boat Harbour Drive, Pialba.
What: Enjoy pizza and pancakes in between perfecting ramp moves in 12 hours of fun up until 8pm.
Cost: $35 entry.
MAKE A TEDDY
When: Friday and Saturday, 9.00am to 4pm.
Where: Pialba Place Shopping Centre.
What: Make your own stuffler teddy bear. There will also be all kinds of new friends including cats, dogs, dragons, monsters, jungle animals and more.
Cost: $7 for the first 200 bears made.
When: Saturday, 7am.
Where: Take the kids for a breath of fresh air to Lions Park, The Esplanade in Urangan and Ululah Lagoon in Anzac Park, Cheapside St, Maryborough.
What: It is a 5km run. It's you and your kids against the clock.
When: Saturday, 8.30am to 12.30pm.
Where: Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre, 22 Charles Street, Pialba.
What: Have your risk of diabetes assessed, blood pressure read and learn how to make six different types of breakfast. The kids can enjoy a jumping castle, martial arts presentations and other fun activities. Information stalls will be manned by dieticians, physiotherapists and other health professionals.
Cost: Free entry.
PIER PARK MARKETS
When: Saturday, 7am to 1pm.
Where: Pier Park, Urangan.
What: The former Pier Up-Markets are now the Pier Park Community Markets. They are open each Saturday in the same location.
When: Saturday, 2pm.
Where: St Paul's Anglican Church, corner Lennox and Ellena Sts, Maryborough.
What: Talented musician Attilla Sautov will wow an audience with solo music performed on his Stradivarius model violin from Cremona. Visit http://www.attillasautov.com.
Cost: Tickets are $30 adult, concessions and students $25, children under 17 years are $10. Free for kids under 12 years.
ANZAC GALA DINNER
When: Saturday, from 5.30pm. Ticket sales close Friday noon.
Where: Hervey Bay RSL, 11 Torquay Rd, Pialba.
What: Guests will enjoy speeches by former sporting great Wally Lewis and the national RSL president Rear Admiral Ken Doolan OA, RAN.
Cost: Tickets are $95 and tables of 10 $900. Includes a three course dinner and drinks package.
When: Sunday, 6am.
Where: Hervey Bay Animal Refuge.
What: Items for sale at these popular markets include arts and crafts, fresh produce, trash and treasure, cakes, jams and much more.
Cost: Free entry.
SUNDAY AT SCARNESS
When: Sunday, from 11am.
Where: Scarness Park.
What: Enjoy live music and a sausage sizzle, with stalls selling arts and crafts.
Cost: Free entry.
When: Sunday, 3pm.
Where: Brolga Theatre and Convention Centre, on the River Stage, 5 Walker St, Maryborough.
What: Three heat winners from the Unplugged competition will perform their acoustic songs. Lawn games including chess and Connect 4 will keep the kids entertained.