What's on: Wide Bay
ENGLISH musical group Queen are one of the world's most loved and most iconic rock bands. Their legacy spans decades and generations, and their music brings joy to millions of people in hundreds of countries to this day. Quite simply, the world loves Queen. Killer Queen are the 21st Century standard bearers and keepers of the flame for the memory and spirit of Queen. It's safe to assure that Killer Queen are guaranteed to blow your mind. Book your tickets today, either online or at RSL reception. 18+ Show. Tickets: Member $27; Non-Member $32. Doors Open: 7pm for 8pm at the Hervey Bay RSL, Hervey House 11 Torquay Road, Pialba on November 23.
Phone 07 4197 7444 for more or Courtesy Bus 1300 775 287.
FOOD N GROOVE FRIDAYS
THIS event is set to bring City Park, adjacent to the Fraser Coast Cultural Centre in Pialba alive. Come and celebrate the Fraser Coast's diversity and vibrant lifestyle through food and entertainment under the stars. Don't miss this summer event that was launched in 2018 for locals and holiday-makers alike to enjoy, you can leave your kitchens behind each Friday and let someone else do the cooking for you.
Some stallholders will be offering tasting plates so you can try a variety of international dishes. The event also includes a licensed bar, so adults can enjoy a wine or beer with their dinner under the stars. There will be stalls that will offer a range regional crafts, gifts and homewares. City Park, 166 Old Maryborough Road, Pialba from 4pm-9pm on Friday, December 6 then first for 2020 is Friday, January 3.
Email email@example.com or phone 07 4196 9600 for more.
FRASER COAST POETS
HEAD long on the third Wednesday of the month from 1pm-3pm at the Hervey Bay Library (media room), 161 Old Maryborough Road, Hervey Bay. A place to meet other poets who love to write and share. Learn tips and techniques to make your words come to life. Prompts, brainstorming, discussion, feedback and fun with like-minded writers. No bookings required. All are welcome.
Phone 0401 767 127 or just come along. Look up Facebook Fraser Coast Writers and Poets.
MARKET lovers are spoilt for choice, with markets to visit every Thursday to Sunday.
Bauple Markets on fourth Saturday 7am-12noon, Band Hall, Bauple.
Burrum Heads Markets on second Saturday, Burrum Heads Community Hall, Burrum Heads. Almost 50 stalls offer a variety of arts, crafts, gifts and foods to suit everyone.
Howard Country Markets on first Saturday 7am-12noon, Steley Street, Howard. Fresh produce, local arts and crafts, plants, home made delights and clothing. Breakfast available from 7am.
Koala Markets on second, fourth and fifth Sunday 6am-12noon, Kruger Court, Hervey Bay. Over 250 stalls of trash and treasure, antiques, books, arts and crafts, cakes and jams and local delights.
Marina Twilight Markets on every Friday 2.30pm-7.30pm, Boat Harbour, Urangan, Hervey Bay, Clothing, jewellery, and more.
Maryborough Heritage City Market on Thursdays 8am-1.30pm, Adelaide and Ellena Streets. Every Thursday, Maryborough's city centre transforms into a colourful, outdoor heritage bazaar. Meet a cast of characters in historical dress, including the Town Crier, and hear the firing of the historic time cannon at 1pm. Entertainers, unique wares, original hand-made craft, homemade treats, artwork, jewellery, clothes, natural beauty products and more.
Nikenbah Markets on first and third Sunday 6am-12noon, Nikenbah-Dundowran Road, Hervey Bay. Raising funds for the Hervey Bay Animal Refuge. Arts and crafts, fresh produce, trash and treasure, cakes and jams and much more.
Poona Markets on second Saturday 7am-2pm, Poona Community Hall, Poona.
Tiaro Markets on second Saturday 7am-12noon, Community Hall, Tiaro.
Torquay Beachside Markets on second and fourth Saturday 8am-2pm, Aquavue, Esplanade, Hervey Bay.