- Wednesday 07 October 2015
The JPs in the Community program, supported by the Department of Justice and Attorney General, is staffed by experienced volunteers Monday to Friday between 10am and 12.30pm. This is just one of many services offered to our community through Sunshine Coast Libraries.
Celebrate Beerwah Street Party
You can feel the excitement building as we count down to Beerwah’s annual family-friendly Street party. Celebrating all that is great about Beerwah and the surrounding Hinterland communities, I hope you can join the fun on Simpson Street on Friday 16 October from 4pm to 9pm. Supporting locally grown produce, local artists, artisans and creators there will be an abundance of good food and entertainment as well as range of market stalls showcasing the best of our local community. For further details be sure to follow ‘BeerwahCelebration’ on Facebook.
Mobile library expansion
Council’s mobile library service has expanded with an extra vehicle adding ‘volume’. Our mobile libraries are a fantastic service that broadens the reach of our traditional libraries inl delivering the magic of books, innovation and technology to more communities. Membership is free for local residents and visitors. Learn more about the many services, events and activities available through our libraries from Council’s website or drop in when the mobile library next stops in your area..
Mobile Library locations in Division 1 include:
Bellvista Lomond Crescent Tuesdays - 2.30pm to 5pm
Beerburrum State School Wednesdays - 9am to 10.30am
Glass House Coonowrin Road Thursdays - 11.30am to 1pm
Peachester Near Community Hall Fridays - 9am to 10.30am
Little Mountain Mark Road Fridays – 2.30pm to 4.30pm
Marquee for community group use
A new Sunshine Coast Council branded 3m x 6m marquee is available for use by local community organisations free of charge. This should be most helpful for our local community groups and I encourage you to contact my office on 5420 8987 for further details and bookings. Some terms and conditions apply.
First appeared in Glasshouse Country News 7 October 201