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The Townsville STEM Hub brings together a celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths in our North Queensland community. Bring the family to learn & celebrate all STEM has to offer with special guest Dr Graham Walker!
Time: 9 AM-3:30 PM, September 14
Location: City Library in Thuringowa
Contact: 07 4773 8811
Council invites all members of the community to come and help celebrate the opening of the upgraded Heatley Park. This fun event will include face painting, a sausage sizzle, fire twirling, a visit from the North Queensland Cowboys, and more! Come enjoy this council sponsored event!
Time: 5 PM-8 PM, September 14
Location: Heatley Park Cnr Fulham Road & Mill Dirve, Heatley
The Townsville Castle Hill Lions Club is hosting a Drovers Dinner held at their Den! There will be good food and company to enjoy during the night. Not to mention the live country music and even a raffle at the end of the night. Make sure to come and help raise funds for this important club in Townsville.
Time: 6:30 PM-7 PM, September 14
Location: 38 Fleming Street, Aitkenvale
Contact: Jenny at 0415322117
Cost: $28 per head
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Following from the fun, frivolity, and spirited competition of the inaugural event in 2018, we will once again see an awesome course set around the scenic Burdekin River. An exciting paddle course, that may include some small rapids, will set the event in motion and lead participants towards a relatively straight forward (not technical) mountain bike leg. The race will culminate with a short run that winds its way alongside the Burdekin River and through some of the more memorable bankside sights before returning to the finish line. This is a great event for first-time participants. There are two distances to choose from, the Taste/Junior and an Enduro distance. If you are moderately fit or regularly compete in any sport, you should be capable of finishing the Enduro event even if some of the disciplines are new to you. Just be brave enough to get out there, have fun, and enjoy the location and atmosphere among fellow competitors and spectators. Perhaps form a family, or a workplace, team and start practicing then challenge others to try and beat you. But remember no sheep stations on the line, all just for good fun.
Time: September 22, 2019
Location: Burdekin River, Charters Tower
Contact: Register at the website
Cost: Free (if equipment needs to be rented there will be a fee)
Come and join in traditional Iraqi children’s games and learn a few basic Arabic words. Take the opportunity to learn about culture and the language of the Iraqi people. Bring the family and enjoy this fun event.
Time: 10 AM-11 AM, September 24
Location: City Library 4 Petunia ST Aitkenvale
Contact: (07) 4727 8310