Weekend Activity Ideas – Sunshine Coast 31/07/20

Are you looking for something fun to do this weekend? Check out what's happening around the Sunshine Coast this weekend.

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SUNSHINE COAST - King of the Wings visit

When/Where: Friday 31st July – From 12-7:30pm – Sunshine Brewery, 28 Fishermans Road

Description: After popular demand… We’re coming back this FRIDAY JULY 31 Just for you!! 

Get your friends and family together for a day of WINGS & BEERS…. 12:00pm to 7:30pm 

Marcoola Night Markets

When/Where: Friday 31st July – From 4-8pm – 10 Lorraine Av Marcoola.

Description: Takeaway stalls this Friday evening: Turkish, Dumplings, Donuts, Latin Street Food, Seafood, Japanese, German Sausage, Burgers, Mexican, Belly n Balls and French Crepes, Try their new Vegan sweet and savory Crepes.

Strong Social Distancing Requirement will be in place, to keep everyone safe. So Please No Standing, once you have received your purchase could you move out of the market area. .

It is takeaway only.

Eumundi Drive-in: MAD MAX 2 + MAD MAX : FURY ROAD

When/Where: Saturday 1st August – From 5pm – Eumundi Showgrounds, Black Stump Rd

Description: Starry Nights Outdoor Movies has partnered with The Imperial Hotel Eumundi and come up with a physical distancing solution with drive-ins at the Eumundi Showgrounds!

Saturday 1 August sees a double feature screening of MAD MAX 2 + FURY ROAD
Gates will open at 5pm, with the film screening at 6pm(ish).
Cost: $30 per car, with tickets sold in advance to ensure a contactless entry.
To guarantee a spot on the night, pre-book your tickets at www.ticketebo.com.au/starrynights
Venue: Eumundi Showgrounds, Black Stump Rd
– off Memorial Drive, Eumundi. Near northern Eumundi entrance to Bruce Hwy.
Car numbers will be limited – with vehicles to be spaced at least two metres apart to ensure appropriate physical distancing.
Sound is transmitted via FM to car radios.
We won’t be offering meals on site (just a candy bar and popcorn), so we’re encouraging guests to bring a ‘car picnic’ or pre-order from The Imperial Hotel Eumundi (Ph: 5442 8811), Sala Thai (Ph: 5442 8804) or Il Mio Posto (Ph: 5442 7026) and then pick it up on your way to the drive-in.
Social distancing should be observed at all times, with guests asked to remain in or near their cars unless absolutely necessary. Bathrooms on site will be monitored, and regularly cleaned and sanitised. Guests are also asked to take home what they bring as there will be no rubbish bins on site.

First Nations Artwork Exhibition

When/Where: Saturday 1st August & Sunday 2nd August – From 10am – 2pm – Caloundra Regional Gallery

Description: Drawn from the Sunshine Coast Art Collection, the exhibition works tell the stories of Country, both connection to, and the removal from, and reflect the past and present of the oldest continuing culture in the world.

It’s the first time in the Gallery’s 20 year history that the complete holdings of First Nations Peoples artworks from the Sunshine Coast Art Collection will be on display together.
The exhibition will display three works by the first ever Sunshine Coast Art Prize winner Shane Pickett. These works are depictions of his Country in Western Australia, the Glass House Mountains and a sunset during a hail storm, inspired by the first time he ever saw hail, which was painted during a residency here on the Sunshine Coast.
The First Nations Artworks exhibition presents a well-rounded selection of contemporary new media works and traditional paintings that are a celebration, plus collaborative pieces of community working together.
Several works were acquired through Sunshine Coast Council’s Reconciliation Action Plan and through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program.
The Sunshine Coast Art Collection has become a significant community asset and it’s a special moment to be able to share these works with the community in one exhibition that celebrates and represents expressions of First Nations culture through art.

Cotton Tree Markets

When/Where: Sunday 2nd August – From 7am – 12pm – Kings Street, Cotton Tree 

Description: We are back! Cotton Tree Market will be on this Sunday from 7AM – 12PM, so be sure to grab your mates and come check out all of your fave stalls and discover new ones too. Enjoy a yummy breakfast or lunch, enjoy the local market goodness supporting Sunshine Coast designers every week and be a part of this awesome community event.

Find clothing, jewellery, gifts, books, plants, home-wares and many other surprises all set in amongst the gorgeous Cotton Tree shopping village precinct and yes, that means endless coffee options and treats with the beach nearby!
By coming along to our Sunday morning Market, you are assisting Bloomhill Cancer Care help others! Cotton Tree Market is a not-for-profit event that raises much needed funds through stallholder fees that directly supports the amazing work of Bloomhill, who are there every day of the year for Sunshine Coast people living with cancer and their families.
See you there on SUNDAY!

Acoustic Sunday’s

When/Where: Sunday 2nd Augsut – From 3-6pm – The Rooftop Bar Sunshine Coast

Description: Great news… Acoustic Sunday’s are back, Sunday 2nd of August we will be having live music back in the venue and we can’t wait… We will be kicking off with Liam, a crowd favourite, come show your support. Bookings essential limited space please call or text Rob on 0434 084 150

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