Hivesville Country Markets are planning a special promotion on Sunday to help mark Australia Day.
Kumbia’s recent International Day was a combination of Christmas craft in the morning followed by lunch and a speaker.
Thirty-one Girl Guides, eight leaders and six guests enjoyed a Girl Guides camp at Boondooma Homestead over the weekend.
The Kingaroy Writers Association held a workshop on Tuesday, November 19.
Students from St John’s Lutheran School walked to the top of Mt Wooroolin last week as part of an Adventure Journey towards their Bridge Award.
This year’s organising committee of the Kingaroy Christmas Carols will break tradition and NOT be asking businesses for sponsorship and donations.
On Sunday the Kingaroy Clay Target Club held a 100 Target Double Barrel Day, sponsored by Kingaroy Mower Centre.
The Kingaroy Writers Association held a workshop on Tuesday, November 5. We had 13 members present.
The Boondooma Dam Fish Stocking Association will be expanding their popular Yellowbelly fishing competition in 2014.
A bumper field of 97 contestants turned out at the Kingaroy Golf Course recently to take part in the Tarong Power Stations Annual Charity Open Golf Day.
The Coverty Rural Fire Brigade recently held its annual Trivia Night fundraiser at the Proston Hall.
Hivesville Country Market celebrated their 4th birthday last Sunday with a very successful market.
People of all ages and walks of life gathered at the Proston Library recently for the inaugural “Laughter Yoga” session presented by Laughter Yoga teacher and tutor Roslyn Melmeth
Art comes in many shapes and sizes … and children at Kingaroy’s South Burnett Child Care Centre recently got to see one of the South Burnett’s own special art forms come to life right in the Centre’s grounds.
Earlier this year the Nanango & District camera club were fotunate enough to obtain a community grant from the Heritage Nanango Community Bank, which allowed the club to buy a much-needed computer.
Students from St John’s Lutheran School have been congratulated by staff and parents for their great efforts
It almost seemed there was nothing Yarraman could not beat at the Toowoomba Business Awards
The Kingaroy Writers Association held a workshop on Tuesday, October 15.
The Nanango Theatre Company is getting their cowboy and indian on for their next production.
When Boonara Creek flooded in January, it entered the Tansey Bowls clubhouse for the first time since 1955-56.