The traditional Kingaroy Christmas Carnival isn’t going ahead this year but the committee has organised a COVIDsafe alternative – and yes, Santa will be dropping in.
South Burnett Regional Council’s free “Farmers Night Out” dinners are happening around the region from this Friday.
This weekend is going to be huge in the little town of Linville with the inaugural Heritage Festival kicking off on Friday night.
There’s a bunch of talented South Burnett artists who aren’t afraid to do a bit of “showing off” when it comes to their creative skills.
Battling the pandemic and its associated restrictions has been a challenge for the Wondai Regional Art Gallery for most of this year … but last Friday night things (almost) returned to normal.
The COVID-19 pandemic has definitely made things tough for South Burnett Relay For Life’s fundraising efforts this year.
A fundraising event is being held on the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail on November 29 as part of a project to create eye-catching murals on a concrete underpass near Colinton.
Local singer Dean Perrett – whose latest single “Six Decks To Darwin” has been making a big impression on country music charts this year – will be one of the guest entertainers at a special event to be held at the Bjelke-Petersen property ‘Bethany’ later this month.
Students from three South Burnett schools will be performing their own compositions as the “warm-up” act for Topology’s upcoming Wondai concert.
Nanango’s Little Drayton Street Halloween celebrations will be on again this Saturday night (October 31) … but in a slightly reduced format.
The Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry will be hosting a special business breakfast on Thursday, November 5, at Kingaroy Town Hall.
Thirty-nine events – with racing in five categories – will kick off the 2020-21 Kingaroy Speedway season at the showgrounds track on Saturday night.
ARIA-nominated quintet Topology will be performing in Wondai next month as part of regional tour to promote their 16th album, “We will Rise”.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have prevented this year’s Bush Balladeer Muster and Scots In The Bush Festival from going ahead … but Boondooma Homestead is coming back to life with something new instead.
Audience numbers are limited to just 24 for each session of Nanango Theatre Company’s upcoming short season of romantic comedies – so you’d better book your tickets straight away!
COVID-19 forced a macrame-themed Relay For Life fundraiser to be cancelled earlier this year, but the organisers haven’t given up!
The historic Butter Factory engine will be fired up at the South Burnett Energy Centre in Nanango on Saturday morning … the first time it has been run since June last year.
COVID-19 can’t stop the Kingaroy Aero Modellers Society members from holding their annual fly-in October, but this year the fun event will also have a more serious side.
Australian long-distance running legend Ron Grant will be the official ambassador for a new running festival which will debut in the South Burnett on April 3 next year.