The third annual Nambour Together is back with a bang offering a day of excellent family fun and heaps of live entertainment.
Nambour Together is a free event for the whole community, offering a great range of stalls, services and lots of fun everyone can enjoy. With a jam packed program, there is something for every member of the family.
The popular Tent Talks are back offering a chance for the community to discuss in-depth issues relevant to the Nambour and Hinterland communities. There will also be live music from performers such as All Strings Attached, The House of Soul and Lippia and the Outsiders, plus dance performances. For the kids, there are a wide range of activities including a roaming clown, chill zone and hula hoop making workshop.
New additions to the program this year are the skate comp being held at 12noon, plus a basketball clinic. There will be food stalls from local favourites such as Mrs Bean Mobile Coffee, Mr Whippy retro ice-cream van and many more.
See you there!
Introducing a great range of youth-focused groups
Nambour Community Centre’s Thriving Families has introduced a new range of youth-focused activities perfect for those who like art, music, coffee and free wi-fi! For more information on any of the groups, contact Thriving Families on 5476 4933, text 0411 576 564 and keep up-to-date with all events through their Facebook Page (search Thriving Families).
Under the Bell
A relaxed space for young parents to chat, tap into free wi-fi and enjoy a great coffee
Anyone under 25 with kids is invited to come and hang under the bell tent at Nambour Community Centre. This is a great chill and supported play space for parents to come and enjoy a coffee and playtime with their kiddos in a cool cafe-style environment.
When: Every Monday
Where: Nambour Community Centre
The Young Women’s Collective
A creative space where creative women are supported by like-minded women
Thriving Families is proud to introduce a group where young women can get creative stuff done and happening in their lives. Whether it’s art, dance, clay, hair, nails, up-cycling or sewing, you’re more than welcome to bring your creative ideas. The group is designed for high school students and young women in the Nambour community and all participants will be supported by other women. The group will meet once a fortnight where everyone is encouraged to make, create and hang out with young women. Come as you are! This is a free event with a feed provided.
When: Mondays (14, 28 August, 11 September)
Where: Nambour Community Centre
Join the Thriving Fam’s Crew
If kicking back over pizza, music, graffiti and hangs gets you amped and you’re aged between 12 and 18, come join the Thriving Fam’s Crew. We meet in the laneway at Nambour Community Centre (cnr James and Shearer Street, Nambour).
When: Mondays 14 and 28 August and Monday 11 September
Where: Laneway at Nambour Community Centre
Let’s celebrate Refugee Week!
Let’s get together and celebrate Refugee Week with a special screening of Constance on the Edge at Big Screen Cinemas Caloundra on Monday 19 June. Doors open at 5pm for a Buddies Q&A forum followed by the screening from 6.30pm. Everyone is welcome. Grab your tickets here.
The Nambour Together festival is back and everyone is invited to come along and celebrate everything local.
Nambour Together will be held on Sunday 30 July from 11-3pm at Quota Memorial Park, Nambour. The open-air event is all about family, fun and celebrating everything local that we love in Nambour.
Expressions of interest are currently open for stall holders, food vendors, art pop-ups, sports groups and local businesses and services who would like to take part in the family-friendly event.
Anyone who would like to take part can email their interest to email@example.com before 1 July.
Stay tuned to find out more about Nambour Together as more events, artists and entertainment details are announced. Save the date for Sunday 30 July, 11-3pm at Quota Memorial Park, Nambour.
Learn more about mindful parenting at a one-off workshop.
Thriving Families will host a one-off workshop with information and activities about mindfulness. Come along to explore the role of mindfulness in parenting and how to help children practice mindfulness at a special event to be held at the Nambour Community Centre on Saturday 15 July from 9-1pm with special guest Venerable Drolkar. Ordained in 2011, Venerable Drolkar has a degree in Applied Ethics, is a graduate of Discovering Buddhism, a current student of FPMT’s advanced study program and a Buddhist Chaplain.
Venerable Drolkar is a grandmother of two and loves to laugh. Students value the warmth, humour and ease that Venerable Drolkar brings to her presentations. This is a free event. To RSVP, please phone Carey Shaw at Thriving Families on 5476 4933.