Wynnum Manly Seagulls Games
Every year, BayFM is proud to broadcast live from local club Wynnum Manly Seagulls away games, giving all local fans a chance to keep up-to-date on each game with full commentary. Listed below are the dates, times, and venue of upcoming away games in 2012.
Be sure to tune in to BayFM 100.3, and cheer along with your local team, the Wynnum Manly Seagulls in 2012.
Pinklands Got TalentThe Redlands will come alive with some fresh new Talent at Pinklands Got Talent. There will be 3 Heats starting on Thursday 29 March with BayFM personalities judging and Kay Howick from "Good Timez Rock and Roll" hosting the first of the Heats. For more information contact Troy Morton 0417 073 174, email email@example.com or www.redlandsleagues.com.au
Historic Ormiston House
Preserving the history and beauty of Ormiston House
Heritage listed Ormiston House, with its spacious grounds, is one of the finest examples of colonial architecture in Queensland, and is recognized as the birthplace of the Australian sugar industry.
Organize a picnic, enjoy a Devonshire tea, or stroll through the house which is a treasure trove of early Australian history. A leisurely walk through the magnificent gardens with heritage trees and shrubs, many of which have been in place since the 1880's, will delight visitors.
Ormiston House is open to the public on Sundays between midday and 4pm from March until October. Entry is $5 for adults, and $1 for children.
Calendar of Special Events for 2012:
Highland Celtic Celebration - April 22
Mothers Day - 13 MayEdwardian Tea Party - 23 MayPorsche Concours D'Elegance - 27 MayVintage Car Club - 24 JuneFerrari Day - 15 JulyRolls Royce Concours D'Elegance -22 JulyEdwardian Tea Party - 25 June
For information on weekday, club, coach and school tour bookings, please call 3286 1425, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Working towards a cancer-free future:
One in two Queenslanders will be affected by cancer by the age of 85. Cancer can affect any one of us at any time. You may not have the expertise to find cures for the many different forms of cancer, but you do have the capacity to do your bit by raising vital funds.
The Cancer Council Helpline is available 8am - 6pm Mon-Fri, call 13 11 20. They can answer your questions about cancer treatment and explain what you need to know.
The Cage Youth Foundation
Creating a new normal:
The Cage Youth Space is a place and space for the community to embrace contemporary youth cultures through high-quality services and programs that aim to enhance the potential of young people.
The Cage Team also provides community events, activities and outreach programmes such as the Cage Mini Day Out and High School and
To find out more about the Cage Youth Foundation, visit their website at www.thecage.info.
Meals on Wheels
Help Your Community:
Meals on Wheels is a community service organization conducted mainly by volunteers… delivering well-balanced hot and nutritious meals, Monday – Friday… to anyone, young or old, who is incapacitated or unable to prepare a meal .
Did you know that:
- Families are able to recommend other family members to receive Meals on Wheels
- There is no means test
- Clients can nominate the number of meal deliveries they require each week
- The menu is planned in association with a Dietician
- A 3-course meal costs just $7
- Alternatively salads, sandwiches and fresh fruit are available
- Special dietary needs can be catered for.
Volunteers are always required and work from as little as 4 hours a month, or as often as they have time available. Opportunities exist in the kitchen and for delivering meals, either driving your car or assisting.
For more information contact Cleveland Meals on Wheels office from 8am – 1pm daily on 3286 2626.
Help with Dementia
A Spiritus and Griffith University joint program called Shared Care, is an early intervention partnership model of community dementia care. Participation in this program enables the person with memory loss/dementia to actively participate in partnership with their care-giver in managing their disease and developing long term care plans.
The Shared Care project commenced in late 2009 and will be conducted across four regions: Brisbane North, Brisbane South, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast and will end in December 2011. If you know of someone with early stage dementia, or a carer, who may be interested in being part of the study to reduce future stress by encouraging positive communications between all concerned, contact Spiritus on 3421 2832.
IndigiScapes, Capalaba 4th Sunday each month 3pm
Sounds Original is an exciting new music organisation supporting original song-writers to perform their own music.Future Sounds Original sessions will be held at IndigiScapes every 4th Sunday of the month at 3pm. All ages, all genres of music are very welcome to showcase their talents, with performers asked to register before the event by phoning Aislinn on 0428 19 19 86 or visit www.myspace.com/soundsoriginal. Be in the audience to hear original music performed by our very own local artists. Admission is Free, families are most welcome.
Speak out with Confidence
Forum Communicators is an Australian public speaking organization with clubs in many parts of Queensland with meetings especially designed to provide opportunities to build public speaking skills.
With meetings twice a month, you'll progress and build your proficiency one step at a time. Before you know it, you'll find that inner confidence to take you where you want to be. There's daytime clubs at Cleveland and Carindale, and night time Forum clubs at Manly and Springwood. Regular speaking activities and public speaking courses to help you become a confident speaker.
Other club details on the website http://www.forumcommunicators.asn.au/ or phone 3206 0757 or 0408 550 435.
Are looking for a speaker for your community group?
Free interactive and engaging sessions are delivered by trained volunteers to groups of seniors aged 50 and over.
Peer Education sessions include the topic of "beyond maturity blues" which helps foster good mental wellbeing and increases knowledge about depression and how to prevent it.
Quality use of medicines covers the safe and wise choice of medicines, and demystifies the differences between generic and brand name medicines. And the Living Well information, gives tips on how to become more active and make appropriate lifestyle changes when managing chronic conditions.
To book a free speaker for your community group, contact Council on the Ageing Queensland on 3316 2999.
Vision In Voices
Where music comes from the heart!
Come along and join the
Vision In Voice singers, where music comes from the heart!
Free to all participants, Vision In Voices sings unaccompanied harmonies, rounds and music from around the world. Open to all, it is a welcoming, safe environment, where songs are taught by listening rather than reading music, and no experience is necessary!
This is a great chance for all singers to find like-minded people, and for those without sight to engage in a fun, friendly musical hobby!
Rehearsals are held at Capalaba on Thursday mornings. For more information, contact Jane Becktel on 3122 1035, or have a look at the website at www.visioninvoice.com.
Would you recognize your heart attack?
Over half of all heart attack deaths occur before the individual reaches the hospital.
Know the warning signs. They vary from person to person, and may include pain, pressure, heaviness or tightness in one or more parts of the upper body.
Warning signs may also include nausea and shortness of breath.
Too many people lose their lives because they take too long to call an ambulance.
With heart attacks, every minute counts. Stop, act, and call 000.
Visit www.heartattackfacts.org.au and learn the warning signs - it might save your life, or the life of a loved one.
Local communties Australia-wide are invited to nominate inspirational and excellent teachers for the 2011 National Excellence in Teaching Awards.
With this year's theme of "Teaching Counts", these awards are a great way to acknowledging the important work of teachers within the community.
For more information, or to nominate a teacher, visit www.neita.com.au.