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From the editor

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RTS PREDOMINATE as we welcome spring in the September edition. We are proud to sponsor Kenilworth ArtsFest and look forward to Arts Connect Inc's Sculpture on the Edge and two Open Studio weekends.

Heatley, the boys and I were away for a couple of weeks annual leave, chilly down south but I managed to inhale three books whilst they hit Hotham's slopes. Our road trip down and back reminded me of our trip round Oz a few years back. Ahh! We loved visiting Marlo and Cape Conran National Park, the Australian Mint and the Snowy Hydro Discovery Centre. Somehow we also managed to join the PM's cavalcade after a visit to the new Canberra Arboretum! Sort of - well, the police held traffic for us too.

inside this month celebrating inigo Jones

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Ladies who knit for ‘Fish and chip babies’

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what to expect when tackling the Mountain view challenge

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65 years for Maleny garden club

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Postcards from a Over 50’s community school holiday fun

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a bunya tree is saved

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lyrebird, a gummy shark and so many adorable wombats, like grazing, hairy Engels.

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I snuck out of bed before everyone woke and took my cup of tea, for a sunrise all to myself. Winter clearly left us the day we returned back to my desk - and such a contrast to being snowed in. There was much to include in the September edition - Festival of Community Halls, the Paws of Thunder, the Lions Welcome Dinner, more fundraisers - and we've even given parents, carers and grandparents some fun ideas for the school holidays.

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HE MAPLETON Men's Shed has opened a free drop-in centre on September 4 for local men. Running weekdays from 9.30am til noon at Mapleton's newly renovated Forestry Barracks, the centre offers a range of activities, from computing facilities, board games, television, newspapers and books. Men’s Shed member, Frans Staats, has been involved from the beginning, and shares some of his experience. "Our goal was to have a space where men could socialise, pursue their interests or just get away from it all, without the need for memberships. I take it on me to supervise the drop-in centre five days a week… “I was picked because I get on with people, I make

them feel comfortable, “ he grins. “I had a hotel background in Asia, and now I am chef of the luncheons, every month. We get about 40-50 people.” Frans says that despite the ‘shed’ name, the men are “not all woodworkers or metalworkers, they’re just men who come to socialise. Every older man has a story to tell and they do tell them!” Frans is happy with the way things are progressing. “They built a new kitchen for me in the barracks. Where the three bedrooms were, the kitchen is now, with hot and cold running water. “The workshop is out the back with wood, metal and any other workshop material they want. And we do things for the Mapleton Library, putting bookcases on

castors and things like that. "We also provide tea, coffee and biscuits, in the old pantry, for a gold coin donation, along with some good old conversation." This great initiative is one of many ways the Mapleton Men's Shed has served the community and with such a dedicated group, any visitors to the centre will be in good company. “We just hope the older guys will come out and drop in - you don’t have to be a member just come and say hello…” says Frans. For more information call Frans at 5478 6975 or drop by during opening hours at 52 Delicia Road, Old Forestry Barracks, Mapleton.

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e Life and Works of:

Inigo Jones

a local legend

it was weather recorder and historian, Mal somerville who first alerted me to inigo Jones. when i saw that Peachester Hall was showcasing their famous local's amazing body of work, i knew that dale Jacobsen, Ht's resident history and science buff, would love to attend and tell us all about it…

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S WITH SO MANy of my generation who grew up in Queensland, Inigo Jones was a household name. My father, from a farming background, was very familiar with the weatherman’s long-range predictions. But while the agricultural sector and the Queensland Government acknowledged the weather guru’s contributions, the Commonwealth Bureau of Meteorology fobbed off any approach made by Jones. In 1928, the Queensland Government appointed him as director of the Bureau of Seasonal Forecasting of the Council of Agriculture, and the Inigo Jones Seasonal Weather Forecasting Trust was formed with government and industry contributions. The Lord Mayor of Brisbane was appointed chairman. Jones lobbied the Met Bureau to take his work seriously, but for many years was treated with disdain, which troubled the Commonwealth Government whose agricultural sector championed his cause. Commonwealth reviews held in the 1940s concluded that there wasn’t enough scientific evidence in his method or accuracy in his forecasts for the government to back him. Meanwhile, Australian farmers continued to use his predictions along with local knowledge. In answer to his critics, Jones said it would take another 300 years of data to prove his theory. Such is the timeline of his long-range weather forecasting, that takes into account cycles linking sunspot activity with planetary movements.

The Peachester Hall Committee chose the life and work of this man as their contribution to the Festival of Community Halls Program, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the naming of the Sunshine Coast. As their guest, I attended a screening of Deluge (a docudrama about the 1893 flood) supported by an impressive display of Inigo Jones’ memorabilia, most of which has been donated to the Peachester History Committee by the Jones family.

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Inigo was, of course, a local boy. His father took up land at Peachester in 1892, naming the property Crohamhurst – a name that is now famous for the observatory, officially opened on August 13, 1935, that became the centre of Inigo’s lifetime of research. His fascination with meteorology had led him to seek a cadetship with the Queensland Meteorological Bureau under his mentor, Clement Wragge – an advocate of longrange forecasting. On February 2, 1893, a year after the Jones family moved to Peachester, Inigo recorded a whopping 907 mm of rain in 24 hours. The record stands today. In its heyday, the Crohamhurst Observatory, set on 200 acres, contained a large computing room and laboratory, deep-earth temperature pits taking readings to a depth of over 10 metres, a Stevenson screen housing instruments and three telescopes for solar observations. During his later years, Inigo thought seriously about the future of the property and his life’s work. In the mid 1940s he offered the land, excluding the portion containing the observatory, to the Department of Forestry to expand his experimental hoop pine plot, then leased their property back from the department. This land is now Crohamhurst Forest. He then placed an advertisement in the paper

for an assistant; and so Lennox Walker came to Crohamhurst, continuing Inigo’s work after his death in 1954. Inigo would have felt vindicated when, in 2008, his observatory was listed in the State Heritage Register as an “education, research, and scientific facility … demonstrating the importance of long-range weather forecasting to the rural communities of Australia”. These days, Lennox’s son, Hayden Walker, continues the work that began with Clement Wragge in the 19th century from Walkers Weather in Bundaberg. Inigo Jones wasn’t only a weather forecaster, he also had a passion for art, and over the years faithfully reproduced five Constable oil paintings. During demolition of the farmhouse and library building, four disappeared, but the remaining one has been hanging over the doorway of the Peachester Hall since the 1950s. With assistance from the Regional Collection Care Program (funded by the Cultural Heritage Levy) the painting was restored by Mapleton’s Richard McDonald of RSM Art Conservation. Councillor Rick Baberowski attended the celebrations to launch its re-hanging in the hall. Two of Inigo’s grandchildren also attended celebrations at the Peachester Hall. Naomi Love added an original large brown teapot to the Jones’ collection and her brother, Dmitri Koroloff, related anecdotes demonstrating Inigo’s sense of humour. “He was a bit of a wag,” explained Dmitri. “One time, during a very dry winter, he predicted it would rain in August. People were sceptical, finally asking him to name the day. He did, and it rained. “As he walked along Queen Street with his umbrella unopened, someone from the Telegraph asked why he didn’t open it to keep rain off. He replied, ‘It’s my rain and I’ll walk in it’.”

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Hats off

to Carrie

caren stevenson is a woman of courage and hope, showing the power of pursuing a creative vision in spite of difficult and traumatic hurdles along the way. she has made a name for herself in the millinery industry in a few short years, a reward that Ht writer, gay Liddington, feels is extremely well-deserved.

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PONDERED OVER writing this story and how I might do justice to the life of a woman who has experienced a great deal of injustice yet prevailed. Caren (Carrie) Stevenson presents as a montage of terrors and triumphs, couture and catwalks. New Zealand born Carrie was bullied at school, subjected to domestic violence in her adult years, is a survivor, activist and protector of children. Carrie’s parents worked in the fashion industry. Her father a drafter, cutter and pattern maker and mother a seamstress. Her interest in sewing began around the age of seven when Caren’s mother presented her with a toy metal sewing machine. The child made dolls clothes and by the time she was 12 created her own outfits using the likes of Simplicity and Vogue patterns. As a teenager, Carrie watched films that stimulated her interest in fashion. “I adored movies starring Audrey Hepburn and loved anything Mary Quant. It was iconic fashion but also the make-up, hair and the 60s shift dresses got me.

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“Even though I told Mum and Dad I wanted to follow their footsteps in the fashion industry they were adamant saying there would be no jobs. They said I had to be a secretary.” Carrie’s secretarial career gained her positions at the university, Press News and the Labour Court. Her shorthand skills were in high demand. However, a career lacking in creativity caused the young woman to be easily bored, a disposition that led her to Australia in 1986. After a time, Carrie became pregnant. She returned to New Zealand and began life as a sole parent. “Then I married and found myself in a domestic violence situation. He nearly strangled me to death. I shut my eyes and said, please God don’t let me die today. Eventually he was arrested and jailed for other offences so I made my escape.” Carrie’s next relationship took her to Western Australia. While pregnant with her fifth child she again found herself in an unsafe situation. The young mother fled. The family of six settled in Toowoomba, was allocated a housing commission house and stayed for seven years. Feeling stagnant and stuck Carrie decided it was time to


Opposite page: Feathers, frippery and flair – Caren wears her winged headpiece right: Caren stevenson with her girls – a new life in toowoomba 2002. rachele holding baby mya. Front: Catriona on mum’s lap, Olivia and sheree Image supplied by Caren Stevenson

Below: Caren’s millinery creations adorn her home

move on. Family on the Sunshine Coast was the drawcard. “After applying for 11 houses I finally got one at Little Mountain. I was there a year then moved to Maleny and haven’t looked back since,” said Carrie. To support her family, Caren Stevenson took up the position of cleaner at the Maleny State School and River School. Then, out of left field her life took another turn…a path she wholly embraced. “Through Girl Guides I met a woman who used to make hats. She mentioned hat blocks and a lady in Beerwah who wanted to pass on her skills. I was curious. “In 2012, Hat Academy online put me on a new path and it grew from there. “I’d never been to the races and didn’t know you could win ‘Fashions on the Field’ prizes like cars and holidays from wearing hats. I realised there was this whole world where women pay a lot of money for a hat that’s different from anyone else’s. It was a revelation. “Since then I’ve studied couture and learnt from top milliners.” Caren Lee Millinery specialises in bespoke, upcycled and new millinery using traditional methods. This innovative designer is on a fast-track to become a coveted milliner and stylist. “A highlight was at the Caloundra Cup where model Sheryl Lea wore my winged headpiece. One of the judges was Miss World Australia 2015, Tess Alexander, who sought me out wanting to buy that hat. “Competing against leading milliners we had a major win at the Ipswich 150th Anniversary Cup 2016. Two pieces made

the final judging of Fashions on the Field. One took out first prize in the vintage category. “Model Inessa McIntyre wearing a peacock hat creation was our Queensland Fashions on the Field state finalist for 2016. I was honoured to be chosen to design her outfit to wear at the State Governor of Victoria's Melbourne Cup Gala,” said Carrie delighting in her successes. Accolades for Caren Lee Millinery are too numerous to mention. However, in September of this year she will participate in ‘Radiant’ through RAW Artists a network of artists that spans the globe. The event will be held at The Met in Brisbane. Locally, Carrie supports Vintage Calendar Girls, a charity fundraiser for cancer. She donates hats for the photo shoots and auction. Materials used by Caren Lee range from local peacock feathers to Gutter Guard from Bunnings. Scraps of lace, braid, silk and leather may develop into flamboyant flowers or a tasteful trim. Whatever the case Carrie could be named the bower bird of millinery. “I once found a beaded designer top at an op-shop. No garment is safe, it may become a hat or a skirt. It’s all about how you put an outfit together. I have made leather flowers and hand coloured them to match the flowers on a skirt.” Caren Stevenson, milliner, mother, grandmother, can only be described as a woman who fought and won. A woman of flair and substance. She overcame great obstacles to live her passion and is aptly described in this quote by Joshua Graham:

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Fish & chip

knitting

can you imagine taking your new-born baby home wrapped in newspaper? in some third world countries this is the norm, and now a local Flaxton group is on a mission to help - with knitting needles and plenty of wool! Ht writer victoria Mcguin went to find out more.

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T’S A BuSy MORNING at The Cottage, at RangeCare in Flaxton, with tables full of retirees enjoying a morning tea before various events ahead. On a table in the corner sits a colourful display of knitted baby jumpers and beanies, ready to be sent to children in Africa. We are lucky in Australia to have safe, hygienic birthing options and our babies are swaddled in muslins or blankets to keep their core body temperature at the right level after birth. In some other countries, this is not a possibility and babies are sent home from hospital wrapped in newspaper to keep them warm, earning them the dubious mantle, ‘Fish and Chip’ babies. Belinda Watts, a care support worker at the cottage introduces me to Janet Middleton, Nellie Wood and Margaret Newson, the women who, along with Belinda, have created everything in the colourful display for these ‘Fish and Chip’ babies in Africa.

above: 93-year-old nellie Woods knits until 11 at night right: Part of the team, Belinda Watts and margaret newson

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It is clear from the start that Margaret is the driving force behind this initiative and we attempt to talk above the hubbub. “I was part of a craft group in Mapleton and I first heard about these people knitting for babies in Africa through a Nambour lady, Valerie Zwart. She coordinates the shipping and collection of the jumpers around the region. “I was given the pattern and it was so easy to do, just use double-knitting wool and 4mm needles, cast on 44 stitches. I tend to use bigger size needles so it stretches for any size baby and lasts longer. “We are also supposed to make the jumpers in darker colours to show less dirt, as many of these babies won’t get washed often, but sometimes it’s tempting to use brighter colours! “It’s good for me too,” Margaret admits, “as it keeps my eyes and hands going.” I notice Margaret’s right hand is misshapen, and can see she has difficulty walking without help. “I had an accident when I was 13,” she tells me. “I was run over by a bus and my hand was mangled, along with both legs. They didn’t expect me to live. I was told I wouldn’t make 18, then 21, then 27…” Margaret is 75 years old. “I have had a lot of plastic surgery, the last one was a year ago. But I am always grateful for that first doctor who saved my hand. He told me to keep on doing exercises, so I did knitting, tatting, painting, all sorts of craft.” Margaret also studied with watercolourist A.M. Richardson, became a member of the Royal Queensland Art Society, and had her paintings in exhibitions in Brisbane. “Surgery eventually prohibited me painting, which is when I moved on to tatting and other craft, and now knitting for these babies in Africa.” Janet Middleton joins in, “I’ve been knitting since I was five years old. My mum used to knit for the Clifton College and the cricket team back in Somerset, so I naturally took it up. And now it keeps the arthritis at bay!” she smiles. Nellie Wood is a regular work horse for the team, they joke, making five in a week. “She’s 93 and she does more than the rest of us!” says Belinda. “And her designs are wonderful.” “I’ve been knitting for as long as I can remember,” Nellie says. “I pick up the knitting at five o’clock and finish at eleven!” Belinda was encouraged to join the team after becoming Margaret’s ‘go-between’. “We held a Teddy Bears Picnic here to get other ladies interested, dressing the bears in the jumpers. “I tried a couple of prototypes and made a mess of the first two; then it went okay and now I can’t put the knitting needles down! I am also always buying wool, and I never seem to use up my supply.” Margaret enjoys seeing the group grow, and is no stranger to creating something of value within the community, having helped set up the original Care Cottage in Flaxton itself. “I was living in Montville and had to have injections every morning. I realised with a few others in similar circumstances that we needed to create a group to help everyone. It grew and grew.

Janet middleton with her maroons design

“The Flaxton Care Group started at the old Flaxton School here, and today it has become RangeCare.” Despite a life filled with surgeries and challenges, Margaret has a great sense of appreciation, and a strong generosity of spirit. “We can go out and buy things if we like - they can’t. It is so wonderful to think of babies going home in something other than newspaper, and being a grandmother brings it closer to home to me.” The original pattern had no beanie, so Margaret added one, realising a lot of heat is lost through the head. “If you look up ‘Fish and Chip’ babies online, you will see some pictures of them with our jumpers and beanies on. It is such a lovely thing to see and inspires us to keep going.” The microphone is switched on – a short presentation is about to begin, where Margaret and Belinda will share the story of the ‘Fish and Chip’ babies to potential new recruits in the room. “I’m glad this will be in the Hinterland Times,” says Belinda. “It would be good for the younger generation to continue this.” Margaret agrees, “It’s so easy and it makes such a difference.” For more information on helping knit for the ‘Fish and Chip’ babies, or to donate wool, please contact Belinda Watts at rangeCare on 07 5445 7044.

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HE MOuNTAIN VIEW Challenge is my favourite event in the running calendar. Luckily it is in October, so there is plenty of time to train for it over the cooler months of the year. This year will be my third time running it, and I can’t wait. Elite runners enter this race to test themselves and to truly hone their fitness before taking on other challenges, but most who enter are ordinary, everyday people like myself who just love running. I was encouraged to enter the first time by my running friends from Golden Beach parkrun and members of our Sunny Coast Darkrunners group. One in particular – let’s just call him ‘Peter’ - assured me that there was only one hill. He neglected to tell me that from the moment we leave the flat terrain of the showgrounds, we start to climb that hill, and while you would normally expect that what goes up must come down, there really did seem to be much more up, up, up than down, down, down.

teressa schmidt tells us what it is like to experience the mountain View Challenge

So, let’s say this straight up – running 21.1 kms is hard. Running 21.1kms through the hills of Maleny is harder still - but there are so many reasons to complete this run. This is by far one of the friendliest events I have entered, and every runner is cheered as if they are an Olympian.

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The volunteers are wonderful, and it is hard not to stop for a chat and to enjoy the view at each aid station. Actually, I might have done just that - after all the running up, up, up, it was nice to have a quick chat, and enjoy some of the BEST WATER I HAVE EVER TASTED before heading up, up, up and then down, down, down again. yes, that is another great reason to do this run – the water at the aid stations is pure Maleny spring water, and I honestly can’t imagine that I will ever taste water that good anywhere else. Trust me, you should sign up for this run just to taste this magical water. Now, the other great thing about running (or even walking) up the hill is the view. I guess the title of the run ‘Mountain View Challenge’ might give some clue – but truly, the view is magnificent. If I wasn’t spending so long at the aid stations, drinking the water and having a chat with the friendly volunteers, I would have probably taken selfies with that view. yes, it is worth running up that hill just to take in the view. Maleny is also a very friendly place, and there were many community members cheering the runners on as we ran up and down the hills. In fact, even the cows – yes, you will run past cows in their paddocks – seemed to be cheering us on. If you have never been up close and personal with a cow, perhaps that is yet another reason to do this run. While I admit that I am not the fastest runner, and I think that most could achieve this run, I do suggest some training.

If you don’t feel ready for 21.1km, there are shorter events, and all of them come with the mountains, the magical views, the friendly volunteers, the special Maleny water and the cheering cows. If you are a seasoned runner and really want to challenge yourself, this is definitely a race for your bucket list. I am really very much looking forward to the 2017 Mountain View Challenge, and I hope to see many new faces enjoying this event. If you are not yet convinced, it is worth remembering that this is a race for a good cause – your entry will go towards the Australian Lions Childhood Cancer Research Foundation. So, what are you waiting for? Take the challenge – and I look forward to meeting you at the start line on October 15. the finish line was a welcome place to be last year, but teressa will be back for more!

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life members of the maleny Garden Club prepare for a celebration: Olga Webster, Pat Powell, norma mcleod, Val Bengston and Corinne taylor

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ALENy GARDEN CLuB Inc. celebrate their 65th Birthday and Friendship Day in September. The surviving Life Members share their favourite times spent with their gardening friends… 65 years ago Olga webster became a member soon after the foundation of the Maleny and district Horticultural society. Her husband, alan, was Foundation treasurer and club Patron for 40 years. Olga's mother, ida nothling, was also a Foundation Member. My memories commence from the 1950's when we experienced a bad hail storm. Alan Lockwood, who grew a lot of dahlias at Conondale, thought he might lose them so

he gathered them up for Peg Burnett who was a keen floral artist, to see if she could use them. Her husband Rixon laid two sheets of corrugated iron on the carpet in the lounge and placed the blooms on them. They laid them out and decided to make a floral carpet at a fete that was to be held in the next day or two. We have many beautiful Camellias on our property which we were able to share with members when meetings were held in our garden. Meetings were held monthly in different members’ gardens, and a guest speaker was usually present either imparting their knowledge or demonstrating Floral Art. Shared picnic lunches and fellowship after the meetings are still fresh in my mind. The floral carpets were so much fun, joy and satisfaction, they brought us all together.”

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Pat Powell assumed the role of the President of the garden club in 1993, taking over from corinne taylor. Corinne had worked so hard to make the Club more efficient which made my tenure so much easier. My memories are of meetings held, “weather permitting”, in members’ gardens, with an invitation to walk around the garden learning about plants which grew well on our Range. Local members were most helpful to the newcomers. We experimented with mixed success with plants from both cool and tropical districts. Corinne had instigated a “bird in our garden'” segment into our meetings for us to become familiar with the birds in our district. A few members were most knowledgeable bird watchers, telling us about the birds, their calls and habits. Our Autumn Show developed from being just a floral carpet to a theme plus a carpet. It was felt if visitors were to pay to view our carpet, buy our plants and produce that we needed to provide a larger more interesting display than the previous year. One year we arranged displays from our garden to compliment a picture. Another year we celebrated Waltzing Matilda with displays and floral contributions from our gardens. During my time as President, “Gardening Australia” came to Queensland and so started years of Maleny gardens being opened to locals and visitors. This secured a place for Maleny on the garden map for interested gardeners in Queensland. Our Garden Club has become a very popular venue for new arrivals interested in gardening, forging friendships which have lasted for a lifetime.” di Hall was President and Floral carpet convenor for many years. I came to Maleny from the Kenmore Garden Club. I recall attending my first garden club meeting which was advertised in the Range News, where I was made most welcome by the ten or so members. It was from that meeting where the members gave me a carload of cuttings which I used to get the garden started. I gained so much knowledge from attending the meetings. I have wonderful memories of Club members: one of the members was an excellent painter of ceramics, paintings of birds, some of which I still have in my possession. There is something about belonging to a Garden Club that invokes a spirit of generosity, have you ever met a gardener that wasn't happy to share what they have? I miss the picnics that we used to have where food, laughter (and the odd fly, dust and ants) were shared. val bengston came to Maleny as a child. I have very strong memories of members’ generosity, providing cuttings that could be grown in my garden. I also have fond memories making the carpets. It was a long process, pine branches being stripped of the needles which were then used as a bed for the flowers, it took days to get that ready.

Working together on the carpet where the creative and talented members put everything in its place, we with the scissors and secateurs on our hands and knees, handing things to them, it was such good camaraderie. We worked on the designs for months before the carpets were made, featuring themes the members voted on. The designs were firstly drawn or painted then replicated with blooms. A flying carpet made in 2003 on a frame suspended off the floor complete with Persian slippers was a highlight. I remember all the work when the ladies in the Club catered for the Autumn and Spring Fairs. Many memories of wonderful lasting friendships.

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norma McLeod first attended a meeting in a member’s garden, met 30 welcoming ladies and was hooked. Working at Autumn Fairs in the Community Centre with theme displays and floral carpets was a joy. One year Colin Campbell sat in a hut constructed from bamboo poles and banana leaves to give his gardening advice. The Spring Fairs had flower and floral art competitions with craft/produce, plants, cuttings and Tussie Mussie (posies) stalls. Perfume wafted outside and two ladies in evening gowns sold Tussie Mussies in the street. I have wonderful memories of gardening knowledge gained and friendships maintained. So many good times shared with like-minded folk. It has been a source of much pleasure seeing the Garden Club grow and the enthusiasm of the members. I remember going to my first meeting and bringing a lupin for the flower competition that I was rather proud of and being told “Take that home, that’s not a flower”, so I just sat down. After so many years she can still laugh about it. June crane came to Maleny from being the President of the indooroopilly garden club and very quickly became involved in the Maleny gardening event calendar, being the organiser of the autumn & spring Fairs as well as secretary. Belonging to a garden club to me means friendship, sharing and learning from others. The best decision that I have ever made was to move to Maleny and join the Garden Club. Jo tedman organised the club raffles for nigh on 14 years, continually coming up with something that the members were always keen to take home. The popular Tussie Mussies were another initiative of Jo's and memories of working together with Thalia Skerman, Leonie Loch and Nancy Schaffer are precious. Visit www.malenygardenclub.org/ or call 5435 8406 to find out more about the club.

Visit Kenilworth from september 29 to October 2, for a weekend of art and more!

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HE KENILWORTH ARTSFEST Exhibition is on its way for all art lovers to enjoy, in September and early October. Established in 1997 by members of the Kenilworth Arts Council, this is a not-for-profit organisation, promoting arts in the community. The exhibition is always high quality, varied and colourful; showcasing paintings, sculpture, ceramics and poetry from Sunshine Coast and Hinterland artists. All artworks are for sale. This annual competitive art exhibition includes a Poet’s Breakfast and competition, workshops, Sunday markets, a Birgit Kehr photo exhibition and entertainment. With over $7500 prizes, ENTRIES CLOSE September 15, 2017 at 5pm. The categories include: 100 Kenilworth Art Award ‘Kenilworth Kaleidoscope’ $2,000; The Human Form; Landscape; Still Life; Botanical Art ; Animal Life; 3D Art and Contemporary and you can vote for your People's Choice! Artists and visitors are cordially invited to join judges and sponsors at Presentation Night, on Friday September 29, 6pm. There are light refreshments and cash bar available and tickets cost $10. The Kenilworth ArtsFest Exhibition is coming to the Kenilworth Hall from September 29 - October 2: 10am4pm on the Friday/Saturday/Sunday and 10am -1pm on the Monday. Entry is only $5. Phone enquiries: 07 5472 3223 or 07 5446 0427. www.kenilwortharts.org.au

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families heard Mitch's tomato growing story, ate pear pancakes with fruit salad, and lemonade made from fresh lemonade fruit and sparkling water." In a five-week collaboration with the Maleny Flexi School, Flexi students will showcase their project at the Maleny Neighbourhood Centre's 2017 Open Day on September 7. The students plan, carry out and evaluate their event which will feature the preparation and sale of a healthy pizza and a

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maxine and Clement attended a fruit and veggie nutrition activity morning where maleny Playgroup members enjoyed hands-on fun - like colouring in fruit and veg pictures

refreshing "no added sugar" drink. If you want to find out more about what MNC does, come to the Open Day. Discover the local groups using MNC - CHASM, EPICC, PPP, Restorative Circles, Welcome2Maleny, and more. Meet volunteers and maybe you will find you’d like to volunteer too. Bring items to be repaired to the Fix It Cafe. Learn more about the services available, such as Centrelink and Human Services. Stay for lunch - there will be activities for people to participate in and everyone is invited to enjoy the regular Thursday Community Lunch at 12.30pm. The Open Day will commence at 10am and conclude at 2pm. Also on at MNC this month (call 3051 6311 to find out more): World Suicide Prevention Day (September 10) is complemented by R u OK? Day on September 14. Both days will be marked here September 14. CHASM community consultation about fundraising 12.15–3pm, September 13. CHASM is keen to hear from any businesses, schools, organisations and community groups who'd like to participate in a community consultation to share fundraising ideas. www.malenync.org.au

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ONTVILLE CHAMBER of Commerce 2017 Annual General Meeting is an event not to be missed and all members are invited to attend. Hosted once again by the magnificent Flaxton Gardens, attendees will be treated to a two course meal. We look forward to welcoming everyone and introducing the new MCOC Committee. (If you are not yet a member and would like the opportunity to attend, please contact 0477 822 975). Held 5.30pm, Wednesday, September 6 at Flaxton Gardens. Maleny Commerce host their September Networking Breakfast at Pomodoras on Obi, 7am - 8.30 am, Tuesday September 12. Guest Speaker – Nooreen Harris from the Maleny Neighbourhood Centre will share upcoming/ongoing MNC projects and activities. Bookings are essential: admin@malenycommerce.org.au HINTERLAND TIMES – SEPTEMBER 2017

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Address 6 Bunya Street MALENY Phone 07 5494 2013 Web malenyhotel.com.au OPEN Lunch: Mon - Fri 11.30am – 2.30pm Dinner: Mon - Fri from 5.30pm Sat & Sun: all day dining from 11.30am

4/45 Maple Street MALENY 07 5435 2461 dawaatindianmaleny.com.au 7 days: 11.00am – 2.00pm 4.00pm – 9.00pm

Indulgent Flavours of India. Dine In & Takeaway. BYO. Air-conditioned. Birthday Parties, Corporate Bookings & Catering for your functions. Best Butter Chicken around!

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Concept Coffee

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Address Shop 6 Riverside Centre 2 Maple St MALENY Phone 07 5370 2906 Web facebook.com/ConceptCoffeeMaleny OPEN Mon - Fri: 7.00am - 4.00pm Sat - 7.00am - 12.00pm, Sun Closed Internet Café. Healthy breakfast options, gf & refined sugar free cakes, wholesome snacks and raw treats. Locally roasted vintage coffee & a variety of beverages on offer. Relax over looking the Obi Obi creek or grab something on the run.

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88 Obi Lane South MALENY 07 5420 5420 spicerstamarindretreat.com Breakfast: 7 days 7.30am - 10am Lunch: Fri to Sun from 12pm Dinner: Tue to Sun from 5pm Gourmet Breakfast, A la Carte modern Thai & Asian Cuisine, Jazz in the Forest 1st & 3rd Sunday of each month. Cooking Classes available Saturdays. Be inspired with a choice of Italian, French or Thai. Bookings essential.

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Cappriccio’s Italian Restaurant

Lumbini Nepalese Restaurant

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Maleny Marketplace

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Address 55 Maple Stree, MALENY Phone 07 5435 2493 Web facebook.com/themalenymarketplace OPEN 7 Days: 7:00am - 5:00pm

Riverside Centre MALENY 07 5499 9444 cappricciospizzas.com.au Tue to Sun: 4.00pm – 10.00pm Lunch Sat & Sun: from 11.30am

Licensed & B.Y.O. Live entertainment every friday! Delicious traditional Italian food. Dine in, takeaway or home delivery. Prices to please. Huge menu. Overlooking the Obi Obi River.

11 Coral Street MALENY 07 5435 2912 lumbini.com.au Lunch: 11.00am – 3.00pm Dinner: 5.00pm – late

Open 7 days . “A high altitude food served with great attitude” come and try our momo, crispy duck & tantalizing lamb shank in curry sauce & many more. Variteis of vegetarian & gluten free option available.

34 Mountain View Rd MALENY 07 5499 9928 thegardenmaleny.com.au Mon to Fri: 9.00am – 4.00pm Sat & Sun: 8.00am – 4.00pm

Open for breakfast, lunch, coffee & cakes. We offer unique homemade cakes with all food made on site (GF/DF/NF/Vegetarian avail). BYO. High tea & group bookings welcome. FREE wifi. Kids play area.

Maleny Marketplace is located at the top end of Maple Street sited in an old Workshop with relics still visible. Visitors can choose from a contemporary mix of organic foods and drinks, grown and prepared on site.

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Address 10 Mountain View Road, Mary Cairncross corner MALENY Phone 07 5435 2545 Web theorangerymaleny.com.au OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat/Sun from 8am Dinner only: Fri & Sat From 5.30pm Imagine sipping champagne with a leisurely meal or afternoon tea on our long verandas, gazing at the glorious Sunshine Coastline. Light meals to a la carte, tapas, weddings, functions, high teas. A wide range of freshly baked gluten free goodies.

Address Cnr Maleny-Landsborough Rd & Mountain View Rd MALENY Phone 07 5494 3700 Web terraceofmaleny.com.au OPEN Open 7 days. Lunch: from 12pm, Dinner options from 5.30pm An award winning restaurant with expansive coastal views, specialising in seafood platters using ocean fresh Mooloolaba seafood & locally sourced produce. A special occasion’s destination offering a la carte, fine dining, functions & Christmas parties.

FULLY LICENSED BYO Wine only, (No Corkage). Dine in, Take Away, Delivery, Fully Air Conditioned. Now serving Chinese & Thai too.

37 Maple Street MALENY 07 5494 2860 malenyfoodco.com Mon - Frid: 8.30am - 5pm Weekends: 8am - 4pm

Award winning artisan gelato & sorbet made in Maleny. Deli style dining in our café, gourmet cheeses & cured meats in our walk in fromagerie.

1 Koorawatha Lane PALMWOODS 07 5445 9882 indianpalaceeumundi.com.au Mon to Sun: 4.30pm – 8.30pm

Secrets has delicious new food choices

Book with us for High Teas, Group Events, Special Occasions Breakfast - Lunch - Coffee - Cake

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New menu now available across the summer along with new packages for your special group celebration. Enjoy spring weather, great service and the creative ambience of our unique location.

HUGE PLANT SALE 50% OFF selected stock including fruit trees & ornamentals

In The Garden Haus Gallery A collective of local artists during Sept & Oct : Jan Scullion | Kerrie Emslie | Karen King Lynn May | Megan Bice | Judy Gravestein Diana Allen | Peta Jervois

Come and sample our October Specials board. 10% will go to support Research into Children’s diseases at the Royal Brisbane Hospital.

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Enjoy breakfast, lazy lunches, great coffee & homemade cakes on Secrets Deck with stunning views over Lake Baroon. Groups welcome, why not spoil yourself & book for a gorgeous High Tea. Gallery and accomodation on site.

Elements at Montville Address Phone Web OPEN

38 Kondalilla Rd MONTVILLE 07 5478 6212 elementsmontville.com.au Wed to Mon: 8.00am – 4.00pm

Fabulous teahouse, interiors & gift store overlooking the Kondalilla falls. Delish breakfast. Light lunches. Home baked goodies. Limited seating. Small functions welcome. Bridal & Baby Showers a must.

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Drop into Mapleton for delicious Fish and Chips. Freshly prepared to order, we offer fish & chips and burgers, in a relaxed café setting overlooking the Lilyponds park. Lunch and Dinner, BYO, dine in or take away.

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Flame Hill Vineyard

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Flaxton Gardens

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Address 249 Western Ave MONTVILLE Phone 07 5478 5920 Web flamehill.com.au OPEN 7 Days: 10.30am - 5.30pm Sunday Brunch: 10.00am - 12.00pm

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Address 313-327 Flaxton Drive FLAXTON Phone 07 5445 7450 Web flaxtongardens.com.au OPEN 7 days: 10:00am - 3:00pm Thur to Mon: Happy hr from 5pm, Dinner from 5:30pm Experience excellence in food at prices that won’t send you broke. Whether you choose a relaxed breakfast, al fresco lunch on the terrace, a High Tea on the veranda or dine within our restaurant we can ensure you quality throughout.

202 Main Street MONTVILLE 07 5442 9505 montvillegourmetpizzeria.com Sun - Thurs: 10.00am – 8.00pm Fri & Sat: 10.00am – 10.00pm

Gourmet Pizza, Pasta & Salads. Open for lunch & dinner, 7 days. Dine in or takeaway. Licensed & BYO.

Ethically & sustainably produced from our vineyards & farms, guaranteeing patrons an experience of paramount quality at this magnificent location featuring breathtaking ocean views and mountain vistas.

126 Main Street MONTVILLE 07 5478 5535 montvillepub.com.au Everyday: 10.00am - 10.00pm

Great food at pub prices. Dine in our ambient restaurant or enjoy your meal in the beautifully landscaped beer garden. Phone to use our FREE courtesy bus pickup & drop off service. Live music Fri night, Sat and Sun 12-4pm

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127-133 Main St MONTVILLE 07 5442 9344 mayfieldonmontville.com.au Mon to Sun: 8.30am – 4.00pm

Savour our delicious modern cuisine on the deck overlooking stunning views. The perfect location to enjoy a champagne breakfast, leisurely lunch, or coffee & cake. Licensed.

The Long & Short Apron

At Spicers Clovelly Estate Address 68 Balmoral Road MONTVILLE Phone 07 5452 1111 Web spicersretreats.com OPEN Breakfast 7 days. LONG APRON: Thu - Sun Lunch & Dinner + Mon Dinner. SHORT APRON: Dinner 7 Days, Lunch Thur - Sun Award winning modern European restaurant The Long Apron (Two Chef Hats). Our modern Australian A la Carte menu served in the Short Apron - now open 7 nights a week.

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Flaxton Barn

Licensed Cafe and functions Address Phone Web OPEN

466 Maleny Kenilworth Road WITTA 07 5494 4411 wittageneralstore.com 7 days: 6.30am - 8:00pm

Serving all day breakfast, morning and afternoon teas, lunch, sunset drinks and dinner. $15 light meals available all day.

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F YOU HAVE never heard of Strawbfest before, it is a strawberry festival held at Chevallum State School on the first Friday of September every year. The whole community gets involved, from the school, to the locals, to the SES, Lions and Rotary Club. This year it starts at 5pm on Friday, September 8, and will continue until around 9.30pm. It is so popular that they usually start running out of food at around 8pm! P&C President of Chevallum State School, Ben Calder, says, “Mirroring the multicultural influences in our school community, Strawbfest this year will offer a multi-cultural world of food and a variety of entertainment. “There will be bigger, better and more mechanical rides than ever before, a licensed Strawberry Daiquiri bar, numerous traditional stalls, an abundance of strawberries, live music across three stages, side-show alley, and much much more, with the evening culminating in an impressive fireworks display.” Next to Chevallum State School is the Twist’s strawberry farm. The Twist’s grow the most delicious strawberries you have ever tasted, and each year the Twists open up their hearts and allow the kids to pick truckloads of their delicious strawberries. Centre, Maleny The6 Riverside school then turns these strawberries into Phone (07) 2906 strawberry and 5370 marshmallow kebabs, strawberry daiquiris, strawberry topped pavlovas, strawberry milk www.concept.coffee shakes, chocolate-coated strawberries, strawberry syrup facebook.com/ConceptCoffeeMaleny and strawberry jam!

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Festival of Community Halls continues this month… 9

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Belli Community Hall's next old time dance will celebrate this lovely hall's 85th Anniversary on Saturday, September 9. The evening starts at 7.30pm, so come and dance the night away to live music by popular local band, Sunshine Swing!

A chance to see Australian music icon Little Pattie on stage at the Eumundi School of Arts hall, from 6pm.Ticket includes scrumptious 60’s style meal and a glass of bubbles, and prizes for best dressed! Cash bar available.

Entry fee of $14 includes a hearty supper. Tickets and raffle at the door at this alcohol-free venue. you can find Belli Community Hall at 1170 Kenilworth Road, Belli Park, or see more at www.bellihall.com.

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From 9am, for only $5 entry (kids free), check out the show and shine, stunning trophies, live music with Spirit Coasters, market stalls, on-site radio, and kids’ activities all on offer at this licensed event. The Obi Obi & Kidaman Creek Community Hall is located at 856 Obi Obi Road, Obi Obi. Phone: 5446 9154 or visit www.kidobi.wordpress.com

Linsey Pollak and Lizzie O’Keefe combine the human voice with the sounds of endangered and extinct animals to create an intriguing and moving musical performance. This musical collaboration has created a new musical language with structured, yet very free improvisation at its core. From 7-10 pm at the Maleny Community Centre, 23 Maple Street, Maleny. Phone: 5429 6043 or visit: www.malenycc.org

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3 Fundraisers a morning tea... Maleny Anglican Church Ladies Guild will be hosting a morning tea on Wednesday September 13 at 10.30am at The Orangery in support of S.C.O.P.E (Suncoast Cooloola Outreach, Prevention, and Education). Entertainment will be provided by Lisa Plucknett with her music and poetry, as well as raffles and lucky door prizes and a guest speaker from SCOPE. Cost is $20 per head, and all proceeds will go to assist victims of Domestic Violence. Tickets on sale at all Maleny Churches and the Information Centre. Further information Jan Glasscock 5499 9810 or Dell Somerville 0400 746 185.

afternoon tea... The Quota Club of Maleny will be holding a 'Spring In The Garden' Afternoon Tea and Fashion Parade to be held on September 26, 1.30pm, in the beautiful garden surrounds of one of the Quota member’s homes at 22 Rangers Road Maleny. Tickets cost $15 and are available at Rather Bizr, Maple Street, Maleny or phone Rana on 5499 9661. Fashions on the day by Rather Bizr, Shabby Chic and Caren Lee Millinery. There will be entertainment, a pot plant sale, cent auction and mini auction, with proceeds from the afternoon supporting community organisations. Please join us for an afternoon of high tea and fashion.

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HE ZONTA CLuB of Blackall Range, chartered on October 25, 1997, is trying to locate any former members who would like to receive an invitation for the anniversary dinner to be held at The Orangery in Maleny on October 28 this year. Coordinator, charter member and past president, Ann Koenig, said invitations would be sent out in the next few weeks, so it was important to try to find them. “Every woman who has been a member of our club has contributed to its success and this is a way to acknowledge this,” she said. Charter Members - those who were members when Zonta Club Of Blackall Range formed, Lorraine Duffy, Barbara Inwood (Fowler), Ann Koenig, and Tricia Steer are still very active members now (pictured). Tricia is involved with the Zonta Blackall Range annual scholarship for a university woman student. This year they are calling for applications from year 11 girls for a Zonta International Award, young Women in Public Affairs. Contact: membership@zontablackallrange.org.au

OCATED AT THE centre of town, the Maleny Community Centre (MCC) has an iconic presence in the heart of Maleny. In 2013 the extensive frontage renovation and new deck put a stamp on the MCC’s status as a major landmark and gathering point for our hinterland community. The MCC is owned and managed by our community through the members of the MCC, who will be meeting on September 16 at 9.30am. when the 2017 Annual General Meeting will be held. Everyone is welcome (but only financial members can vote), and stay on afterwards to meet the committee and friends, and enjoy complimentary light refreshments. The MCC is keen to meet people who might want to become members and contribute as volunteers. There are plenty of opportunities, such as being a member of the management committee, helping at working bees and working behind the bar. Why not join volunteers of the MCC, like Ann Koenig, Denis Costello and Pauline Robinson (pictured) and find out more?

LL NEWCOMERS to Maleny and District, over the past year or two, are invited to come along to the 12th annual Welcome Dinner to meet local residents, businesses, community groups and make new friends. Moving to a new state or town can be daunting for some people. The Lions Club of Maleny Blackall would like to help your move be a great experience. Guests will enjoy a buffet meal catered for by The Orangery. A raffle, lucky door prize and auction are all part of the evening’s entertainment. Local community groups will give short speeches in relation to their particular organisation and displays from other groups will provide you with information. All newcomers will be given an information bag to take home, together with native plants kindly donated by Barung Landcare. Tickets for the dinner are $40 and can be purchased from Maleny Art Direct, 2/30 Maple Street, and Maleny Optical, Riverside Centre, Maleny. Get in early to avoid disappointment. For further information please contact Rob: 0418 785 967.

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HE BEST WAy TO shut down lies and discrimination about the same-sex marriage debate, would have been not to leave it in the hands of the public. A vote in parliament for marriage equality was the way our society could have wrapped our arms around our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) citizens and tell them that they are valued and accepted. But it is too late for a bill - the $122 million ABS plebiscite will start rolling out this month. If all of our leaders had the gumption to display leadership and used the ballot box, not only would it have saved a truckload of cash, but it would be a standard that would help squash prejudice. The Marriage Bill of 1961 set the minimum marriageable age as 18, making marriage law uniform across Australia, but it did not include a definition of marriage. Did you know that marriage was not even defined until 2004, when the act was amended to exclude same-sex couples, and not recognise same-sex marriages conducted overseas. If same-sex couples are excluded from marriage, it sends a message out that sexual orientation discrimination is acceptable. So let's redefine it. The debate is not just about marriage. It is about equality, and accepting every Australian citizen for who they are, and acknowledging that love is love, and not exclusive to heterosexual relationships. The Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey asks all of us: ‘Should the law be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry?’. Can we please stop discrimination - for sexual orientation, race, religion… Let's ensure young Australians grow up knowing that they have the right to marry the person they love. Forms are posted from September 12, with responses due by 6pm on October 27 and results expected November 15.

What?Downsize to an Over 50’s community! avid Ht readers will remember our postcard series as bryan and val Hughes house-sat and explored France. a new, but no less social, move down the hill has given the couple more to write about…

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FTER ONE HAS achieved that near perfect state of nirvana, i.e. ‘retirement’, and after one has made provision for maintaining a decent income into one’s future, one, hopefully, will have a certain amount of leftover lolly. This lolly is used by one to facilitate enjoyment of those traditional perks of...how shall I say it?...one’s advancing middle age. Perhaps travel to distant shores, a new caravanning rig, a sup or two of a rather good red, but just from time to time, mind you! For me, though, a time arrived in ‘retirement’ when the carefree experience of cheerfully maintaining a pictureperfect two acres of luscious green lawn morphed into a terrible chore to keep ahead of that bloody defiant grass...always bloody-well growing. This moment coincided with another moment of realisation; that the pile of leftover lolly was a pile no more. Good grief, what to do? Apparently ‘downsizing’ is the regulation answer to this conundrum, but one must of course decide on where to downsize to. My spouse, Val, and I thought that moving to the seaside town of Burrum Heads would be perfect. Warm seaside climate, an abundance of choice in quality housing at very attractive prices, a lovely river estuary for mucking about on water (sometimes, erroneously, called fishing) and likeminded folk in the town. But the Big C came to visit. Val was diagnosed as having cancer.

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There is no point in asking “why me?” because the answer is simply “why not me?” Get on with life. And Val did just that with great determination and an absolutely positive outlook on our future life. A visit by the Big C, however, forces the rather unpalatable realisation that one is not actually invincible, as one had previously thought, and it also forces one to reevaluate one’s plans, doesn’t it. Not only that, Val and I were overwhelmed by the support and love shown by so many friends and acquaintances around Maleny. How could we even contemplate leaving such a wonderful network of loving people? Of course, the Big C, even in remission, casts a long shadow, a shadow that cannot be ignored. So the former Captains Invincible threw out the Burrum adventure choosing instead to downsize into an “Over 50’s Lifestyle Village” near Buderim. A key determinant was that if one of us should cross the rainbow bridge the other would be well settled in a close community, without the unnecessary disruption of another relocation. Now, as you know, over 23 years, if one is not vigilant, a lot of stuff can build up in a large house, a large double garage and a large cellar. We had not been vigilant. Our new villa, complete with double garage of rather modest proportions and no cellar, is just half the size of our previous home. A lot of stuff had to go! Come removal day, the removalist and I were dismayed to find that, even after culling, we still had 140 various-sized cartons plus the furniture. Add in the gargantuan number of plants and pots and statuary that Val absolutely had to keep. “You worry-wart,” she scolded. “I’ll find a place for all of them.” Much to my surprise, she has. Val and I are now certified inmates of our new ‘gated’ resort, along with 130-odd fellow inmates already ensconced in the village. Eventually there will be about 340 bodies enjoying the “Over 50’s Lifestyle” but I’m not really sure how that particular style of life is supposed to unwrap. Certainly it will revolve around the three million dollar plus leisure centre now being built. All the usual modern facilities are coming: library, heated pool, gym, tennis, bowls, art-house cinema, circular fire hearth, teppanyaki BBQ etc., etc...oh, and bar. No self-respecting over 50’s Lifestyler would style his or her life without a bar, certainly not this particular Lifestyler. Living in the Village, I have an unexpected feeling of difference and separation from life in the outside world (although I’m reasonably sure that the outside world is still carrying-on, albeit with Mr Trump). We villagers are all of a type, I think. Reasonably well-off, of a similar age, new in our

Above: From Maleny to a Buderim Over 50’s Community!

little community and definitely looking for a companionable on-going, out-going social experience. Already in our short street we local Lifestylers are busy establishing a Friday tradition of 5 o’clock Conviviality-on-theStreet. Currently attention is focused on how to set up a movable, safe fire-pit. Val is brushing up on her mulled wine recipe and sourcing the best cheap spring rolls too. The next monthly village-wide Happy Hour held in the partly constructed Leisure Centre is scheduled shortly; champagne and canapés courtesy of management. But I do hope that we Lifestylers are not enjoying the equivalent of a sheltered (but much less voluptuous) lifestyle inside Versailles while the peasants burn Paris. Au revoir

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PREAD yOuR WINGS and prepare to take flight this spring holidays as we ‘Discover the Life of Birds’. This holiday program for children and young people offers a fun mix of workshops inspired by the Sunshine Coast’s beautiful birds. Between September 18-29, creative and cultural facilitators invite you to flock together and weave a nest, become a cockatoo, share traditional stories, mould, mosaic, sketch and paint bird-inspired artworks, create a birdsong soundscape or meet a real owl! Join us this September as we ‘Discover the Life of Birds’! birds of clay Come and play with clay! In this workshop we will make our own little birds, with textured talons, plumage for preening and feathers to fly. Local artist Linley Boyle will show children how to work with clay and decorate using sticks and seeds, to craft a delicate feathered friend to be taken home and treasured. For ages 7 - 12, September 18, 10 - 11.30am and 12 1.30pm.

Spaces are limited, a $7.50 booking fee per participant is required at time of registration, no large group bookings please. Children must be accompanied by an adult caregiver for whom registration is not required. All inquiries: cclp@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au Plus you can come to the family day and official opening of the new Whipbird Walk at Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve on Saturday September 16! week One is at the arts and ecology centre, Maroochy regional bushland botanic gardens, Palm creek road, tanawha.

dwellers, understory and canopy), we will choose a particular species of bird and then recreate their world in light, texture and colour in a mixed-media artwork. using cool creative techniques involving coloured inks and collage, participants will leave with not just a new appreciation of wildlife habitat, but their own artistic masterpiece. September 19 and 21,10am - 12pm for ages 11 - 16.

Mosaics take Flight bird world Explore the world where birds belong through an artist’s eyes. This in-depth workshop for young people is guided by environmental artist Jono Bateman (current exhibition: The Thin Green Line). Investigating the varied habitats at the gardens (ground-

Learn the art of mosaic in this extended workshop with Jane du Rand, whose colourful work is featured in the Whipbird Walk. Working from templates of birds found in the botanical gardens, you will create colourful, detailed pieces of art to take home. We will take a walk to enjoy the installed pieces in the

Whipbird Walk and return to finish our own mosaic creations. September 20,10am - 1pm, Age: 8 - 15

glossy black cockatoo and you Have you ever met a Glossy Black Cockatoo? Get ready to take flight and enjoy this fun, role-playing workshop where we will assemble props and costumes to dress up as this majestic, local bird. Working with local artist Christine Elocoate, prepare to look through the eyes of a Glossy for the day as we make, create and live the life of this special cockatoo! September 22,10 - 11.30am,12.30 - 2pm, Age: 5 - 12. week two is at the rainforest discovery centre Mary cairncross scenic reserve Mountain view roadd, Maleny

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bringing some of her favourite Aussie reptiles! Activity suitable for ages 5+, free, bookings essential. Beerwah, September 18, 10.30-11.30am.

sonic explorers The Sonic Explorers workshops introduce the exciting field of acoustic ecology through new technologies, emerging sciences and creativity. Guided by Dr Leah Barclay, participants will explore the soundscapes of the rainforest and learn how we can monitor environmental changes through bird song. The Sonic Explorers will create a soundscape and compare the sounds of Mary Cairncross with the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil and the Cyberforest Project in Japan. September 25, 10 - 11.30am (Junior) age 6 - 11, 12 - 2pm (Senior) age 12 - 17.

talk like a pirate day Come dressed as your favourite pirate and create piratey things. Activity suitable for ages 4+. Maleny, September 19, 9.30am-11am, Nambour, September 19, 9.30am-11am, Beerwah Library,19, 10-11.30am.

robot Mouse Come in and learn basic coding skills with the Robot Mouse. Challenge yourself to build a maze and get the mouse to navigate it successfully to find the hidden cheese. Activity suitable for ages 6+, bookings essential. Beerwah, September 20, 9.30-10.30am and 11am-noon, Maleny, September 22, 9.30-10.30am and 11am-noon, Nambour, September 29, 9.30-10.30am.

Painting the noisy Pitta Described as “…a whir of shiny colours… a little bit of rainbow, chirping and flickering in the forest shadows…” by Narelle Oliver, the Noisy Pitta lives in the Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve. Cheryl Nonmus from Paintbox will work with young artists as they study this adorable bird and create a watercolour artwork. Focussing on composition, shape and colour, we will explore drawing techniques and painting methods to layer the artwork, creating depth and texture. Dip your brushes and sharpen your eyes as we bring to vivid life our own paintings of the Noisy Pitta. September 26,10 - 11.30pm (Junior) age 6 - 11, 12.30 - 2pm, (Senior) age 12 - 17.

Owl encounters: Up-close and nocturnal Come and meet Eclipse and Twilight, BB and Spike at this not-to-be-missed owl encounter for kids. Jason Jordan from Raptor Vision will share his knowledge of these majestic, nocturnal birds and introduce you to four local species, including a Boobook, Barn Owl, Masked Owl and Barking Owl. This demonstration workshop will leave you with an appreciation of native birds of prey, their role in our local ecosystem, the threats they face and the hunting skills they master. September 27,10 - 11.30am, Age: 4 - 17.

the art of weaving a birds’ nest Join in the Art of Weaving a Birds Nest at the picturesque Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve. Guided by local artist Judith Wolski, you will learn weaving techniques to create a fluffy birds’ nest and decorate wooden eggs to sit inside it.

Ozobots Learn all about these tiny tinker robots to discover the fundamentals of coding. Activity suitable for ages 8+, bookings essential. Nambour, September 25, 9.30-10.30am and 11am-noon, Beerwah, September 25, 1-2pm and 2.30-3.30pm, Maleny, September 27, 9.30-10.30am and 11amnoon.

Whether it is creating mosaics, exploring the soundscapes of the rainforest or an owl encounter - school holiday activities are sure to please in our spring break!

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using dried Dodder Vine (aka Angel Hair Vine), an invasive weed and other plant materials, you will master the skills to make many more woven creations at home. September 28,10 - 11.30am Age: (Junior) 6 - 11, 12.30 - 2pm, Age: (Senior) 12 - 17.

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What’s on at the libraries? All of these events are free, and if bookings are required call 5475 8989.

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Belinda Stanton — Ceramicist and painter, 35 Bunya St, Maleny

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Jacky Lowry — Printmaker and textile artist, 941 Aherns Rd, Harper Creek

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Chris Blake — Painter, 36 Graham Dr, Landsborough

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Flying Porky Studios, Jim Cox — Painter, 12 Tulipwood Ct, Montville

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Anne Gentry-Smith — Ceramicist, 55 Main St, Montville

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Judy Berlak — Watercolour artist, 11 Alice Dixon Dr, Flaxton

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Christine Elcoate — Multi-disipline artist, 8 Nimbus Dr, Flaxton

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Jodi Archbold — 2D artist,15 Crystal St, Mapleton

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Marilyn Dale-Cook — Painter, 24 Wandoo Court, Mapleton

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Barbara Willcocks — 2D artist, 176 Obi Obi Road, Mapleton

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Jennifer Eurell — Printmaker and 2D artist, 32 Post Office Rd, Mapleton

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Come and meet Kevin the humanoid robot and see him in action as he interacts with his environment using words, gestures and movement. Activity suitable for ages 10+, bookings essential. Nambour, September 21, 9.30-10.30am and 11am-noon, Kenilworth, September 29, 10.30-11.30am.

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Get your craft on. Celebrate all things sunshine and make some fun paper sunnies or try crafting your own masterpiece. Activity suitable for ages 4+. Kenilworth, September 20, 10.30-11.30am, Beerwah, September 27, 10-11.30am, Nambour, September 28, 9.3011am, Maleny, September 28, 9.30am-noon.

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Our gallery is open to the public most weekends. We are located in the beautiful Obi Valley, half way between Mapleton & Kenilworth. We look forward to seeing you soon.

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Whether it’s the climate, the sweeping views, the atmospheric ‘villages’ dotted about or the people – this is a special, creative place. Artistic talent can be seen virtually everywhere you look. From ‘Strangler Cairn,’ Andy Goldsworthy’s huge egg sculpture in Conondale National Park, to the wealth of art galleries, local markets and viewings in artists’ personal studios. To help you on your journey of artistic discovery, the hinterland has its own Gallery Trail. Enjoy contemporary art, antiques, photography, sculpture, glass art, quilting, papermaking, jewellery, Aboriginal art, pottery, wood craft, watercolours and oils...the list goes on. There is something for everyone, whatever your taste

Upcoming Exhibitions The Garden Haus Gallery A Collective of local Artists

Reflection Gallery Featured artist: Joanne Lane through September & October.

926 Maleny-Montville Road BALMORAL RIDGE Ph: 5435 2303 experiencealift.com OPEN Wed - Sun: 10:00 - 4:00

Lift Gallery is Australia’s largest space for spiritual and energy art. The works have been specifically created with the intention of uplifting the viewer. The gallery also features a holistic therapy centre, concert hall, gift shop and cafe.

14 Holden’s Gallery 38b Coral Street

(Corner Coral & Myrtle Streets)

MALENY Ph: 5494 2100

work of local talented artists, this could be the perfect answer. Coast - once you take the Gallery Trail, you will probably agree.

Lift Gallery

Montville Art Gallery Artist of the Month: Steve Tyerman

internationally recognised artists, whilst also savouring the It has been said that the hinterland is the Soul of the Sunshine

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Showcasing carved Red Cedar sculptures, furniture and doors created by renowned timber artist, Jack Wilms.

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This gallery is worth a visit just to see the creative work on display, but it makes a point of drawing attention to the values, attitudes, beliefs and cultural background of the artists involved.

For more information about Galleries on the Hinterland go to www.hinterlandtimes.com.au and open the “Sunshine Coast Gallery Trail Booklet”

holdensgallery.com.au OPEN Mon - Fri: 10:00 - 4:00 Sat: 10:00 - 1:00

You will love this iconic c. 1907 building stocked brim full of art supplies for the most discerning artists. Also, unusual handmade gifts, jewellery, art, prints & tasteful home decor items. And, an in-house picture framing service provided by experienced professionals.


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Come and escape to the lush hills and breathe in the fresh energy of Tina Cooper’s vibrant hand blown glass art!

Montville Art Gallery

Illume Creations has the largest, most extensive range of this Montville hot glass artist’s work.

138 Main Street MONTVILLE Ph: 5442 9211 montvilleartgallery.com.au

OPEN Mon - Sun: 10:00-4:00

Gallery manager, Lisa Powell ensures there is a constantly changing exhibition of paintings and sculpture by established and emerging Australian artists, many of whom live and work in South East Queensland.

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Shops 3 & 4,1 Post Office Rd MAPLETON Ph: 0414 782 079 artantiquesantlers.com.au OPEN Mapleton Showroom Mon - Fri by appoint Sat & Sun 10:00 - 2 :00

OPEN Mon - Sun: 10:00 - 5:00

Montville by appointment

LAURISHA JEWELLERY Water Wheel 180 Main Street MONTVILLE Ph: 5478 5771

Located at the iconic water wheel in Montville, Laurisha Jewellery showcases extraordinary designs by owner / jeweller Ishkhan Kojayan as well as local jewellery artisans and jewellers from around Australia.

laurishajewellery.com.au OPEN 7 Days: 10:00-4:00

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Feature Artist is ceramicist Belinda Stanton whose work centres on the idea of living with a sense of internal well-being and harmony.

OPEN STUDIO TRAILS On the last weekend of every month, artists open their doors to the public and show you inside the workings of their arts practices! See the website for details and map. SCULPTURE ON THE EDGE A contemporary 3D exhibition held at Spicers Tamarind Retreat from 29 Sept to 23 Oct 2017

162 Main Street MONTVILLE Ph: 5442 9400 OPEN Wed - Mon: 10:00 - 3:45

Art Collection can be seen online at artantiquesantlers.com.au

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Her Exquisite Parlour, His Exotic Man Cave! A delectable array of Art, Antiques & Antlers sold ‘as is’ to retain their natural beauty and wonder. Our products are rare and hard to find. Wedding Hire available.

Situated in the hinterland town of montville, this long established business has a great range of antique china, glassware, silver and collectables to suit all tastes. We also have a large range of antique, estate, and second hand quality jewellery.

10 Secrets on the Lake Art Gallery 207 Narrows Road MONTVILLE Ph: 5478 5888 secretsonthelake.com.au OPEN Tue - Sun: 9:00 - 4:00

Personally selected local artists and artisans exhibit in a unique art space which is a work of art in itself. Enjoy a cup of coffee or lunch in our café then browse the gallery, featuring Lindsay Muir, Siggi Cairns, Heather Jones, Peta Boyce, and more.

Healthy Homewares 74 Maple Street MALENY Ph: 5429 6557 healthyhomewares.com.au OPEN 7 days 9:00 - 5:00

Healthy Homewares is dedicated to offering you healthy, intelligent options for products you can use in and around your home. We have a personal connection with all of our suppliers and they all have a connection with Nature and a story to tell.

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Wander down the garden path through The Gardens nursery to discover ‘The Garden LOCATED AT Haus Gallery’ exhibiting The Garden Maleny local artists changing 34 Mountain View Rd regularly. MALENY Ask us about our PH: 5499 9928 upcoming art thegardenmaleny.com.au workshops. OPEN Mon - Fri: 9:00 - 4:00 Sat & Sun: 8:00 - 4:00

Maleny Showcase Jewellers Shop 4 Riverside Centre Maple St. MALENY Ph: 5494 3477 malenyjewellers.com.au OPEN Mon - Fri: 9:00 - 5:00 Sat: 9:00 - 1:00

Celebrating a strong 17 years in business, we specialise in highquality handcrafted jewellery. Offering a full range of jewellery services including redesign, repair and valuation. View our large range of handmade individual pieces and receive the service you should.

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Sculpture on the Edge and Open Studios on display

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Spicers Tamarind Retreat, Maleny, again proudly sponsors a first prize of $5,000 and provides the beautiful rainforest environment for this contemporary 3D Award and Exhibition.

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Maleny IGA, Maleny Chamber, Montville Chamber, Hammond Optometry, Illume Creations, Ray White Maleny, Maleny Art Direct and Maleny Optical are all generous sponsors of other prizes.

Inspired by the hinterland

The artist lineup is impressive; local hot glass artist Tina Cooper said, “A chance connection with a discarded piece of beach wood inspired me to create the new coral piece that I intended to enter in 2017.” Channelling her inner lumberjack, the local woodies taught her how to cut and carve into the desired shape and form to incorporate her hand-blown glass seahorse with glass and iron corals.

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HiS mOnTH we are featuring the work of Gold Coast-based artist Steve Tyerman. Steve has been a professional artist since 2002, and developed a lush heavy impasto pallet-knife style of painting.

“With 28 years of glass blowing under my belt I now have found my interest in wood and iron has enriched my imagination.”

as an artist, he is inspired by the landscape, birds and native animals of his hinterland home, and he uses direct observation, sketches, plein air painting and photographs to capture the essence of his immediate surroundings. His latest collection currently on show at montville art Gallery focuses on native birdlife, and manages to bring character and personalities to his subjects. This collection complements his landscape painting, often depicting trees and rolling hillsides in the same thick paint methods. Steve has won many awards and been a finalist in major art prizes including Sunshine Coast art Prize 2011, redland art award 2010, Border art Prize 2015 & 2007, Tattersalls Club Landscape art Prize 2009, among others. montville art Gallery is open 7 days a week, from 10am to 5pm, at 138 main Street, montville 4560. Our new website is up and running, all artworks are available to purchase, call on 07 5442 9211 or email the gallery montart@montart.com.au to reserve, layby or buy.

IGGER AND BETTER than ever, this year 40 selected finalists from all over Queensland will display their work in the seventh annual Sculpture on the Edge

Tina encourages anyone to come along and experience the high quality and diverse creations exhibited in this year’s exhibition. Visitor entry is free, with the opportunity to vote for People’s Choice. For those who want to meet some of the artists, Spicers are holding a special dinner on October 15 where six sculptors will talk about their work, Sculpture on the Edge, and show guests around the sculptures on display. Contact Spicers for more details. In conjunction with Sculpture on the Edge, Arts Connect Inc. 18 artists have flung open winter doors to flood their 15 studios with new light and new works on the slopes and down valleys behind the Sunshine Coast. One of the joys of this collective program is the diversity of practices and personalities. Painters, illustrators, ceramicists, printmakers and sculptors have assembled a richly-designed carpet rolled out over the undulating Hinterland for you to wander along stopping wherever a studio takes your fancy. Many artists have spring gardens for you to wander through before you reach the studio. Others have stunning views. (Some even have cups of tea!) you can’t lose.

www.montvilleartgallery.com.au

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Charles mcGuire has an entry in this year’s sculpture on the edge

You’ll find a diversity of art on show when you visit artists in their studios

138 Main Street, Montville Opposite the ‘Village Green’ Open daily: 10 - 5 Phone: 5442 9211 www.montvilleartgallery.com.au


artists love visitors - so poke your head around the door of any of these 18 artists and be warmly welcomed with aCi Open studios

3 day dance and wellbeing workshop 20 - 22 OCTOBER - MALENY “Embodied Unity” – a synthesis of contemporary dance, chi gung, yoga & meditation with outstanding international dance & chi gung teacher Vangelis Legakis. Learn dance/ movement practices for wellbeing & embodiment. Nurture unity & harmony between body, emotions, mind & spirit. Joyous, meditative, transformative ALL WELCOME, NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE NEEDED PRICES FROM $390

Just follow the map from Landsborough or Conondale from the south, or at Kiel Mountain near Woombye from the east, through Maleny, Montville and Mapleton.

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so mark your diaries for both arts Connect inc. events:

sculpture on the edge: 9am-5pm daily from september 29 - October 25 spicers tamarind retreat 88 Obi Lane south, Maleny

Open studios: 10am – 4pm Queen’s birthday long weekend september 30 – October 1/2 and October 7/8

tamara Kirby and Corrie Wright working on their entry for the exhibition at spicers

Spicers Tamarind Retreat 88 Obi Land South, Maleny

29 Sept - 24 Oct 9am to 5pm daily, free entry

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Special open studio events in conjuction with Sculpture on the Edge September 30, October 1-2 & 7-8

More info at: www.artsconnectinc.com.au

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akadu’ K – an artist ’s perspective

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ALENy LOCAL, Peter Hudson and four other renowned Australian artists travelled to Kakadu in the Northern Territory to participate in an artist’s camp. As it has since transpired, it is the same site where recently found artefacts show that Aboriginal people have lived in Australia for 65,000 years 18,000 years longer than previously estimated. Born in the Northern Territory, Mike Mitchell, Director of Mitchell Fine Art, organised the trip to showcase to these artists some of the most exquisite landscape that Australia has to offer. It also provided the opportunity for them to connect with the world’s oldest living culture. Travelling to western Arnhem Land the group spent time with traditional owners and their families exploring the country, visiting rarely seen rock art and scenery, and learning about the area and the immense significance of country for the local Aboriginal people. What followed was a week of plein air painting (French for painting outdoors) in and around

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Arnhem Land. It resulted in a body of work that is an immediate reaction to the landscape, a painterly response to the experiences and observations of the world’s oldest culture in a place unchanged over thousands of years. Sitting on a rocky outcrop overlooking a billabong, as a three metre crocodile leisurely cruises past, evokes images of a lifestyle and culture that goes beyond recorded memory. Rock art that depicts Thylacines (Tasmanian Tigers), ceremony and the mail plane from the 1930s shows a pictorial history of the area. This all had a profound effect of this group of artists, including Steve Lopes, Euan Macleod, Franck Gohier and Christine Christophersen and is reflected in the artworks produced. The exhibition ‘Kakadu’ is showing at Mitchell Fine Art, 86 Arthur St Fortitude Valley, Brisbane until September 23. The gallery can be followed on Facebook or Instagram or sign up to the gallery's mailing list via www.mitchellfineartgallery.com.

Below: You’ll find scenes of Kakadu in Brisbane this month at an exhibition including work by local, Peter Hudson

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balcony Over Jerusalem

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By david Grossman

By John lyons

by Bruce Whatley

Despite the title of this book, it is not going to make you laugh. It is a compulsive and harrowing read about Jewish history, the dysfunctional nation of Israel and its people, where the political is heartbreakingly personal. The narrative covers two hours of a stand-up comic's routine, albeit an unusual one where Dovaleh Greenstein spews forth the horrors that have comprised his life. This is a Winner story of bone deep pain, of grief, loss 2017 and a country that has lost its way. Man Booker A story of lies, betrayal, treachery, International survival and guilt. It is about Prize recognising the value of a human life and soul that has undergone such suffering. It is a short book which encapsulates what it is to be human, the nature of relationships, politics and trauma. Highly recommended as a book you need to read although it may not be what you want to read.

Balcony Over Jerusalem is a fascinating personal journey through the wonders and dangers of the Middle East by Australian journalist, John Lyons. From the sheer excitement of arriving in Jerusalem with his wife and eight-year-old son, to the fall of dictators and his gripping account of what it feels like to be taken by Egyptian soldiers. By telling the story of his family travelling through the region, this book is extremely readable and entertaining, full of both humour and colour. It is sometimes dazzling in its detail, sometimes tragic. Lyons explains the Middle East through everyday life and experiences - his son's school, his wife's friends and his own dealings with a range of people over six years. A gripping memoir of life in Jerusalem from one of Australia's most experienced Middle East correspondents.

Ruben is a young boy surviving in a futuristic derelict city. He ventures out every day to find what he needs to survive but it is getting harder and harder. He has to go deeper and deeper into the heart of Block City. Escape is essential. Simple yet exquisite graphite pencil illustrations flood this 120page picture book which is very different for Whatley. This is Whatley at his purest and most refined. A must have picture book experience.

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yOuR MARKET GuIDE Bee boxes and still life at Montville

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ome up to beautiful montville for our Growers and makers market, saturday september 9, 7.30am-12, montville village Hall. We will be serving our famous pancake breakfast, selling fresh fruit and veg from the farm and handmade gis and treats. For this market local artist, Judith sinnamon, will be holding a still life painting children’s workshop, under the Young entrepreneurs tent. and local native Bee breeder, rodney nash, will be demonstrating how to split a native bee box. come and spend the morning with us!

PART OF THE HORIZON FESTIVAL Meet the Makers Market On 8am-2pm, September 2, celebrate creativity together, Forest Art Collective and Forest Heart Nursery - 20 Coral St, Maleny. Part of the Horizon Festival of Sunshine Coast, Ph: 5494 3642

EVERy FRIDAy, SATuRDAy & SuNDAy Maleny village artisan Food Market Maleny Village Artisan Food Market from 9am-4pm. In the heart of Maleny you will find local food, live music and more in a rustic garden setting. Follow on facebook. Monthly night market.

SATuRDAyS Hinterland Harvest Market A feast of Fresh Flavours, 7am to 12pm. Connecting real food with real people. Suncoast Church carpark, Kiel Mtn Rd, Woombye. Helen Langlois 0416 217 093 www.hinterlandharvestmarket.com.au

SuNDAyS Maleny art, craft and collectables Market 8am-2pm, Maleny RSL Hall, open rain, hail or shine - quality second hand books, vintage, antiques, art, handmade gifts and more. 0448 423 919

FIRST SATuRDAy OF THE MONTH crystal waters Market community-run, upcycled items, jewelry, organic veges, cakes, plants, honey, seedlings, hearty food, sourdough bakery, great coffee, live music and a warm welcome. 5494 4530

SECOND SATuRDAy OF THE MONTH

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RING THE KIDS for the jumping castle and face painting and prepare for a fun morning at the Witta Market this month. Join in 7.30 - 8.30am, and try Pilates for free. Space is limited, so book at 0421 983321, bring your mat or towel upstairs in the Old Witta School Hall. Walk-ins welcome to pop up and have a look or check out the information stall available downstairs. The market has been undergoing change and we are now able to include a number of new stalls selling bespoke, quality handcrafted goods. Luke's metalwork, gorgeous handbags by Michelle, beautiful hand-painted wooden gifts, quality knits and so much more. The two wonderful ranges of organic seedlings from Crystal Waters, along with Theo and John with their herbs and beautiful and unusual tropicals. If you haven't met Claire yet, she makes wonderful petite cupcakes. A riot of colour and flavour, these are a hit with young and old.

witta growers Market: 7.30 - 12.00 Fresh local vegetables; local cheese, meat & eggs; preserves; quality organic nuts & seeds; seafood; seedlings & plants; great take-away & more! New stall-holders & all visitors welcome. 5435 8154

9 AM - 4 PM LO LOCAL FOOD MARKET IN THE HEART RT OF MALENY EVERY FRI, SAT & SUN

Art Craft Collectables Clothes Books CDs Candles Fruit & Veg, Food, Coffee, Cake & More Buskers welcome on the grass, Stall Holders welcome whether one-off or regular

QuARTERLy Mooloolah valley community centre -Four season Markets 43 Bray Road Mooloolah 8am to 1pm Spring Market 10th Sept then Summer/ Christmas Market 9th Decemeber. New Stall holders welcome Info at 5494 7822 or E: info@mooloolahcommunitycentre.org

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Suzanne will be there with her teas, tisanes and divine soy candles and of course all the regulars including: The Naked Carrot fresh produce; Hinterland Organics nuts, seeds, dried fruit and tempeh; The German Bakehouse; Sweet Spot Honey; Buffalo milk soaps; Stanley River Seafood; Barambali Farm organic meat; Chris's pineapples and mulch hay; Taylor's olives; Jamie's pies and pastries; cakes and the Lion's Club BBQ. Pete will be there furiously making coffee and we ask all to join us for a fun-filled social day. Dogs, kids, oldies, young 'uns all welcome. See you on Saturday 16 from 7.30!

Open Hail Rain or Shine OVER 30 regular undercover STALLS

Montville growers and Makers Market 7.30am-noon, Piping hot pancakes, buskers, genuine locally grown food, handmade craft, barista made coffee, under historic fig trees, profits maintain our Village Hall. Judith: 0490 374 903

THIRD SATuRDAy OF THE MONTH

look out for school holiday fun, september 16 at Witta market

LIVE MUSIC EVERY WEEKEND @ NOON !"#$%&""#'!()* NOW OPEN 7 DAYS The Taco Shack | Owens Curry Hut the maleny pie guy | Soul about Sushi Pallet Life Garden Café

RUSTIC AND FUNKY GARDEN SETTING

MONTHLY M O TH FRIDAY NIGHT MARKET WITH LIVE MUSIC 3rd friday of the month

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Mungo MacCallum

A quiet week I

T WAS A RELATIVELy peaceful week for Malcolm Turnbull. He had a few things to do: he re-announced a feasibility study into his over-the-horizon plans for Snowy 2.0 and spoke severely to electricity retailers who promised him that they would wrote letters to their customers in three or four months, and if the punters absolutely insisted, they would find ways of overcharging them not so much, at least for the moment. He dropped in on the west to try and stop the citizens of Kalgoorlie from drinking too much and gave the beleaguered Sandgropers a bit of a gee up. And as always there was Kim Jong un to berate in almost Shorten-esque terms, and a new front in the Philippines for the war on terror. But because there was not much real action from the government, the side issues predominated, and that meant same sex marriage and the voluntary public survey. On this, Turnbull has, as he promised, kept a low (indeed, almost subsonic) presence. He has not actually campaigned for a yes vote; the most that can be claimed is that he is clearly in favour of it, at least for himself and his wife. But more importantly, and disappointingly, he has signally failed to slap down the mendacious nonsense already emanating from the No campaign. Some of his ministers – Simon Birmingham, George Brandis and Christopher Pyne, to name the most prominent – have put their heads above the parapet but our fearless leader is apparently busy in the trenches, attempting to dig his way out of trouble. He is happy to mumble about the need for an open debate, and even if some misleading and hurtful things might be said, well, that’s free speech. Perhaps it is; but that has not always been his position. Compare and contrast, as a more bolder and robust leader once used to say, Turnbull’s performance on election night 2013. Then he was incandescent with rage over what he saw as an outrageous lie.. Bill Shorten’s Mediscare campaign was almost too awful to mention, but he mentioned it loudly and often, ranting and raving about the need for truth in politics. But times change; now, it appears, there is to be open slather, it is entirely legitimate to slander, defame, humiliate and offend the LGBTIQ community and their children in the name of – well, what? It is still not entirely clear where we are going, and why. What is becoming apparent is that the opponents of same sex marriage have reserved the right to ignore the plebiscite altogether if it doesn’t go their way. There are two get out clauses. The first is that if the yes vote gets up, it will be up to a private member – not the government of the day – to move a bill to implement it. A free vote will eventually ensue, but according to the conservatives, that means that the whole issue will be a clean slate – the so-called plebiscite for which they fought so tenaciously will be regarded as irrelevant. They will vote against same sex marriage anyway, just as they always intended. But long before that point, there will be endless attempts to amend any legislation to give exemptions from any new law to protect religious freedom – by which they actually mean religious privilege. And Turnbull, it appears, is happy to go along with their machinations and procrastinations.

Anything to avoid taking a real stand –anything to avoid revisiting the Malcolm Turnbull who once held serious beliefs and convictions. And perhaps it is just as well, when you think back to his election night outburst. This was arrogant, petulant and utterly inappropriate and seriously unlovable – but it was authentic. We saw a glimpse of the real Malcolm, and we didn’t like what we saw. The urbane lawyer was suddenly naked, stripped of the briefs painstakingly prepared for him by the conservatives of the party room and the timorous spin doctors in his office, and he let it all hang out. Restraint, control, the moderation that had become his hallmarks were swept aside in a moment of passionate rage. It has been completely different to his demeanour in parliament, in which the confected outrage about Shorten – the socialist, the Stalinist, the most dangerous lefty in generations -- is patently unconvincing. And deservedly so, because the messages it is intended to convey are totally contradictory. On the one hand we are warned that Shorten will destroy civilisations we know it, but on the other we are assured that nothing Shorten says can be believed – so presumably it doesn’t matter how radical his policies are, they won’t actually happen. unsurprisingly, the opposition sees the government’s campaign as risible; more worryingly, the polls suggest that the voters agree with the assessment and Turnbull’s own troops are showing major signs of bedwetting. The answer, according to the primitives of Newscorp, is to lurch even further to the right to try and shore up the dwindling band of ageing reactionaries who are considered the Liberal Party’s base. These are, we are assured, the silent majority – presumably silent because most of them are dead. But, as delcons keep telling us, Turnbull is not one of them, never has been and never will be. In other words, he should act in an even phonier fashion than he already does in the hope that, finally, bullshit may baffle brains and the public mainstream will succumb to this transparent artifice. The alternative is that he could try and revert to the old Malcolm; go a little further than merely refurbishing the leather jacket and becoming serious about climate change and same sex marriage. But even if he did (and he obviously won’t) it would be too little too late; after two years of recantation and denial another backflip would be seen not as sincerity but desperation – just another tactic to turn the polls around before the fateful 30th Newspoll that will blow what credibility he has left out of the water. The ugly truth is that Malcolm Turnbull is caught between the swamp and the cesspool: people have stopped listening to him now, but if he changes, they may like him even less. It may have been a quiet week during the break from parliament, but one short break does not make a spring, and this one has definitely not been a long time in politics. And now it's time for Malcolm Turnbull to get back to parliament and the relentless quicksand which continues to engulf him.

The views expressed in Mungo's column are his and not necessarily the views of the HT team.

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HE MALENy APEx Club is proud to present the Maleny Apex Dog Race on September 10 from 8am, at the main oval, Maleny Showgrounds. Come and enjoy a day of family fun with loads of activities for the kids, including the obligatory jumping castle and plenty of great food and refreshments. Visit the entry tent to buy tickets to compete - $5 entry per race - with the proceeds going to local students through Roadcraft Driver Ed. The day features the Maleny Vet Services K9 and the Cup and ute Jump. NO DANGEROuS BREEDS admitted. The Maleny Apex Dog race aims to celebrate the contribution of dogs to Maleny’s farming past, and bring together the varied facets of the Maleny community through the uniting factor of ‘man’s best friend’. Proceeds from the day go to help fund sending every Maleny High School student to the two-day driver education programme ‘ROADCRAFT’. The program offers a terrific day out with loads of activities for dogs and humans alike! Races to run and watch, displays, live music and more… A maximum of 15 dogs will compete in each heat. The races are approximately 80m (unless otherwise stated) and The dog that crosses the finish line first will be declared the winner, irrespective of the route taken or other canine interference! A prize presentation will follow the final of each event, and any dog may compete in as many races for which it is eligible, however, may only win ONE first prize on the day. In the event of a dog taking first position previously, they will be passed over for the next “runner up”. There is certain information everyone needs to know about, to ensure a safe and happy day: unless within the race compound, dogs must be kept on a leash AT ALL TIMES; all entrants compete at their own risk; during the running of races, spectators are asked to remain outside the orange barricade, and owners must ensure their dog has access to water. Patrons are to be considerate of one another and remember the race organisers accept no responsibility for the actions of patrons or their dogs throughout the day. So bring your four-legged friend and let those paws thunder to win a race!

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9.45am

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10.00am

Mega-MOngreLs (any dog 30.1kg and over)

10.15am

racing babies (any dog 1 year and younger)

10.30am

‘tweenie staKes (any dog 13 months to 9 years)

10.45am

gOLden OLdies (any dog over 9 years)

11.00am

tHe Main event - tHe MaLeny vet K-9 cUP (for working dogs and their crosses)

11.15am

Ladies dasH (any female dog)

11.30am

gentLedOg sPrints (any male dog)

11.45am

Fastest dOg On tHe HiLL (open slather –anything goes)

12.00pm

HOUnd and its HUMan – FasHiOns On tHe FieLd

12.15pm

Ute JUMPing (for all those fenceclimbing, athletic types)

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N THE WATER, four mornings a week at 5.15am, training in the dark; add to that two gym sessions, blisters, two rowing camps, balancing senior high school work loads and other sports, this group of dedicated young women have rowed countless kilometres together on the Nerang River at Southport this winter. For Mapleton's Aurora Johnston and Holly Balch, training starts in Term 2, building into Term 3 where six regattas are held at Wyaralong Dam, near Beaudesert.

ultimate rowing event for the Brisbane Schoolgirls’ Rowing Association. The girls were delighted to be presented with medals for third place. At the Ammonite Dinner that night all the crew were congratulated, and the school celebrated their first ever win of the Head of the River trophy for the First VIII at St Hilda's School, in 104 years of rowing.

the senior iV: daisy Gray, locals Holly Balch and aurora Johnston with ellie solway won third place at the Head of the river

The last regatta is the prestigious Head of the River, where ten schools compete in the

PLAY BADMINTON

New club Hinterland Hawks

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INTERLAND HAWKS Softball Club are recruiting now for an under 10 team and a Junior team (both are mixed boys and girls) into the relevant competitions, as well as the Men's and Ladies' competitions. The mighty Hawks are making a call out to all those interested in playing - male or female, experienced or total novice, from five years to 105, all are welcome. you can play, umpire, score, coach or be the head of the cheer squad - no matter the participation, all are very welcome. Sponsors too!

AMBOuR BADMINTON Club's Social Session on Tuesday mornings 9 -11.30am is seeking new players aged 18 to 80, any ability. Equipment is provided. Morning tea is also provided. Wear comfortable sports clothes and non-marking shoes. There is plenty of off-street parking. Drive in beside the bus shelter opposite Qld Transport on Coronation Ave. your first time will cost you $5. It's for fun and exercise and to make new friends. If you have played tennis or squash, you should pick up badminton fairly easily. Contact Eunice 54485575 or email paulett@powerup.com.au or just turn up. There is also a Monday morning social session commencing at 9am.

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This year, 2017/2018 summer season (beginning in October), the Suncoast Hinterland Softball Association are playing all adult games on week nights at the grounds at Glenview. The junior competition will also be mostly played Thursday or Friday early evenings, while overflow games (depending on how many teams play this season) may need to be played Saturday mornings - all at the same venue. People can find us on facebook and instagram or they can text or phone Tez on 0410 772 872.

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Delius CONCERT Saturday 14th Oct

CONCERT Sunday 15th Oct

Time:

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2:30PM

Venue: Majestic Theatre 3 Factory St, Pomona

2 PM

Venue: Flaxton Gardens Restaurant 313-327 Flaxton Dr, Flaxton

Bridge

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CONCERT 1 Date: Time: Venue:

Sunday 8thbox October Cash only office:2017 2:30PM Eden Cupcakes All Saints Anglican Church, 1/184 Main St MONTVILLE. 26-30 Byangum Rd, Murwillumbah NSW 2484 (Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun ONLY)

CONCERT 2

Date: Saturday 14th October 2017 Time: 2:30PM Venue: Majestic Theatre 3 Factory St, Pomona QLD 4568

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Montville, Flaxton & Mapleton The Narrows Escape Rainforest Retreat • 5478 5000 National & international award-winning 4.5 star hosted accommodation. Airport transfers. Narrows Road; www.narrowsescape.com.au Montville Country Cabins • 5442 9484 396 Western Ave, Montville. Perfect for a relaxed & romantic escape. www.montvillecabins.com.au Secrets on the Lake • 5478 5888 Luxurious treehouse accommodation with spectacular views of Lake Baroon. Fireplaces, relaxing double spas, spoil someone special- perfect for your romantic getaway. Narrows Road, Montville. www.secretsonthelake.com.au Luxury English Manor In Flaxton – Flaxton Gardens • 5445 7450 A magnificent three storey manor with English style gardens, swimming pool, pool table and gazebo. Sleeps 16 and is ideal for family getaways. Fully equipped for selfcatering. Minimum 3 days stays. Kondalilla Eco Resort • 5445 7650 This unique eco resort is located on the property adjacent to the magnificent Kondalilla National Park. The Resort boasts 23 fully self-contained Bush Cottages, Treehouses and Villas all nestled within the rainforest. Catering for couples, families, and groups. A resort where you can truly relax, recharge and experience nature.

Maleny Artisan Spa Views • 5494 4222 Bed & Breakfast suites & self-contained penthouse. 475 Maleny-Kenilworth Road, Witta, Maleny www.artisanspaviews.com.au Hotel Maleny • 5494 2013 Overnight classic pub style accommodation in the heart of town. Offering several types of rooms to suit your needs. Fully self contained luxurious 4 bedroom house which sleeps up to 12 people also available. www.malenyhotel.com.au Maleny Terrace Cottages • 5435 2569 Boutique accommodation, beautiful rainforest gardens, pool, wedding gazebo with views. Walk to The Terrace Seafood Restaurant. Perfect getaway for couples,1 night stays available. www.malenyterracecottages.com.au Maleny Tropical Retreat B&B • 5435 2113 540 Maleny-Montville Road. Offers something different from the traditional Bed & Breakfast accommodation. www.malenytropicalretreat.com Spicers Tamarind Retreat • 5420 5420 Wake up to the gentle sounds of the rainforest in one of the most romantic and unique places in Australia. www.spicerstamarindretreat.com

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Hinterland Events January: Australia Day celebrations; Hinterland Wedding Summer Showcase; Maleny Film Festival; yandina Ginger Flower and Food Festival

acoustic guitarist at Finbars Maleny's awarded young jazz-blues singer/guitarist, Sam Shepherd, started playing guitar at the ripe old age of five. After hearing the applause Sam was hooked. years spent busking at markets enabled him to hone his craft and save for his first handmade guitar. In 2009 Sam graduated from Griffith university with a ‘Bachelor of Popular Music’. Since then he has worked and performed with some of the best musicians in the country, such as guitar virtuoso Michael Fix and Ian Perez (Wolfmother). In 2013 Sam was the opening act for 'Diesel' on the Sunshine Coast. See Sam 6.30pm, Friday September 22

Finbars host brett campbell Brett Campbell is an accomplished musician, singer, producer and songwriter. He has released many albums, most notably his six releases of music for children, and has achieved four semi-finalist awards in the uK Songwriting Contest. Brett plays over 200 shows a year throughout Australia and has twice toured the uS, as well as the uK. He has " all your favourites" in this September performance, and he is sure to get the audience involved with his familiar tunes. Whilst you are there, enjoy Jen's pizza! Hear Brett Campbell at Finbars, from 6.30pm, Friday September 29.

a French film night Filmed in Paris and the glorious French countryside, Things to Come focuses upon Nathalie, a middleaged teacher of philosophy who is academically, socially and economically successful. Then the takenfor-granted bedrock of marriage, family, employment and high regard start to crumble. Will Nathalie stay true to values and principles held for years or abandon them in the face of what life throws at her out of the blue? Things to Come, has won awards for best actor, best director and best foreign film at Film Festivals around the world. See this French drama, 7.15pm on September 9, doors open for dinner at 6-7pm. https://malenyfilmsociety.info

Local artists at the garden Judy Gravestein loves to paint the Australian bush and its birds, especially Blue Wrens, together with the Glasshouse. Lynn May (pictured work) enjoys painting any subject, her passion is the human form. With more than 20 years’ experience painting and teaching, exhibiting on the coast and Brisbane, Karen King loves the creativity and relaxation it brings. Peta Jervois is accomplished with design, mosaics, mixed media, print-making techniques, drawing and life drawing but had not really painted until recently. Her paintings reflect her journey and her love of light. See all the artists’ work at the Garden Maleny in September.

February: Montville: Flame Hill Grape Stomp april: Anzac Day Services; Kenilworth Cheese, Wine & Food Festival

Hotel Maleny host sunny coast rude boys

May: Maleny Wood Expo; Cross Country: Maleny Community Precinct; Maleny Hospital Auxiliary Fashion and Flowers June: Maleny Agricultural Show; Gardening on the Edge; Kenilworth Quilt & Craft Show; Sunshine Coast Agricultural Show; July: Maleny's Celebration of Books; Muscle on the Mountain Day; QLD Mx Nationals Motorcross: Conondale; Queensland Garden Expo; Lucas Parklands Music Festival; Village Wedding Expo Montville september: Mitchell Creek Rock n Blues Fest; Kenilworth ArtFest; Kenilworth Show and Rodeo; Lions Welcome Dinner: Maleny; Maleny Music Festival October: Mountain View Challenge; Heart of Gold Film Fest: Gympie; Blackall 100, Mapleton november: Mary River Festival; Heritage Day Celebration Palmwoods december: Christmas celebrations; Woodford Folk Festival

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Musicians from different musical backgrounds come together as good friends to have fun and play smooth ska and reggae beats. Eight-piece ska band playing 2Tone, reggae and ska covers from uB40, Madness, The Specials, The Skatellites, The Beat and more. If you like a night of dancing, be there on Saturday September 23 at 8.30pm, it will go off!


visual arts entertainment performance

Pilgrimage on show

an outstanding performance

Joanne Lane, a much-travelled, Brisbane-based photojournalist, whose candid and spontaneous photography concentrates on showing real people in real settings, will be the featured artist in the Reflection Gallery, Montville uniting Church, through September and October. This display features images from her experience walking the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage trail in Spain. Jo's documentary and lifestyle photographic work is designed to equip, empower and educate people to an awareness of the needs and concerns of various groups of people around the world especially the marginalised. She is a member of Visionaries, the network of Christian artists in South-East Queensland. The gallery is open 10am to 3pm each day.

dance and being in Maleny

a cocktail reception & concert

The sassy sounds of Brazil will light up the Mapleton Hall this month when Live Music Locally presents The View From Madeleine’s Couch. From gentle, romantic bossa novas and vintage sambas to the rhythmic baiao music of the northeast of the country, Ange West (vocals and percussion) and Kym Ambrose (vibraphone) will perform their very own awardwinning original music on September 16, from 7pm. Brazilian food will be on offer before the performance, and the event is ByO. Tea, coffee, chai and cake will be available for purchase for supper. To book please visit the Hall’s website at www.mapletonhall.org or call Tunji on 0468 544 077.

serious fruity fun for kids Outstanding international contemporary dance and qigong teacher, Vangelis Legakis, is coming to Queensland for the first time. Van will facilitate his ‘Embodied unity’ workshop, combining dance and energy work. This is an exquisite synthesis of dance, contact improvisation, qigong, yoga and meditation – joyous, meditative, healing and transformative. Vangelis integrates diverse contemporary dance methodologies with traditional eastern movement practices to nurture unity and harmony between body, emotions, mind and spirit. All welcome, no prior experience needed. Limited number of scholarships available on application. Maleny Showgrounds 20 –22 October 20-22, for info and bookings call 5435 2993 or visit http://tinyurl.com/danceandbeing

Outspoken presents

The Gold Coast Chamber Orchestra, a talented group of 22 string players, will be performing at Flaxton Gardens at 2pm on Sunday October 15, with a cocktail reception held after the concert. The programme, English Landscapes, has an emphasis on English composers such as Holt’s St Paul’s Suite and Benjamin Britten’s Simple Symphony. The orchestra has also commissioned a new work, Arethusa’s Watering, by 22 -year-old Brisbane composer, John Rotar. He has also composed works for The Australian Voices and is the Southern Cross Soloists’ Next Gen composer. This weekend of orchestral music is not to be missed.

Caloundra Regional Gallery presents some seriously fruity fun for kids during the September School holidays. From September 19-21, the gallery will provide free family-friendly art activities led by Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2017 finalist, Melbourne-based artist, Samuel Condon. Two session times per day. Tuesday 19 August: Let’s go bananas - create a banana still life masterpiece, Wednesday 20 August: Fruit Salad party - today becomes a crazy jamboree of tropical fruits! Wear your most colourful outfits and make some fruit salad art! Thursday 21 August: Pineapple express – let pineapples be the inspiration behind your masterful creations today! Between 10am - 12.30pm and 1.30 - 4pm daily, suitable for all ages, free, no bookings necessary.

if you love tenors, you must see tenori

Man Booker Prize-winning author Richard Flanagan in conversation with Steven Lang at Maleny Primary School on Thursday October 12, 5.30 for a 6.30 pm start. Richard Flanagan is the author of seven novels including the Man Booker Prize-winning The Narrow Road to the Deep North. In his new novel First Person Flanagan turns his attention to lies, crime and literature through the character Kif Kehlmann, a young and penniless writer. By turns compelling, comic and chilling, this is a haunting journey into the heart of our age. Book early! $20 or $15 for students, tickets available from www.outspokenmaleny.com

On October 15 the Maleny Arts Council have Tenori performing here, hot on the tail of their regional Australian tour. Tenori comprises three exciting tenors, who met internationally when all were members of the Ten Tenors. All three are known nationally and internationally for their beautiful tenor voices and also for their passionate and entertaining performances. They perform in major cities across Australia, but you can see them in Maleny at 2pm in the Maleny Community Centre. Tenori will perform songs from the worlds of Opera, Music Theatre and Swing, and premiere songs from their justreleased album of enduring classics, Timeless. Bring your friends and make this a glorious Sunday afternoon. HINTERLAND TIMES – SEPTEMBER 2017

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In the Wild Climate Change

with spencer shaw

What's in the Spotlight Horizon Festival program is out now Pick up a copy and explore more than 200 events across the Coast from August 25 – September 3. Immerse yourself in 10 arts-fuelled days of visual art, Þlm, performance, street art, comedy, music and new media, by local, national and international artists. Visit horizonfestival.com.au for details.

Art Prize exhibition opens The Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2017 exhibition opens on Thursday August 17 at Caloundra Regional Gallery. The 40 Þnalists in this year’s exhibition combine to create an outstanding display that reßects contemporary 2D arts practice in Australia. Winners will be announced on Thursday August 31. Visit council's gallery website for details.

Last chance to receive a discount Pay your rates by August 18 to receive a 5% discount on general rates, maximum of $100 each 6 months. There are a number of easy payment options listed on your rates notice. To check your balance, register for MyCouncil on council’s website.

Seniors Week August 19 – 27 Celebrate Sunshine Coast Seniors Week from August 19-27. With everything from Queensland Ballet dance workshops to high teas – there is something to suit everyone. Head to council’s website to view the events.

Wildßowers are blooming Come and explore our local wildßowers at the annual Sunshine Coast Wildßower Festival August 20 to September 3. Enjoy guided walks and activities in our bushland across the coast from Bribie Island to Lake Weyba with our local experts. View the full program on council’s website.

Applying for a grant? The Community and Environment Levy Grants Program offers funding to not-for-proÞt community organisations for projects that beneÞt the Sunshine Coast community. Applications are open now and close August 28. Visit council’s website for grant guidelines and links to online applications.

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OST OF uS ARE so new to this land, that we literally have no idea what any of those plants are that make up the landscape that adorns the hinterland. When I was fortunate to start working with the native forests about twenty-five years ago, the trick was where to start in working out what was what. Fortunately, there is an ever-growing range of books to assist in you learning more about our local, flora and fungi – a range we specialize in at Forest Heart Eco-Nursery. Recently I presented at the Subtropical Forest Ecology Course organized by Hinterland Bush Links at Bellthorpe, it’s great to see a growing community of people keen to learn more about their local flora and ecosystems I feel very fortunate to be able to participate in the cultural change that this signifies. Crucial to our living in this land is a need to learn more about it - to know, understand and empathize with our local ecosystems. The firsts people of this land have many tens of thousands of years of living with, understanding and being of this country. People lived within and were part of the native ecosystems. Ecosystem understanding was fundamental to day to day life. We need to remember and come back to this. We do not live outside of nature and we

Forest Heart Local native Plant nursery 20 Coral St, Maleny Phone: 5435 2193

are very much part of and dependent on nature. When we think we are separate, that’s when things can start to fall apart. Before I get carried away on too much of a philosophical tangent – where was I? Oh yes learn more about your local flora, fauna, fungi and land management! Come and have a chat for great advice on local plants, native gardens, revegetation and regeneration. If you haven’t already, you can also join our Friends of Forest Heart and get our enewsletter with regular updates on workshops, books and plants. Just visit our web site www.forestheart.com.au and subscribe. The trick to learning more about your local flora (that I realized long ago) is you can’t learn everything in the first week, be happy that with hard work and dedication you may only learn one or two new plants a week, for the first few months, then hopefully the momentum builds like a snowball and you’re an amateur botanist in no time at all, well maybe a few years… After a few weeks break for holidays and renovations were open again as of the 1st of September and crossing fingers for a bit of rain to help get spring plantings of to a great start, see you soon!

Never a Dull Moment

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uGuST WAS A BuSy month for Barung members and others committed to our wonderful environment. The annual Wildflower Festival provided an opportunity to enjoy guided walks in our conservation reserves and national parks and to discover many hidden jewels. Not all wildflower displays are confined to Western Australia! Three inspiring speakers at the Sunshine Coast Conservation Forum suggested to us a variety of ways to engage young people in environmental activities and have fun at the same time; and of the support provided to international park rangers who often work in very dangerous situations. Then there was Tim Low, an expert in writing about nature conservation in a style accessible to all readers. His most recent book ‘Where Song Began: Australia’s Birds and How They Changed the World’ is well worth reading. We have an amazing diversity of bird life compared with the northern

hemisphere; very much linked to the structure and diversity of our native flowers. The Noosa Wallum Festival completed August activities but check the Barung website for activities in September. There will also be displays, talks and a plant sale at Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Garden on September 9th and later in the month the annual spring Native Flower Show and Plants Sale at Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens. This is an opportunity to learn even more about our local plants and perhaps find something to add to your garden. In the meantime, it is still dry but the bottlebrushes have been flowering and many nectar feeders from tiny Scarlet Honeyeaters to much larger Little Friar Birds have been enjoying the bounty. Small parties of Scrub Wrens have been checking out the flowers of ground cover grevilleas and looking for insects in the leaf litter.

Maintaining a dense, low layer of plants, preferably with at least a scattering of prickly foliage, is really important for these vulnerable ground feeders. Dense, layered habitat will definitely favour the small birds. Just avoid being too tidy.

Barung native Plant nursery Phone 5494 3151

Porters Lane Nursery opening times: Wednesday - Friday - 9am -3pm, Saturday 9am - 12pm

Have your say on Maroochy River Council is seeking community feedback on proposed options for renewing the Maroochy River entrance groyne Þeld. Over coming weeks, community information sessions will be held across the Coast in Maleny, Nambour, Coolum, Maroochydore and Caloundra. Visit council’s website for full details.

Landscapes with LOORS LANDSCAPING Before and After

... landscaping the Range for the past 26 years

Celebrations are ramping up Get involved with the Sunshine Coast’s 50th Anniversary celebrations. Upcoming highlights include, From the Mountains to the Sea exhibition from July 8 to August 19 and the Festival of Community Halls, August to September. Visit council's website for the full program of events.

Over the next couple of months we are going to share some before and after shots that hopefully will inspire your green thumbs. This area was not only inaccessible but was also a headache to maintain. Now with steps for easy access from the main dwelling and a deck with an inbuilt fire pit this area now provides and extensive entertainment area that takes advantage of a beautiful coastal view.

Council meetings Ordinary Meeting 9am 17 August, Nambour 07 5475 7272 mail@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

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blackall range woodcrafters guild At the recent Annual General Meeting of the Blackall Range Woodcrafters Guild, John Muller was re-elected as President, with Greg McCosker Vice President, Graham Beaumont Secretary, Dave Edmond Assistant Secretary, Brian Harris Treasurer with Lindsay Thomas and Julie Breen sharing the position of Assistant Treasurer. The Guild’s shed is situated at the Montville Sports Ground, approximately three kilometres on the Maleny side of Montville and is open six mornings a week. New members are always welcome. The daily activities are as follows:- Mondays – general activities, Tuesdays – wood turning and carving, Wednesdays – general workshop and toys, Thursdays – furniture and joinery, Fridays – general activities, Saturdays – general activities and demonstrations.

skate and bMX plan a ‘ripper’ Skaters, BMxers and scooter riders across the Coast will be “stoked” after Sunshine Coast Council endorsed an

updated Sunshine Coast Skate and BMx Plan 2011-2021 which guides the size, features, style and location of each facility across the region. Community Portfolio Councillor Jenny McKay said, “The plan outlines the development and management of our network for the next five years,” Cr McKay said. “Our ongoing challenge for our skate and BMx network is to maintain an adequate level of provision, service and maintenance across each facility. “The plan is an important document as it provides a facility condition audit report, a benchmarking analysis and a range of recommendations for our regional skate and BMx network for the next five years.” The plan includes recommendations for 25 parks, covering Beerwah, Eudlo, Kenilworth. Landsborough, Maleny, Mapleton, Mooloolah, Nambour and Palmwoods.

Pre 1980s photos wanted

showcase the Sunshine Coast’s history of leisure, sport and recreation through the lens of a camera. “We would love to see pre-1980s photos of people swimming, surfing, sailing, playing cricket in the backyard, dancing, sand castle competitions, team sports and more.” Winners will not only be credited in the calendar, they will also receive a canvas of their winning entry, five copies of the 2018 calendar to share with family and friends and an invitation to the calendar launch event. Entries close at 5pm, Monday, September 25. To enter, heritage images can be submitted online or in person through Sunshine Coast Libraries or Council Customer Contact Centres. Photographs must be owned by the entrant. Visit Council ’s website at: www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au and search ‘heritage calendar’ for details on how to enter and terms and conditions.

Entries for the Playtime – 2018 Heritage Calendar open now and Council is inviting the community to dig out old pre-1980 photo albums in search of their favourite photos depicting our region at play. Heritage Portfolio Councillor, Rick Baberowski, said the calendar was an opportunity for the community to

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HEN I FIRST discovered arboriculture in its technical form 21 years ago, I had a humble vision – to become Maleny’s tree gardener. Humble, that is, compared to my other dreams of Rock super-stardom, or world domination, or a combination of both. I feel like I have achieved that goal some years ago, and now we manage the trees of the Plateau much like you or your gardener manage your Hydrangeas and Azaleas. using modern climbing techniques and vertical access equipment we prune, shape, and if necessary remove, these woody giants. We have also moved to battery technology, so most of our cutting tools are now either electric or hand powered, extremely sharp Japanese and European equipment, making for a quieter, less polluting operation.

I have taken on an amazing young man, Jackson, who has been training and working with me for 7 years. His work ethic and safety consciousness are second to none, and I have begun to let him lead an incredible team of young people to tackle some of our work. I often hear disparaging remarks about young people, but if our team is anything to go by, our future is in good hands. Check out the trees as you turn into Balmoral lookout. On your left is a beautiful Brown, or Plum, Pine, Podocarpus elatus, covered in fresh new light-green shots, and a red-flowering Tree Waratah, Alloxylon flammeum. Simply stunning!

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Community saves Bunya tree

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FEW MONTHS AGO, it was announced in the Hinterland Times that Mapleton State School would sadly have to remove a large Bunya tree in the grounds, due to expensive annual maintenance costs and large falling Bunya nuts causing a public liability hazard to passers-by. However, the school reached out to the community to find a way to save this important Aboriginal symbol of abundance on the Blackall Range. Mapleton State School is now very happy to announce that a combined working group, made up of representatives from the school, parents, Steve Irwin Way Forest Group and Nambour community members have found a solution.

The Outdoor Education Centre, Queensland Baptists’ QCCC Mapleton, have kindly offered to harvest the nuts annually in November, with the help of a cherry-picker (donated by JC Hire) that the Mapleton and District Community Association (MADCA) use to install the Christmas lights in the same month. This combination of community-mindedness and generosity means the tree will stand for many years to come, a constant reminder of what we can achieve when we work together to care for things. The staff, parents and students from Mapleton State School are truly grateful to everyone involved in saving the Bunya tree.

andrew Grant QCCC director, school Captains Georgia and Bryce, mapleton Principal Julianne emmert

Everything Must GO!

Maleny Meals On Wheels

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J.Glasscock, T.Dansie, R.Blackburn, D.Somerville

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B.Crozier, P.McLennan, B/G.Diefenbach

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M/D.Cole, y.Richards, M.Closkey

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J.Proctor, S.Grundon, S.Stockwell, K.Lanphier

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S.Carn, A.Wilson, C.O’Neill, R.Groves

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B.Clayton,, P.Perisic, G.Carson, M.Foster

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L.Gemmell, S.Johns, G.Keating, A. Stirrett

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P/V.Weaver, J/L.Tilley

Community Wild Dog Baiting Program September 2017

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B/J.Whan, N.Cook, S.Svenson

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M.Allen Waters, B.Perry, M/R.Cock

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J.Allison, F.Stevens, B/T.Feenstra

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M.Foster, M.Marshall, R/K.Howell

Sunshine Coast Council in partnership with Biosecurity Queensland is supporting a community based coordinated Wild Dog Baiting Program. Failure to control wild dogs can result in livestock losses, attacks on domestic pets and the loss of native fauna.

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The Wild Dog Baiting Program will be held throughout Bald Knob, Beerburrum, Beerwah,

For more information please contact: Sunshine Coast Council T 07 5475 7272 F 07 5475 7277 E mail@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

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Landholders have a legislative responsibility to control declared pests on their land and participation in this program is an effective way to help meet this responsibility.

Belli Park, Bells Creek, Cambroon, Coolabine, Conondale, Crohamhurst, Curramore, Eerwah Vale, Elaman Creek, Gheerulla, Kenilworth, Kidaman Creek, Landsborough, Peachester, Reesville, Valdora, Witta, Yandina Creek areas from 4-30 September 2017.


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• Spacious home over 2 levels – freshly painted inside and out – nothing to do but enjoy! • Gourmet kitchen with stone tops, quality appliances and dishwasher • Cosy timber log fire to the formal living area with raked ceilings • 5 or 6 bedrooms depending on your preference for layout! • External access work from home office/business potential as well! • Wrap around verandahs with entertaining areas for all aspects with decks to the upper level – glorious views! • Sparkling new plunge pool and sun deck on the northern side of the home!

• Large outdoor pizza oven and awesome cubby house for the little ones as well! • Fully fenced, landscaped grounds with chook run, working vegetable and herb gardens, fruit orchard • 3508m2 allotment – 2 sealed entry driveways – 2 large lock up sheds/garages bed: 5 bath: 2 garage: 7 Land size: 3,508m2 Price: Offers Over $615,000 contact: 0447 737 737 agency: re/MaX Hinterland 07 5408 4220 2/10 Maple st, Maleny Qld 4552

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• Quiet and peaceful location, the home is set in just over 3 acres of lush gardens • Large open plan living and dining areas with soaring raked timber ceilings • Cooks kitchen with granite benchtops and splashbacks, updated appliances • Large combustion stove set in brick feature wall complete with timber mantlepiece • Master bedroom suite with full ensuite and compact combustion stove will keep it cosy in the winter months • Study/office or library room off the entry • Two additional bedrooms with timber door built-in wardrobes • Family bathroom with shower, bath and vanity • One bedroom studio with separate

lounge, ideal for guest accommodation or a work from home office • Wrap around verandah and lock up garage that can be easily converted to a double lock up garage – garden shed and dam also! • A vast array of mature trees and gardens surround the home in this tranquil setting! bed: 4 bath: 2 garage: 1 Land size: 3.16 ac Price: Offers Over $775,000 contact: 0447 737 737 agency: re/MaX Hinterland 07 5408 4220 2/10 Maple st, Maleny Qld 4552

European infused ... Mountain View masterpiece

This grand residence on a 2108m2 parcel supremely positioned in Maleny’ s dress circle Mountain View Road, exudes magnificence and opulence on a scale that will take your breath away. From the expansive rooftop terrace showcasing spectacular views of the Glass House Mountains and beyond, to its 12metre luxurious heated indoor swimming pool…this estate is in a class of its own. Custom built by current owners in 2002, and offered to the market for the very first time, the sheer size and scale will not fail to impress. Over three levels, the home presents with

six bedrooms, five bathrooms, powder rooms, granite kitchen and kitchenettes, formal and casual living areas, circular portico, palatial entry with sweeping double staircase and wrought iron balustrade, study, reading rooms, conservatory, cellar and much more… agent: Melinda Martin contact: 0497 550 161 view: saturdays and by appointment agency: ray white Maleny Ph: 07 5499 9966 1/5 Maple st, Maleny QLd 4552 HINTERLAND TIMES – SEPTEMBER 2017

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R EDWIN KRuyS certainly proved that the health section is widely read - both in print and online. His article last month on medical marijuana stirred many expletives that reflect the frustration of individuals and families when trying to access treatment for conditions like chronic pain and cancer. Comments that aren't abusive will be approved for the HT website this month. His article does reflect the position of Queensland Health, medical and scientific colleges, and the clear safety rules in Australia and in many overseas countries about thoroughly testing medicinal products before doctors can and will prescribe these.

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Wendy Hayes told us that: The personal experience of a considerable proportion of the Australian population contrasts with some of Dr Edwin Kruys’ statements regarding adverse effects from cannabis. Many benefit from use of cannabis in treatment of their diverse medical conditions, including chronic pain, with few significant downsides, apart from criminality and expense. Cannabis legalization in overseas jurisdictions has been followed by overall harm reduction, including fewer deaths from opioid overdose, reduced overall opioid prescribing, and lower numbers of deaths from car accidents. We have had many thousands of years to recognize harms arising from cannabis use; it appears to be one of the safest substances regularly used by humans for medicinal purposes. It is indeed desirable for health professionals to provide their patients with useful advice regarding sensible use of cannabis in medicine. And from Tania:

They talk about tolerance, dependency, and side effects of marijuana use. What about the tolerance, dependency and side effects of conventional prescription drugs?? After being diagnosed with a chronic pain syndrome in 2007, I can tell you that I have experienced all of these things from the drugs Doctors have prescribed. It is fitting this month, that Dr Kruys chose to talk about deprescribing and Marisa Kliese asks us to "heed the clarion call" and do our own research about issues impacting on our health: Our understanding of GMO’s, mandatory vaccinations, and treatment options for serious conditions is vital, and the information is there, we just need to look for it. The trouble is the “benefits” of some options are loudly broadcast and the dangers are not. And in this month's Health, Wellness and Beauty, the Range Community Gym in Mapleton invite you to their next strength training course, podiatrist Ben Stasiak offers dry needling and foot mobilisation, and Wendy Rosenfeldt tells us a way to make it easier to 'share the love'….

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ATIONAL STROKE WEEK is September 4-10. The FAST test is an easy way to recognise and remember the signs of stroke. using the FAST test involves asking these simple questions: • Face Check their face. Has their mouth drooped? • Arm Can they lift both arms? • Speech Is their speech slurred? Do they understand you? • Time Time is critical. If you see any of these signs, call 000 immediately.

• Every 10 minutes an Australian will have a stroke. • Stroke is one of Australia’s most common cause of death and a leading cause of disability. • One in six people will have a stroke in their lifetime. • Stroke kills more women than breast cancer and more men than prostate cancer. • 65 per cent of those living with stroke also suffer a disability that impedes their ability to carry out daily living activities unassisted. https://strokefoundation.com.au


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Medication: sometimes less is more

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T IS GOOD to review long-term medications regularly with your doctor. Over time the need for a certain treatment may change, for example when getting older or more ill. Sometimes symptoms have stabilised or resolved, the treatment is not working anymore or adverse effects outweigh the benefits. Other reasons for a medication review are recurrent falls, confusion, increasing frailty and end-of-life situations. Many medical conditions require treatment with multiple drugs. This increases the risk of adverse effects and interactions and reducing the dose or amount of medications can be beneficial. Apart from the health benefits, cutting back on the number of tablets also saves costs. ‘Deprescribing’ is the process of reducing unnecessary medications and should be considered as part of a

regular medication review. It is usually done as a trial, by carefully tapering the dose, one medicine at a time. Assistance by a doctor is recommended as deprescribing may cause temporary withdrawal effects. Close monitoring may be needed and not all medications can be stopped. Research into deprescribing has mainly been done in elderly people taking multiple drugs. I believe it is not unreasonable to apply the same principles to younger people, even if they are on a smaller amount of longterm medications. I always find it rewarding when we manage to reduce the amount or dose of someone’s medications and most of my patients seem to be equally pleased. Sometimes less is more. Dr Edwin Kruys works at Ochre Health Medical Centres in Maleny

Tim and Mary Bagshaw

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Ayurvedic Health Advice to Suit You beauty is on the eye of the beholder

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MAPLETON ~ MONTVILLE ~ MALENY ~ IMBIL

5478 6600 Discover why there’s no need to struggle with your hearing. One in six australians is struggling with their hearing - having difficulty hearing clearly at social events, participating in discussions at work, holding conversations with family and friends and even watching television. The problem increases when there’s distracting background noise or music. Despite all of this making everyday life quite challenging, over two thirds choose to do nothing about their hearing problems and, for emotional reasons, won’t even consider investigating whether hearing aids could help them. So, why is this? The main reason is the fear that hearing aids will be visible and conspicuous. connect Hearing Maleny has been servicing the local community every week for more than 10 years. The friendly team of hearing care professionals provides an unmatched depth of knowledge, experience and expertise in hearing care and provides their clients with the very best solutions in services and technology. Have all your questions relating to hearing loss answered by visiting Connect Hearing - the clinic is in Maleny every Tuesday.

Phone 5453 4199 to make an appointment with a hearing care professional for a free hearing assessment or to book a risk-free trial of the latest hearing technology. Connect Hearing is located in the maleny medical Centre, which is between the Pharmacy and the newsagent at 25 maple street. look for the orange Connect Hearing flag. 52

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OW WE PERCEIVE the world depends on how we feel inside. Wendy Rosenfeldt Countless people learn Transcendental Meditation and report that they appreciate their partner, family and friends more than before. They say it is easier to see the good in them rather than focusing on their negative characteristics. One reason for this is that when we are happier and feel less stressed, we are less bothered by the surrounding environment. When we are uptight or under pressure the traffic is annoying, people are irritating and our patience is at its lowest. For parents the concern for the mess of our child’s creation can eclipse our appreciation of the beautiful artwork they have made. Our frustration at our partner’s ability to do something just the way we would like it can spoil our delight at their initiative to cook us dinner or plan a holiday. When we are in love our object of affection can do no wrong. While infatuation can obscure discrimination and fade over time, love coming from within a state of inner fulfilment only grows as we evolve and produces awareness of the deeper levels of life. When our awareness is refined we have the ability to perceive the finest level of existence in ever object of perception. The most subtle level of life is present at the quantum level of the universe. That level where everything is

in its most infinite form. We don’t immediately achieve subatomic perception but as we expand the conscious capacity of the mind and become familiar with transcendental levels we can see a level of greater vibrancy and beauty in everything. As progressively subtler values of life open to our perception we see objects as increasingly intimate and familiar. Our love for all around us spontaneously flows. We begin to experience a deeper connection with everything around us. It is a state of universal love and is not dependant on need for anything back from the exchange. In the state of bliss consciousness it is impossible to have a negative thought. People may seek this state through artificial means such as drugs but the effect is short lived and generally puts the user into a worse state than before. By regularly purifying the body and expanding the mind through the experience of transcending the results come progressively and are permanent. As the individual grows in higher states of consciousness they create a more positive effect in the environment. wendy rosenfeldt is a Maharishi ayurveda practitioner and teacher of transcendental Meditation. to find out more call 5499 9580 or email wendy.rosenfeldt@tm.org.au

When is Smart not so Smart

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HESE ARE CERTAINLy interesting times, and there are quite a few topics that are nudging people awake. The problem is that there is one important fact to consider within all the challenges that are facing individuals today, underlying and connecting many of these issues is one important point: the loss of freedom of choice and often the inability to access credible information to enable one to understand new changes that are being put in place without real and objective consultations. One way to stop individuals accessing information is to label everything as conspiracy theory, and yes there are some ungrounded individuals and even those who insert erroneous information to deliberately confuse and disengage individuals who start to question or research some vital areas which need understanding. There are many issues that require our cooperative, and unified attention, however the mainstream media seems to be very efficient in throwing up information or opinion polls that really just draw our attention away from the issues at hand. Legislation with regard to Smart Meters is being forced on everyone even though many scientists and highly educated professors etc, recommend caution and warn against their use. Likewise with the implementation of 5G, the possible negative affect on health and well being are being strongly broadcast to inform the public about the danger to their health. However this information which needs to be looked at is often not

covered by the general media and once again individuals need to do their own research. Our understanding of GMO’s, mandatory vaccinations, treatment options for serious conditions is vital, and the information is there, we just need to look for it. The trouble is the “benefits” of some options are loudly broadcast and the dangers are not. And remember often the effects of some of the energy devices, some of the pharmaceutical medications, some of the alternative health suggestions, some of the new age spiritual information, some of the religious dogmas, political and defense decisions etc all take time, to reveal themselves to be anything but the blessings they purport to be or bring into our lives. It is time to grow up, to deeply research the things which are going to bring about an effect for a very very long time and which may even change our lives in negative ways forever. When credible Dr’s, scientists and highly educated people from all walks of life are standing up and saying please people look at this seriously, when legal actions are taken by highly credible individuals then we need to heed the clarion call and get interested. The following 2 sites may be of interest: http://sccc.org.au/archives/10220 https://vimeo.com/92900029

Marisa Kliese is a Clinical Member Aust. Counselling Assoc.; Fellow Holistic Life Coach; Reiki Master; Fellow Aust. Natural Therapists Assoc. – Contact me on 5494 2627


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HETHER IT IS general foot care, diabetic screening or any lower limb aches and pains, Ben Stasiak offers clients a more comprehensive list of services than the average podiatrist. "Our feet perform best when the joints are able to move efficiently through their full range of motion," explained Ben. "Reduced joint flexibility or stiffness forces surrounding soft tissues (muscles, tendons, ligaments) to work much harder which can lead to pain. By employing manual 'hands on' therapy, joint flexibility can be restored." Ben believes his foot mobilization and manipulation therapy is a more complete treatment approach versus solely using orthotic therapy. His Neuromuscular Dry Needling relieves the pain caused by musculoskeletal dysfunction through relaxing muscle trigger points. Said Ben, "These are tight bands (or 'knots') that develop within a muscle that can occur in cases of both acute and chronic pain. This technique allows for reduction in painful symptoms post treatment." Then there's corns and callouses, plantar warts, toenail conditions (fungal, bacterial and systemic disease and

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Offering: • Pregnancy Care • Birth Care • Postnatal Care • Breastfeeding Support • Antenatal Education Continuity of Midwifery Care for Hospital and Home Birth Pregnancy and Postnatal Care for up to 6 weeks Medicare and Bulk Billed services available Ph: 5494 3657 Mob: 0408 074 522 Email: terri.sch_midwife@bigpond.com

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BOWEN THERAPISTS

Anthony Brown Acupuncture Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner. Member (fellow) AACMA. Anthony has 30 years clinical experience, 26 of them here on the Sunshine Coast and Hinterland. 26 Coral St, Maleny Ph: 5435 2555

BOWEN THERAPY – Bronwyn Huckle Specialising in Bowtech, the original Bowen Therapy technique. Treating health issues in babies, childen & adults. Montville therapy rooms. Monday to Friday by appointment. Ph: 5442 9371

Mapleton Natural Therapies Clinic Jackie Hansel: Bach H.S (Acu), Adv. Dip H.S (Hom), Dip Bowen Therapy Acupuncture. Holistic & Intergrated health care with Acupuncture, Bowen Therapy, Homeopathy, Lymphatic Drainage, Remedial & Relaxation Massage. Ph: 5445 7749

Kathy Blackburn Dip. Bowen Therapy (Bowtech).Gentle effective treatment of Back Pain; Migraine; RSI ; Tennis Elbow; Knee, Ankle & Foot Conditions; Menstrual/ Hormonal irregularities; Chronic Fatigue; Respiratory Conditions and MORE. Health fund rebates. Ph: 5429 6180

Maleny Community Acupuncture professional service by qualified Acupuncturist – 25yrs clinic experience. Treatment cost $20 available at Lift Gallery 926 Maleny-Montville Road (just up from Maleny Cheese Factory). Contact Steve on Ph: 0401 909 122

ARVIGO THERAPY Meyer Therapeutics Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy® for abdominal issues, fertility and pregnancy support. Bowen Therapy, Emmett Technique, Reiki, and more. Combining therapies to suit everybody’s needs. Kitty Meyer Ph: 0400 289 090

ASTROLOGY Chirone Shakti – Stargazer Astrology Insight into your relationships, family issues, spiritual purpose, life transitions, and your year ahead. Counselling astrologer with spiritual focus. Astrology courses and workshops. Ph: 0421 814459, www. chironeshakti.com.au

Ruth Donnelly - Holistic Counsellor Heart-centred approach to healing trauma, building emotional wellbeing. Integrating body psychotherapy, mindfulness, artistic therapies, Reiki, Acutonics, Bush Flower Essences, Dru yoga. Ph: 0409 564 276, ruth@ruthdonnelly.com.au, www.heartmindconnections.org Heartspace Artspace & Counselling-Liz Antcliff. B. Psych. MA. Coun. PG Art Therapy Somatic Experiencing Practitioner Sensorimotor Art Therapy/ Counselling Individuals; Couples & Groups.ACA; ACATA; ANZATA. Maleny/Brisbane Ph: 0438 1632 55 www.heartspaceartspace.com

CHIROPRACTORS

Dr Ralph Stockmann

DAY SPAS Montville Day Spa

Chiropractor- Palmer USA – SCENAR Therapy, Ayurveda – Effective Pain Relief – 32 years of spinal manipulation – DVA & Medicare Provider 0410 793 513 26 Coral Street, Maleny

In the Clouds at 166 Balmoral Road, Montville Our centre of excellence in Holistic Health Services employs ‘the best of the best’ Contact us for an unforgetable enriching experience. Ph: 0456 173 389 www.montvilledayspa.com.au

DENTAL Dental Centre Maleny Affordable Family Dentistry. Open: Mon-Sat. Also, early mornings & late evenings for your convenience. 17 Bunya St, Maleny. Ph: 54 999 722 www.dentalcentremaleny.com.au maleny@dentalcentregroup.com.au

Maple Chiropractic Maleny Dr. Stephen Lowe, Dr. Samuel Lowe, Dr. Catherine Metcalf, Dr. Rebel Hungerford Concession, family rates & HICAPS available. Gentle, effective care for the whole family. 45 Maple Street, Maleny. Ph. 5494 3322 www.maplechiropractic.com.au Hinterland Chiropractic Dr Josephine Sexton. Using gentle, safe and effective techniques to maintain spinal health and wellbeing. Concession rates, Family discounts and HICAPS available. 21 Bunya Street, Maleny. Ph: 5435 2987

FENG SHUI Feng Shui and Astrology: Richard Giles, Qualified Feng Shui practitioner Feng Shui home/business assessments. EM radiation assessments. Astrologer of 27 years. Contact Richard on 5435 0158, Email: ricgiles@powerup.com.au. Web:www.richardgiles.info

AYURVEDA Temple Herbs & Ayurveda Ayurveda treats the cause of disease through diet, lifestyle adjustment & herbal medicine. Consultations, cooking classes & dispensary. Max Trolliet Adv. Dip. 76 Maple Street, Maleny Ph: 5435 2899

BEAUTY THERAPISTS & HAIRDRESSERS A little Beauty, Body and Wellness Elements at Montville Customised beauty treatments. Pamper packages. Special occasion & bridal makeup. Massage. Manicures. Pedicures. Devine body treatments. Ph: 5478 6212 www.elementsmontville.com.au Michelle Jarden - Beauty Therapist Electrolysis, facials, massage, make-up, nails, sauna, spray tanning, tinting, waxing, ear-piercing. 66 Curramore Rd, Witta. Ph: 5494 4012 or Mob: 0402 531 500 Nellies Creative Hair Design Cut and Colour specialists. Nellie, Annette and Jenny offer you the opportunity to have exceptional hair using great product at fantastic prices. 21 Coral St Maleny – Ph: 0438 785 443 Honeycomb Hair Hive The Hive’s priority is you loving your look. We provide an unmatched depth of experience and diversity. Open Tue - Fri 9.00am - 4.00pm and Sat 9.00am –12.00pm 168 Main St, Montville. Phone 5442 9269 Beauty By Gabrielle Specializing in facials, skincare, waxing, tinting, massage, shellac nails, spray tan, manicure, pedicure, Make up for weddings. 13 Ribbonwood Ave Maleny Ph: 0476 976 812 54

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Dr John Pirie Chiropractor & Applied Kinesiologist Gentle hands on chiropractic using applied kinesiology. Over 30 years in private practice. Families welcome. Mon, Tues,Thur 2:00 – 5.30pm; Fri 9:00am -12noon 19 Coral Street Maleny, Ph: 5435 2155 www.siaholistichealth.com.au

HOME CARE Hinterland Home Assist – Aged and Disability Home Care Experienced, qualified, insured carer to aid in assistance of independent living. Personal or palliative care, respite, transport, house duties. Sya Marie Wiersma 0432 795 549

COUNSELLING & LIFE COACHING Counselling - Margaret Davoren B.Nurs.,Mas. Counselling. Think change, think balance & live a rich, full, life. Learn strategies to manage stress, depression, anxiety & relationships. Maleny Physiotherapy, 1/70 Maple St Maleny Ph: 0403 571 572 www.icpaustralia.com

RangeCare Offering in-home and respite care services to support independent living. Our tailor-made services are available to everyone in the community. We can deliver your home care package. Ph: 5445 7044 Visit: www.rangecare.com.au

HOMEOPATHY Leeann Horrill Counsellor M. Gest Therapy. A holistic and experiential approach to healing and personal growth. Specialising in parents, children and families. Member GANZ, PACFA. Ph: 5499 9990 or 0410 280 946 e: leeannhorrill@hotmail.com www.leeannhorrillcounselling.com

Pauline Ashford - B.H.Sc, Complementary Med & Homeopathy Classical homeopathy; Lymphatic drainage; Dorn spinal, joint and headache therapy; EFT - Emotional Freedom Techniques; Reiki 130 Ansell Rd Witta Ph: 5494 4101 e: paulineashford@dodo.com.au

HYPNOTHERAPY Margarete Koenning Counselling BA Social Work, Gelstalt Therapist, Psychotherapist working with individuals, couples and, families. Training professionals in family constellation 20 yrs practicing in Maleny, Clinal member of Pacfa. Ph: 5494 2778, 0408 416 041

Suzi Lough at Mind Management For hypnotherapy, Acutonics Vibrational therapy, coaching and more. Ph: 0438 050 839 for appointments. "The door to change is always open"

Juliette Kalifa Qualified Counsellor & Arts Therapist 20 years experience combining counselling with arts and sand play as requested. Adults, children, individuals, relationships and groups. Training and supervision of counselling professionals. Ph: 0417 643 592

Mary (McGrory) CrawfordPowerful Transformations Member of AHA/NRHA Specialising in Grief, Depression & Anxieties. Also Quit Smoking, Weight Loss and more. Health benefits may apply. Phone Mary 0457 230 952 www.powerfultransformations8.com


Health, Wellness

Hinterland Health and Beauty MASSAGE THERAPISTS

NUTRITIONIST Natalie Harms - Nutritionist

The Stillpoint - Katie White Remedial, Relaxation, Reiki Massage & now Emmett Technique. Reiki Treatments & Workshops. Appts Mon- Sat. HF Rebates. Gift Vouchers. Ph: 0400 722 786 www.thestillpoint.com.au Kathy Blackburn, Adv Dip Applied Science (Remedial Massage). Remedial/Sports Massage; Traditional Chinese Massage; Lymphatic Drainage; Emmett Technique, Trigger Point & Myofacial Release. “Integrated Bodywork” tailored to your special needs. HF rebates. Ph: 5429 6180

BHSc

OPTOMETRIST Stephen Hammond Optometry 44 Lowe St, Nambour Ph: 5476 2333

Maleny Optical Deborah & Stephen Hammond are proud to be local, independent eye healthcare providers. Focussed on quality care for you and your family, giving your eye health and vision the best personalised attention it requires and deserves. Shop 8 Riverside Centre, 8 Maple St Maleny Ph: 5435 2733

Total blissful relaxation or combo deep tissue (good for tradies/sports/remedial). Practitioner of the healing art EMF Balancing technique. Relax, unwind & balance 7 days. Ph 0457 194 339

PHYSIOTHERAPY/OSTEOPATHY KA HUNA Massage Jessica Ainsworth - Maleny

Maleny Physiotherapist Tim & Mary Bagshaw. For all of your Physiotherapy requirements. 1/70 Maple Street, Maleny. Ph: 5494 3911 www.malenyphysiotherapy.com.au

Relax your body, relax your mind. Massage with a profound and lasting effect. Certified Level 7 Ka Huna bodyworker and teacher. Ph: 5499 9372 www.jesskahunahut.com.au Facebook.com/jesskahunahut

Eudlo Osteopathy – Thomas Whitton

Blue Zen Massage – Shayne Harris Dip.Remedial Massage and Dip.Reflexology

Gentle manipulative therapy for body dysfunction and pain in all ages. 13 Rosebed Street, Eudlo Ph: 5445 9555

Member of A.T.M.S. with all Health Fund Rebates! Acupressure, Aromatherapy, Craniosacral Therapy, Cupping, Deep Tissue Massage, Hawaiian Massage, Indian Head Massage, Lymphatic Drainage, Pregnancy Massage, Reflexology, Remedial Massage, Shiatsu, Sports Massage, Stone Therapy Massage, Trigger Point Therapy Ph: 0407 002 567. Maleny

Range of Motion Physiotherapy Mapleton - Montville - Maleny - Imbil Russ, Barbs, Lauren and Kerrie. Providing the highest quality care to restore & maintain optimal physical function & mobility. Ph: 5478 6600 www.rangeofmotion.com.au

LIVING THERAPIES Elizabeth Khalu – Living Therapies Offers Universal Medicine Therapies, an approach to health and well being from the understating that, we are out own best medicine. Esoteric Massage, Chakra Puncture, Esoteric Connective Tissue Therapy, Sacred Esoteric Healing, Energetic Facial Release. Mobile: 0428 815 211 E: elizabeth@livingtherapies.com.au

MEDICAL CENTRE Ochre Health Medical Centre

Maleny Osteopathy Assessing and solving your muscular, joint and spinal pain problems using ‘hands on’ manual therapy. Effective in treating postural strain, neck and back pain, aches, strains, stiffness, and sports injuries. Ph: 5494 2388 www.malenyosteopathy.com.au

Get Active!!! Group Fitness & Personal Training Join me for a fun affordable and social way to achieve a fit and healthy body. All fitness levels welcome, fully qualified trainer. ‘Your Goals Are My Goals’. Rachel Ph: 0423 618 945 Email: rachel.lockman@yahoo.com.au

NATUROPATHS Montville Personal Training and Wellbeing

Sallyann Stewart - Naturopath, Herbalist, Remedial Massage Therapist, Thyroflex Practitioner

Marisa...Naturally Marisa T Kliese offers a complete Natural Therapy Clinic. Services include, Naturopathy, Herbal Medicine, Professional Counselling, Life Coaching, Spiritual Healing. Ph: 5494 2627

Where “your fitness is my focus.” Personal training in small groups. Training and classes include boxing, straight, cardio, pilates. Call Sonya: 0402 423 141

PODIATRY Jane Stanley Podiatrist / Credentialled Diabetes Educator For all podiatry and diabetes education services. 1-3 39 Coral St, Maleny. Appointments available weekly on Tue, Wed and Thurs. Ph: 5494 2388

PSYCHIC READINGS / TAROT Laurel Hefferon Naturopath & Herbalist BHSc Colonic Hydrotherapist & RN. Specialising in detoxification & healthy weight-loss, gut & digestive restoration, stress reduction, fatigue and post-viral syndromes. Comprehensive, individual and in-depth approach to addressing the cause of illness and restoring optimal health, wellness & vitality. Ph: 0401 750 255 www.awakeningcentre.com.au

Tarot Channeller Mary-Lou is now Montville based. 1 hour - $80 plus a free vehicle reading, (showing your present challenge). Hens and group bookings available. Phone 5445 7418 or 0418 912 797

Praxis Therapy Clinical Hypnotherapy, Regression Therapy, Reconnective® Healing, The Reconnection™, Reiki Healing, Counselling, Between Lives Spiritual Regression. Sunshine Coast, Maleny-Montville. Appointment: 0417 754 242 Online appt via Skype. www.praxistherapy.com.au

Metafisica Natural Therapies We offer Egyptian, Hawaiian, Brazilian massages. Transformation energy treatments to clear emotional/physical pain, blockages, karmic, genetic & cellular memories. Past, present, future, life path, divine purpose readings. Mediumship. Colour healing mist sauna. Dalila 0411 033 730 visit www.metafisica.com.au

Conscious Energy Past Life Regression - learn about your soul’s journey through time. Combined Energy Healing & Intuitive Reading -gain insight and positive change. Energetic Alignment -step into your true nature in a powerful way. Kirsten Rothe Ph: 0400 197 997 www.consciousenergy.com.au

Lady Mountain Therapies Healings, Tarot Readings, Aura Wipes, Women’s Massage, Emotional Mental Physical Spiritual Soul, Well Being Sciences. 8/38 Maple Street, Maleny Jennifer Marie – Ph: 0499 603 248 www.ladymountaintherapies.com.au

YOGA PILATES AND MEDITATION Melissa's Healing Space - Yoga/ Mindfulness Meditation classes @ Curramore Studio

Tues 6 -7.30pm (Gentle yoga), Fri 9.3011.15am (General yoga), Fri 11.30 - 12.30pm (Meditation Class), Fri 12.45-1.45pm (Chair/Gentle yoga) Ph: 0417 200 192 e: melissa@melissashealingspace.com www.melissashealingspace.com

Yoga with Lottie energising & relaxing

PERSONAL TRAINER, FITNESS, DANCE

Offering onsite Doctors, experienced nursing staff and Allied health services. Appointments available Mon- Fri 8.30am- 5 pm and in Maleny Sat 9am-12pm. Ph Maleny: 54942 388 ; Ph Montville: 5442 9144 Book online at www.ochrehealth.com.au

Naturopathic clinical testings & assessment, Thyroflex Thyroid testing, stress mgmt, digestive issues, children’s health, remedial massage, lymphatic drainage. 19 Coral St, Maleny, 5499 9476 / 0421 410 558 E: info@naturaltherapiesstudio.com.au

Beauty

WELLNESS - MIND BODY SPIRIT

Personalised, practical dietary and nutritional recommendations for optimum wellness, disease prevention and existing health conditions digestion issues, food allergies, intolerances, weight management, diabetes, stress, anxiety and women’s health. 1/70 Maple Street, Maleny. Ph: 0417 689 677 www.natalieharmsnutritionist.com.au

Beautiful Kahuna Massge with Linda

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Optional handheld weights sometimes, finishing with deep relaxation. Mon 10.30am, Thurs 9.30am all levels. No need to book. Maleny Showgrounds Pavillion Ph: 5313 7756 www.YogaWellness.info

Maleny Yoga Centre Shop 7 Rainforest Plaza Maple St Maleny. Fully equipped studio. Certified & Experienced Teachers. Beginners & senior classes available, casuals welcome. Ph: 0448 518 734 E: info@malenyyogacentre.com

Pilates in Witta & Maleny Strength, weight-loss, pain management, flexibility, well-being. Qualified Instructor. Group mat classes using small props. Friday & Saturdays. All welcome. Kid friendly classes. Bec: 0421 983 321; pilatesplatform@gmail.com pilatesplatform.com.au

Cloud Nine Yoga Light and creative yoga classes offered within the Montville area. Suitable for beginner students through to advanced. Contact Bianka 0423 989 134 for timetables. E:cloudninebrisbane@gmail.com

Psychic Readings/Tarot Kerry Laizans: Readings that bring together insightful intuition and holistic counselling, Kerry is available for events such as weddings, by appointment in Maleny, by phone or online. Contact: 0411 488 291 or at throughthevortex.org

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Professional Services ACCOUNTING & TAXATION

GOVERNMENT SERVICES

Frederick A Forbes - Accountant & Registered Tax Agent Specialising in small business & individual tax returns. Primary producers, rentals, investors, salary & wages. Personal & professional service. 3/15 Maple St, Maleny. Ph: 5491 1504 0434 996 608. E: forbestax@bigpond.com

COMPUTER / WEB SERVICES/VIDEO

QGAP Maleny - Maleny Police Station Mon, Tue, Thurs 9am – 12noon & 12:30pm – 2pm New Registrations & Housing close 11am & 1pm Transport & Main Roads (NOT Driver Licensing) / Births, Deaths & Marriages, Seniors Card Applications / & more. EFTPOS & Credit cards preferred. Manager Judy Phipps 10 Macadamia Drive Maleny – Ph: 07 5420 5320

INSURANCE BROKER

Concept IT Systems - reliability & service New computers & repairs. Internet setup & websites. Printers, scanners, ink refills, cameras. Authorised Apple reseller. Onsite service. Drop in to discuss you computer needs. Shop 6 Riverside Centre Maleny 5429 6750 or sales@conceptsystems.com.au

Melissa Berglas – Comsure Sunshine Coast Specialising in all types of commercial insurance for your business. We take particular care matching your business to insurance policies, minimising exclusions that could cost your thousands. Based in the hinterland, we are your strong advocate in the event of a claim. Ph: 0477 200 091 / 5641 2545 Email: melissab@comsure.com.au www.sunshinecoastinsurancebrokers.com.au

ENGINEER Parteck Consulting - 33 years experience Civil-Structural Engineers & Environmental Planners. Property Development, Building Inspections & Reports, Structural & foundation Design, Soil, Stability & Wastewater. Locally owned. 5494 1368 or 0418 711 408 contact@parteckconsulting.com www.parteckconsulting.com Michael Kingsbury - Maleny based Civil & Structural Engineer with over 40 years experience. Engineering & Building Design for residential & small commercial projects. Alternative methods of building are catered for. Ph: 0428 674 040 michaelkingsburydesign@gmail.com

INTERIOR STYLIST Jam Design Wanting to discover the unique you for your home décor? Colour consultations at reasonable rates for interior & exteriors. New homes, renovations or commercial. Ph Jill 0404 558 525 jamdesign3@bigpond.com

LEGAL SERVICES Easton Lawyers Tove Easton Principal Lawyer Your Local Lawyers in Maleny 62 Maple St, Maleny Ph: 5494 3511 Email: tove@eastonlawyers.com.au Lember and Williams (the LAW team) Carolyn Williams City Expertise, small town service 9 Bunya Street Maleny Ph: 5495 1499 Email: carolyn@landw.com.au www.landw.com.au

FINANCE Bob Malcolm – CEO Maleny Credit Union We have the experience to provide financial solutions for your everyday life. All loan approvals and other key decisions are made locally by people you can talk to. Give us a try. 5499 8988 Sam Archer - BOQ Maleny Remember when having a Bank Manager actually meant having a Bank Manager!!! Here’s my number 5499 9855 or 0407 407 070

Baker Robinson Lawyers Steve Robinson – Mary McIver Experienced Professional Legal Team 15A Bunya Street, Maleny Ph: 5494 2665 E: maleny@brlawyers.com.au www.brlawyers.com.au

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT REPAIRS Christensen’s Music Repairs & servicing to wind and string instruments: saxophones, clarinets, flutes, trumpets, trombones, guitars, violins. Minor repairs, services, overhauls. 3 months guarantee on all work. Est 20 years. Rod: 0407 131 215 / www.christensensmusic.com.au/ instrument-service-repairs

Doug Tognolini – iQ Money Management “Growing & Protecting your Wealth” We provide a full range of financial services including; Superannuation (including SMSF’s), Retirement Planning, Wealth Creation & Life Insurance. Ph: 5442 2764 / 0409 594 044

Range Airconditioning Lic. No L016305 Supply and installation of high quality, energy efficient, ducted and wall mounted reverse cycle, split air conditioning systems for cooling, heating and de-humidification. Ph Yelma on 5494 3459 or 0421 488 048 E: rangeaircon@gmail.com

ANTENNAS

Car Care Maroochydore, Nambour, Hinterland Premium mobile detailing from wash to major interior/exterior details. Own power and water. We come to you (home or work). Call Mark 0402 988 003 / 1300 227 227

CARPENTRY Patios, decks, renovations, new work All aspects of carpentry from planning to the finished product. All work guaranteed Qld BSA No 103-1105 Ph Steve: 0402 167 355

Merv Schulz Maleny TV Antennas Est business in Maleny and the hinterland for over 30 years. For all your digital TV reception / antenna needs, including satellite installations. Insurance quotes. Friendly reliable service. 0418 774 958, or in the evenings on 5494 2876.

Tim Clark Carpenter Trade qualified local and licensed. Stairs, carports, decks, renovations, extensions, home & building maintenance, creative work. Ask us about our unique pricing method. Phone Tim for a fair quote: 0412 854 222 QBCC 47098

Paul Randall Cabinetmaker of Maleny New & renovated kitchens & vanities benchtops a speciality - stone, timber & laminated finishes. Home Offices, Wall Units, Wardrobes. Ph: 0432 953 186 Lic QBSA 1162819. Member Master Builders.

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Jim's Antennas Digital & problem reception specialists. Locally owned, servicing the hinterland. Call Craig Titheradge today for a free quote. Ph: 131 546 www.jimsantennas.com.au

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Holden’s Gallery Custom framing by professionals. Items including art, needlecraft, memorabilia, etc. Mon to Fri: 10am–4pm; Saturday: 10am–1pm. Cnr. Coral & Myrtle St. Maleny Ph: 5494 2100; www.holdensgallery.com.au

TRAVEL AGENTS Above & Beyond Travel We take pride in our attention to detail and providing you with a unique travel experience. Shop 2 Riverside Centre Maleny. Ph: 07 5499 9015 or nicola@abovebeyondtravel.com.au Maleny Cruise and Travel Maleny Cruise & Travel is a bespoke travel company that has been taking the stress out of travel for over 20 years. 39 Maple Street, Maleny Ph: 5499 9111 E: gillian@malenytravel.com.au www.malenytravel.com.au

REAL ESTATE Remax Hinterland Nobody in the world sells more Real Estate than RE/MAX. Office: 07 5408 4220 Sales: 0447 737 737, 2/10 Maple St, Maleny www.remaxhinterland.com.au Humphries and Fisk Whether you are looking to buy or sell, Ian and Pat, with over 20 years experience on the range would love to share their expert local knowledge with you. Ph: 07 5494 3344, Fax: 07 5494 3488 20 Maple St, Maleny. www.malenypropertysales.com.au/ Ray White Maleny One of the leading real estate agency's for the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Unit 1, 5 Maple Street, Maleny Ph: 5499 9966 http://raywhitemaleny.com.au/

VETERINARY CARE District Vets Maleny Veterinarian Susan Portas and her team provide professional, compassionate care for your pets. Hours Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri 8am-6pm; Wed 9am-5pm and Sat 9am-12noon 7 Myrtle St Maleny Ph: 5499 9077 Montville Veterinary Clinic Est. in 2004 and operating as a branch of our Sunshine Hinterland Veterinary Clinic in Nambour. We take pride in personalised pet care. 26 Kondalilla Falls Rd Montville Consultation by appointment: 0401 012 884

CARPET & VINYL LAYERS

Trades & Services AIR CONDITIONING

PICTURE FRAMING

CARPET CLEANING Range Carpet Care Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning & Protection Ph: 5445 7611 or 0418 776 578

Flash Floor Covering Service is your local, qualified carpet and vinyl and vinyl plank layer. All aspects of laying, repair work and restreching. Call Daniel on 0400 551 730 for a free measure and quote.

CHAINSAW & TREE WORK All Trees to Chip Trees and Gardens Tree Fellers 2 Chippers Phone Rob Milner: 0427 343 232 Tony Wootton Tree Surgeon.Dip Hort(Arb) Operating locally since 1996. Tree assessments and advice. Trees and shrubs pruned and detailed. Hazardous trees removed. M: 0403 467 664 Ph: 54 944 917 www.twtreesurgeon.com BRM Tree Services All forms of tree & palm care. Certified climbing arborist & insured. Storm Damage/ Hazardous Trees, Drone inspections, removals, trimming, mulching, tight access, stump grinding & land/ block clearing. Free Quotes & Advice. Benjamin R Miller 0401 441 945 – BRMTreeservices@outlook.com / BRMTreeservices.com.au

CLOCK REPAIR Montville Clockshop Repairs for Cuckoo, Grandfather, Mantle, Wall Clocks. Antique clock restoration. We can supply quartz movement and parts, and repair quartz clocks. P: 07 5442 9409. www.clockshop.com.au enquiries@clockshop.com.au


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LANDSCAPING & DESIGN

Custom Curtains and Shade Specialising in custom made Blinds, Awnings, Shutters, Curtains, Security and Umbrellas. Professional advice and installation. Servicing the hinterland since 1989. Call us for a free measure and quote. Ph: 5494 6898

ELECTRICAL Green Energy Electrical Lic No. 71210 Reliable prompt domestic electrician. Extensions, renovations, maintenance, new homes, safety switches, switchboard upgrades, test & tag, smoke alarms. Solar Grid Connect. Ph: Steven Pilcher for an obligation free quote: 0421 162 007 E: stevenpilcher@bigpond.com

EXCAVATION Jekco Mini Earthmovers ‘Small Machine – Big Capacity’ - Catering for all your excavation needs. Owner / operator with 35 years’ experience. 2 x Limited access machines (Kanga / Dingo) 1040mm wide & 820mm wide. Ph: Kev 0439 647 221 www.jekco.com.au

FIREWOOD Firewood Delivery in Maleny and surrounding areas. All seasoned hardwood $140 per cubic metre. Contact Craig on 0457 907 520 or email taylorsfarmenquiries@ gmail.com

GAS SERVICES Sunshine Gas Services Sunshine Coast based family business. Domestic and commercial gas appliances. High efficiency hot water systems. Highly trained service team. 8 Daniel St, Caloundra Ph: 07 5491 4199; 0412 116 362

GUTTER CLEANING Gutter Sucker Gutter Sucker specialises in cleaning your guttering. a unique portable operation for the efficient and effective removal of leaves and rubbish from all types of gutters and roofs. Ph: 1800 558 745 or 0402 456 391 Roof & Gutter Maintenance Clean gutters, Blocked downpipes, New & repair downpipes, Roof repairs & leaks, Fix leaking gutters, New gutters & fascias, Install & service whirly birds, Skylights & Water Tanks Free quotes, local bloke, over 20 yrs experience Phone Brad 0419 712 081

HANDYMAN & HOME MAINTENANCE Montville Handy Man 20 years building experience. All concreting, carpentry, home maintenance and repairs. Prompt and reliable service. Garden clean-up. Competitive rates. Ph: Wayne 0434 724 030 Hatch's Home Maintenance Qualified Cabinet Maker, 35 years experience. Update * Renew * Repair * Plastering * Cabinets * Tiling * Call John Ph 0404 056 147 hatchshomemaintenance@hotmail.com QBA Lic. No 1242008

KITCHENS Kidds for Kitchens -Russell Kidd QBCC 478438 Now servicing the local area. Kitchens, Vanities, Robes. No matter your requirements we can help from laminated cabinets to stone bench tops with two-pac doors. Established over 35 yrs with CNC equipped factory. Call Russell: 0409 275 378 or factory: 4162 3732 www.kiddsforkitchens.net

Amber Leaf Landscaping Looking for a landscaper who can deliver? Tohm Hajncl heads the team that offers you guaranteed quality. Choose from landscaping consultations, designs, construction and planting, pre-sale makeovers and specialised maintenance services. Ph: 5445 9801 www.amberleaf.com.au

Suncoast Liquid Waste Removal Local owner/operator specialising in commercial / domestic waste water pump outs- septics, treatment plants, grey water, holding tanks, pond/pool sludge, drains etc. Avoid costly blockages & system failure with prompt, reliable & expert service. Tank assessments available. EPA licensed and fully insured. Call 0439 646 707

Handbuilt Stone QBSA1235589 Licensed, range-based professional. Traditional rock walls, pillars, steps, paving, entrance walls and all garden features. Visit our website to see previous work for inspiration. Phone Chris on 0438 811 975 www.handbuiltstone.com

Bruce Morris Plumbing QBSA lic 456322 24hr emergency service, all plumbing, building, maintenance installation domestic and commercial. Gas installations, septic/ drainage, hot water, solar, bathroom renovations, leaking roofs. Ph: 0410 457 606

Loors Landscaping (est: 1987) From concept to creation all aspects of structural and soft landscaping. Ph: 5445 7615 Mob: 0412 680 801

AML Plumbing QBCC 15037335/1293749 Servicing the Sunshine Coast and surrounds. General plumbing and gas maintenance, blocked drains & burst pipes, Seniors discount, renovations, taps / toilets, hot water systems. Contact Mitch – 0407 966 665

Stone on the Range Stuck for ideas? Speak to Jim, he’s an effective communicator. All stonework including raised vegie gardens, creek beds, waterfalls, sculptural features, driveway entrances, walls, steps, fire pits, steep site specialist. Ph: 0401 308 824 E: jimrstoneart@gmail.com

FENCING & AUTOMATIC GATES Honest Johns Fencing for Domestic fencing styles. Timber, Colorbond, Chainwire, Timber Retaining. Free quotes. Have confidence in knowing the man who does the quote, does the job. Smaller jobs, $3300.00 and under. john@honestjohnsfencing.com.au

PLUMBING & WASTEWATER

MECHANICAL Montville Auto All things Mechanical All your mechanical needs in one place from cars to farming machinery. If you can’t get it to us, we will come to you. 12 Balmoral Rd Montville Ph: 5442 9413 M: 0403 104 774

QCF Plumbing and Drainage QBCC 1299925 Maintenance, new installations, renovations, roofing repairs, backflow, blocked drains, hotwater systems, gutter cleans, downpipes, stormwater, tank installations, 24hr emergency service, pensioner discounts, free quotes. Ph: 0424 874 251

ROCK WALLS Phil Watts Quality Rock Walls Retaining, free standing design and construction. Hand crafted feature stonework specialist. Built by local qualified stonemason, 40 years experience with 23 years here on the range. Ph: 5445 7218 or mobile: 0401 535 476 e: philsrocks@hotmail.com

PA / SOUND SYSTEMS Tom’s Sound Tom’s Sound has many years’ experience providing PA and sound to weddings, festivals, parties and other events. Ph: 0437 279 505 E: tnealson@gmail.com

RUBBISH REMOVAL A Load of Rubbish Friendly, reliable rubbish collection service. All green and general waste. Cheap rates. Servicing Cooroy to Caloundra, Kenilworth to the Coast. Call Andy: 0406 932 663 www.aloadofrubbish.com.au www.facebook.com/aloadofrubbishsunshinecoast

PAINTING City to Surf Painting & Decorating Re-paints & new work, industrial coatings, decorative finishes, Anti mould coatings. Quality & value for money guaranteed. Servicing the Range & beyond. BSA 1117847 Phone Richard Daveson: 0418 708 620 Rob Presnell Painting Flaxton Quality workmanship and professional service, 2 pak coatings, sprayed texture coatings for floors and driveways, commercial line marking and roof coatings. Local reliable painter servicing the hinterland for 10yrs. Ph: 0451 100 286

RURAL PRODUCTS Brazzen Rural Products For all your animal handling needs. We stock cattle and sheep panels, cattle crushes, horse round yards, dog/chicken cages, ramps, gates. Free delivery to local area. Enquiries: 0418 528 939

SMASH REPAIRS Palmwoods Smash Repairs Panel beating & spray painting by professional tradesmen. Insurance & private work. Direct link to insurance companies. Repair, paint, weld or makeover. All work guaranteed. Ph: 5478 8922

PLANT NURSERIES Forest Heart Your Local Native Plant Nursery. Specialising is the native plants of SE QLD for Revegetation, Gardens, Habitat 20 Coral Street, Maleny Ph: 07 5435 2193 www.forestheart.com.au

SOLAR Negawatts Electrical & Solar Power Call Us Last For A Competitive Quote! Over 1000 local installations – Grid & Off-Grid & Battery Storage. CEC Licensed Installer A5100260 quality components - designed to last. Gary Phillips Ph: 0407 760 838 info@negawatts.com.au

Barung Landcare Native Plant Nursery Your local community nursery stocks an extensive range of species indigenous to the Blackall Range and surrounds. Open to the public Wed–Fri 9am–3pm, Sat 9am–12pm Ph: 0429 943 152 E: nursery@barunglandcare.org.au

All Energy HQ – Solar & Battery Storage Locals (since 1989) you can trust, providing only the highest quality products. Solar installations and upgrades - home and businesses Battery storage. 10 Jeffreys Rd, Glasshouse Mtns Ph: 5438 7200 E: sales@allenergyhq.com.au W: allenergyhq.com.au

PLASTERING Castle Plaster P/L Fibrous Plaster and Plasterboard-fixing, setting, cornices, steel frames and suspended ceilings. New homes and renovations. No job too big or small. Est 1980 Contact John: 0417 275 241

PLUMBING & WASTEWATER Anderson Plumbing & Roofing QBSA1066328 Plumbing, drainage & roofing. New work, renos, maintenance specialists. Septic systems, blocked drains, high pressure ‘sewer jett’ drain cleaner, drain camera, cable locations, tank installations, roof & guttering. Ph: 5494 3340 or 0409 541 475

Sky Plumbing & Gas Fitting BSA 1078655 Guttering, Water Tanks, Filters and Pump Installation. Septic Trenches, Holding Tanks, Blocked Drains. Heat Pumps & Gas Installation. Landlord water reports. Water Hammer solutions. Ph: 042 11 66 882

TINTING Hinterland Tints Window Tinting for all flat glass with our 25 years experience. We ARE the problem solvers for Fading, too much Heat, not enough Privacy, too much Glare or Glass Security and strengthening. Excellent warranties. Call Tony for a Free quote: 0411 777 922

TANK CLEANING Pristine Water Systems Full tanks cleaned, minimal water loss. Potable water treatment and correction, bacteria control, filtration, supply and service. Free appraisals, ph Allen: 0404 302 723

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What’s on in ... sePteMber 4-30

wild dog baiting program, Ph: 5475 7272

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eckankar Maleny Neighbourhood Centre, weekly Wednesdays 6-7.30pm, Jennifer: 0429 957 989

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Mnc Open day

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shiraz club, Spicer Clovelly, Purple Palate: 5494 2499

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natives naturally, Friends of Maroochy Bushland Botanic Gardens and Native Plants Sunshine Coast, 9.30am-3pm

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Old time country dance, Belli Community Hall, 7.30pm, www.bellihall.com

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recital weekend, Montville www.lucasparklands.com.au

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Family day and official opening of the new Whipbird Walk, Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve

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Maleny community centre agM, 9.30am at MCC

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sunshine coast trigeminal neuralgia support group, 1pm Kawana Library, Nora: 0418 495 776

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Hinterland treasures and garden centre Closing Down Sale, 9am-2pm

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Maleny’s dangerous song by Linsey Pollak and Lizzie O’Keefe, 7-10 pm, Maleny Community Centre: 5429 6043

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anglican church in Maleny morning tea at The Orangery with SCOPE raising awareness and assisting victims of Domestic Violence

13

cHasM community consultation about fundraising, 12.15–3pm MNC

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Mnc marks world suicide Prevention day and r U OK? day

15

school holidays are here! see our Market page and the school holiday article for loads of ideas

15

entries close for Kenilworth artsFest

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Messy church, 3.45-6pm, St George's Anglican Church Maleny, $2 per person to assist with craft and food resources, June: 54352941

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Ht out next!

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Mapleton community Hall Live Music Locally, 7pm, www.mapletonhall.org

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aci Open studios weekend: www.artsconnectinc.com.au

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eckankar Kawana island, meeting place Parrearra (off Kawana Way), 9.30-12.30pm, Jennifer: 0429 957 989

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Mapleton community Library Trivia with a Twist, on Black Friday, 6.30pm for a 7pm start, Mapleton Bowls Club, $10, Phone: 5478 5590

17- 2 blackall range visual artists exhibition, 10am to 4pm at St. Mary's Hall on the Village Green, Montville

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Maleny Lions club Mountain view challenge

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eckankar tewantin, CWA Hall, 6-7.30pm, Jennifer: 0429 957 989

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Lions club of Maleny blackall welcome dinner, $40 from Maleny Art Direct and Maleny Optical

Maleny apex club Paws of thunder, from 8am, Maleny Showgrounds Obi Obi Motorcycle show, 9am, $5 entry (kids free), show and shine, live music, market stalls, onsite radio, and kids’ activities, The Obi Obi and Kidaman Creek Community Hall, 856 Obi Obi Road, Obi Obi. Phone: 54469154

OctOber

tuition and Workshops Piano Tuition

20-22 embodied Unity dance workshop by international teacher Vangelis Legakis Tracy: 5435 2993

Experienced teacher – all levels Experienced Accompanist – exams, concerts & rehearsals dee steele – 0413 253 193

23-24 spiritual Harmony and Healing expo 9.30am-4.30pm, Maleny Showgrounds, $5 entry, under 15yrs free, Linda: 0408 881 944

2017 Joining Gathering

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the vintage Fair, Maleny Community Centre, Book now: 0410 511 635

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rangecare home care subsidy appointment, Maleny Library meeting room,10am-1pm, book: 5445 7044, Mapleton Community Library 9am11am, call 5445 7044 to book

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Quota club of Maleny 'Spring In The Garden' Afternoon Tea and Fashion Parade, 1.30pm 22 Rangers Road, Maleny, $15 phone Rana: 5499 9661

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Kenilworth artsFest, Kenilworth Hall Ph: 5472 3223

29-25 sculpture on the edge free exhibition: 9am-5pm daily, Spicers Tamarind Retreat 88 Obi Lane South, Maleny 30-2

aci Open studios weekend: www.artsconnectinc.com.au

Sept 22-24, Murrenbong Camp. Remembering our Wisdom/Who We Are. A space for refreshing and renewing relationships for singles and couples. For more information visit joining.com.au or alison: 0429 694 014

Make your own furniture workshop One-day workshops making funky functional furniture. Identify suitable materials & create your own unique piece using simple wood-working tools. Materials & lunch included $175. Gift vouchers. Ph: Richard: 5422 9291 www.richardknightwoodworks.com.au

Bonjour! Want to learn French? Working or planning a holiday where French is spoken? Group classes or one on one only $25/hr in Maleny. Ph: Jacques 0438 759 581 or email: cramatte@bigpond.com

Learn to Weave with New Zealand Flax with Maleny Maori artist Alice Spittle. Connect with nature and get creative using traditional NZ Maori techniques. Workshops run at the Kondalilla Eco Resort in Montville and are only $85. For more information please visit www.artandwellbeing.com.au

Essential Elements of Drawing for beginners and dabblers. New Thursday Studio Sessions in Montville – creative energy, motivation and inspiration. ArtSpace Western Avenue. For further information Ph barbie: +61 417 076 815 avenidaonwestern@gmail.com

Rhythm Culture Join Rhythm Culture Tuesdays and Thursdays for adult dance classes and kids & adult drumming classes. Great for fitness, loads of fun and awesome community @ Palmwoods. everyone welcome! Ph: 0434 585 992

make your Workshop a success dance at the Belli Hall on september 9

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Hinterland Times September 2017  

Hinterland Times - Local news stories, local people, local events for Maleny, Montville and the Hinterland. September 2017 Edition

Hinterland Times September 2017  

Hinterland Times - Local news stories, local people, local events for Maleny, Montville and the Hinterland. September 2017 Edition

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