Every Crook and Granny - Indee Comedy Theatre

EVERY CROOK & GRANNY – INDEE COMEDY THEATRE

Every Crook and Granny - Indee Comedy Theatre

Every Crook and Granny is a sparkling new comedy about a grey-power group, the Grannies Only Party (GOP), that sweeps the nation, winning not only the Senate but the House of Reps. It’s also about a couple of large, quite mature, marijuana plants, a lovely little tea-room and three female ex-employees of a major communications company, who decide to turn their exceptional talents to helping needy causes via donations from our major banks, but without bothering the banks with it all.

BOOKINGS OPEN 5472 8200

Saturday May 25 – 4pm
Sunday May 26 – 2pm
Saturday June 1 – 4pm
Sunday June 2 – 2pm
Saturday June 8 – 4pm
Sunday June 9 – 2pm.

Tickets $28
Conc. $25
Theatre Club $20

Yandina School of Arts
Air-conditioned.
Table seating, complimentary tea and coffee.
Wine and snacks on sale.
Cnr Farrell and Stevens Street, Yandina.

Indee Theatre website https://indeetheatre.com.au

Detour Yandina Streetscape works

Yandina Streetscaping Construction Notification

Road and Landscape Works – Farrell St and Stevens St.

Construction update:

The Yandina Streetscape Project Team advises that the road and landscape works are scheduled to begin from 9 January. Works will start predominately at the Farrell and Low St intersection. These works include significant road reconstruction works.

Works around the Farrell and Stevens St intersection will then follow shortly after.

Start date:

Works are programmed to occur from 9 January 2019 with all works complete by mid-March 2019, weather permitting.

More information: Construction Notification PDF

Construction Notification PDF » download here.

Yandina Streetscape works

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Keep the Maroochy River valley green!

Keep the Maroochy River Valley Green! Petition

This petition aims to stop the development lodged by Sunny Coast Fresh Holdings Pty Ltd to build six 2.5Ha industrial sized steel and glass greenhouses in an area of high scenic value in the beautiful Maroochy River which is currently zoned Rural.

The buildings will cover an area which will be larger than 820 average four bedroom homes and is largely located on a floodplain on the upper Maroochy River estuary.

Click the link to go to the Keep the Maroochy River valley green! Petition.

Protect Our Scenic Amenity in the Maroochy River Valley

Protect Our Scenic Amenity in the Maroochy River ValleyThe idea of POSA started originally from a group of residents who were reading their local paper one day, only to discover that plans were in progress to a build a large scale industrial horticulture development without any consultation with the surrounding community that it will impact upon.

Since then, support from around the Sunshine Coast for POSA is growing and our Facebook page aims to be informative, hopefully insightful and as transparent as possible to issues regarding these types of developments in rural areas of scenic importance.

Flush it down - Get the most out of your septic system

Flush it Down – Get the most out of your septic system

Do you have a septic system? This info meeting is really important to do with how it is operating.

Come along to one of 3 public meetings in October & November:

  • *Nambour Library Wed 17 Oct 10-11.30AM.
  • *CWA Hall Yandina Thurs 25 Oct 10-11.30AM Stevens St.
  • *Connections Yandina Thurs 22 Nov 6.30-8PM Cnr Farrell & Low Sts.

Do you have an on-site sewerage facility or do you intend to install either a septic tank or treatment plant?

Join Peter Rhimes from Sunshine Coast Council Building and Plumbing Services and gain insights from an industry professional.

Find out what types of treatment systems are available and how to select the best one for your property.

Discover how to maintain various systems and find out about owner obligations.

Learn more about protecting the environment and community health.

Sunshine Coast Council

Yandina: From Staging Post to Township

Celebrating 150 years since the establishment of Yandina

Yandina: From Staging Post to Township

This digital story explores the community stories, history and significant events of Yandina. The film was launched as part of the Yandina Street Fair celebrations in August 2018.

Yandina was proclaimed in 1870, making it the first gazetted town in the Maroochy district, and one of the oldest towns on the Sunshine Coast.

Thanks to Audienne Blyth for the link to this short documentary that the Sunshine Coast Council made about our town’s origins in collaboration with the Yandina & District Historical Society.

[Video Length: 17 minutes 54 seconds. Date: 2018]

Yandina Street Fair 19 August 2018

Yandina Street Fair 2018

Yandina Street Fair – fun for the whole family.  Free entry 🙂

‘Harmonious Communities’

41st YANDINA STREET FAIR
Sunday 19th August 2018, 11am – 7pm

Program

Yandina Street Fair 2018 program page 1

Yandina Street Fair 2018 program page 1. Click image to view Program page 1.

Yandina Street Fair 2018 program page 2

Yandina Street Fair 2018 program page 2. Click image to view Program page 2.

Site Plan

Yandina Street Fair 2018 site map

Yandina Street Fair 2018 Main Stage free entertainment

Yandina Street Fair 2018 Community Stage free entertainment

Sunshine Coast Plein Air Paint Out

The ‘Sunshine Coast Plein Air Paint Out’ Exhibition will be open on Sunday 19th August during the Yandina Street Fair, at YB Connections corner of Low & Farrell Streets.

All day entertainment, Main Stage, Community Stage, Market Stalls, Food, Street Performers, Carnival Amusements, Rides, Gubbi Gubbi Story Telling, Petting Zoo, No Sound Playground, Community Gardens, Art Exhibition, Local Talent, Bearded Betty, Lippia, Ironstone, The Claptomaniacs, All Stars Show Band, Good Will Remedy,  Belly Dance SC, Remembering Phil Emmanuel with the Phil Emmanuel Band, Coruno Laser Show with Dancing and Entertainers.

Yandina Street Fair 2018 Major Sponsors and Supporters

Proudly Supported by the Sunshine Coast Council’s grants program.

 

YANDINA STREET FAIR 2018 FACEBOOK 
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