• October 8, 2016
  • 9:30 am
  • Yandina School Of Arts Hall
View of Stevens Street Yandina ca.1924

Photo: View of Stevens Street in Yandina c. 1924 looking west to the intersection of Farrell Street. The School of Arts building is visible in the background. (Image from John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland). On 9 October 1916 the Yandina School Of Arts was opened by the Home Secretary. A proud landmark for Yandina, it is a grand old wooden building and has been witness to some of Yandina’s most memorable occasions.

 Yandina Historic House will serve a free morning tea

Everyone is welcome to attend a morning tea at Yandina School of Arts on Saturday 8 October 2016.

Entertainment begins at 9.30am so come early and listen to the North Arm Marimba Band.  At 10 am official proceedings will begin. The opening will be conducted by Peter Wellington,  MP and Patron.

There will be local history books to buy including the History of the Yandina School of Arts (1916 – 2006) and a new book detailing the history of the hall in the last ten years (2006 – 2016).  An attractive souvenir calico shopping bag will also be for sale.

Would you like to help the book fund and have your name acknowledged in the new hall history book? Please donate to the Yandina School of Arts care of any Bank of Queensland 124001, Account number 100115310.

Further enquiries to Audienne Blyth ph 54468562