Entertainment

Events in the Bundaberg region

Orchid show

Today until Sunday: The Bundaberg Orchid Society's annual Autumn Show, Bundaberg Civic Centre, Bourbong St. The theme this year is Orchids in Fairyland. Phone 4155 6056.

Seaweed installation

Today until June 3: The Seaweed installation by Alison McDonald and Victoria Stirling is designed to highlight the importance of the ocean, where plants are the foundation of the food chain and their health is critical for the maintenance of marine ecosystems. Showing until June 3 at the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery, Barolin St.

Art Daze exhibition

Today until May 30: Art Daze exhibition at Gin Gin Regional Courthouse Gallery, 80a Mulgrave St, Gin Gin. Tuesday to Friday 9am-3pm, Sat 9am-noon.

End of the world

Today until Sunday: They Came, an exhibition that examines responses to end-of-the-world scenarios using a visual aesthetic akin to the sci-fi movies of the 1950s, Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery, Barolin St. Part of the Queensland Festival of Photography 2012.

Holden show and shine

Saturday The Bundaberg Early Holden Club will hold a show, shine, swap meet and sound-off at Across The Waves Sports Complex, Thabeban St. Jumping castle, stalls, rides for kids, food stalls and music Trophies in all categories of Holden to be won. Donation will go to the Renal Unit at Bundaberg Hospital. Phone 4155 9037.

Mosaic workshop

Sunday Mosaic Workshop for beginners. Discover how to design a mosaic art project, then get hands-on and learn how to use various techniques to use tiles to form a mosaic artwork. From 9am. Bookings essential. Phone 4130 4750.

Biggenden markets

Sunday Biggenden Lions Club Markets, Caroline St, Lions Park, Biggenden. Phone 4127 1294.

 

Mother's Day Music in Park

Sunday Mother's Day Music and Market in the Park, The Esplanade, Innes Park, from 2pm until dark. Featuring musicians Mark Lavender, Mark Daniel, Bree and Kirina, and the Bundaberg Caledonian Pipe Band. Phone 4155 6323.

Apple Tree Markets

Sunday Apple Tree Markets, Apple Tree Creek sports ground, Bruce Hwy. Stall include clothes, bric-a-brac, plants, books, crafts and even exotic liquorice. Proceeds go to the Isis Flying Club.

Mother's Day garden party

Sunday Mother's Day Garden Party, Palm Lakes Resort, Wearing Rd, Bargara, from 1.30pm. $12 per person. Phone 4153 5030.

Make some pom poms

Wednesday : Workshop to make pom poms from tissue paper. From 10am at McDonald's City McCafe. Cost is $15. Bookings are essential. Phone 0428 552 639.

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