Local school holiday fun!
With the school holidays fast approaching, the Redland Art Gallery, IndigiScapes Centre and Redland Libraries have plenty of fun-filled activities planned to keep the kids entertained over the break.
Come along to IndigiScapes on Friday 3 July and Seek Unearth Explore, a family fun day of outdoor, environmentally-focused activities, including waterbug discovery, scavenger hunts, arts and crafts, plant bingo, face painting, biscuit making, weed weaving and a sausage sizzle – all free of charge!
Make a video game, a music video or a fairytale film at Redlands Libraries. With technology projects, art, craft, stories and song, their holiday program offers loads of creative and engaging activities for youngsters aged four to 16 years. Bookings essential and most activities are free of charge.
Visit www.redland.qld.gov.au/SchoolHolidayActivities for further details and booking information.
Meet author Helen Harrison
For the past four years, Helen Harrison has been running the Live Your Best Life workshop for the Redlands Centre for Women and her book Full Esteem Ahead grew from this experience. Come along for an informative, interactive session and learn some tools and techniques for improving your quality of life.
When: Saturday 20 June, 2-3pm
Where: Capalaba Library, 19 Noeleen St, Capalaba
Bookings: 3843 8010
Minor home modifications
Redland Home Assist Secure can help improve your safety and access at home.
- Are you under 65 years of age?
- Do you own or rent your home?
- Do you have a disability or need assistance with daily living activities?
You may be eligible for financial assistance for minor home modifications that improve your safety and access in and around your home. Additional funding is now available but only until the end of June 2015.
More information call 3383 3030.
Water meter reading
Did you know that checking your water meter regularly can save water and money?
It’s easy to do – turn off all taps around your home and record all numbers from the water meter. Do not use any water for at least two hours then check to see if the meter dials have changed since your first reading. Check it every week or month to help monitor your usage and detect water leaks early.
General meeting: Wedneday 17 June 9.30am
Special meeting: Thursday 25 June 9.30am
(adoption of 2015/16 Budget)