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BRISBANE Health and Education Sector Collaboration
This free Meet Up group is designed to be a catalyst for innovation through genuine collaboration and win-win partnerships. This is for medical, health and education professionals as well as those more broadly in the health and education sector.
Currently, the Australian federal and state governments are keenly seeking new ways to do health care in a way that is more affordable, timely, accessible and effective for all. Local councils are seeking to improve the health and wellness outcomes of their constituents and ensure local businesses are strong. Many non-government organisations have a proven capability to be agile and to respond to consumer and government expectations. To achieve this shared goal of doing things better, innovation is essential. However each of these players in the health care sector tend to work in isolation from one another. Education is such a formative part of society, we need the health and education sectors in direct dialogue with each other.
As winners of innovation awards, we are passionate about helping the health sector get on the front foot. No more playing catch up. That’s our goal. We know that collaboration contributes to innovation. That is due to the following reasons:
This Meet Up group is mainly focused on developing positive and constructive relationships between the government and non-government sector through mixing informally, as well as some more formal evidence-based networking such as 40 second introductions of all attendees, a 10 minute presentation on a topic of interest from either us or our guest speakers, and our in person Meet Ups also include rotations of 3 x 5 minute chats with attendees where interests seem to align to swap business cards and Linked In connections for future follow up as desired.
Enjoy our monthly in person catch ups (BYO drinks and snacks) and weekly Zoom catch ups to share boundless knowledge and experience and work together transform the health sector for the benefit of all.
World Environment Day 2023 Workshop – #BeatPlasticPollution – The Big Sustainable Picture
Gain a greater understanding of how beating plastic pollution is beneficial to our entire cultural, social, and environmental systems.
In this interactive workshop, you will hear from our sustainability consultant, Dr. Kim Polistina, Director of Eternal World, about our need to think about our whole system of life to understand how beating plastic pollution can have long-lasting and positive impacts on our:
-health and well-being,
-social and community resilience,
-sustainable economy, and more.
The session will include light refreshments.
There is NO FEE for the event but a DONATION (amount of your choice) would be appreciated. All proceeds go to:
Sunshine Coast Environment Council (Go Green for June Campaign)
Judge little love lots charity (The Farm)
The Farm, 14 Sattler Road, Meridan Plains
Saturday 10th June, 2023 / 1.00pm – 4.00pm
BOOKINGS REQUIRED FOR CATERING – Go to www.eternalworldsustainability.com/education/ and use the scan code or contact us on:
T: 0411 062 118
E: [email protected]
For more festival events – www.wed.org.au/program
MS Brissie to Bay
The MS Brissie to the Bay bike ride has been an iconic part of the Brisbane cycling scene for over three decades and is a favourite among many, from family and friend groups to large corporate companies and experienced riders.
The ride is more than just a fun day out on the bike; thousands of amazing riders take part to raise vital funds to help change the lives of the thousands of Queenslanders living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and other neurological conditions.
This year, on Sunday 11 June, thousands of riders will be slipping into lycra to take part in the annual ride to fight MS. You can join in by riding one of our five exciting distances. There is the family friendly 10km around the Brisbane Riverside, the scenic 25km ride to Balmoral, the classic 50km to Wynnum and the challenging 100km and 130km courses to Cleveland.
In 2023, we are aiming to raise $1,200,000 for the almost 4000 Queenslanders living with MS and other neurological conditions. Funds raised through the MS Brissie to the Bay bike ride directly supports the delivery of vital services such as physiotherapy and exercise therapy, psychology, nursing support and a phone hotline, to people living with MS and other neurological conditions.
So, what are you waiting for? Suit up in your lycra and wipe down your bicycle! SIGN UP today at www.BrissietotheBay.com.au and help raise $1.2 million to ensure no one has to face MS alone.
Charity Market Day
CHARITY MARKET- a Giant Charity Fundraising Event will be held at Logan Reserve Seventh-Day Adventist Church on Sunday June 11 from 8 am to 2 pm. Lots of stalls, and lots of fun for everyone. This is a great family day out! Trash n Treasure, plants, crafts, car wash, great food and awesome FREE kid’s activities including a petting zoo, jumping castle and hay rides. Each stall will fundraise for a charity of their choice. 588 Logan Reserve Rd. Logan Reserve.
Finding the straight and narrow path: Staying gracious in difficult relationships—either your own marriage, or in wider community or work relationships
Theology on Tap is a public space theology event, and we would love for you to join us on 11th June where Dr Carolyn Russell is sharing on “Finding the straight and narrow path”.
Over the past years, Carolyn has become increasingly concerned about the numbers of couples coming for therapy.
These ailing relationships cause so much pain, and she is keen to explore what is occurring in the Christian community around marriage preparation and support. Finding the straight and narrow path: staying gracious in difficult relationships—either your own marriage, or in wider community or work relationships.
Tired of being buffeted by conflict around you? Wondering what God is doing when peace is absent? Our foundational course will help you focus on what God is doing in your everyday relationships and help you be someone who makes peace rather than fakes it or breaks it!
In this training you will:
– gain powerful peacemaking principles and relational tools
– understand the biblical foundations of peace and reconciliation
– discover gracious ways to deal with difficult people
– have time to reflect upon your personal experience of conflict and peacemaking
– learn how you can begin supporting and building a culture of peace in your
community/spheres of influence
– discover opportunities to glorify God, serve others and grow to be like Christ, even in the
midst of conflict.
This level of training is suitable for all Christians as we work together to promote peacemaking in our own lives, families, workplaces, churches and communities.
Heart of Peacemaking
An improved ability to be a peacemaker and respond well to the challenge of conflict requires a deeper understanding of ourselves, our relationship with God and the deeper things which drive our responses to challenging situations.
In this training you will:
– reflect upon and practise foundational principles and skills learned in our first course
– gain a deeper understanding of the role of the human heart in more serious conflicts
– discover a powerful tool to understand the drivers of your and others’ behaviours
– become better equipped to respond well to challenging people and situations
– engage further with principles of confession and forgiveness
– more seriously explore the concept of a culture of peace and how you can support it in your
community/spheres of influence
The Everyday Peacemaking course is a prerequisite for undertaking the Heart of Peacemaking course and therefore must be completed prior to undertaking this course.
Woodford & Delaney’s Creek Indoor Movie Night
An affordable family night out filled with laughter.
Bring your blanket, pillows and get comfy as you watch the funny 2022 released movie ‘Lyle, Lyle Crocodile’. Rated PG, an American musical comedy film adaptation of the children’s story of the same name.
Entry Fee: $3 per person.
Food will be available to purchase on the night such as sausage sizzle, popcorn, sweets, there will even be hot & cold drinks too.
FREE Street Parking available
***If raining the event will still go on as it is indoors. ***
Financial Superwomen is a FREE money and finance workshop for female domestic violence survivors looking for financial knowledge.
Female domestic violence survivors can register online: https://financialsuperwomen.net.au
During the welcome phone call to those who have registered to attend, the actual workshop location will be provided. This is to ensure the safety of the workshop participants.
This workshop has small group sessions and one-on-one sessions helping women to get answers to their money and finance questions. The free session educates participants on banking, budgeting, renting, how to prepare to buy a home and more. The session and the post-workshop support will help to empower women to become financially stable and secure.
Bardon Mayfair in June
Don’t miss Bardon State School’s much-loved Mayfair in June. This family friendly event will feature live entertainment, rides for big and little kids, and all your fair favourites, including coffee; homemade cakes, jams and sweets; chocolate games; second-hand toys, clothing, jewellery and books; live auction, and more.
Markets and rides will be open from 10 am to 3 pm, with live music and bar open until 6pm.
Collingwood Park get ready because Lego Master Andrew Tuppen is hosting LegoMania at Woodlinks State School Hall !!
What is LegoMania?
LegoMania is a huge Lego Crazy Event for kids/adults/teens/grandparents/anyone who are diehard Lego FANS!
What can I expect?
You can expect to walk into Woodlinks State School hall and see tables spread out with mountains of Lego on each table. LegoMaster Champion, Andrew Tuppen, will be hosting your session, where you will be able to learn all sorts of new ideas and tricks for the Lego World of Wonder!
Is there a cost?
Yes, cost is per table. $20 per table.
Where is it?
Woodlinks State School
Woodlinks Way, Collingwood Park, QLD 4301
Is there parking available?
Yes, there is free onsite parking available at the school.
How many people can I have at my table?
6 people at one table.
Secure your very own Lego table by clicking on “REGISTER NOW”
There are 3 sessions to choose from: 9am, 11am & 1pm. Get in quickly!
Please note: We can only accommodate a maximum of 6 people per table. If you are bringing more than 6 people, please register another table. There are limited spaces available, so register early to secure your table at one of the 3 sessions.
Caution: Lego is a choking hazard, please be aware if you bring small children that you will need to supervise them with the Lego at all times.
If you would like to get in touch with the event organiser, please email Rebecca at [email protected]
Anchored – A Dinner Event for Men
For 140 years, The Boys’ Brigade has been anchored to their object “The Advancement of Christ’s Kingdom among boys and the promotion of habits of Obedience, Reverence, Discipline, Self Respect and all that tends towards a true Christian manliness”. Anchored – A dinner event for men, extends our object to men, advancing Christ’s Kingdom among MEN… and all that tends towards a true Christian manliness.
BBQLD are proud to sponsor this event on June 24. The cost is $45. The speaker is Reverend Rhys McFadden. For more information on Rhys and to register for the event, please go to our website.
Logan District Model Railway Club Open Day
LDMRC Inc. Visitors Open Day and Model Train Table Sale
Sunday 25th June 2023 – 9am to 1pm
Come and see the Best Model Railroading in Logan. Great morning out for the kids to see model trains in action.
Bring the Kids
$5 Adults—Kids Free under 12 years
Free Parking on site
Sausage sizzle and Drinks Available
Day Camp for Primary Schoolers
School holiday fun for prep to year 6. There is also a leadership day camp for young leaders in year 7 and 8. We have worship, craft, cooking, adventure activities, fire cooking, archery. Cost and registration on the website or https://bit.ly/PRDC23
[email protected] Chapel Nambour
Headlining [email protected] Chapel Nambour on 1 July:
River Movement, SEQld’s premiere rap/hiphop/pop dance band – come prepared to dance!
Supported by Echidna Candy Store – electronic pop.
FREE event, drinks & nibbles + merch available to purchase
Donations accepted, freewill offering collected.
Grief Share Course
It may be hard for you to feel optimistic about the future right now. If you’ve lost a spouse, child, family member, or friend, you’ve probably found there are not many people who understand the deep hurt you feel. This can be a confusing time when you feel isolated and have many questions about things you’ve never faced before.
Grief Share meet weekly to help you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life. Each Grief Share session has three distinct elements: video seminar with experts, support group discussion and personal study and reflection.
Course Commences: Monday 10th July- 2nd Oct at 6.00pm
Cost: $50 includes Workbook
Course Address: Community Care Office, Society House, 336 Scrub Road, Carindale
Here are more details about the course.
St Kieran’s Primary School Fete
St Kieran’s Primary School is excited to announce its annual school fete will take place on Sunday, 16 July. This year’s fete promises to be bigger and better than ever before, featuring a range of exciting rides, sideshow alley, games, trash and treasure, cent auction, delicious food and more.
Families and members of the community are invited to attend the fete, which will offer fun and entertainment for all ages. From the thrill-seekers to the more laid-back visitors, there will be something for everyone. The rides are sure to get hearts pumping, with the ever-popular giant slide, dodgem cars and other carnival rides. The sideshow alley will also offer an array of exciting games, including the infamous Dunk-a-Teacher stand.
For those looking to bag a bargain or find hidden treasure, the Trash and Treasure stall will be the perfect place to browse. With a range of pre-loved goods and unique finds, shoppers are sure to discover something special.
Of course, no school fete would be complete with a delicious selection of food stalls, and this year’s event will not disappoint. Visitors can expect to indulge in tasty treats such as cakes and sweets, fairy floss and more. Families can purchase a delicious lunch in the food hall and enjoy performances from the school band, choir, student year level dances and performances from local organisations.
“We are thrilled to be able to host this year’s school fete, and we are looking forward to welcoming members of the community to our school”, said Principal Mr Ben Gray.
“It’s a great opportunity for us to showcase our school, and to raise funds to support our students” he said.
The school fete is a much-loved annual event and it’s sure to be a fantastic day out for all who attend. So mark the date in your calendar, bring your family and friends and join us for a day of fun, laughter and community spirit.
Christmas In July Redlands Special Olympics
Christmas In July will be raising money to help people with a disability partake in sports that Redlands Special Olympics provide eg. Basketball, Swimming, Table Tennis, Bocce, Tennis, Golf and Ten Pin bowling. Redlands Special Olympics committee wish to add more sporting opportunities but without the funding we can’t.
Christmas In July 2023
Entre – Mixed per Person
Bruschetta, Pumkin & Cheese Arancini, Meat Balls, Moroccan Calamari
Mains – Christmas Roast Stack
Slow Roast Beef, Honey Glazed Ham, Herbed Chicken om Chat Potato, Greens, Cranberry Jus and Sweet potato Crisps
Dessert – Sticky Date
Served with Custard, Strawberries & Butterscotch Sauce.
On the Night you will also hear Ari & Jensen play Christmas Covers, Santa making an appearance, silent auctions and raffle tickets.
Tickets are running out fast so make sure you purchase your tickets as we only have limited numbers available
CAP Money Matters
The FREE CAP Money Course is a revolutionary money management course that teaches people budgeting skills and a simple, cash-based system that really works. This course will help anyone to get more in control of their finances, so they can save, give and prevent debt. The CAP Money Course is a course devised by the award winning debt counselling charity, Christians Against Poverty.
Camp Widow 2023
Camp Widow® is an incredibly unique experience for widowed men and women, having been described as combination between a conference and a retreat. It focusses on providing practical tools, valuable resources, and peer-based encouragement for rebuilding your life in the aftermath of the death of a spouse or partner – all in a positive, uplifting atmosphere. This inclusive, secular event is led and facilitated by widowed people, for widowed people.
Guided Father Daughter Camp
Most Dads find it challenging to really connect with their daughters in the way they truly desire to, because Dads have never been daughters.
Our guided “Fathering Girls” Father Daughter Camps help fathers and their young daughters have healthier relationships, stronger bonds, and a deeper understanding of one another.
This is a special and beneficial opportunity for daughters aged 7-13 years inclusive, and their Dads or father figures to experience together.
“I look back at where our family was more than 12 months ago, and where we are now, and I can only be grateful for making these experiences available.”
(Peter K. – A Dad from Sydney, NSW)
These are so much more than your average father daughter camp.
“Add to Cart” at https://fatheringadventures.com.au/shop/fathering-girls-father-and-daughter-camp-south-east-queensland , to avoid disappointment!