** This even has now been cancelled due to the Coronavirus. Sorry for any inconvenience.
The annual Salisbury Easter Egg hunt is on again! Bring the kids down for a morning of family fun! The Easter Bunny himself will be making an appearance, and there will be loads of competitions with prizes, face painting, craft tables, a BBQ by the Salisbury Scorpions, a coffee van for the adults and fun games for the kids, as well as the chocolate egg hunt! Not to be missed!
This is a free event that Mark Ward Property puts on every year, so come down and say hello to the team and BYO Easter basket to put all your chocolate eggs in once you find them! We can't wait to see you there!
Come along to the St Brendan's School 90th Year Community Celebration on Sunday 25th August to help celebrate 90 years of quality education.
There will be rides, a BBQ, cafe and bar, live music, auctions, show bags, kids activities, a photo booth and tours of the school. We will have a stand there on the day so come down and say hello. :-)
CHROME STREET FIESTA
The Chrome Street Fiesta is on again! The Festival will be taking place on the 1st of June at Chrome Street in Salisbury. The festival features free family friendly entertainment.
The festival was first launched in 2016 by a group of residents and business owners to showcase the talents of people within the community. The fiesta features live music, dance performances, local art, information stalls from local businesses in the area and fantastic food for everyone to enjoy.
The Chrome Street Fiesta starts at 1pm and the children's program and activities start at 3pm until 6pm. There will be a street parade at sunset, dancing to music in the street after dark and a mix of fantastic food stalls to choose from. Visual artists, performers and musicians will also be featured.
Last year there were belly dancers, a burlesque workshop, art classes, face-painting, story telling, a clown and circus performers, musicians, costume making and a colourful parade.
There will also be an after dark dance party with a fantastic line up by the Rivercity Community Steel Band, The Parentals, Funklava, aromatic food, drinks. and prizes for best carnivale costume and best dancers.
Chrome Street, Salisbury is home to Reload Expresso Bar, The Salisbury Community Bookshop, Yoga King, VSassy Academy (pole dancing studio), a furniture studio, Dance Pointe, and much more.
For more information on The Chrome Street Fiesta, visit their Facebook Page.
I would like to invite you and your family to our annual Easter Egg Hunt in the Park on Sunday 14th April 2019 at Russ Hall Park, Salisbury.
Come down and meet the Easter Bunny himself, get your face painted, enter our colouring competition and search for easter eggs!
We will be having 2 x egg hunts on the day, one for ages 0-4 year olds (so the littlies get a change to collect eggs too) and then a big one for everyone else.
There'll be a BBQ and coffee van available to purchase food and drinks from, craft tables for the little kids and a soccer game set up for the big kids.
Come along and join in on the fun. We would love to see you there!
Neighbour Day is Australia's annual celebration of community, encouraging people to connect with those who live in their neighbourhood.
NEIGHBOUR DAY FOOD SWAP IN TARRAGINDI
I'm organising a food swap in the park, so please bring something to swap (cakes, fruit and veges, herbs, honey, eggs, etc) to Shaftesbury Street Park on Laura St, Tarragindi on Sunday 31st March 2019 from 10.00-11.30am, to meet your neighbours and make some new friends in the Tarragindi area.
To find out more information about this event, please visit my Facebook page and register your spot, or give me a call on 0414 520 853. I'll see you there!
Every year Griffith University Nathan Campus puts on a fun run through Toohey Forest to raise money for a charity. This year it is on Sunday 7th October and all funds will go to Diabetes Queensland. You can participate in the 5km, 10kms or 21.1km half marathon.
Mark Ward Property will have a team racing to beat the clock in the 5km challenge (as well as a stand at the start of the run where you can come and talk to us about buying and selling property) and beat our personal best time from last year.
We have sponsored the Toohey Trail Run for the past 3 years and will keep doing so to help raise money for the charity each year, and also participating in the run, to keep ourselves fit and healthy.
If you would like to register to do the run (and see if you can beat Mark - he's the fittest in our team), you can do so on Griffith University's website.
We can't wait to see you there!