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Markets:Woodridge Train Station Markets: Every Sun

Markets:

 

Woodridge Train Station Markets: Every Sunday from 6am to 12pm opposite the Woodridge Train Station.

A traditional multi-cultural fresh produce street market, easily accessible by train, it offers an enjoyable day out for the whole family.

Expect to find reasonably-priced foodstuffs from India, South-East Asia and the Pacific Islands.

Contact Paul on 0433 837 425 or 3299 3377, Ivan on 0449 085 065 or 3290 5340, or Deva on 0412 458 783 or 3826 5398.

 

Logan Central Markets: Every Sunday from 6am to 12pm at Logan Central Plaza on Wembley Road.

A vibrant market with a broad range of stalls.

From second hand goods to bric-a brac and tasty foodstuffs, this is a great way to spend Sunday.

Contact Kim on 3343 6533.

 

Beenleigh Craft and Farmers Market: Every Sunday from 6am to 12pm at the Beenleigh Showgrounds.

A general variety market offering farmers produce, fresh fish, pets, crafts and a wide variety of new and second hand goods.

This market has a ban on dogs and smoking.

Admission is free and there's plenty of parking.

Contact Beenleigh Show Society on 3807 1871 or Des on 3200 5381.

 

Waller Road Market:

Held on the first and third Saturdays of the month on the corner of Waller and Browns Plains Roads.

Fresh vegetables, fruit, clothing, hardware, toys, bric-a-brac, international food and drink.

Contact Paul on 0433 837 425 or 3299 3377 or email ecclinc@y7mail.com.

 

Waller Park Saturday Community Markets:

Every second and fourth Saturday of the month at Browns Plains Market, Waller Park, Browns Plains.

Organised by the Ethnic Communities Council of Logan Inc this market sells everything from new and used toys to international food and bric-a-brac.

Contact Paul on 0433 837 425, 3299 3377 or 3809 2168.

 

Live Shows:

 

February 5: The renowned Australian Queen tribute band Killer Queen will be performing live at Fitzy's Loganholme.

Tickets to the show are $25 and tickets for the dinner and show combo are $45.

To book your spot call 3209 8022.

 

February 5: One of Australia's great rock bands The Radiators, will be performing live at the Springwood Hotel at 8pm.

With more than 4000 electrifying live performances and platinum and gold album sales in their career that spans 30 years, this is a show real rock lovers won't want to miss.

Tickets are $20 and can be booked online at www.ticketmaster.com.au or from the venue by phone on 3208 4444 or at the door.

Enquiries to 3208 4444.

 

February 11: Singing sensation and winner of the 2010 X Factor, Altiyan Childs will be performing live at the Logan Entertainment Centre at 8pm.

He will be supported by X Factor finalists Luke and Joel.

Tickets are selling fast so get yours by calling 3412 5626 or purchase them online at www.logan.qld.gov.au/LCC/logan/lec/events.htm.

 

February 18 to March 5: The stage play When the Cat's Away will be performed at the Crete Street theatre by the Beenleigh Theatre Co.

Based on the popular TV sit-com George and Mildred, this is a riotously funny comedy that will have you rolling in your seat.

Tickets are $26 for adults and $21 concessions.

Bookings can be made by phoning 3287 1377.

 

Something Else:

 

February 1: The Marvellous Mature Women have started their weekly Tuesday activities at 15-21 Mayes Ave (directly behind KFC on Wembley road) Logan Central from 9am to 12pm.

There are guest speakers on topics of interest to mature women, social mornings and bus trips, plus a delicious morning tea.

Cost is $3.50 a week but the first visit is free.

We especially welcome shy or nervous ladies.

Phone Norma on 3208 7339 if you need more information.

 

February 4: Get to Fitzy's Loganholme for a dose of sit down comedy with Rob Brown, Lindsay Webb and Damien Power.

The show starts at 8pm and is suitable for patrons 18 years and older.

Tickets are $20 and can be booked telephonically on 3209 8022.

 

February 9: Southern Cross Voices is holding an open night at 7.15pm at the Activity Centre of the Logan Uniting Church Complex, 129 Dennis Road, Springwood.

Southern Cross Voices is an adult, community choir based in Logan and rehearses at Springwood.

With more than 50 members they work in the community to bring music to the people of Logan.

They invite anyone who is interested in joining a friendly non-audition choir, men and women, to come along and see how they rehearse.

For more information including details about the rehearsal venue visit www.southerncrossvoices.org.au or email southerncrossvoices@gmail.com.

 

February 10: Join Nice Day exhibiting artist Nicola Moss for this exciting workshop at the Logan Art Gallery in weather painting, mood and surface from 10am to 4pm.

Nice Day is a group exhibition in which artists have been responsive to weather conditions, patterns and effects.

After viewing the exhibition visitors will be encouraged to join Nicola for this painting workshop working in acrylic and inks to explore various techniques of layering and surface creation.

Bookings and enquiries to 3412 5519.

 

February 6: The Beenleigh RSL is holding a flood relief fundraiser from 1pm at 13 Bardon Halliday Drive, Mt Warren Park.

It features comedians Col Elliot, Elvis impersonator Dean Vegas and rock ‘n' roll band the Zephyrs who will all be donating their talents to the cause.

Enquiries to 3287 4000.


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