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Somerset Regional Council Weekly Highlights - 13 September 2019

Published: September 13th 2019

Art gallery closing for exhibition install

Somerset Regional Art Gallery – The Condensery will be closed from Monday, 23 September, reopening with a new exhibition on Saturday, 28 September.

Budding Talents will officially open at 6pm on Friday, 27 September, celebrating the work of senior students from Toogoolawah, Kilcoy and Lowood state high schools.

The Condensery is at 29 Factory Road, Toogoolawah, part of the Toogoolawah Visitor Information Centre, which will remain open during the installation.

RSVP for the opening of Budding Talents on 5423 1036.

For more information, follow facebook.com/somersetregionalartgallery/.

 

Charlotte’s Web coming to civic centre

The stage adaptation of the best-selling book Charlotte’s Web is coming to Somerset Civic Centre.

Supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and presented by Somerset Regional Council, the free shows will be held at 6pm on Sunday, 29 September and 10am on Monday, 30 September.

Tickets are free on 5424 2713.

For more on events across Somerset, follow facebook.com/experiencesomerset/.

 

Nominate now for Somerset Garden Comp

Nominations are now open for the third annual Somerset Garden Competition.

Somerset Regional Council and Searles have once again partnered to present the event, with major categories for Best Rural Garden, Best Urban Garden and Best Business/Community Group Garden.

Winners will receive $500 and a signature Searles gift pack valued at $100, runners-up will take home $150, and bonus category award winners will pocket $250. All entrants will receive a Searles gift pack.

Nominations close at 5pm on Wednesday, 2 October, with the competition to culminate in an open gardens weekend on 26 and 27 October.

For nomination forms or more information, visit https://bit.ly/2YcEq2j.

 

Somerset joins Australia’s biggest sale trail

Somerset Regional Council is once again supporting Australia’s biggest sale trail.

The ninth annual Garage Sale Trail will be held on 19 and 20 October, uniting more than 400,000 people across the country.

The multi award-winning sustainability event will encourage reuse, recycling and reduced waste.

The first 1,250 Garage Sale Trail sellers who register before 10 September will receive a free promo pack with posters, price tags and more.

For more information or to register, visit garagesaletrail.com.au/somersetRC.

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