48; Make a Bee-Line Here for All the Weekend Action

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48; Make a Bee-Line Here for All the Weekend Action


Today

9ama2pm: The Free Paddle Day at the Causeway Lake on the Emu Park side near Coolwaters Caravan Park. A wide variety of kayaks will be available to try out.

10am: Debbie's Dance Studio's junior concert at the Pilbeam Theatre. Tickets from $9.

11a11.30am: Officeworks will hold a aCreate your own kid's birthday invitationa workshop.

1pm: Capricorn Writers and Friends are launching their book A Christmas Presence: Stories of the Festive Season at Yeppoon Library on John St.

2pm: A monster Christmas cent sale, along with a multi-draw and raffle, will be held at Rockhampton and District Indoor Bowls Hall, 58 Kent St, Rockhampton.

2pm: Debbie's Dance Studio's senior concert will be held at the Pilbeam Theatre. Tickets from $9.

2a3pm: Comedy workshop at Yeppoon Town Hall on Normanby St. Phone 4939 4805 for details.

7.30pm: The Cawarral School of Arts is holding their Christmas dance with raffles and a supper.

7:30pm: The Rockhampton Musical Union choir will present Gilbert and Sullivan's Trial by Jury, plus a concert program of romantic songs at their hall in Denison St. Bookings at Greens Music Centre.

7.30pm: Fresh and Funky stand-up act by Australian indigenous comedian Sean Choolburra at the Yeppoon Town Hall. Adults $20 and children $12.

7.30pm: The DFB, Betrayal Of An Empire, Exile and Lockjaw (acoustic) at Cave Bar, Grand Hotel. 18+ event.

8pm: Bottom Line at the Oxford Hotel.

8pm: Dan Miller at the Strand Hotel, Yeppoon.

8pm: Damien and Phil Brome at Pacific Hotel, Yeppoon.

8pm: DJ Dazzman in the Beer Garden at O'Dowd's Irish Pub.

9pm: Double Impact at the Criterion Hotel.

8pm: DJ Bobbz at the Marsden Tavern, Yeppoon.

9pm: Ryan Giles on the Corner Stage, Heritage Hotel.

10pm: Ministry of Sound The Annual with Tommy Trash and Tom Piper in the River Lounge with The Askins and RNB DJ Riley in the MacArthur room. …

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