Newspaper article The Observer (Gladstone, Australia)

Final Showing for Exhibit; Heather Bells to Bindi Eyes: Remembering Helmut Ends Saturday

Newspaper article The Observer (Gladstone, Australia)

Final Showing for Exhibit; Heather Bells to Bindi Eyes: Remembering Helmut Ends Saturday

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Golden Mount

THE Mount Morgan Historical Society is gearing up for the exciting Golden Mount Festival, from 10.30am Saturday, March 7 at the Mount Morgan Museum

All are invited to take the short drive north to experience all the fun of the festival including stalls, activities and entertainment throughout the day.

Explore the Museum's artefacts and be sure to check out the Maid of the Mountain crowns and sashes.

RSVP on 4938 2122 or at mmmuseum@bigpond.com (mailto:mmmuseum@bigpond.com) by Monday, March 2, 2009.

Mt Morgan Museum

87 Morgan Street

Mt Morgan QLD 4714

Ph 4938 2122 Fax 4938 2925

Email mmmuseum@bigpond.com (mailto:mmmuseum@bigpond.com)

Funding opportunity

THE Gladstone Region Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is an Arts Queensland initiative administered by the Gladstone Regional Council, to assist innovative arts and cultural projects within the region.

Each year Council lodges an official bid for Arts Queensland funding and this money together with a Council allocation is used to fund projects throughout the community.

There are two funding rounds each year with the next round closing 4pm, Tuesday March 31.

Groups and individuals can apply for funding to assist specific activities and it is the role of the RADF Committee to decide, in accordance with the RADF Procedure Manual, if the application meets the criteria and is eligible for funding.

Application forms and guidelines are available at the gallery/museum, online at www.gladstone.gov.au (http://www.gladstone.gov.au) or phone Cultural Projects Officer, Di Paddick on 4976 6766.

Metal marvels

KEEP an eye out at the Tondoon Botanic Gardens for the exciting installation of the SUNfest Metal Marvels sculpture taking place soon. This is the second year local artist Jo Williams has led the group of eager participants during the SUNfest Youth Holiday Program, with each creating individuals works and then collaborating on the soon to be installed public artwork.

When you next wander around the gardens or enjoy a cuppa at the Visitors Centre Cafe, stop and experience the artwork on display in the Centre's Gallery and watch the sandstone plinth for an exciting new resident. …

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