CPR awareness training
Saturday, November 18 from 9-11.30am at the Ipswich City Council Library.
IN an emergency, every minute counts. That is why it is so important to know CPR. The CPR Awareness Program aims to provide the community with the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to respond to a sudden cardiac arrest. It is free to attend.
For more information, phone Fiona Smith on 3381 7685 or send an email to email@example.com.
Rosewood markets and car boot sale
Saturday, November 18 from 7-11.30am at the Anglican Church Grounds, 72 John St, Rosewood.
BROWSE the variety of stalls including local arts and crafts, fresh produce, books, plants, bric a brac and more. There will also be a sausage sizzle and devonshire tea available to purchase.
Libraries up late - Gaming extravaganza
Saturday, November 18 from 5-7pm at the Ipswich Central Library.
INDULGE in a fast and furious night of fun and games that will get your heart racing. Play a fierce competition against other players or enjoy experimenting and learning some fun new games. It is free to attend.
Woodcrest Community Market
Sunday, 19 November, 7am to noon, Woodcrest State College, 38 Nev Smith Dr, Springfield
Run by the Woodcrest P&C Association, all stall fees support resources and infrastructure at the junior and senior school campuses. The event is free
The Handmade Expo and Vintage Market
Saturday, 18 November, 8am to 1pm at Ipswich Turf Club, Brisbane Rd, Bundamba
This monthly market offers handmade, baked and grown goods from up to 100 stalls.
Take advantage of free parking and pick up some special Christmas presents.
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