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Thursday, July 2, 2020

Libraries

Zoom family chats help clients at Gracie Dixon

The Gracie Dixon Centre is launching a community outreach program to connect vulnerable seniors with friends and family via Zoom sessions.

Stay @ Home and Play

A great local initiative, Stay @ Home and Play, by state and local governments is supporting vulnerable children in the Bundaberg area.

Library members stay connected through Zoom

While the doors may be closed at Bundaberg Regional Libraries, staff are using Zoom to stay in touch with members during Coronavirus restrictions.

Art packs and TikTok help community stay creative

Arts Bundaberg have created art packs and TikTok activities to help keep the community stimulated during the Coronavirus restrictions.

Online library membership now available

Bundaberg Regional Libraries is offering residents the option to sign up for online membership to take advantage of the many eServices on offer.

Arts Bundaberg 2020 program launched with a flourish

2020 will be a great time for lovers of arts and culture, if the Arts Bundaberg 2020 program, which has been launched, is anything to go by.

Latest news

Bundaberg Art Prize returns to brighten CBD

The Bundaberg CBD is set to become a thriving arts hub in November with the return of the Bundaberg Art Prize.

Rail Trail Double record for Mandy Cook

Mandy Cook is passionate about cycling and she is now the record holder for the first ever Women's SBRT-BVRT Rail Trail Double.

Alexandra Park Zoo has reopened

Animal lovers can visit Alexandra Park Zoo again after it reopened on Tuesday, 30 June.

Tropical carnivorous plants eat bugs and mice

Geoff and Andrea Mansell from Exotica Plants at Cordalba specialise in carnivorous tropical plants which eat flies, beetles, bugs and mice.
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