EP 51 | What’s On 28 June 21

EP 51 | What’s On 28 June 21

Well hello Toowoomba, welcome to Episode 51 of the Talkin Toowoomba podcast,

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Now lets catch up on some news around town and what’s on this week.

A suite of promotional videos aimed at enticing residents and visitors to venture into the CBD precinct for work and pleasure, has just been launched, Toowoomba Regional Council, The Toowoomba Chamber of Commerce (including the Revitalisation Advisory Committee and Southern Queensland Country Tourism. The venture funded by the council, will encourage all of us to get out and about within our own city. “Southern Queensland Country Tourism will promote these videos through all its social and digital networks.”

The videos are available via Council’s YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/toowoombaregion , and the Toowoomba Chamber of Commerce and Southern Queensland Country Tourism’s networks.

Remember to get Christmas in July festive and get your tickets for next months business networking event, at the Toowoomba Showgrounds, Saturday July 17. Join us and a variety of small businesses in Toowoomba for some fun, and networking, hosted by Terri Adams-Munn from Ten Thousand Dreams, and Dale Kaschula of Kasch Designs & Personal Styling.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣

What’s On EP 51.

Monday 28.06.2021

from Monday to Sunday this week there a number of Art exhibitions by various artists on, including, Jenny Hartley, Bruce Griffiths, Marion Bolton and the Lindsay Collection see councils events page for details

Cobb + Co Museum, 27 Lindsay Street, Toowoomba 10:00am – 02:00pm Monday 28 June 2021 Celebrate STEM and the new Code Breakers exhibition these school holidays.

Presented by Queensland Museum Network for World Science Festival Queensland. Book online: At the Cobb n Co website https://cobb.qm.qld.gov.au/Events+and+Exhibitions/Events/2021/06/Robo+Games

Wednesday 30.06.2021

Toowoomba Sightseeing Bus Tours

Discover Toowoomba’s rich history, see magnificent homesteads, learn our aboriginal heritage , appreciate the hidden gems even if you have lived here all your life, you will come away from the 2 hr trip with a new understanding of what makes up the 2nd biggest inland city in Australia.

Departs Visitor Information centre in James Street at 10am. Book online at www. Toowoombasightseeing.com.au or call 0447 070 635

Canvas Coworking has a Robotics evening from 5:30 pm

Thursday 01.07.2021

9:00am – 01:00pm Thursday 01 July 2021 School Holiday Blacksmithing Location: Cobb+Co Museum, 27 Lindsay Street, Toowoomba, Queensland Australia Create a custom project in this three hour workshop designed for teens aged 13 to 17 years. Terry Drennan has been teaching blacksmithing courses at Cobb+Co Museum for over 15 years. Spectators are welcome at all workshops. Please see website or council event pages for details.

You should all know this one is on…Toowoomba Australian Psychic Expo 19 Days from the 1st of July. 9 till 7pm at Rumours International

Saturday 03.07.2021

The Ten Tenors 25th year Anniversary tour is on at the Empire Theatre from 7pm Tickets at the Empire website.

The Toowoomba Farmers markets on from 07am under the windmill at Cobb n Co museum

The Toowoomba Farmers markets on from 07am under the windmill at Cobb n Co museum

Sunday 04.07.2021

The Handmade Expo Grand re opening Harristown High School 9 till 1 pm

Indigenous Artesian Market on St Vincent Hospital 9 am till 2pm

Kids Line Dancing at the Blue Mountain Hotel 2 till 4 pm

the Toowoomba PCYC Markets at the PCYC Toowoomba from 6am

Time: 10:00am – 02:00pm Sunday 04 July 2021

Explore Royal Bull’s Head Inn, 59 Brisbane Street, Drayton a nineteenth-century inn built by an ex-convict! Open Day this Sunday

A must visit in Toowoomba! The Royal Bull’s Head Inn was acquired by National Trust of Queensland over forty years ago.

Visiting the Royal Bull’s Head Inn is like entering a doorway into the early days of settlement on the Darling Downs. Small entry fees apply to the general public. Entry is complimentary for National Trust members.

Well, that’s it for EP 51 and another week. Thanks again to our local supporters Recognition Plus, find them at recognitionplus.com.au for all your promotional needs. If you have an event or business, you would like us to feature on the podcast email us info@sjamedia.com.au please tell your friends about us and help us out by subscribing and listening to the podcast it’s free.

See you round Toowoomba