EP 58 | Carnival Time | 30 Aug 21
Well hello Toowoomba, welcome to Episode 58 of the Talkin Toowoomba podcast,
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Events, Events, and Carnival this week
Now let’s catch up with what’s on this week.
Story Time @ Crows Nest Library 9:15am – 09:45pm
Out and About with First 5 Forever Peacehaven Park, Highfields, 11:00 am – 11:30 am
Story Time @ Pittsworth Library 9:30 am – 10:00 am
Story Time @ Clifton Library and Community Centre 11:30am – 12:00pm
Out and About with First 5 Forever, 9:30 am – 10:00 am Queens Park
A breathtaking month of flowers, flavours, and sounds, the Carnival of Flowers takes over Toowoomba in the most beautiful of ways each September. Stay tuned to the podcast for what to do and where, or go to tcof.com.au for more event details.
The Night Garden at the Botanic Gardens, Queens Park every day in September 6 pm till 8:30 pm
Carnival of flowers garden tours
Departing 9 am and 1 pm from the visitor information centre on James street daily during September
Full commentary, air-conditioned bus, a flower extravaganza, Book now to secure your seat at www.toowoombasightseeing.com.au or call Lindsay on 0447 070 635. $30pp for 3 hrs
Parking in Kitchener Street,
Story Time @ City Library Community Meeting Rooms 9:45 am – 10:15 am
Story Time @ Highfields Library (Sports Centre) 10:30am – 11:00am
There is a Carnival of Flowers Info Hub running 8:30 till 4:30 Fri Sat and Sun thru-out September. at Laurel Bank Park Queens Park and Picnic Point get all your carnival info at these locations.
10:00 am – 04:00 pm the Oakey Urban Landcare Group will open the Cockburn Landcare Research Centre during the Carnival of Flowers.
Come and discover the Koala Habitat Project surrounding the Research Centre, and learn about other environmental projects in the Oakey District. Free Entry. Signs will direct from Beale Street, Oakey.
Queens Park 9:30 till 12:30 Chalk Art in the Park and Live music 2 till 5
National Tree Day 2021
More than 2000 new trees and 300 native shrubs and grasses will be planted out across three Toowoomba Region parks on Saturday 4 September To register your interest, call Council on 131 872 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Toowoomba Farmers markets on from 07 am under the windmill at Cobb n Co museum
Live music @ Laurel Bank Park Saturday and Sunday 9:30 till 12:30 and 2 till 5
The Toowoomba PCYC Markets at the PCYC Toowoomba from 6 am
Your Local Wedding Guide Toowoomba Expo 9:00 am – 01:00 pm Clive Berghofer Recreation Centre, USQ
The state heritage listed Railway precinct is a must-visit destination. 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM Meet at the north end, Toowoomba Railway Goods Shed, finish at the Railway Station after a tea or coffee with your tour guide (included in the cost of the tour) Call 0432 939 350 for more details or Tickets are available via the Trybooking website
FATHER’S DAY FAMILY DAY OUT, ENJOY FAMILY FUN, FOOD AND LIVE MUSIC 11.00 am – 1.00 pm QLD State Rose Garden, Newtown Park
Make it a family day out — enjoy all Newtown Park has to offer:
- Children’s play area
- Tennis/basketball courts
- Paths for cycling or scooting
- Lots of wide-open green park spaces
Well, that’s it for EP 58 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 email@example.com remember to tell your friends about us and help us out by subscribing and listening to the podcast it’s free. See you round Toowoomba
Did you miss last week? Listen Here EP 57