10 things to do this weekend on the Sunshine Coast
1. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Where: Lifepointe Baptist Centre, Wises Road, Buderim
When: Tonight, 7pm, tomorrow, 2pm and 7pm
Cost: $30 adult, $20 student/pensioner
160 staff and students from Immanuel Lutheran College have come together, as part of an epic collaboration, to present Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. One of the most enduring shows of all time, this sparkling family musical tells the story of Joseph and his coat of many colours. With music and lyrics by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, Joseph is the United Kingdom's longest running show and is full of songs such as Any Dream Will Do and Close Every Door To Me.
2. St Mark's Monster Market
Where: 7 Main St, Buderim
When: Tomorrow, 8am-1pm
A GREAT fun family outing promising heaps of fun with a jumping castle, plus other children's activities; cakes and jams; craft; pre-loved clothes; books; plants; bric-a-brac; Devonshire teas; a sausage sizzle and live entertainment all morning.
3. Nambour Winter Jazz Fest
When: Tomorrow, 10am-5pm, Sunday 3pm-6pm
Where: The Bison Bar & C-Square Courtyard, Nambour
Cost: $15 sessions, or $69 day pass
THE winter jazz fest line-up will include Galapagos Duck, Ingrid James, Trevor Hart, Ewan MacKenzie and Swing Dynamique, Robyn Brown and Jeunae Rogers.
4. Kids' Planting D.I.Y. Workshops
Where: Bunnings Warehouse Caloundra, 54 Caloundra Road, Tel: 5490 5000
Bunnings Warehouse Maroochydore, 70-98 Dalton Drive, Tel: 5430 4300
Bunnings Warehouse Noosaville, Eumundi Noosa Road & Gateway Drive, Tel: 5430 5400
When: Tomorrow and Sunday, between 10am and 2pm
TO help celebrate Planet Ark's 2016 National Tree Day, Bunnings Warehouses at Caloundra, Maroochydore and Noosaville will hosting free kids D.I.Y. planting workshops. Expert team members will run a range of D.I.Y. planting activities, including craft pot decorating using recycled materials and planting pots and vegetables.
5. Emerald City
Where: Majestic Cinema, 52-64 Currie St, Nambour
When: Sunday, 4.30pm
Bookings: box office on 54412594.
Cost: Adults $25, Concession $20 or Movie Club $15.
Info: 5441 2954
MAJESTIC Cinemas Nambour are holding a one-off Q&A screening with Australian National Theatre Live's Grant Dodwell (A Country Practice) accompanying the cinema screening of David Williamson's Emerald City. The play is one of ANTL's first productions filmed live on stage, bringing Australian stories to local audiences via cinema. Emerald City is one of Sunshine Coast local David Williamson's most notable plays and even after 30 years still resonates with the city it's named after.
6. Foote Sanctuary Outdoor Concert
Where: Foote Sanctuary, Park Lane, Buderim
When: Sunday , the gates open in Park Lane at 11am; musical events 12.45-4pm.
Cost: Gold coin entrance fee
BUDERIM'S beautiful Foote Sanctuary will come alive with a mix of pop, folk, classical and choir music by local musical talent, including the Buderim Mountain State School Choir, the Sunshine Coast Choral Society, the Sunshine Statesmen singers and the lively Ragtag Group who back their folk, pop and traditional songs with guitars. The concert will be the the second of the Sanctuary's regular series of outdoor concerts staged in its unique soundshell. As well as music there will be a sausage sizzle, food and drink, garden club plant stall and others selling artefacts and hobby ware. On the natural grassed amphitheatre, there is space for family picnic rugs or take your own chairs. As well as Park Lane, there is access to the Sanctuary via the Simper Walk (Eckersley Ave). Wheelchair access can be arranged by calling 0415 265 534.
7. Caloundra Country Music and Blues Club Concert
Where: Masonic Hall Third Ave, Caloundra
When: Sunday, 1pm
CALOUNDRA Country Music and Blues Club meet at the Masonic Hall, behind the RSL, on the last Sunday of each month.
8. Nambour Together
When: Sunday, from 11am-3pm,
Where: Quota Park, Nambour
ENTERTAINMENT features All Stars Show Band, Spiral Dances, Karen Law Band, All Strings Attached, Sunshine Coast Square Dancers, and many more. Children will be amused with hands-on fun using hula hoops, playdough mountain, face painting and Herb will be there with sound trekking instruments. There will be locally cooked multicultural foods - Mauritian, Japanese, wood-fired pizza, and tasty sweets, including gluten-free options. To learn more about life in Nambour sit down in the speakers' tent and listen while locals reminisce about their lives in the area and what their vision for Nambour is.
9. Psychic medium - Julie Mckenzie
Where: Nambour RSL Club
When: Sunday, from 3.30pm
Cost: $40 pp
Bookings essential: 5441 2366
ONE of Australia's leading psychic mediums, author and renowned public speaker, Julie McKenzie, is coming to Nambour to share a heart-warming afternoon with guests. Julie will be giving personal messages from loved ones on the other side and answering any questions. Tickets include a 1.5 hour show followed by a meet and greet with Julie.
Where: Immanuel Lutheran College Wises Rd, Buderim
When: Saturday, August 6, 3pm-8pm
IMMANUEL Lutheran College will once again host its annual spring fair, Fruehlingsfest, on Saturday, August 6. This year's event is a twilight fair and will be held from 3pm to 8pm. Experience the carnivale atmosphere and sample fantastic food from all corners of the globe while enjoying live entertainment, rides, sideshow alley and more. Enjoy the giant auction, check out this year's trends in the fashion parade and be amazed by the Utopian fire twirlers.