All aboard for the party season
The party season is here and it’s time to get on board the M.V. Catalina for their weekly Friday Night Socials full of good food, live music and of course, those stunning river sunsets.The socials run every Friday night from 5.30pm to 8.30pm so you can sip cocktails, munch on gourmet food, groove to cool tunes while watching the sun set on the beautiful Noosa River.
This season, the team at M.V. Catalina have launched new menus from Van Fine Street Foods, Blue Plum and Something for Catering, plus new live acts and some of our old favourites. Places are limited so bookings are essential. Tickets range from $16.33 to $26.53 and can be bought via their website www.catalinanoosa.com.au. For those who have never been aboard, the M.V. Catalina is that gorgeous Hampton-inspired boat docked along Gympie Terrace (pictured).
Exploring domestic duties through art
Artist Kim Schoenberger will soon launch her latest exhibition that explores issues surrounding domestic life. The solo exhibition will be held at the Noosa Regional Gallery from 1 December to 21 January.This exhibition is titledDomestic Duties Chapter Three Sacred in the Domestic and is the third in a series of works exploring the humble tasks of the domestic and discovering the sacred. Schoenberg plays with semiotics and symbolism to create metaphors and portals of understanding in this final exploration of domestic duties.
Schoenberg takes a close look at the ephemera of household chores that connects communities and represents personal concepts of connection, hopes and dreams.Supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, this thought-provoking exhibition will be officially opened on Friday 1 December from 5.30pm at the Noosa Regional Gallery, 9 Pelican Street, Tewantin, with guest speaker Dr Ginna Brock. Everyone is welcome.Click here for more information.
Eumundi School ready to rock
Eumundi’s next round of talented musicians are ready to rock for their annual end of year concert at the Eumundi School of Arts.The Eumundi School of Rock is the brainchild of local musician Katie Noonan who wanted to mentor budding musicians who wanted to rock rather than play in a classic band or choir.
The end of year concert will showcase performances by the 2017 Eumundi School of Rock scholarship students as well as Katie herself and Abby Dobson of Leonardo’s Bride.The concert will be held at the Eumundi School of Arts, Memorial Drive, Eumundi, on Sunday 3 December from 3-6pm. Tickets are $35 per adult, $15 for children over 5 and $80 for a family pass and are available via the Eumundi School of RockFacebook page.
Take the time to slow down and learn more about local produce at the next Slow Food Noosa breakfast on Thursday 30 November. Find out more about the delicious Fraser Island Spanner Crabs then share a delicious hot breakfast with fellow foodies.Fraser Island Spanner Crabs are lauded as the best crabs on the coast and Jason Simpson will be on hand to explain how the fishery pioneers were one of the first to be certified as sustainable with zero by-catch.
The Slow Food Noosa breakfast talks are held on the last Thursday of the month at Peppers Noosa Resort and Villas, Little Hastings Street, Noosa Heads. Th event starts at 7.45am for an 8am start and the cost is $28 for Slow Food members and $32 for non-members. Visit www.slowfoodnoosa.com/events for more information and to book.