Below is a list of upcoming Council-related activities, events, meetings and community consultation opportunities.
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Learn more about the colourful history of Maryborough on a free guided walking tour.
Frank Marsh on piano, playing your old time favourite tunes.
Your very own Mary Poppins inspired character will guide you on a personalised tour of Maryborough.
Children between the ages of 3–5 are invited to come along to Pipis art sessions to explore materials, create and imagine.
Workshops hosted by practising artists and designed for children to experience a range of creative techniques. Little Skippers is for ages 6–8.
Workshops hosted by practising artists and designed for children to experience a range of creative techniques. Mudskippers is for ages 9–14.
The Art Conversation tours provide people living with dementia an opportunity to connect with the world in enriching and life-enhancing ways.
A multisensory exhibit to raise awareness for Autism.
A community-inclusive display of the beautiful reef and waterways.
Celebrating 70 years, the Maryborough Art Society continues to provide opportunities for locals to enjoy the arts.
A delightful morning of entertainment and laughter with a show-stopping program of performances.
Enjoy Drinks in the Gallery at the Exhibition Opening Night.
Meet the historical characters of the Bond Store as you enjoy a tantalizing experience of regional ports, liqueurs and tasting platters.
Discover the art of storytelling and join an evening story trail.
Relax by the river and take in the sounds of free live music from The Bobkatz and The Dennis Sisters.
The Best of the Eagles is a tribute concert production that delivers a captivating show from start to finish.
A love of sculpture and wildlife shared through the medium of bronze.
Contemporary images of Hervey Bay's iconic pier will be on display to commemorate 100 years since the Urangan Pier was opened.
The Bootleg Beach Boys are the Ultimate Beach Boys experience, the journey begins with the surfing songs of the early 60s.
A playful exhibition of sculptured recycled plastics.