Below is a list of upcoming Council-related or sponsored activities, events, meetings and community consultation opportunities.
For more events across the Fraser Coast region, visit Fraser Coast Events
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.
Contact your library if you are interested in starting up a new book club.
Storytime is a popular program of stories, songs and craft activities for children aged 2 to 5 years.
The Rattle & Rhyme program is a weekly lapsit program designed to introduce children to language through songs, rhymes and stories.
Join us for a cuppa and chat about new books, great reads and lots more.
Colouring isn't just for kids anymore! It's a relaxing, stress-relieving and fun way to spend an hour or two.
Toddler Time is a fun-filled program including stories, action songs, rhymes and sensory activities.
Bring photos along to scan and share ideas with other local history enthusiasts.
Local wildlife enthusiastics present talks on topics of interest on the 3rd Friday of the month.
Residents who live independently, but are unable to visit library branches due to ill health, disability or frailty, can access a free housebound library service.
Chess sessions are held every Saturday from 9am to 12noon at the Hervey Bay Library.
Monthly vintage, classic films are screened at library branches in Tiaro, Maryborough and Hervey Bay.
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.
One Little Read is an exciting community engagement project which promotes language and literacy across an entire year using the book I’m a Dirty Dinosaur by Janeen Brian and Ann James.
Held on the second Friday of the month from 12 noon to 1pm at the Maryborough Library.