Just some of the things on at the hall in the way of classes and events
Eumundi Calisthenics Club
Non competitive Dance, fun, flexibility, fitness
Phone Fiona for details 0427 835 902
Eumundi World Cinema Inc
We are a passionate about film and want to share international award winning films with others to build cultural awareness and simply have fun. Third Wednesday of each month
February through to December
More information and to become a member or book as a casual attendee CLICK HERE
Welcome Home Remembrance Supper Dance
This year is the 100th Anniversary of Armistice Day now known as Remembrance Day
To commermorate this event the Eumundi Historical Association is presenting a Supper Dance in the style of supper dances held to celebrate the return of Eumundi men after the end of WW1 in 1918.
Enjoy fabulous music from Pete Kelly's 10 piece Swing Band, very ably assisted by singers Melissa Isles and Carl Beck, with a wonderful supper from 'Free Ranging Chef' Peter Wolfe. Details CLICK HERE
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Eumundi 'Rocks around the Clock'
Saturday 16 September 2017
A celebration for the 50th Anniversary of the naming of the Sunshine Coast.
Special guest performance by Australian music legend Little Pattie.
With 'Blue Suede' and the 'Doo Wop Dolls'.
Dinner is included in the ticket price and a first glass of bubbly.
Heritage Discovery Showcase
Sunday 20 March 10am to 3pm
The Sunshine Coast Council event Heritage Discovery Showcase saw 15 different heritage groups showcase the places and stories of our region.
It included fashion parades through the eras, butter making, wood carving and turning, and string making demonstrations and classic antique cars. Queensland Air Museum’s Caloundra had a de Havilland Sea Vixen Jet Fighter Cockpit pod on display. Council’s new portable museum boxes were on display, including objects from the SS Dicky and a beautiful display of restored books from the collections of Bankfoot House and Berkelouw Books, Eumundi.
It was so successful it will be repeated in 2017