What's on in Gladstone today
THE next meeting of the Gladstone Parkinson's Support Group will be held today at 10am.
These meetings are open to people with Parkinsons, their family, friends and carers.
Go along and have a cuppa, enjoy the fellowship, and learn a little more about Parkinson's disease.
The meeting will be held in the Gladstone Library meeting room.
A free playgroup for mums with bubs from newborn to two years of age will be held at the Gladstone Women's Health Centre from 9.30-11.30am every Tuesday, starting today.
It's a great way to have your baby play while you meet other parents.
The Gladstone Orchid and Foliage Society will hold its next meeting tonight at the Gladstone Showground tearoom, Scenery St, Gladstone, from 7.30pm.
For details phone phone 4978 0239.
Beginner belly dancing classes will be held at the QCWA Hall in Oaka Lane.
The class will start from 6.20pm with all ages, sizes and fitness levels of women encouraged to participate.
Phone 4975 0815 or 0413 004 580 for more details.
A four-week program assisting people to deal with their issues of anger, entitled Positive Directions - Assertiveness Not Anger, will be held in Gladstone from today, with classes from 6-9pm.
The program is developed around awareness, acknowledgement of consequences and the development of ways and means to assist individuals in becoming 'response-able'.
Bookings are essential as places are limited. Phone the Community Advisory Service on 4976 6300.
The ballet Coppelia will be performed by Queensland Ballet at the Gladstone Entertainment Centre tonight.
It tells the story of a beautiful, life-like doll and two bickering young lovers who create comic chaos.
The performance will begin at 7pm. Tickets cost $60 adults, $50 concesson and $40 children.
More details here.
Gladstone Camera Club will meet at the Gladstone Library from 7.30pm.
The club has competitions each month for projected images and prints, based on set themes.
There is also usually a guest speaker each month presenting on a topic of interest.
Tonight's meeting will feature a tutorial on water drops. More here.