Nambour Forecourt Live!

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Kick off the festive season with Nambour Forecourt Live!

The first Nambour Forecourt Live! in early September was a huge success so council has teamed up with Peace Run Records again to bring you another stella evening. Bring the whole family down to the new revamped forecourt on the corner of Currie St and Bury St for a fun, free community event from 4pm to 8:30pm!

The main entertainment will kick off at 5pm with live music by indie-pop singer Darcy Kate, followed by folklore duo Day of Embers, and to close out the night, gypsy punk band All Strings Attached.

Delicious pizza will be available from Mobile Woodfire Pizza food truck all evening with a licensed bar provided by Tram Co.

There will be 3 creative workshops running between 4 and 6pm which you can attend by donation including:
- Donut Decorating
Gathered Folk in collaboration with Nambour Social Café and will be offering delicious donut decorating. Keep it simple or go crazy with an assortment of toppings and icing, afterwards taste your work!
-Clay-tastic Ornaments
Hosted by gathered folk. Get festive and create personalised tree ornaments with airdry clay. Go wild with glitters, stamps, lace and florals & with the option to paint at home once full dry. These will for sure jazz up the Christmas tree!
- Island Weaving
Come have some fun learning to weave with pacific artist Skills FJ! Open to all ages

There will also be free face painting and a circus performer!

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