Events in January

Magic Pete Magic and Balloon Show
When: Wednesday January 3, 11am
Where: Club Glasshouse, 6 Gardner Street, Glass House Mountains
Info: Something for the kiddos during the school holidays, let Magic Pete entertain them. For more information phone the club on 5436 5000.

8 Ball Aitken Band
When: Saturday January 6, 6pm
Where: Maleny RSL, 1 Bunya St, Maleny
Info: Glass House Mountains musicians 8 Ball Aitken and Jessy Lynch are set to perform their first show of the year. Tickets: $30 from https://events.humanitix.com/8-ball-aitken-band-play-maleny-rsl

Viking kids
When: Monday January 8,
10-11am
Where: 30 Maple St, Maleny
Info: Join in the creative fun as a Viking kid. Writie Runes like the Vikings. Then create a Viking longboat using collage materials. All ages. Phone Rosetta Books 5435 2134 to book your free place.

Pizza Making
When: Wednesday January 10, 11am
Where: Club Glasshouse, 6 Gardner Street, Glass House Mountains
Info: Club Glasshouse invite you and your little ones for a Pizza making session to cure the boredom. For more information phone the club on 5436 5000.

Pottery Platter Workshop
When: Friday January 12, 6-8pm
Where: Caloundra Regional Gallery
22 Omrah Ave, Caloundra
Info: We are turning the Gallery into a ceramic studio for one night only in January and making pottery platters. Guidance and all materials will be provided.
Complimentary drink and nibbles provided. For tickets https://events.humanitix.com/gallery-up-late-pottery-platter-workshop/tickets

Lost Treasure Pop-up Market
When: Now until Thursday, January 11, 9am-5pm (closed Xmas Day)
Where: Maleny Community Centre
Info: New, vintage and preloved treasures available for purchase, including vintage clothing, Hawaiian shirts, t-shirts, hats and sunnies, tin toys, records, crocs, gumboots, jewellery, furniture, antiques and collectables, and giftware.

Maleny Film Society- Last Film Show
When: Saturday, January 13, 3pm
Where: 23 Maple Street, Maleny
Info: Samay fights heaven and earth to find light. He wants to catch, control, cut and project that light to tell stories. Now to pursue that dream he must leave everything he loves and take a flight to find the light. MATINEE SCREENING, Doors open at 2:30 pm for licensed bar, tea/coffee, slices, movie starts at 3:00 pm. EVENING SCREENING, Doors open at 6 pm, movie starts at 7:00 pm licensed bar, tea/coffee, slices. BYO nibbles, meals or restaurant takeaway (Tables provided). https://malenyfilmsociety.au/project/last-film-show/

2024 Summer Maleny Wedding Festival Trail
When: Saturday, January 13 and Sunday, January 14, 10am-3pm
Where: Multiple locations across Maleny
Info: Research your vendors in advance so you know who you would like to meet along the way, most have specials for booking over the weekend, so be ready to take advantage of any offers available to you. Lock in the date and register soon to attend this free event, or enter to win amazing prizes! For more, https://visitsunshinecoasthinterland.com.au/event/maleny-wedding-festival-trail-summer/

Write On!
When: Monday January 15,
10-11am
Where: 30 Maple St, Maleny
Info: Kids can explore the magical world of storytelling with children’s author and primary school teacher, Adam France, through a range of interactive and hilarious writing activities. This workshop provides the tools and motivation necessary for all kids to be the best storytellers they can be. Phone Rosetta Books
5435 2134 to book your free place.

Kids Bingo
When: Wednesday January 17, 10.30-11.30am & 2.30-3.30pm
Where: Club Glasshouse, 6 Gardner Street, Glass House Mountains
Info: Eyes down and two little ducks, bring the kids along for a game of bingo. Ages 7-13. For more information phone the club on 5436 5000.

Marvellous museums
When: Until Sunday, January 21, 10am – 3pm Wednesday to Sunday
Where: Bankfoot House – 1998 Old Gympie Road, Glass House Mountains and Landsborough Museum – 4 Maleny Street, Landsborough
Info: At Bankfoot House, enjoy Christmas crafts, peg dolls and paper crafts, butter churning, pioneer play and more.
Make your own Christmas decoration, search for the elf on the shelf or spot the difference in the then and now exhibition.
Entry is free, with bookings required for some activities heritage.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au