Sunshine Coast unites in Harmony

THERE is a feast of cultural diversity on the horizon as Harmony Week kicks off on the Sunshine Coast from March 18-24.
It’s time to come together to celebrate our diversity through food, sport, art, music and laughter.
A Taste of Harmony picnic, soccer carnival, Japanese cooking class and exploration of mindfulness are just some of the wonderful activities on offer during Harmony Week. Proudly supported by Sunshine Coast Council, the celebration runs across various events and venues on the Sunshine Coast.
Sunshine Coast residents and visitors will be able to take part in a wonderful array of events, including workshops, concerts, food adventures, and sport and art experiences held by local community organisations.
Some locally placed events for Harmony week include Harmony Inside Out, an immersive experience crafted to nurture inner peace and connection.
Embrace the healing power of nature through forest bathing, a guided practice promoting mindfulness and rejuvenation. Thursday, March 21, 7.30-9.30am at Mary Cairncross Park.
A Glimpse of Russia, embark on a captivating journey into Russian culture with a dynamic event featuring traditional folk songs by talented Peachester musician Innessa, celebrating the rich heritage of Eastern-European music. Sunday, March 24, 10am – noon at Nambour Community Centre.
Beerburrum Harmony Week Celebration, experience cultural diversity at the free-entry Harmony Week event hosted in the historic Beerburrum Hall. The Beerburrum School of Arts Association welcomes everyone for a family-friendly gathering featuring artists and performers. Saturday, March 23, 2.30pm at Beerburrum Community Hall.