December 8, 2022

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Weekend Event Guide / 8-10 April 2022

Enjoy our definitive guide to the weekend events around the Douglas Shire and beyond....
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Friday 10 April 2022

ENTERTAINMENT

MT MOLLOY NATIONAL HOTEL / Live music with Dave Cooke and Jag the Joker sitting on a whopping $2300 with tickets from 5.30pm. Meat tray raffle at 7pm raising funds for the local community Clubs. Enjoy Happy Hour and a transfer bus home (book early!)

COURT HOUSE HOTEL / Front Ear from 7.30-11pm

CENTRAL HOTEL / Sunset Raga from 7.30pm

CANE TOAD RACING / Chillis from 6pm

LIONS DEN / Frazer

MAREEBA DRIVE-IN / Head inland for a night of family entertainment under the stars. Old-school outdoor cinema screening new releases and serving classic burgers and snacks. Monster Family 2 and Missing Link playing on both Friday and Saturday night. Gates open 5.30pm with first movie starting at 7pm.


HEALTH, SPORT & WELLNESS

DAINTREE YOGA / 10am Buffs Hall, Mossman

ACTIVE8 FITNESS / Free Seniors Movement and Parkour at Mossman Gymnastics Club & Kindergym 10.30am


FAMILY, ART & COMMUNITY

MOSSMAN COMMUNITY CENTRE PLAYGROUP / Each Friday for kids 0-5yrs from 9.30-11.30am

BOOMERANG BAGS COMMUNITY SEWING GROUP / Mossman Community Centre 9.30-11.30am

FOUR MILE BEACH NORTH & MIDDLE MONTHLY CLEAN UP / Tangaroa Blue 9am-1pm
Meeting at Bruno Reidwig Memorial Park at the end of Solandar Blvd
To Register: Please email info@tangaroablue.org. Volunteers need to wear enclosed shoes, bring sun/rain protection, and plenty of drinking water (1 to 2 litres is recommended). We try to ensure that all Tangaroa Blue events are free from single-use plastic, so bring along your reusable water bottle.


Saturday 9 April 2022

ENTERTAINMENT

COURT HOUSE HOTEL / Night Shift from 7.30-11pm

CANE TOAD RACING / Chillis from 6pm

LIONS DEN / Frazer

TIN SHED / Blue and White Night for the Port Douglas Crocs


MARKETS

MOSSMAN / 7am-1pm


SPORT, HEALTH & WELLNESS

AFL / Port Douglas Crocs v Cairns North Tigers. Reserves start 12.30 pm. Watsons Oval.

YOGA WITH LUCY / 7am Buffs Hall Mossman

DAINTREE YOGA WITH SCHELL / 9am Buffs Hall Mossman

MOSSMAN & DISTRICT RIFLE CLUB / Target Rifle Shooting Afternoon


Sunday 10 April 2022

ENTERTAINMENT

PLANTATION RESORT / Sunday Session by the Pool with live tunes by Yahdoh from 4pm

COURTHOUSE HOTEL SUNDAY SESSION / Live music from 12-3pm and Stan Stone from 7.30pm

CENTRAL HOTEL / Seachange from 7.30pm

LIONS DEN / Ella Hartwig Album Release

ELLIS BEACH BAR & GRILL / $1 Oysters & Live Music from 1-4pm


MARKETS

PORT DOUGLAS / 8am-1.30pm

HOLLOWAYS / 8am-1pm


WINE & DINE

PALMER SEA REEF GOLF CLUB / Sunday Roast from 11.30am-2.30pm

MOUNT MOLLOY HOTEL / Sunday Roast Lamb Lunch 12-2pm

BARBADOS / Seafood Sunday Session 3-5pm

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HEALTH & WELLNESS

SOUND HEALING & SACRED CACAO CEREMONY / Two hours of guided ceremony, immersed in cacao & soundscape, connection to our hearts, higher consciousness and inner wisdom hosted by Wairua Sound at Port Douglas Yoga Shala. Bookings and further information online at www.TryBooking.com/BXAST

Or private message to secure a place and pay on the day.


In case you are wondering what the weather is up to 😉

A weak ridge extends along the east coast. Tropical Cyclone Fili [988 hPa] near New Caledonia is forecast to move southeast over the coming days, remaining well offshore of the Queensland coast. A high [1031 hPa] in the Tasman Sea will combine with Tropical Cyclone Fili and a low that is expected to form in the Coral Sea over the next few days, increasing southeasterly winds south of Townsville. Winds 10-15 knots south to southeasterly all weekend with cloud cover picking up on Saturday.

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