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Snapshot – 25 March 2015


Free school holiday activities

Redland Art Gallery invites children and families to participate in Kids on Tour Jemima Wyman Pattern Bandits, an exciting holiday program of projects and activities developed by the artist and the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. Drop-in sessions 10am-2pm. No bookings required.

Venues and dates:

  • North Stradbroke Island
    Wednesday 8 April 2015
    Point Lookout Community Hall
    East Coast Road, Point Lookout
  • Cleveland
    Sunday 12 April 2015
    Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland
    Cnr of Middle and Bloomfield Streets, Cleveland
  • Capalaba
    Wednesday 15 April 2015
    Redland Art Gallery, Capalaba
    Capalaba Place, Noeleen Street, Capalaba

 

Easter holiday closures

Unless otherwise indicated below, normal operating hours apply:

  • Council offices, Redland Libraries and Redland Performing Arts Centre will be closed from Good Friday 3 April, reopening Tuesday 7 April.
  • Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland:
    Closed Good Friday 3 April, Easter Saturday 4 April and Easter Monday 6 April. Open Easter Sunday 5 April.
  • Redland Art Gallery, Capalaba:
    Closed Good Friday 3 April, reopening Tuesday 7 April.
  • IndigiScapes Centre and Visitor information Centre:
    Closed Good Friday 3 April. Open Easter Saturday 4 April and Easter Sunday 5 April (as usual) and Easter Monday 6 April (with limited staff and service).
  • Animal Shelter: Open only 9am to 12pm on Good Friday 3 April, Easter Saturday 4 April and Easter Monday 6 April.
  • All waste transfer stations: Closed Good Friday 3 April. Kerbside bin collections will continue as normal.
  • RecycleWorld (open every Thursday and Saturday): Closed Easter Saturday 4 April, reopening
    Thursday 9 April.For more information, contact Council on 3829 8999

 

Tunes and Tapas at RPAC

Enjoy free live music and a great selection of tapas and drinks at Redland Performing Arts centre’s Tapas Friday series.

  • When: Friday 27 March, 5 – 7pm
  • Where: RPAC Piazza, 2-16 Middle Street, Cleveland (parking available on site)For more information on upcoming RPAC events, visit www.rpac.com.au

 

Only working smoke alarms save lives …

Redland Home Assist Secure clients are reminded that your smoke alarm battery may need replacing. If it has been 12 months or more since your smoke alarm battery was changed and you require assistance to fit a replacement, please call us.

Fire Services recommend that you replace your smoke alarm after ten years. A year of manufacture date is displayed on all smoke alarms.

For more information phone Redland Home Assist Secure on 3383 3030.

 

Open meetings

  • General meeting: Wednesday 25 March, 9.30am
  • General meeting: Wednesday 22 April, 9.30am

Snapshot – Tuesday 17 June


School holiday activities

This winter school holidays Redland Libraries, Redlands IndigiScapes Centre and Redland Art Gallery have lots of activities to keep youngsters entertained! From spotlighting and earth exploring, to dinosaur days out, wearable art and drop-in art sessions, there’s a great range to suit kids of all ages.

All activities are free or low cost. Bookings for library activities and art gallery workshops are now open. Bookings for IndigiScapes activities open Monday 23 June. For dates, details and booking information visit our libraries, Art Gallery and IndigiScapes.

 

NAIDOC Week Display

Request for war memorabilia

We will host an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Serving Country – Centenary and Beyond display during NAIDOC Week (7 – 12 July) at Cleveland Library. We are seeking local photographs, small artefacts and/or stories which relate to all wars in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders serving Country.

Council is also seeking names of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander servicemen and servicewomen for a Redlands ‘Honour Roll’ poster. To contribute memorabilia or add a name to this display, contact Di Andews by email or phone 3829 8914.

 

Waste safety message

EPIRB disposal

Council cannot accept Emergency Positioning Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRBs) at Waste Transfer Stations or in kerbside waste bins. Incorrect disposal can cause serious safety issues or trigger false distress alarms wasting taxpayers’ money and valuable resources.

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority advises unwanted or expired EPIRBs can be taken to any Battery World store for free disposal. The nearest store in Redlands is at Capalaba.

For more information visit the Australian Maritime Safety Authority website.

 

Tapas and music at RPAC

This Friday 20 June

Come along to the Piazza at Redland Performing Arts Centre (RPAC) from 5-7pm this Friday 20 June for a night of tapas and free live entertainment.

The night’s entertainment includes original music and covers of popular songs from Eva Cassidy, Sting, Sam Smith, Coldplay, Justic Crew, Sia, Sheppard and Michael Jackson performed by Noisy Minors and other artists from Vocal Manoeuvres.

Tapas Friday

When: Friday 20 June, 5 – 7pm
Where: RPAC Piazza, 2-16 Middle Street, Cleveland (Parking available on site)

For more information on upcoming RPAC events, visit the RPAC website.

 

Are you building a fence?

Council needs access to your water meter for quarterly meter reading,as well as maintenance and replacements. It you are considering building a retaining wall or installing a new fence or locked gates on your existing fence, please call us on 3829 8999 or discuss accessibility requirements.

 

Open meetings

General meeting – Wednesday 25 June, 9.30am
Special meeting – adoption of 2014/15 budget – Thursday 26 June, 9.30am

Free accessible film screenings at RPAC


Redland City Council is helping to bring free accessible film screenings to the Redlands, with open captions and audio descriptions that cater for people with hearing and vision impairments.

Popular Australian film, The Sapphires, and a series of new Australian family-friendly short films will screen at the Redland Performing Arts Centre on Saturday 15 December. With limited general, wheelchair and hearing loop seating available, it’s best to book ahead to avoid disappointment.

Accessible screening details:
When: Saturday 15 December, 2pm (short films) and 4pm (The Sapphires).
Venue: Redland Performing Arts Centre Concert Hall, Middle Street, Cleveland
To book: RPAC Box Office ph 3829 8131

Mayor Karen Williams said she was delighted that Council was partnering with a national tour of the Access All Areas Film festival to host their only Queensland community event.

“It is easy to forget the barriers that exist in every facet of life for those with a disability,” she said.

“We look forward to the day when a wider range of technologies is available so that people with a hearing or vision impairment may have access to a broader range of experiences and entertainment,” Cr Williams said.

Cr Williams stressed that this was a free event for the whole community.

“Everyone is welcome to attend and I’m looking forward to seeing many community members there.”

These film screenings are among a number of events Council has hosted in recognition of International Day of People with Disability (3 December). Other activities included workshops addressing access in the built environment.

Internationally acclaimed stars to shine on Redlands


Tickets are now on sale for the 2012 Redlands on Stage variety performance at Redlands Performing Arts Complex (RPAC) on Saturday 3 November.

Internationally acclaimed Opera singers Shaun Brown and Sarah Crane, who will next appear in Opera Queensland’s Carmen, headline this year’s annual concert.

Redlands on Stage is collaboration between RedArts – Redlands Arts Council, Redlands Eisteddfod, RPAC and Redland City Council and shines the spotlight on talented local artists to raise funds for Redland community arts and our young emerging artists.

Audience members will be treated to a two-hour variety showcase, with acts ranging from song and dance, to instrumental and poetry performances.

Redland City Mayor Cr Karen Williams said Redlands on Stage showed the depth and diversity of talent in the Redlands.

“Each year, this concert attracts the highest calibre of local and visiting talent, and 2012 is no exception, with some outstanding acts,” Cr Williams said.

“Redlands on Stage is a great chance to celebrate the strength of our performing arts community and the important role they play in making Redlands a great place to live.

“The money from all ticket sales is invested back into supporting and enriching the Redlands’ arts community, so I encourage everyone to come along and have a great day out.”

Master of Ceremonies Craig Martin will lead the audience through a spectacular array of entertainment, including appearances by the Conservatorium Musical theatre students, the Ormiston College Jazz Band, violinist Camille Barry, Shane Calderbank on piano, and the Strictly Ballet Senior Classical Ballet Group.

Performance details
2pm Saturday 3 November
2 hours – including 20 minute interval

Prices range from $10 for children to $27 for adults, with pensioner and student discounts available. You can book your tickets: in person at RPAC Box Office, 2–16 Middle Street, Cleveland by phone – 3829 8131 online 24/7 using the Buy Now link below (a $2 booking fee applies to online purchases)

If you require mobility assistance please contact Redland Performing Arts Centre Ticketing so that they can accommodate your needs.

For more information on the Redlands on Stage performance concert program, or to
book tickets online, visit www.rpac.com.au.