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Discover the techniques needed for silk painting. Artist and teacher Sue Clarke will demonstrate the delicate art of painting on a silk scarf. Sue's silk art is on display at… Read more
Many of Logan's pioneering families produced honey to supplement their income. Housing development almost wiped out the local industry in the 1970s. The City of Logan is now home to… Read more
Using archaeologists’ tools, what might you discover at Mayes Cottage? For ages six and over. This event is held at Mayes Cottage, 20 Mawarra Street, Kingston in celebration of the… Read more
In 1873, the Mayes Family settled on 321 acres of land in the area that was later to become Kingston. Hear about the hardships and achievements of the Mayes and… Read more
Caladiums are a colourful flowering plant native to South and Central America. They thrive in a warm climate and can be grown in the garden or in pot plants. This… Read more
Celebrate Under Eights Week 15-22 May, with a take home craft pack. Visit your local library and collect a craft pack from 15 to 20 May 2023. Limited stock. Read more
Join us for a special story time and reading of 'The speedy sloth' written by Rebecca Young. This book will be read across Australia at the same time and date… Read more
The Mayes Family were keen beekeepers, and produced and sold honey. Learn all about bees, bee keeping and beehives with Norma May Honey and The Urban Bee Co. Find out… Read more
Take home a National Reconciliation Week activity or some books to learn about our shared histories, cultures and achievements. Visit your local library to collect an activity sheet. Available from… Read more