Get Active Logan Expo: Saturday, August 11, Logan Village Green, 10am to 4pm
THE A-Z of health and wellness starts with apple slinkies and ends with Zumba and features a whole lot of fun, food and entertainment in between. Workshops and displays in eclectic activites that range from gypsy hooping and sword play to yoga, tai chi, meditation and more. The soundtrack includse Tibetan sound bowls. a harpist, live country music and rock’n’roll dancing. Kids activities include an animal farm, face painting, fairy wand making and cup cake decorating. Proceeds go back to the host Lotus Vana, which runs programs for seniors and those with a disabilty at Logan Village.
Art and heritage trail: Browns Plains: At your pleasure
MAKE a road trip to visit parks, gardens, murals and sculptures on a 35km trail that winds through Browns Plains, Berinbah, Marsden, Loganlea and Meadowbrook. See Red Spinner, Mr Brown, Waterford’s Khmer Temple and Loganlea Station massive Connections mural designed by the artist who oversaw murals at Jimboomba RSL.
Read more: Logan unveils new arts and heritage trail
Go here to download the trail guide.
Second anniversary, Thom & Ann’s Deli Restaurant, Yarrabilba: Saturday, August 11, from 6pm:
HELP restaurant owners Scott and Fi Roebig celebrate their second anniversary at Yarra. The couple were the recent winners of Logan Business Distinction and South East Training Award winners. Celebrate with tapas and cocktails from 6pm and music by local singer songwriter Angie Grace, performing a covers set. Best book. Late last week, it was filling up fast.
Village Vibes, Yarrabilba: Sunday, August 12, Yarrabilba Sales and Information Centre, 11am to 1pm:
YARRA launches its own green activation program with family fun days scheduled over coming weekends. Bring a deck chair or picnic rug, head down to the sales centre green and get to know your neighbours. The first of the season tomorrow features a BBQ by Logan Village Lions Club, free coffee, tea and hot chocolate, face painting, giant games and tunes by tunes by local performer Angie Grace.