Some special milestones will be celebrated at Tamborine's Christmas carols and twilight market on Friday, December 3.
Hosted by the Tamborine Village Lions Club, the event will also mark the centenary of the memorial hall, and 40 years' service by the Tamborine District Citizens Association.
TDCA president Syd Norman will cut a cake at 5.45pm, and all are invited to join the celebrations.
Val and Coral Jones, from Satin Sounds, will join the SongByrds Choir to provide entertainment.
Children will dress as elves to bring Christmas spirit to the village.
The twilight markets kick off at 5pm, with Christmas carols at 6pm. Santa will arrive at 7pm.
Lions Christmas cakes and puddings will be available, and Christmas hams will be drawn throughout the night.
Attendees are asked to bring a blanket or chair for the event.
Those markets will be followed the Lions' regular markets on Sunday, the first Sunday of the month.
They are on from 7am-12pm.
Site stalls cost $15.
To book a stall, call 0487 770 114 email firstname.lastname@example.org
After the December 5 market, the event will go on hiatus until February 6
The Lions are on the lookout for new members, and you can inquire at the markets on how to get involved.
The club, which is 11 years old, has grown from a handful of pioneering members to about 30 on the books in 2021.
Media officer Shirlene Pott said club members come together to help the community at times of need.
"Anything that happens, a house burns down, we will help."
Mrs Pott said residents who joined gained leadership experience and the satisfaction of helping people.
Recently, members helped organise the Remembrance Day service at Tamborine Village.
The group meets twice per month, with a business meeting on the second Thursday at the Lions Club Community Hall.
On the fourth Thursday, the club members have a social outing to a restaurant in the area.
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