Anyone who has an interest in Mooloolah, local history, creativity or organising fun events is urged to come along to a town get-together on Wednesday 22nd August, 6pm at the Mooloolah Public Hall.
Much of the Mooloolah area was settled back in 1863 when there were many prospects for a good life, including timber, the Mooloolah river and healthy soils. Soon Mooloolah became a home to many, where long-term livelihoods established, schools and services started, farming and timber industries operated and rhythms of bush dances filled the public hall.
Community development worker, Natasha Odgers, said this is a once in a lifetime opportunity for people to do something special for the town and such an historic occasion.
“Celebrations of all kinds come and go but when a town turns 150, it is an extra special time for the community to come together and show what this place means them.
“We encourage as many people as possible to come and share ideas of how they would like to celebrate Mooloolah’s 150th Anniversary. Everyone is welcome, including kids,” Natasha said.
Come along to the Mooloolah Public Hall on Wednesday 22nd August, 6pm. Free supper will be provided. If you are interested to be involved but cannot make this time, please contact Natasha at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0418 720 515.
Mooloolah Public Hall on Wednesday 22nd August, 6pm
Email: Natasha at email@example.com
Phone: Natasha on 0418 720 515