Band in the Park will be raising funds for the Laidley Flood Relief on Sunday 10 March from 4-6pm.
Rock duo Kylie and Kym will be performing. Entry is free but you are asked to bring a monetary donation
Home baked goods may also be donated for a cake stall to benefit our friends in Laidley. Please bring the baked goods to the Marburg Community Park from 4pm (corner Edmond and Queen Streets, Marburg).
BYO chair or rug. BBQ and drinks for sale.
The Marburg and District Residents’ Association publishes an intermittent newsletter that is delivered to mailboxes in Marburg. The electronic file for the March 2012 edition may be accessed here: MRA_issue 9 (1.2 MB pdf document).
- 2012 Black Snake Creek Festival planning
- Details of the Marburg Youth and Young Adults Award Scheme
- Water quality and salinity issues for the Black Snake Creek
- Band in the Park
- Details of upcoming Marburg events
The temperatures have dropped which means that it’s the season for Music and Dinner in the Hall.
First up this winter will be Shane Hauschildt on Friday 4 June at the Marburg Community Hall (corner of Edmond and Queen Streets, Marburg).
The cost is $25 for the evening and bookings are essential on 5464 4624.
Band in the Park for March 5 is cancelled due to the the weather and the conditions of the grounds. The scheduled band, “Made in Australia” will return on Friday May 5th.
Friday March 5: The ‘Band in the Park’ for this month is ‘Made in Australia’. Come and join the Marburg and district residents for an evening out and a BBQ in the park.
The next Band in the Park will feature WASABI — a high NRG rock show complete with a fully computer operated light show, choreographed moves and crazy stage antics. Wasabi are more than just your average covers band, it’s a rock show!
Details: Friday April 9
Marburg Park (corner of Edmond and Queen Streets)
Sponsored by the Marburg and Districts Residents’ Association, The Marburg Hotel and The Green e Shed.