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  • Heritage Calendar 2022
    Take a trip down memory lane for just $6
    • Friday 15 October 2021
    The 2022 Sunshine Coast Heritage Calendar is out now, providing the perfect Christmas gift for friends and loved ones.
  • Historian in residence
    Untold stories set to be revealed in ground-breaking program
    • Thursday 14 October 2021
    Sunshine Coast Council’s first resident historians are embarking on two new projects to fill key gaps in our region’s sporting and First Nation’s history.
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    2021 meets the 1950s at Bankfoot House
    • Thursday 30 September 2021
    A new era dawned at the Bankfoot House Precinct today with the unveiling of a new patio at the Mary Grigor Interpretive Centre, new pathways and a retro paint job for the old house.
  • Museum Mystery Madness
    Mystery madness hits Sunshine Coast Museums
    • Friday 27 August 2021
    Visit your local museum in September to test your powers of observation and complete a fun-filled quiz for a chance to win a prize.
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    Calling local historians for new residency program
    • Tuesday 03 August 2021
    Council is calling for expressions of interest from historians to join the residency program and is offering two positions on a three-month contract.
  • Heritage Calendar Competition
    Dig out the photo albums - it's competition time!
    • Friday 23 July 2021
    Share your favourite photos of summers past to enter Sunshine Coast Council’s 2022 Heritage Calendar photo competition.
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    BACKWARD GLANCE: Olympic Games – Flame of Hope for all Nations
    • Thursday 22 July 2021
    As we barrack for the Australian team at the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games, this Backward Glance commemorates our sporting nation and the sporting heroes who represent this great country we live in.
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    BACKWARD GLANCE: Nambour Chelsea Flower Show
    • Friday 09 July 2021
    The first Chelsea Flower Show was held in Nambour on October 25, 1957.
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    Budget strengthens community spirit in Division 10
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    More than $8 million will be injected into exciting projects in Division 10 including vibrant new placemaking to Eumundi Town Centre, a new-look Quota Park, Nambour, and extension and renovations to the family friendly Nambour Showgrounds thanks to Sunshine Coast Council’s 2021/22 Budget.
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    Creating a safer, secure future in Division 9
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    Community consultation for a new Peregian Springs Community Centre, $2.4 million to seal Zgrajewski Road, Yandina Creek, and a new amenities building for Jack Morgan Park, Coolum are just some of the Sunshine Coast Council 2021/22 Budget highlights for Division 9.