Keep up to date with a snap shot of past events and what's on at the Hall
What's on at the hall!
Creative Samford enjoys their monthly meetings at the hall.
Samford Creative is a nonprofit group of artists of all types, ceramicists, painters, graphic designers, sculptors and mixed media. With a broad range of experience form beginners to working professionals, CSI exists to help all of its members to become better and braver in their artistic journey. They are meeting in our hall to practice their craft together and to learn and inspire one another. Why not drop out and see what they are about? They meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month between 9am and 1pm.
Hall upgrade August 2023
We are very excited about the recent working bee at the hall, the transformation is amazing! The once fixed panels are now doors, to let in the view.
Opening the bottom level of hall to the grounds will make the hall more versatile for our own events and future hirers. We can’t thank the committee and volunteers enough for their help to make this happen.
Welcome to Winter Soup Day 2023
Mark your calendars for the highly anticipated Cedar Creek Public Hall’s Welcome to Winter Soup Day, taking place on Sunday the 18th of June. Join us for this enjoyable community gathering, our largest fundraising event of the year.
The Welcome to Winter event has gained a reputation for being an absolute hit, and this year will be no exception. Kicking off at Midday and continuing until 5pm, at this years event we will be entertained by Asleep at the Reel and of course our TGIF musician Michael McGeever! We encourage you to bring your family and friends along and come prepared with a picnic rug, chairs, and any additional goodies you’d like to enjoy throughout the day. Of course, we will have a variety of delicious soups, homemade baked goods, and soft drinks available for purchase. Don’t forget to bring your favourite soup cup!
To ensure the success of this event, we rely on the culinary expertise of our local community. We kindly ask for your support in donating a home-cooked soup or sweets. Your contribution will undoubtedly play a significant role in the success of our fundraising efforts.
We are also looking for expressions of interest for the inclusion of some market stalls, a perfect opportunity for our talented community to showcase their products and services. Email the firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
We hope you can join us at the Cedar Creek Public Hall’s Welcome to Winter Soup Day, where we come together as a community, and make a positive impact for the hall through our fundraising efforts. Be a part of this wonderful event helping us achieve a memorable gathering.
Qigong Classes are now available at the hall on Monday mornings.
Qigong is a type of mind-body exercise that combines meditation, controlled breathing, and gentle movements to boost vitality and foster natural healing processes within the body. Originating from ancient China and Tibet, this practice is utilised for various purposes and offers a wide range of health benefits. For more information contact Su Tindall at email@example.com
Yoga classes at the hall!
Looking for a yoga class to join?
The Hall has Yoga sessions every week!
Check the calendar to find out more, or consider booking your spot for a Yoga Retreat Day.
The next Yoga Retreat Day will be held on the 7th May from 9.30am to 3.30pm.
Our local performing resident, Michael McGeever has been keeping us entertained at these events and he would love some company.
TGIF at the hall is a perfect opportunity to get in front of a friendly crowd and for those a bit nervous about performing, it’s a great way to build up confidence. If you would like to perform at the Halls events, please email us or submit your details via our contacts page.
A big thank you to the below for their support!
The new shed
Thank you to Hall’s members – Sean & Jan Crawford for donating a 3m x 3m shed to the Hall and laying a concrete base. And thanks to committee members Steph and Belinda for rallying members Damien, Brett and Michael to erect the shed. Definitely a team effort by all that were involved in seeing this come to fruition.
The last weekend in March was a busy weekend for the Hall, with both TGIF and Market Fair events on, there was a lot happening.
Thank you to everyone that attended and to the Rescue Organisations, Performers and Celebrities that supported our Market Fair day.
RaDHA the mascot from RAAF Dog Handlers Association with Ray Thompson, on behalf of Australian War Animals.
Wattavu Pilot War Animals mascot with Alexa Waldau: I am a representative of Heavy Horses that served in war on behalf of the ‘Australian War Animals Memorial Organisation . fb Wattavue Pilot Animal Mascot