Bubbles and books
Friday 1st November
A precursor to the Bookfest giving members first chance to peruse and buy the books in a relaxed atmosphere, with a glass of wine and nibbles.
A gigantic sale of over 20,000 used books bringing book lovers from near and far. This is our main fundraising event and we thank you for your support.
8.30am – 1pm
Boonah Cultural Centre
The Annual General Meeting
Wednesday 20th March at 7.30am. Hot English buffet breakfast.
Members free, visitors $25
Ritchies Boonah Arts Festival
Saturday 31 August to Saturday 7 September 2024
Bubbles and Books
Friday 1st November 7pm Cultural Centre
Saturday and Sunday 2nd and 3rd November
The Boonah and District Cultural Foundation is workshops, exhibitions, concerts, competitions, performances and fun activities that provide great entertainment and opportunities for the local community to develop and show their talents.
Arts and culture contribute significantly to the economic vitality of a community. Cultural events, festivals, and artistic initiatives attract tourists, bolstering the local economy through increased business for restaurants, shops, and accommodation. Additionally, a thriving arts scene can attract creative professionals, fostering innovation and contributing to the development of a dynamic and resilient local economy.
Arts and culture are integral to the vitality of a community, offering social, economic, educational, and well-being benefits that create a richer and more interconnected society. Investing in and supporting the arts is an investment in the holistic development and sustainability of a community.
RADIO PLAY AUDITIONS
The Ritchies Boonah Arts Festival is a week of events in September including an art competition and art viewing throughout festival week, a writing competition with special encouragement for young writers, a fashion design competition from the classical to the quirky set in a glittering catwalk setting.
Cash prizes for the competitions total more than $7000. The festival is sponsored by Ritchies IGA Boonah and supported by the Scenic Rim Regional Council.