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Do Something's guide to community events

01 Mar -
31 Mar

The March Charge 2018

The March Charge 2018

The March Charge is a fun personal fitness challenge that has an enormous impact on how cancer is researched and treated. Just by walking or running for Cancer Council this March, and by raising funds, you can help us Charge ahead with cancer research, prevention, advocacy and support services. Will you join us in 2018 and really tell cancer where to go?

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When:
06:00am - 11:00am
Access:
Public transport, Wheelchair access, Accessible toilets
Phone:
1800 440 155
Email:
materchicksinpink@mater.org.au
More:
https://www.womensdayfunrun.com.au/

04 Mar

RACQ International Women's Day Fun Run

RACQ International Women's Day Fun Run

The RACQ International Women’s Day Fun Run is happening on Sunday 4 March 2017. Join 10 000 women as South Bank transforms into a sea of pink for the fight against breast cancer. Run or walk the scenic 5 km or 10 km inner city river loop. Together, let’s celebrate the women in our lives and raise $620 000 for vital support services and life-saving breast cancer research at Mater. Don’t miss Bris

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When:
08:00am - 03:00pm
Access:
Free parking
Email:
waterskiqld@gmail.com
More:
http://waterskiqld.com/tournaments/tournament-nationals-2018/

29 Mar -
02 Apr

Tournament Waterkski Nationals

Tournament Waterkski Nationals

Tournament waterskiers from all over Australia will come together in Goondiwindi, QLD to battle it out to take home they Beynon Shield. Adults and children of all ages will compete in slalom, trick and jump. There will be refreshments available on site and spectators are welcome!

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30 Mar -
02 Apr

Melbourne Easter Show

Melbourne Easter Show

Celebrate Easter a different way! The 2017 Melbourne Easter Show was a fantastic weekend out for the families of Melbourne. The 2018 Melbourne Easter Show will be bringing back all the fun and excitement over the Easter long weekend. In 2018 Melbourne Easter Show is bringing a unique, family friendly “ little , big show” to the suburbs of Melbourne.

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