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The club is seeking interest in booking a day trip to a Celtic Festival at Helidon.
More information and pick up points can be found at their web address.
 
Helidon’s annual Celtic Festival comes alive with groups from far and wide proudly showing off their Celtic heritage. With music, dance displays, massed pipe bands, collectables, medieval re-enactments and knight schools, highland games display and much more, the closed off main street is filled with entertainment and activities for everyone. Purchase lunch at the many food stalls on offer. Today’s fare includes morning tea only.
 
Pick up points include Taigum shops, Carseldine Rail Station, Aspley, and Chermside.
 
Please let Brian know if you are interested, or contact the club through our Contact page.
Chris Johnston from the organization Computers 4 Learning, or C4L, was our Guest Speaker. Chris has been the manager for many years, and he was accompanied by Veronica Doyle, the new manager. We learned about what the organisation does.
 
 
Further information may be obtained by going to:-
http://computers4learning.org.au/
 
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