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Whats on November – QLD

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Justine Clarke Pop Up Tour makes its way to Brisbane 28 November at QPAC. Justine will bring the stage to life in a pop up book theme highlighting the stories we tell through music and song.
It will also include a musical reading of Justine’s first book The Gobbledygook Is Eating A Book due for release this October through Penguin.
Through live music, the magic of story telling and an interactive use of the large screen backdrop, the audience won’t be able to resist being thoroughly engaged with this 55-minute musical odyssey of fun!

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Pirates Ahoy! Mini Mariners welcomes 2-5-year-olds to follow the treasure map around the museum to find the secret treasure cave. Then you can decorate your own pirate hat, bandanna or treasure chest to take home. Expect lots of fun with games, craft and story time. The interactive gallery tour is led by a costumed guide and there is free play in our themed space. Wednesday, 28 November 2012 Tuesdays 6 – 27 November & Saturday 17 November | 10 am or 11 am.

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Dora’s Pirate Adventure – From the 3rd November 2012 – Dora and her friends are planning a Pirate Party! Yay! But the Pirate Piggies have mistaken their chest of party favours for a chest of Treasure! Now Dora, her cousin Diego, Boots the monkey and all their friends need YOUR help to find the Pirate Piggies, out chase Swiper and have a Pirate Fiesta!!

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oiyts Jnr Doras Royal Rescue – in cinemas until the 4th of November – Dora’s a knight and Boots is her squire as they come to the aid of Rocinante, Don Quixote’s noble and faithful horse. Quixote is imprisoned in an abandoned library inside the Story Castle, and Rocinante is determined to rescue him. Dora and Boots ride on horse and donkey into a secret cave, and discover an enchanted forest!

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Saturday, 10 November 2012, 03:00pm – 05:00pm

Young people aged 5-17yrs with a passion for skateboarding, BMX or riding scooters can take advantage of these free development programs. There are separate skateboarding, BMX freestyle and scooter sessions for beginner-intermediate participants. All sessions are run by experienced professional coaches.
Wear enclosed footwear and comfortable clothes, bring skateboard/bike and helmet (compulsory for participation) and a water bottle.

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