Lose yourself at the Lifeline Caboolture Bookfest these Easter holidays


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Caboolture Bookfest

The fast approaching Lifeline Caboolture Bookfest at the Caboolture Centenary Lakes Indoor Basketball Courts on Morayfield Road, from Saturday April 6 to Monday April 8, will not disappoint the avid book lover.  

Doors open 8:30am until 4:30pm each day to around 40 tonnes of fiction, faction, text books, novels, magazines, short stories, novellas and heaps of sought after titles with great bargains to be had over the three days.

The Bookfest is a must-visit event for those looking for activities to do with the children over the school holidays as it provides a day or two out of the house, it is not weather dependent and the kids (and adults) will have something to do for the rest of the holidays; rain, hail or shine.

Last year, across the two events in April and September, the Lifeline Caboolture Bookfest raised a total of just over $60,000 to support integral fundraising initiative to help support Lifeline and UnitingCare Community’s free counselling and support services.

UnitingCare Community holds a total of 11 Lifeline Bookfest events across Queensland each year and they are an integral fundraiser for the disability, crisis support and child and family services.

The event will see around 130 tables stocked to the brim with over 40 tonnes of hardcovers and paperbacks of all genres, styles and authors for sale from as little as $2 each.

“We have seen so many popular books in the donations this year, there will be a lot of different genres, subjects and both modern and classic books to choose from,” said Ian Ezzy, Lifeline Business Division Manager.

“Not only do we sell books at the event but we also sell a large range of puzzles, games and vinyl records,” said Ian.

“Budding deejays come to the event to scour through the records as we only stock those that are in excellent condition and also have some that can’t easily be found elsewhere.” Ian said.

For those with book shelves already bursting at the seams, donating to the Lifeline Bookfest is a fantastic way to recycle books that are no longer needed and to make way for some new and exciting chapters.

All the funds raised at the Bookfest help support Lifeline and UnitingCare Community’s free counselling and support services including the Lifeline Community Recovery program that send counsellors out into disaster affected areas to support the wellbeing of those affected.

March 13, 2013: The fast approaching Lifeline Caboolture Bookfest at the Caboolture Centenary Lakes Indoor Basketball Courts on Morayfield Road, from Saturday April 6 to Monday April 8, will not disappoint the avid book lover.  

Doors open 8:30am until 4:30pm each day to around 40 tonnes of fiction, faction, text books, novels, magazines, short stories, novellas and heaps of sought after titles with great bargains to be had over the three days.

The Bookfest is a must-visit event for those looking for activities to do with the children over the school holidays as it provides a day or two out of the house, it is not weather dependent and the kids (and adults) will have something to do for the rest of the holidays; rain, hail or shine.

Last year, across the two events in April and September, the Lifeline Caboolture Bookfest raised a total of just over $60,000 to support integral fundraising initiative to help support Lifeline and UnitingCare Community’s free counselling and support services.

UnitingCare Community holds a total of 11 Lifeline Bookfest events across Queensland each year and they are an integral fundraiser for the disability, crisis support and child and family services.

The event will see around 130 tables stocked to the brim with over 40 tonnes of hardcovers and paperbacks of all genres, styles and authors for sale from as little as $2 each.

“We have seen so many popular books in the donations this year, there will be a lot of different genres, subjects and both modern and classic books to choose from,” said Ian Ezzy, Lifeline Business Division Manager.

“Not only do we sell books at the event but we also sell a large range of puzzles, games and vinyl records,” said Ian.

“Budding deejays come to the event to scour through the records as we only stock those that are in excellent condition and also have some that can’t easily be found elsewhere.” Ian said.

For those with book shelves already bursting at the seams, donating to the Lifeline Bookfest is a fantastic way to recycle books that are no longer needed and to make way for some new and exciting chapters.

All the funds raised at the Bookfest help support Lifeline and UnitingCare Community’s free counselling and support services including the Lifeline Community Recovery program that send counsellors out into disaster affected areas to support the wellbeing of those affected.

Lose yourself at the Lifeline Caboolture Bookfest these Easter holidays
Caboolture Centenary Lakes Indoor Basketball Courts on Morayfield Road, Caboolture
Saturday April 6th to the 8th of April
8.30am to 4.30pm each day

For further information please contact Paula on 0438 150 702

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