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What’s on in Queensland Youth Week 2019

Celebrate the positive contributions of young Queenslanders aged 12-25 years in making Queensland a better place to live by participating in Queensland Youth Week Wednesday, 3rd to Monday, 15th April. To see what’s on near you or to register your own event, visit the Queensland Government website. Among the events on will be a slam poetry workshop on Saturday, 6th April, and Thursday, 4th April will see the free Clarence Street Youth Music Event, as well as other live music events including Beats on Boats. The Museum of Brisbane will deliver silk screen printing workshops on Monday, 8th April, and the Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens will host a sure-to-be-interesting practical workshop on bush foods and useful plants on Tuesday, 9th April with a stroll through native bushland.

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