Cancer patient and Paddle in Pink participant Debbie Riley with Lachlan Stevens and event patron MP Sandy Bolton.
Cancer patient and Paddle in Pink participant Debbie Riley with Lachlan Stevens and event patron MP Sandy Bolton. Contributed

5 thing to do this week

Paddle in Pink

This Sunday is the annual BICSUP Paddle in Pink to raise money for breast cancer research.

Participants are asked to dress in pink and can join in the event on a stand up paddle board, kayak, canoe, surf ski, outrigger, boat or similar along Noosa Sound at 7am.

Tickets are $20 for adults and there will be prizes for best dressed.

To register or donate visit paddleinpink.gofundraise. com.au by Thursday.

Drought concert

TEWANTIN Noosa Lions Club is holding a Drought Fundraiser Concert this Sunday at Lions Park on Gympie Terrace from 11am to 3pm.

All the funds will go directly to the Queensland town of Jericho, a cattle area west of Rockhampton Lions Club has chosen to "adopt”.

Donations can be made on the day and food and drink will be available

The concert will include a variety of artists and genres who will donate their time to the cause.

Art Party fun

Try painting for fun at Land and Sea Brewery, Venture Drive, Noosaville tomorrow at 6.30pm.

All materials are included and no experience is needed.

There will be $1 chicken wings available on the night.

Book on 0416342015.

Rosè afternoon

Thomas Corner Eatery on Gympie Tce has a three-course rosè wine lunch on Friday at midday.

The menu includes crispy skin salmon and blood orange bavarois and each course will be matched with fine French rose.

Bookings essential on 54702224.

Street art

Check out the work of nine hinterland neighbours at A Street Shows its Art at the Butter Factory Arts Centre, Cooroy.

Artists from Gumboil Rd will have paintings, ceramics, printmaking, jewellery and sculptures

on show until Tuesday, October 16.