Events

Previous Events

Clean Up Australia Day at Springfield

Sunday, 4 March 2018 - 7:30am to 9:30am

Get involved and Inspire Change.

SMA joining hands with Clean Up Australia in association with McDonalds, McGrath, IGA, Exposure Real Estate and Springfield Lakes Nature Care on Sunday, March 4 from 7:30 am to clean the Regatta & Discovery Lakes and Spring Lake Parklands.

We believe that together we can transform the the nature to a clean and healthy one. When hundreds of us join together to give in a small way, it adds up to creating and inspiring great change in a big way.

Research Project In Association With Multicultural Affairs Queensland

Tuesday, 20 February 2018 - 10:00am to 11:30am

SMA is joining hands with Queensland Government and making another historical initiative to assist a research project to support the migrants and refugees coming to Queensland in terms of their professional life.  Multicultural Affairs Queensland has engaged Deloitte Access Economics to carry out a research project into the social and economic cost of migrants and refugees coming to Queensland with overseas-obtained qualifications but being unable to find skilled work. 

Who we are looking to speak to:

We are looking for input from Queenslanders who migrated to Australia with a qualification from an overseas university or post-high school educational institution. We will be asking them to share their experiences seeking recognition for their overseas skills (such as barriers, delays, or reasons for not applying) and how these experiences have impacted on their life in Australia (such as impacts of skills not being recognised on settlement experiences, and sense of belonging or engagement with the Australian community). 

Research Project Details:

Date of Project  :  20 February 2018
Time                  :  10:00 am
Duration            :  90 minutes
Address             :  Council Office, Orion, Springfield

So if you are interested to be a part of this research project, please contact Mr. Bobby Augustine on 0432 165 645.  Only limited seats available.

2018 Ipswich City Council Medallion Award

Saturday, 20 January 2018 - 12:00pm to 2:15pm

Eacg year, Ipswich City Council takes the opportunity to celebrate the achievements of those have contributed to the community in an exceptional way.  The awards also mark an important occassion to celebrate the diversity of the Ipswich Community.  Springfield Malayalee Association has recieved a nomination for a medallion award.

Blood Donation Camp

Monday, 8 January 2018 - 9:00am to Saturday, 13 January 2018 - 4:00pm

Attention "Springfielders"

Your one act of kindness can give someone a new lease of life!!! SMA community leading the way to save lives!

Kindly inviting everyone to join...

Malayalee Manga Contest 2017

Saturday, 30 September 2017 - 10:00am to 11:00am

Rules and regulations of Miss Malayalee Manga Competition 

  1. Age 13 - 23 yrs 
  2. Anyone within Australian malayalee community 
  3. Looking in an individual the "real malayalitham" 
  4. Encouraged to wear "traditional attire"
  5. Attire won't be required to change 
  6. There is no ramp walk or model walk 
  7. Just be normal - a relaxed walk to the stage, with a smile would be beneficial
  8. 3 Rounds:  1. Introductory Round   2.  Performance Round   3.  Judges' Question Round
  9. This is the first malayalee competition ever held in Australia of its kind 
  10. Judges will be from the fields of film industry and dancing academy, with vast experience
  11. Their decisions shall be respected

Jury:

P. Balachandran (Cine Artist), Dr. Chaithanya Unni (Cine Artist), Padmalakshmi (Professional Dancer)

Prizes:

Miss Malayalee Manga       -    $500  by Inex Interior & Exterior Designers

First Runner Up                  -    $250  by Beam Electricals

Second Runner Up             -   $150  by Flyworld Travels