Susan Needer, Janice and David Flood, Deirdre Llewellyn and Barbara Bokenham are all dressed and ready for the March of the Dungarees tonight at Warwick Town Hall. Photo Ben Wilmott / Warwick Daily News
Susan Needer, Janice and David Flood, Deirdre Llewellyn and Barbara Bokenham are all dressed and ready for the March of the Dungarees tonight at Warwick Town Hall. Photo Ben Wilmott / Warwick Daily News Ben Wilmott

10 things to do this weekend on the Southern Downs

FRIDAY

Dungarees March commemorations
WARWICK Town Hall will host two community re-enactment events for the 100-year anniversary of the March of the Dungarees.
A re-enactment march will commence from 5.30pm followed by poetry and live music at the Town Hall.
Bookings are essential as there is limited spacing in the hall but activities will also be displayed on a screen outside the Town Hall. For more information, phone Jen Hall 0467000089.
More details on page 10.
Where: Warwick Town Hall
When: 5.30pm
Cost: Free


Burst Youth Art Exhibition opens
GET an eyeful of emerging artistic talent at Warwick Art Gallery for the Burst Youth Exhibition this weekend.
Displays of works by budding Southern Downs artists will be on display until January 24.
For more information, phone Warwick Art Gallery on 46610434.
Where: Warwick Art Gallery
When: Today 10am-4pm; tomorrow and Sunday 10am-1pm
Cost: Free

 


Theatre Group makes debut
WARWICK'S newest theatre group will make its debut performance this weekend with a retelling of Dickens' A Christmas Carol. The Warwick Community Theatre, which formed four months ago, will put on three shows of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol at St Mark's Anglican Church with the help of ACTS Care.
For tickets and more information, phone 0403682357.
Where: St Mark's Anglican Church
When: Today and tomorrow 7pm, and Sunday 1pm
Cost: $15

 


Christmas Race Day at Allman Park
THE Warwick Turf Club will host its festive event tomorrow at Allman Park Racecourse.
Gates open from 11am for this free TAB race meeting and visitors can bring pop up marquees with food and drinks available.
Where: Allman Park Racecourse
When: Today, 11am
Cost: Free

 


SATURDAY
Uber Markets hit Leslie Park
THE second Saturday of the month means the Warwick Uber Markets are back in Leslie Park tomorrow from 10am.
Enjoy a day in the park with pets, bouncing castles, and plenty of stalls to make a purchase from.
Where: Leslie Park
When: Tomorrow, 10am-2.30pm
Cost: Free to attend


Christmas Market at The Summit
THE Summit Heart Christmas Market, hosted by Bridget Bunchy, is on again tomorrow.
Visitors can expect a boutique collection of handmade stalls, a bit of vintage and old wares, garage sale items, plants, produce and home baking, as well as food and drinks.
This year the market is also raising funds for the Royal Brisbane Children's Hospital.
All are welcome to come soak up the village atmosphere with live music.
Where: 117 Granite Belt Dr, The Summit
When: Tomorrow, 9am-3pm
Cost: Free

 

Musical treasures with Tarita Botsman
ONE of Australia's finest sopranos Tarita Botsman and pianist Glenn Amer will perform classic songs and rare gems, following the success of their album.
Held at the Warwick Town Hall, musical highlights will include Summertime and Tosti's Good-Bye.
For more information, phone Megan Staal on 1300762545 or visit www.tarita.com.au.
Where: Warwick Town Hall
When: Tomorrow, 7pm
Cost: $55 for admission; $50 concession


SUNDAY
Yangan and District Christmas Party
NICK Bradford and his heavy horses will be back giving kids rides and raising money for BUSHkids. The Christmas celebrations include a visit from Santa, a live band, three-legged races, sack races and plenty more.
Drinks and a sausage sizzle will be available.
Where: Yangan
When: Sunday, 11am-4pm
Cost: Free

 

St Mark's Messy Church

Christmas-themed crafting, a short message and a meal. 

Friends of St Mark's will also host its Christmas stall on the day. 

For more information, phone the parish Office on 46617223 or Heather on 0417609745.  Where: St Mark's Anglican Church  When: Sunday, 4-6pm Cost: Free


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