READING SORTED: The Rotary Club Annual Book Sale is back on in Warick this weekend. Pictured president Dell Maxwell and Levi Cole at last years book sale.
READING SORTED: The Rotary Club Annual Book Sale is back on in Warick this weekend. Pictured president Dell Maxwell and Levi Cole at last years book sale. Gerard Walsh

10 things to do around Warwick this weekend

1. Bag a bargain at the annual Big Book Sale

THE Rotary Club of Warwick is hosting its annual Big Book Sale this weekend with books starting from just $1.

For those looking to really add to the library, some books can even be purchased by the bag for just $2.

Starting from 8am today, be sure to get in early for the best reads.

When: Today - Sunday, 8am-4pm

Where: The Goods Shed, Hamilton St

Cost: Free entry

2. Discover your-selfie at the gallery

LEARNING all about self identity is the key to the Me, Myselfie and I Kids on Tour program at Warwick Art gallery this week.

As a part of Youth Week the art gallery will be hosting a series of hands-on activities encouraging kids to explore ideas around self and identity.

When: Friday until next Saturday.

When: Friday until next Saturday

Where: Warwick Art Gallery

Cost: Free

3. Get into a good Headspace

IF all things hip-pop music and dance sound likes a good time, then you need to check out the Headspace Open Day.

Kicking off from 11am tomorrow, Headspace will be offering hip-pop workshops and performances, indigenous art workshops, food and drink along with a centre walk-through.

When: Tomorrow, 11am - 5pm

Where: Warwick Headspace, 66 Albion St, Warwick

Cost: Free

4. Show your support at Cowboys home game

Will the Cowboys defeat Goondoowindi? Ben Sullivan kicking for the Cowboys.
Will the Cowboys defeat Goondoowindi? Ben Sullivan kicking for the Cowboys. Gerard Walsh

THE Warwick Cowboys return to their homeground tonight to take on Goondiwindi at Father Ranger Oval.

Three grades of football will take to the field with the A-grade kicking off at 8.30pm.

When: Tonight, first game A-grade starting at 8:30pm

Where: Father Ranger Oval

Cost: $8 adults, $5 concession, children under 16 free

5. From the farm to your fridge

FRESH produce straight from the farm is what you'll find at the Warwick Farmers Market tomorrow.

The markets see hundreds of faces every week so be sure to get in early to get the best buys of the day.

When: Tomorrow, until 12pm

Where: Lyon St

Cost: Free entry

6. Fast and furious at Morgan Park

Vikki Paxton will be at the super sprints at Morgan Park Raceway this weekend.
Vikki Paxton will be at the super sprints at Morgan Park Raceway this weekend. Trapnell Creations

A WEEKEND of racing is set to thrill rev heads at Morgan Park

The competition will run 8am-4.30pm on Saturday and 8am-1pm on Sunday.

There are 102 entries for the event and four rounds in each of the three super sprints series, labelled A, B and C.

Come along and watch the sprinters as they rev up for a seriously fast weekend.

When: Saturday, 8am-4:30pm, Sunday 8am-1pm.

Where: Morgan Park Raceway

Cost: Free entry

7. A run in the park

THE weekly 5km parkrun is on once again at Queens Park tomorrow morning.

The timed race starts at the Warwick Water Rats Rugby Union Clubhouse before doing two laps of the Condamine River.

Participants can run, walk, push a pram even bring their dog and go along at their own pace.

When: Tomorrow from 7am, assemble 10 minutes early

Where: Queens Park

Cost: Free, print off bar code from parkrun website for recording purposes.

8. Test your ability to keep a straight face

POKER faces are a must at the Criterion Hotel on Palmerin St tonight.

The free poker tournament is on once again, inviting patrons to gather round and test their game skills from 7pm.

When: Starts 7pm tonight

Where: Criterion Hotel, Warwick

Cost: Free entry

9. Revisit the town's historical homestead

HISTORY REVISTED: Glengallan is the perfect combination of history and breathtaking construction.
HISTORY REVISTED: Glengallan is the perfect combination of history and breathtaking construction. Tourism and Events Queensland

TAKE the time to drop into the Glengallan Homestead's historical grounds this weekend.

Let the landmark building inspire you with it's innovative restoration which allows Glengallan to tell its own story of boom, gloom and return from ruin.

When: Open Today - Sunday, 10am - 4pm

Where: Glegallan Homestead, 18515 New England Hwy

Cost: $10 entry

10. Learn more from the Warwick Museum

PHOTOGRAPHS, personal items and unique types of machinery are just some of the items representing more than 130 years of family life in the Warwick district at the Pringle Cottage museum.

Why not spend this weekend revisiting the regions history at The Warwick and District Historical Society.

Explore the variety of buildings and learn about the town's history.

When: Open Friday, 10am-3pm, Saturday 12pm-3pm

Where: 79 Dragon Street, Warwick

Cost: $7 Entry



Landmark $440m settlement for 2011 flood victims

Premium Content Landmark $440m settlement for 2011 flood victims

Queensland flood victims seeking compensation have reached a major milestone

Repeat youth offenders targeted with ‘suite of initiatives'

Premium Content Repeat youth offenders targeted with ‘suite of initiatives'

Commissioner: ‘suite of initiatives’ used to target youth crime

Flying drones targeting Burnett mice and rats tail grass

Premium Content Flying drones targeting Burnett mice and rats tail grass

The fleet of drones have been used to revolutionise spraying