10 things to do around Warwick this weekend
FIND some treasures at a rumbling art market or catch some high quality films at the cinemas, there's plenty to keep you entertained around the region this weekend.
1. Driving The Blues Into The Dirt
MORE than 200 4WD enthusiasts and their families will be getting muddy this weekend all for a good cause. Driving the Blues into the Dirt is on again for the third year in a row, raising money for beyondblue.
Enjoy a family fun weekend full of mud, cars, dancing and fireworks.
There's a raffle on over the weekend with $15,000 worth of prizes to be won.
WHEN: Today through to Sunday
WHERE: The Springs 4x4 Adventure Park, 21153 New England Hwy, The Glen
COST: $10 donation entry fee.
2. Under Age Disco
YOUTHS of Warwick can hit the dance floor at Warwick Blue Light disco tonight.
The Warwick Redbacks Clubhouse will be turned into a friendly scene for students in Year Nine and younger to enjoy a fun night of great music and support the local community.
Parents or guardians must be present at drop off and pick up.
WHEN: Tonight 6pm to 8.30pm.
WHERE: Redbacks clubhouse in Jackie Howe Dr.
COST: $5 entry.
3. Rumble Time
LOVE a garage sale? Come rummage through the items of the Warwick Artist Group at its old-fashion Jumble Sale this weekend.
Restock on all your arts and craft needs and search through boxes of books and magazines.
You may need to bring a big vehicle because there will also be furniture to take home.
The group will be providing morning tea and beverages. All funds raised will go back to the group.
WHERE: 21 Willi St, Warwick.
COST: No entry free.
4. Run In The Park
THE weekly 5km parkrun is on once again at Queens Park tomorrow morning so why not get your blood pumping?
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.
5. Morning Meditation
TAKE a journey of relaxation at the Red Rose healing centre this weekend.
Joining local mental health professional Catherine Elliot will be Matthew Martin, a resident of Brahma Kumaris Centre for Spiritual Learning at Illawarra.
Mr Martin holds a deep peace with many years of developing his meditation practice. He supports others to experience this connection of inner peace and spiritual power.
This is an open eye style of meditation and participants will be guided in a simple style of easy meditation.
Bookings are essential with limited places. Phone Ms Elliot on 0401954455.
WHEN: Tomorrow 9am to 10.30am.
WHERE: Red Rose Healing Centre, Shop 1, 44-46 Wood St, Warwick.
6. Raffle Prizes
WITH 25 prizes up for grabs you have to be in it to win it tomorrow night.
The Warwick and District Netball Association will be hosting their annual raffle night dinner at the Condamine Sports Club.
WHEN: Tomorrow from 6pm.
WHERE: Warwick Condamine Sports Club 131-133 Palmerin St, Warwick.
COST: Meals and drinks at venue prices.
7. Spring Sale
SIXTY FIVE Angus Bulls and 50 Polled Charolais Bulls will make their way to the 2018 Ascot Cattle Co Spring Bull Sale.
Meet up with farmers across the southern downs as they bid on the best quality stock coming in from across the state.
WHEN: Today 1pm to 4pm.
WHERE: On property, North Toolburra, Warwick.
COST: No entry cost.
8. Fish Local
GRAB the kids, your favourite rod and reel and park yourself on the banks of the beautiful Condamine River and see what you can reel in.
No permit is needed but if you want to fish in Connolly or Leslie Dams or the Talgai weir, you'll need to grab yourself a permit.
Head to Tackle and Tusk on Wood St or head into the Warwick Post Office.
A permit will set you back $10 for a week, or $50 for a year.
WHEN: Whenever the fish are biting.
WHERE: Condamine River, creeks and the two major dams.
COST: Only the cost of some bait and a permit, if required.
9. Super Sprints
THE C series is the last series to run for 2018 with Round 4 commencing this weekend. Head to Morgan Park to get a glimpse of the fast cars making their way down the track. Spectator entry for all the super sprints is free of charge and is a fantastic action packed weekend.
WHEN: Saturday and Sunday tracks open from 8am.
WHERE: Morgan Park Raceway.
COST: Free entry.
10. Go See A Movie
THERE'S nothing quite like catching a movie on the big screen.
Warwick Twin Cinema is currently showing everyone's childhood friend Winnie the Pooh in the newly envisioned Christopher Robin.
Springing back into action is Rowan Atkinson in Johnny English Strikes Back.
Take the kids to the heart warming animated feature Small Foot where a yeti discovers new things.
Adapted from the best selling novel by Madeleine St John, Ladies in Black is the story of the lives of a group of department store employees in 1959 Sydney.
The whole family will enjoy the mystery behind the The House with a Clock in Its Walls.
WHEN: Check session times at warwickmovies.com
WHERE: Warwick Twin Cinemas, 81 Grafton St.
COST: $11.50 for adults, $9.50 for concession and $8.50 for children.