You'll be seeing small as 15 Minis are set to race at Morgan Park Raceway this weekend.
You'll be seeing small as 15 Minis are set to race at Morgan Park Raceway this weekend. Darin Mandy

10 things to do this weekend

Heritage cars race at Morgan Park

HEAD to Morgan Park Raceway for one of its largest events on record with more than 230 entries for the National Historic Race Meeting this weekend.

Rub shoulders with the likes of former Australian Touring Car Champion Glenn Seton, who'll be racing a 1970 Ford Capri, and former V8 Supercar driver, Queenslander Kevin Heffernan, will be behind the wheel of a 1970 Holden Monaro.

When: 8.30am qualifying, with races starting from 1pm today and racing will start at 9am tomorrow.

Where: Morgan Park Raceway, Old Stanthorpe Road.

Cost: $20 for one day or $30 for a weekend pass.

Jazz Up Your Nest

ART Exhibition Jazz up Your Nest will feature original, contemporary art, wearables and dimensional works by local artists: Tom and Pat Benkendorff, Kim Webster Reeves, Loretta Grayson, Carla Clayton, Sue Marshman and Karina Devine. Amy Bonney will be performing today from 11am in several sessions. The art display is all high quality, original and features local work.

When: Today until Sunday from 10am to 4.30pm.

Where: Fledge Design Studio (entrance next to Toyworld).

Cost: Free.

Jazz dinner

ENJOY a three-course dinner at Bryson's Place with jazz musician Steve Henry.

When: Tonight from 6.30pm.

Where: Bryson's Place.

Cost: $60.

Spin for a Cure

GET ready to sweat for a good cause as Vitality Fitness Centre holds its Spin for a Cure to raise vital funds for breast cancer awareness and research for the McGrath Foundation. There will 14 spin bikes and participants can cycle on the exercise bikes for an hour or for six hours.

When: Tomorrow from 9am until 3pm.

Where: Vitality Fitness Centre on Palmerin Street.

Cost: $9 a person.

Trail ride

BRAVE the winter chill and see the countryside at its best this weekend when Bestbrook Mountain Resort hosts its first overnight trail ride.

The adventure package is expected to be held regularly and takes in “spectacular scenery” as trail bosses point out relevant landmarks and native Australian bush.

Setting off from the resort just after lunch, the two-day riding tour includes a campfire dinner, accommodation catering to year-round weather conditions and breakfast the following day.

Whe n: Today (and then based on minimum bookings of 6).

Where: Bestbrook Mountain Resort.

Cost: $155 each.

Picnic in the park

DON'T miss out on all the fun on this last weekend of Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival. There's plenty to do with free jazz music and markets with plenty on offer.

When: Sunday from 9.30am to 3.30pm.

Where: Leslie Park.

Cost: Free.

Mid-Winter Xmas

THE Warwick Churches Together Mid-Winter Christmas Activity is on again. There will be entertainment with a Christmas theme. Those attending are asked to help a needy child overseas with a gift which will fit in a shoe box to be sent through Samaritan's Purse.

When: Sunday from 4.30pm.

Where: Warwick Uniting Church Hall.

Cost: Free but encouraged to bring a gift for a child

All that jazz

ENJOY the wonderful jazz music with dinner at the Warwick RSL Club.

When: Tomorrow from 6pm.

Where: Warwick RSL Club.

Cost: $40.

Street art

ADMIRE the creativity and talent of people involved in the tree decorations and the unique art displayed on the trees.

When: Until Sunday.

Where: Palmerin Street.

Cost: Free.

Bikes on display

FROSTBITE one of the largest motorbike clubs in Australia will have its navigational rally on Sunday and a display tomorrow in town. Veteran bikes from as far back as 1918 will be on display.

When: Tomorrow at Allora Showgrounds after 4pm and The Emporium from 2.30 to 3.30pm.

Where: Allora Showgrounds.

Cost: Free to watch.



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