Clifton Catholic Church celebrates its centenary this week.
Clifton Catholic Church celebrates its centenary this week.

10 things to do this weekend

Church centenary at Clifton tonight

THE Clifton Catholic Church Centenary is being held tonight and Sunday at Clifton.

Activities start tonight with a Soiree to launch a centenary book and CD, at which bush poet Noel Stallard will perform.

The centenary mass is at 9am Sunday with Bishop William Morris the main celebrant.

When: Today at 7.30pm and Sunday from 9am.

Where: Senior Citizens tonight and St James and St John’s Church on Sunday.

Cost: $10 tonight and free Sunday, morning tea and lunch at nominal charge.

State champs at Karara

THE Queensland Working Sheep Dog Association is hosting the State Supreme Championships at Karara starting today.

Dog-and-handler combinations will come from all eastern States.

When: From 7am today until Sunday afternoon.

Where: Karara Recreation Grounds.

Cost: Free.

Uganda choir in Concert of Hope

THE Watoto Children’s Choir from Uganda will present a Concert of Hope at the Warwick Baptist Church tomorrow night.

The choir of 22, aged eight to 14, were all left parentless by wars, disease and abandonment.

They have been travelling around Australia for the past year.

When: Tomorrow from 7pm.

Where: Warwick Baptist Church.

Cost: Free but donation welcome to support the work of Watoto.

Clifton polocrosse holds carnival

THE Clifton Polocrosse Club is holding its annual carnival at the Clifton Recreation Grounds this weekend.

When: Tomorrow and Sunday.

Where: Clifton Recreation Grounds.

Cost: $10.

Heavy horse day held at Yangan

THE Killarney Lions Club Heavy Horse Demonstration Day for RACQ CareFlight is on Sunday at Mick Bradford’s property at Yangan.

There will be heritage working displays on the day and many other activities to interest patrons.

When: Sunday.

Where: Mick Bradford’s property just east of Yangan; follow signs.

Cost: $5 entry fee.

Art exhibition in the Mill a delight

KEEN to get out of town and see what the most-creative among us are up too?

Head out to Ballandean Timber and Case Making Mill for an exhibition from our finest artists.

When: Tonight from 7pm, long weekend 10am until sundown.

Where: Curr Road, Ballandean.

Cost: Depends if something tickles your fancy.

Texas T Party for all car lovers

YES they do it differently down on the border.

This weekend 20 T-model Fords from 1909 to 1927 will be on display.

Details call 4666 3801.

When: All long weekend.

Where: Texas, south-east Queensland.

Cost: Free.

May Day markets at Bestbrook

IF you want to see what the crafty locals have on offer, head out to Bestbrook Mountain Resort this Monday for the annual May Day markets.

For more details contact 4666 1282.

When: Monday 8am-2pm.

Where: Bestbrook Mountain Resort.

Cost: Spectators free.

And more markets around the region

FURTHER south, Stanthorpe Craft- ers and Hobbyists Association members are organising their regular market in the mountains where everything you make, bake, sew or grow is on offer.

Details 0417 760 529.

When: Sunday 8am-noon.

Where: Stanthorpe Civic Centre.

Cost: There’ll be something you had to have for sure.

Grab a bargain in town on Sunday

IF you are keen to shop a little closer to home try the Town Hall Markets in the heart of Warwick this Sunday.

New stallholders are always welcome, so if you’ve something worth selling call Virgil 4527 4195 or Maggie 0449 859 537 and secure a spot.

When: Sunday 8am-noon.

Where: Town Hall car park.

Cost: Like we’ve said before, take cash to grab yourself a bargain.



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