10 things to do this weekend
IF fashion is your gig, then this is the place for you tonight.
Budding fashion designer Melina Hollway is launching her new line. There will be wine, media, a runway and models – all of the ingredients for a fashion exhibition – and you're invited.
When: 6.30pm today.
Where: The Gatehouse @ Rupert's Bar and Grill.
Cost: $10, purchase tickets at JC's Inspirational Hair.
Cowboys at home
THE Cowboys are playing against a red-hot Dalby Diehards outfit at home this Sunday and they need your support.
They will take on the Diehards in under 18s, C-grade, reserve grade and A-grade, with the A-grade match tipped as the fixture of the round.
Where: Father Ranger Oval.
Cost: $6 entry for adults.
INSPIRATIONAL farmers' rights campaigner Peter Spencer will be speaking at St Joseph's Hall in Stanthorpe today from 7pm.
Mr Spencer was in Warwick last night to speak as part of his Tower of Hope tour.
When: Today, 7pm.
Where: St Joseph's Hall, Stanthorpe.
Cost: $10 donation.
GET your dancing shoes on and get ready to dance the night away at a country dance at the Swan Creek Hall, with music from popular duo Perry and Janelle Lewis.
Delicious supper included. Contact Ann Coy on 46661507.
When: Tomorrow night, from 7.30pm
Where: Swan Creek Hall
Cost: $10 pp
Hit the trails
THERE are plenty of scenic views and wildlife to feast your eyes upon along the trails at Main Range National Park. There is access to Mt Cordeaux, Mt Mitchell and the Scenic Rim.
When: Tomorrow and Sunday.
Where: Main Range National Park.
THERE are plenty of interesting items to be found around the gardens at The Abbey of the Roses every Sunday with market stalls, arts and crafts for sale, and other general wares to peruse through.
When: Sunday morning.
Where: The Abbey of the Roses.
Time to get knitting
WHY not stay inside this chilly weekend and pick up some yarn and needles and get knitting. Inquiries to 46610434.
At the movies
TOY Story 3, Shrek Forever After, Sex in the City 2 and The A-Team are all showing at the cinema this weekend.
When: See www.warwickmovies.com.au for times
Where: Warwick Twin Cinema.
Cost: $9.50 adults, $5.50 children.
Stroll about town
WHY not try out one of the five great walks of Warwick and explore our beautiful and green surrounds.
Where: Maps are in various locations across town including the council administration building in Fitzroy Street.
Nine holes or 18?
THE Warwick Golf Club is open every day over the holiday period for a round of golf and a cold drink or two afterwards.
When: The pro shop is open from 7am to 5pm on weekends. Call 46613664 to book.
Where: Hawker Road.
Cost: For social players, $15 for nine holes or $25 for 18 holes.