Author Denise Vanderlugt with Anice and Orane Epitahui and Belle and Abi Donaldson at the storytelling session at the Warwick Art Gallery for Jumpers and Jazz. There are plenty more family fun activities on this weekend to keep busy.
Author Denise Vanderlugt with Anice and Orane Epitahui and Belle and Abi Donaldson at the storytelling session at the Warwick Art Gallery for Jumpers and Jazz. There are plenty more family fun activities on this weekend to keep busy.

10 things to do this weekend

Tree tour

TOUR our towns quirky winter woollies and marvel at how the Warwick trees keep warm while learning the motivation behind these colour creations.

When: Tomorrow, 11am.

Where: Meet at the Art Gallery, Albion Street.

Cost: Free.

Jumpers and Jazz street party

PALMERIN Street will be a hive of activity tomorrow with drama, acts, music, dancing, stalls and fun for the Heritage Building Society Party. Featuring the Ipswich City Big Band, The Charlie Horse Jazz Collective, The Sunshine Coast Grammar School Big Band, Wearable Art, Jazzy Jumper Competition, Kids and Adults Art Activities

When: Tomorrow, 10am to 4pm.

Where: Palmerin Street.

Cost: Free to be entertained.

Jazz in the Green Champagne

FEEL the winter sunshine on your face while brunching with a glass of bubbly in your hand swaying to the rhythmic beats of jazz at Regency Park. Bookings to Chris Newley or Noo Shepherd at 46671452.

When: Sunday, 9.30am.

Where: Regency Park, 5 Flitcroft Street.

Cost: $15 adults, $10 concession/children.

Toe tapping concert

THE Warwick Day View Club will host a concert which boasts 10 acts from singers, bush poetry to the Warwick Choral Society.

There'll be two lucky door prizes, raffle and major prize of overnight accommodation and breakfast thanks to the Treasury Casino Brisbane.

So go along and tap your toes to the musical brilliance of local music talent which tasting the morsels of the provided afternoon tea.

When: Sunday, 1.30pm to 4pm.

Where: Senior Citizens Centre, Albert Street.

Cost: $10.

Charity country music social

ENJOY country music with all proceeds to Warwick and District Disability Support Group.

Bring-your-own lunch, but bottomless cups of coffee, afternoon tea, lucky door prize will be provided with multi-draw raffles available.

When: Sunday, 11am to 5pm.

Where: Massie Hall, Warwick-Allora Road.

Cost: $5 adults, $3 for children younger than 13-year-old.

Historic racing

CHAMPION driver Glenn Seaton will be one of 247 drivers in action at the Historic Race Meeting at Morgan Park Raceway this weekend.

There are 75 drivers from interstate in the field.

When: Tomorrow, qualifying and then racing from 12.45pm and racing from 8.30am Sunday.

Where: Morgan Park Raceway.

Cost: $20 adults per day or $30 weekend pass and children free entry.

Rugby home game

WARWICK is at home to top-five side USQ in A-grade rugby union at Risdon Oval tomorrow.

The Australia/South Africa Test match in Brisbane will be televised in the clubhouse in the evening.

When: Tomorrow from 3pm.

Where: Risdon Oval.

Cost: $6 adults, free for children.

State titles

THE Queensland School Orienteering Championships are at Leslie Dam and Applethorpe this weekend.

Seventy-five students from as far north as Maryborough will be at the championships.

When: Tomorrow and Sunday.

Where: First day near camp at Leslie Dam, second day at Applethorpe.

Cost: Free.

Jump-outs

THE first jump-outs at the Allman Park Racecourse for about a decade will be held on Sunday. Trainers from across the Darling Downs are expected to trials horses in the jump-outs (barrier).

When: Sunday from 9am.

Where: Allman Park.

Cost: Free.

Tennis weekend

WANT to watch the next generation of tennis stars?

Well head to the Warwick Tennis Association courts for the Southern Downs Junior Tennis Tournament to be held this weekend.

When: Tomorrow and Sunday.

Where: Warwick courts in Fitzroy Street.

Cost: Free.



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