Street Pieces hit the Belle Vue stage this Saturday night from 8pm.
Street Pieces hit the Belle Vue stage this Saturday night from 8pm.

11 things to do in Warwick this weekend

1. Discover the truth really is out there (allegedly)

EXTRATERRESTRIAL activity will be the topic of a public meeting and workshop in Warwick this weekend.

Tonight there will be a public meeting about ufology, ET contact and exopolitics.

Tomorrow, there will be a workshop focusing on ET contact and cosmis awareness.

The workshop will include a skywatch, followed by a meet and greet on Sunday.

Bookings are essential by phoning Monica Ward on 0414315783 (public meeting) or Kay McCullock on 0429641222 (workshop).

Where: O'Mahony's Hotel, Grafton St

When: Public meeting, tonight from 7pm to 10pm.

Workshop, tomorrow from 11am to 3pm.

Cost: Public meeting, $10

Workshop $50

Head along to a Ufology session
Head along to a Ufology session Contributed

2. Rock on to Street Pieces live

THE Belle Vue will continue to cement its position as a killer live music venue this weekend when Brisbane band Street Pieces returns to rock the room tomorrow night.

It's their fourth visit to Warwick and they have made a reputation as a no-nonsense, flat-out Aussie rock band. They will not disappoint.

Where: The Belle Vue Cafe

When: Tomorrow, support band from 8pm

Cost: $10 and BYO

3. Be thrilled by a tribute show

PREPARE to step back in time with your all-time favourites when The King, The Queen and a Whole Lotta Cash come to the Warwick RSL tomorrow night.

Be prepared for a three hour dining experience, opening with Liza Minelli, and don't be surprised if she ends up on somebody's table.

Also in attendance will be Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, Dame Shirley Bassey and Johnny Cash.

Where: Warwick RSL Club

When: Tomorrow night from 6pm

Cost: $50, which includes a three-course meal

The King, Queen and a whole lotta Cash.
The King, Queen and a whole lotta Cash.

4. Check out a must-see exhibition

WARWICK Art Gallery's latest exhibition makes its debut this weekend.

The Mark Tedeschi: Shooting Around Corners exhibition is a collection of photographs, representing 25 years of his award-winning work.

The photographs in the exhibition are a selection from his many series and include images ranging from insightful portraits of prominent Australian artists and his compassionate view of the Aboriginal urban communities of Redfern in the 1980s.

Where: Warwick Art Gallery

When: Today, 10am to 4pm

Tomorrow and Sunday, 10am to 1pm

Cost: Free

Check out this awesome exhibition
Check out this awesome exhibition

5. Support the scouts street stall

THE Killarney Scout Group is holding a street stall tomorrow outside Willow Gallery.

The Scouts will be selling cakes, biscuits, slices, fudge and rocky road.

There will also be a mini raffle, with tickets sold for $1 each or six for $5.

Where: Outside Willow Gallery, Killarney

When: Tomorrow

Cost: Bring your spending money

6. Do you part at a fundraising auction

THE Maryvale Crown Hotel is hosting an auction tomorrow to support Tracey Young, who is battling the rare Atypical hemolytic-uremis syndrome (aHUS).

The auction will be from 10am, with entertainment plus a pig on the spit lunch available for $15 per person.

To make a donation or for bookings, phone Dennis at the Crown Hotel on 46661148 or Lee Young on 0455285202.

Where: Maryvale Crown Hotel

When: Tomorrow from 10am

Cost: Free entry. Pig on the spit lunch is $15 per person.

7. Take in a show

THE Warwick Choral Society will present From Stage and Screen at Williams Hall tomorrow.

The concert will also feature the Warwick Community Orchestra and guest soloists.

Ticket prices are $10 and all are invited to join the cast for a cuppa and a slice afterwards.

Where: Williams Hall, Guy St

When: Tomorrow from 2pm

Cost: $10

8. Sign on to volunteer for Snowflakes

ORGANISERS of the Snowflakes in Stanthorpe event are holding a volunteer recruitment day on Sunday.

The event will include a meet and greet sausage sizzle, with volunteers introduced to team coordinators to answer questions about Snowflakes in Stanthorpe.

Where: Stanthorpe Showgrounds

When: Sunday, 11am

Cost: Free

9. Head out to Glengallan markets

THE grounds of Glengallan will be packed with 20-25 stalls on Sunday morning for the quarterly markets.

There will also be a food van, plus the Heritage Centre will be open serving coffee.

While marketgoers wander through the sea of stalls, they can also take a guided tour of the historic homestead.

Where: Glengallan Homestead, New England Hwy (just past the Eight Mile)

When: Sunday, 8am to 1pm

Cost: Free entry to the markets. Homestead entry is $10 for adults and $4 for children.

Head to the Glengallan markets
Head to the Glengallan markets contrib

10. Fundraiser for Buddy Hicks

ON SUNDAY from 10am there will be a fundraiser for Buddy Hicks at the Cowboys Clubhouse in Queens Park.

Entry will include lunch, bottomless tea and coffee and afternoon tea.

There will be a lucky door prize and mutli draw raffle tickets available from $1 each.

For more info phone Debbie on 0466 037 318 or Alan on 4667 1481

Where: Cowboys Clubhouse, Queens Park

When: Sunday from 10am

Cost: $10

11. Tee off at Golf Day

THE 2016 Redbacks Golf Day is on this Sunday from 11am.

It will be a four-ball ambrose format with a shotgun start and is $25 for non-members, $15 for members, and $10 for juniors (under 18).

Nominations are still open, see Sam at the Golf Club.

Where: Warwick Golf Club

When: Sunday from 11am

Cost: $25 for non-members, $15 for members, and $10 for juniors (under 18).

Tee off with the Redbacks
Tee off with the Redbacks

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