8 things to do in and around Warwick this weekend
1. Dance party
THE Top Hat Dance Studio is welcoming all to their concert party to round out a successful 2017.
Students will be showing off their skills, with tap-dancing, ballet and singing on show.
Light refreshments and food are included in the cost of admission.
WHEN:Sunday, 3.30pm for a 4pm start.
WHERE:Killarney Recreation Centre.
COST:$14 adults, $10 children U12 and pensioners, free children U3.
2. Ghost talk
THE Paranormal Action Team has visited the Criterion Hotel, and tomorrow they return to present the findings of their venture to the Rose City.
Featuring a talk on what they found, plus previous experiences in the field, this session is not to be missed.
COST:$20. Bookings essential.
3. Street stall
WARWICK Showgirl entrant Jessica Jones is getting her Warwick Show preparations underway, hosting a sausage sizzle and street stall event tomorrow.
Raffle tickets are available for purchase, with a Christmas hamper, as well as Christmas cake available as prizes.
WHERE:Warwick Friendly Society, 106 Palmerin St.
COST:$1 per ticket, or 6 for $5.
4. Christmas sale
GLENGALLAN Homestead plays host to a Christmas market this weekend.
With one of the most historic and picturesque buildings in the Southern Downs, the markets promise to be a fun day out for the whole family.
5. Jingle bells
HERITAGE Estate Wines are hosting a big afternoon of fun this Sunday, with live music, award-winning wine and delicious food.
Featuring Terri Welles, Rob Harvey and Lee Williams, there will be quality entertainment throughout the whole afternoon.
WHERE:747 Granite Belt Dr, Cottonvale.
6. Christmas shindig
A CHRISTMAS twilight festival is being held at Applethorpe tomorrow by the Granite Belt Christmas Farm.
The evening features entertainment from country music acts Kiara Rodrigues and Liam Kennedy Clark, as well as Georgia Marcus and the St Mary's school choir.
Kids activities, mini markets, food stalls and Santa will all be on hand.
WHERE:321 Aerodrome Rd, Applethorpe.
COST:$10, Children under one free.
7. Art display
WHILE out and about this weekend, pop into Rose City Shoppingworld to check out some handicrafts from local artists. The Warwick Potters, Warwick Artists and Lapidary groups will display their work at the bottom of the escalator at the centre.
WHEN:Every day until December 11.
WHERE:Bottom of the escalator.
COST:Free to browse.
8. Christmas fair
TAKE a drive down to Stanthorpe to enjoy the country fair. There will be plenty of homebaked, homecrafted and homegrown local products.
WHERE:Stanthorpe Civic Centre.
COST:Free to browse.