Karina Devine shows off this year’s official Jumpers and Jazz program.
Karina Devine shows off this year’s official Jumpers and Jazz program. Erin Smith

Cool programs hit the streets

THE weather may be getting cooler but the line-up for this year's Jumpers and Jazz in July is guaranteed to turn up the heat.

The official program for this year's festival has been released, boasting the famous tree jumper exhibition, steam train trips, bonfires and a hit line-up of jazz performances.

Warwick Art Gallery assistant Loretta Grayson, the mastermind behind the design of the program, was happy with the end result.

"It was fun going through all the photos from last year's festival," she said.

"I get to get that first look at the festival and all the events on offer this year. I'm looking forward to the yarn bombing, which is yarn graffiti."

Art Gallery director Karina Devine also worked on the program and was impressed by this year's line-up.

"It sounds so good, I would want to go even if I wasn't involved."

The festival starts on July 19 and runs for 10 days.

Programs are available from the Warwick Art Gallery, the Visitor Information Centre and cafes and craft outlets in the Warwick CBD.



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