GETTING OUT: 11 things to do in Warwick this weekend
WATCH passionate car enthusiasts put their prized-vehicles to the test at Morgan Park Raceway for round three of the B Series Super Sprints.
Drivers will race against the clock to beat their own records and those of their classmates.
WHERE: Morgan Park Raceway
WHEN: Saturday and Sunday from 8am
EXPAND your palate at the Criterion Hotel for a special beer tasting event coinciding with International Beer Day.
After the tasting wraps up, guests have the opportunity to shop in the Criterion's cellars with a $20 discount.
Book and pay for your place in the tastings at the hotel.
WHERE: The Criterion Hotel
WHEN: Tonight at 6pm
STUDIO Style Inside Out is hosting a mosaic workshop where students will create their own serving tray.
The studio will provide a range of mosaic materials including a selection of vintage plates to choose from for your unique design.
Students must wear safety glasses, gloves and closed-in shoes.
Students can bring their own lunch and drink bottle along.
WHERE: Studio Style Inside Out
WHEN: Tomorrow, 9.30am-4pm
WARWICK West State School is hosting a rugby league introduction program for children aged 5-12.
League Stars is a non-contact skill development program that provides an introduction to rugby league for primary school-aged children.
Today's session will be the first of six.
For more information on the program go to www.league stars.com or contact Jason Fairleigh 0436837677
WHERE: Warwick West State School
WHEN: Today, 3.30-4.30pm
THE Warwick Clay Target Club is hosting its monthly shooting meet at Shooting Complex on 195 Rosenthal Rd just south of Warwick.
Licensed shooters are welcome to take their shot at 100 continental targets.
WHERE: 195 Rosenthal Rd
WHEN: Sunday, 9am
THE Condamine Sports Club will host a multi-draw raffle for the Warwick Netball Association.
WHERE: Condamine Sports Club
WHEN: Today, 6-8.30pm
COST: Free to attend
FALL in love with the beauty of nature with this beginners birdwatching group hosted by Emma Walton Guiding.
Learn the basics of birdwatching, fine tune your skills or simply join a group of like-minded people.
The group is suitable for members of all skill levels.
WHERE: Lyndhurst Lane
WHEN: Today, 7-8am
WALK, jog and run with friends and family around Queens Park for the Warwick parkrun.
The run provides a great opportunity to work on your fitness and make sure you do your cardio for the day.
Parkrunners are encouraged to bring their furry friends along.
The distance is 5km, two legs of a course each side of the Condamine River and through Queens Park and St Mark's Oval.
WHERE: Queens Park
WHEN: Tomorrow and every Saturday, 7-8am
COST: Free, bring a parkrun barcode from the website parkrun-barcode.com
Footy at home
THE Wattles Warriors have home games against Valleys tomorrow in the Toowoomba Rugby League competition.
The battle in A grade will go a long way to determining the minor premiership and a week off at the start of the finals.
Wattles beat Valleys in the Madsen Rasmussen Trophy final after the end of the first round.
Games will be played in three grades, the reserve grade side is also eyeing off finals footy.
WHERE: Platz Oval, Clifton
WHEN: Tomorrow, first game at 3.30pm, A grade at 6.30pm
COST: $8 adults, $5 concession, under-16 free
WARWICK Cowboys will host Gatton in four games of rugby league on Sunday at Father Ranger Oval.
The Cowboys need to win A grade to finish in the top three and get two chances in the finals series.
This weekend's round in the TRL is the third last of the season, with finals starting later this month.
WHERE: Father Ranger Oval
WHEN: Sunday, first game at 10.10am, A grade at 2.30pm.
COST: $8 for adults, $5 concession, under-16 free
THE Warwick Wolves will play St Alban's at 7pm tomorrow in a conference grade game in Toowoomba Football.
Warwick is second on the table behind Willowburn.
WHERE: Queens Park
WHEN: 7pm tomorrow
COST: Free for spectators
THE Stanthorpe Rugby League Club will celebrate 100 years of the sport in Stanthorpe with games at Crisp and Sullivan ovals tomorrow.
There are junior games as a forerunner to the second-division between Stanthorpe and Valleys.
Down the years, the Stanthorpe Gremlins played in the Warwick and District Rugby League, Toowoomba Rugby League and are now in Toowoomba second division for a second time.
Stanthorpe juniors play in the Warwick and District Junior Rugby League competition.
One of the most famous past Stanthorpe players is Broncos, Queensland and Australia winger Michael Hancock.
WHERE: Sullivan and Crisp ovals
WHEN: Tomorrow, all day, second division at 2.30pm
COST: $5 for senior game