Amy Lee Stidolph sold wedding dresses at last year'sWarwick Show and Rodeo Society Inc Wardrobe Sale.
Amy Lee Stidolph sold wedding dresses at last year'sWarwick Show and Rodeo Society Inc Wardrobe Sale. Elyse Wurm

GETTING OUT: What's happening around Warwick this weekend

HERE'S what's happening around town this weekend.

Warwick wardobe sale

LOOKING for ways to clean out their own closest, the Warwick and Rodeo Society committee has decided to host a wardrobe sale, raising funds for those in need at the same time.

While last year the group donated to Drought Angels, this year's donation is a lot closer to home with Water for the West, the Rotary charity initiative bringing water to the Granite Belt, and it's the perfect chance to pick up some new threads.

WHEN: Sunday, 9-1pm

WHERE:Warwick Showgrounds, Kevin Thumpkin Pavilion

COST: $20 for stall registration and a gold coin entry

Spring high tea

TO WELCOME in the spring weather, join the Little Gallery Cafe this weekend for a traditional English high tea with a modern twist.

You will be treated to a selection of speciality teas as well as a variety of sweet and savoury treats.

Live music will be provided by local singer Linley-Gai West.

All food is made in-house from locally sourced quality ingredients, and a variety of dietary requirements can be catered for.

To make a booking please call Little Gallery Cafe on 0746671162.

Please note, tickets are prepaid and can be purchased in store or over the phone.

WHEN: Tomorrow, 10am-noon

WHERE: Little Gallery Cafe, 90 Palmerin St

COST: $25

Bush adventure

ORIENTEERS will return to Dalveen on Sunday for their last bush event before many club members head south at the end of the month to participate in the Oceania Carnival.

The event is being held off Old Stanthorpe/Warwick Rd, 8km north of Dalveen.

WHEN: Sunday

WHERE: Property off Old Stanthorpe/Warwick Rd

COST: $12 adults, $9 children, members pay $10 and $8

Massive event

THE inaugural 24 Hours of Lemons will start at Morgan Park Raceway at 3pm today.

Racing will go through the night and finish at 3pm tomorrow. There are 45 starters from four states.

WHEN: 3pm today to 3pm tomorrow

WHERE: Morgan Park Raceway, stand seating available near pits and near overhead bridge.

COST: Free to watch

Sam's walk for a cure

SAM Cristina is the instigator of this event and has walked from Stanthorpe to Warwick twice to raise money for Cancer Council Queensland.

In 2007, a team of five embarked on a 12-hour journey and raised $5000.

In 2009, a team of 30 embarked on a 10-hour journey and raised $13,000.

In 2019, it is Sam's 90th birthday and it is his wish to do it all again so the money raised can stay locally.

This year, organisers are changing it up and walking the opposite way from Warwick to Stanthorpe.

The 60km walk, jog, or run is perfect for the whole family and all donations raised will go to the Stanthorpe Cancer Support Group.

WHEN: Sunday, from 5.45am

WHERE: Starts at Warwick Post Office, 98 Palmerin St

COST: $20

Blue light glow disco

START the school holidays with a bang, and head on down on down to Warwick's Blue Light Disco.

WHEN: Tonight, from 6pm-8.30pm

WHERE: Leslie Park, Fitzroy St

COST: $5

Community clean-up

A PARK clean-up initiated by Warwick youth.

Warwick Youth Connect invites the whole community to come down and join us in cleaning up our beautiful Queens Park.

The team will be assembling at the small playground then heading out in small teams.

No equipment of your own needed.

WHEN: Tomorrow 4pm-5pm

WHERE: Queens Park

COST: Free

Springtime fun

SPRING has officially sprung at Rose City Shoppingworld this weekend.

With plenty of fun activities including a fresh food tasting, a fashion parade, face painting and free fairy floss, there's something for everyone.

Brisbane band Girl Friday is also playing with some perfectly spring songs.

WHEN: Today and tomorrow, with events starting at 11am.

WHERE: Rose City Shoppingworld

COST: Free to attend

4x4 fundraiser

DRIVING the Blues into the Dirt supports the Australian independent non-profit organisation Beyond Blue to address issues associated with depression, suicide, anxiety disorders and other related mental disorders.

The weekend consists of camping, open fires, live music, children's activities and hot food.

There will be several spectator events, along with events to enter for the 4x4 enthusiasts, including hill drags, Dukes of Hazard Creek Run, Blues Gymkhana, the mud run, and of course, beer o'clock.

Check out www.facebook.com/

drivingthebluesintothedirt for more information on how to get involved.

WHEN: Today from 10am until Sunday at 5pm

WHERE: The Springs 4x4 Park, 21153 New England Highway.

COST: $20 for event registration - at The Springs

Bony Mountain folk festival

FEATURING Slim Dusty singalongs, Cape Byron dancers, an award-winning Celtic band and performances from the Warwick Choral Society and the Wheatvale school choir, there'll be a top-notch line up with great food and company.

Shane Webcke is also attending the festival.

Check out the website bonymountainfolkfestival.com for full line-up and all other details.

WHEN: Today from 9am until late on Sunday

WHERE: 1107 Upper Wheatvale Rd

COST: Prices vary from day tickets to double passes with several days of camping

Hockey titles

THE Queensland under-15 boys' state championships will be held at Queens Park starting Sunday.

The championships will finish on Wednesday. with action each day.

WHEN: Sunday to Wednesday

WHERE: Queens Park

COST: Free to watch



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