GETTING OUT: What’s on in Warwick this weekend
Stanthorpe Bushfires Community Thank You
THE event thanking fireys, SES and emergency responders for all the hard work they put in to ensure fires didn’t ravage the town in recent bushfires.
Tomorrow, noon until 10pm
WHERE:Stanthorpe Showgrounds, High St
Killarney family fun
JOIN the fun at the Killarney family day. This is a day for the community to come together in these tough times, to play some fun golf, watch the NRL footy grand final on the big screen, play on the jumping castle or get their face painted. The Killarney Pony Club will also be putting on a barbecue and the Killarney Rec Club will be operating the bar. Food and drinks available for purchase.
WHEN: Killarney Rec Club, 51 Willow St.
WHERE:Sunday, October 6, from 3–10pm.
KIDS getting bored on the school holidays?
Gardens Galore is going to hold a cupcake decorating workshop for the kids. Cupcakes will be made by the famous chef Stacey with lots of things to decorate with. There will also be cold drinks available.
After decorating, kids can visit the pony, guinea pig and chickens. Please call 0746 614 466 in advance to make a booking as seats are limited.
WHEN: Today, 9.30am.
WHERE: Gardens Galore, 21 Albion St.
Drought bake sale
WANT yummy treats and to help out a good cause?
Warwick Youth Connect is hosting a bake sale to raise funds for Warwick drought relief.
For more information, head to Warwick Youth Connect’s Facebook page.
W HEN:Tomorrow, from 4–5.30pm.
WHERE:IGA, 18 Palmerin St.
Rose Fiesta Day
WARWICK East Bowls Club is holding an all-day ladies carnival.
There will be three rounds and a full green of 14 teams.
Anyone and everyone is welcome.
WHEN: Tomorrow, from 9–4pm, with presentations starting from 4pm.
WHERE:Warwick East Bowls Club, 1 Lyons St.
COST: Free to spectators.
Ladies race day
A GIRLS-ONLY track day at Morgan Park Raceway, presented by The Motorcycle Sportsmen of Queensland.
Husbands, boyfriends or male significant-others may only attend in a support capacity (think pit-crew).
Since launching in 2016,
ladies day has had tremendous support and encouraged more girls on to the track.
WHEN: Sunday, from 7–5pm.
WHERE:Morgan Park Raceway
Connect with food
HOSTED in conjunction with Bluebird Kitchen and Warwick Headspace, this barbecue workshop hopes to teach attendees techniques to learn to cook everyday cuts of meat.
Through good food and good company, this workshop is about connecting with each other. For more information, contact Katie Osborn on 4661 5795.
WHEN:Sunday, from 9–1pm.
WHERE: Bluebird Kitchen, 130 Palmerin St.
JOIN the Warwick Clay Target Club in its October shooting day.
There are two events planned, the 50T mixed and the 50T points.
For more information, contact the club on 0417 708 363.
Sunday, from 8.30am.
WHERE: Warwick Clay Target Club, Rosenthal Rd.
AIKI Kai Australia would like to invite all Queensland students to Warwick’s 30th Anniversary training event. Enjoy the special opportunity to train with sensei Graham Morris over two days.
For more information, contact Kathy on 0402 901 933.
WHEN:Tomorrow from 10–12pm and 2–4pm and Sunday from 9—11am.
WHERE: Warwick Aiki kai Aikido, East St.
COST: $40 for Saturday training, $25 for Sunday training, or $55 for both days.
Art gallery awards
THE biennial event offers local artists the opportunity to exhibit, compete for recognition and win a cash prize of up to $1000.
Today, one work per artist representing one drawing, ceramics, mixed media painting and printmaking sculpture textiles will be chosen for display. For more information, head to
WHEN: Today, from 6.30–9pm.
WHERE: Warwick Art Gallery.
NOW in its 14th year, come and enjoy the finest display of modified and un-modifefied Volkswagen’s in Australia.
The drag events will be the highlight of the weekend but attendees will be able to get up close and inspect the cars.
For more information www.vwma.net.au
WHEN: Tonight from 7pm, tomorrow from 9am - late and Sunday from 9am.
WHERE: Warwick Dragway, Morgan Park.
COST:$10 per day.