GETTING OUT: What’s on this weekend in Warwick
Grow Strong Fight Night
Fighters from across Queensland will roll into Warwick this weekend for Grow Strong Fight Night 2.
The mixed martial arts event will feature 12 cage fights, and one “celebrity” match.
COST: $50 for general admission and $35 for standing
Warwick to Clifton return
Southern Downs Railway Association will be running a Warwick to Clifton return ride this weekend.
This event is an ideal leisurely day out for families with young children.
Hop off and explore the Clifton main street and railway station.
Eat lunch at the cafe or at one of the local hotels.
WHEN: Tomorrow, 10—noon
WHERE: Warwick Railway Station
COST: Tickets are $20 return for kids and $45 for adults
Mark Anthony, Australia’s Naughtiest Hypnotist makes his return to Warwick for a night of good clean adult fun.
For one night only, Mark will entertain, hypnotise and mesmerise his audience with his quick wit, cheeky one-liners, and amazing hypnosis skills.
WHEN: Tonight, 8–10.30pm
WHERE: Warwick RSL, 65 Albion St
WARWICK Parkrun is held each Saturday on both sides of the Condamine River through Queens Park and St Mark’s Oval.
It is two laps of a 2.5km course and is open to runners, walkers or supporters leading the dog.
The starting point is below the rugby union field.
WHEN: Tomorrow, 7am start
WHERE: Starting below rugby oval at Queens Park
COST: Free, just bring a barcode from parkrun.com.au
IT’S Italian Night at Warwick’s Gardens Galore run by their very own Italian staff member.
Free entree upon arrival and tickets are limited.
The team think they have nailed the perfect menu for you all to enjoy.
Tickets are limited and can be bought instore or over the phone.
WHEN: Tonight, from 6.30pm
WHERE: Warwick’s Gardens Galore
COST: $40 per person
Community Fun Day
COME along and enjoy a day organised to bring the community together. There will be food, games for kids, a jumping castle, face painting, take-home hampers for each family and a hairdresser offering family cuts.
WHEN: Sunday, November, from 11am—3pm
WHERE: Freestone State School
Halloween at the Warwick RSL
PULL out your best ghoulish attire for Halloween night at the club.
Bruce Halter will be playing live from 8pm.
Drink specials, good music, promos and great company make it an ideal way to kick off your weekend celebrations.
WHEN: Tonight, from 8pm
WHERE: Warwick RSL Memorial Club
COST: Free entry
Relay for Life
GOONDIWINDI’S Debbie Creevy is walking with a team in the relay for life to raise funds for cancer research.
WHEN: Tomorrow, from 6pm
WHERE: Gilbert Oval, Goondiwindi
Rise up and be Brave
Two sessions of girls’ creative empowerment workshops are being hosted by Studio Style Inside Out creative arts. The first caters to young girls 6-11 years and the second, 12-16 years.
WHEN: Tomorrow, 1—7pm
WHERE: Studio Style Inside Out
DJ Wallace is the man for some sick beats and a sure-fire good time.
The popular DJ is a crowd favourite and returns to the Criterion Hotel this weekend.
W HEN: Tomorrow, 8.30—midnight
WHERE: Criterion Hotel 84 Palmerin St
Festival of Small Halls: Texas
THE Festival of Small Halls heads to Texas with The Jellyman’s Daughter, Ash Bell and Sara Tindley (AUS).
On paper, Texas has a romantic history that can rival Deadwood, which it is celebrating this weekend.
Tickets available online at festivalofsmallhalls.com or locally at the Texas Library.
WHEN: Today, 6.30—9.30pm
WHERE: Texas Memorial Hall
Seasonal Weekly Markets
THE best seasonal and regional produce from the Southern Downs and Granite Belt. Support our producers as they work to make a living amid the biggest drought in living memory.
WHEN: Today, from 8am
WHERE:Farley St, Stanthorpe