Jumpers and Jazz highlights

Tree Jumper Exhibition

More than 110 trees artistically dressed with traditional textiles and techniques such as knitting, crochet, felting and weaving or inventive installations using recyclables.

 When: On display throughout festival.

 Where: Palmerin, Grafton and Fitzroy Sts.

 Cost: Free. One-hour curators tours also available at no charge.

Jazz at the Gallery

Artist markets, art exhibitions and live music from SCAT, James Whiting and The Clem Four. Demonstrations and advice from national crochet champion, Sonia Grevell.

 When: Saturday, July 20, 9am-3pm.

 Where: Warwick Art Gallery.

 Cost: Free.

Portraits of a Tea Cosy exhibition

National premiere of Loani Prior and Mark Crocker's touring exhibition celebrating and sharing tea cosy stories.

 When: July 4 to August 11 (open daily throughout the festival, 10am-4pm).

 Where: Warwick Art Gallery.

 Cost: Free.

Winter in Killarney Bonfire Night

Decorated fire drums, giant centrepiece bonfire, live band and fireworks to really warm you up this winter. Rug up, bring chairs or a picnic blanket and enjoy mulled wine, damper and stew, fondue or hot chocolates served by local community groups. Killarney's town trees are also rugged up for the occasion with craft installations.

 When: Saturday, July 20, 4-9pm.

 Where: Killarney Polocrosse Fields, cnr Acacia and Willow Sts, Killarney.

 Cost: $10 per person.

Chocolate Dipped Letters presented by Spicers Peak Lodge

Hosted by radio personality, Ruby Slipperz, Chocolate Dipped Letters will be a women's only forum-style afternoon of chocolate indulgence and female wit with stories and tales from some of Warwick's most inspirational women.

 When: Sunday, July 21, 1.30-4.30pm.

 Where: Warwick Town Hall.

 Cost: $25 per person or $250 for table of 10 (including afternoon tea from Spicers Peak Lodge). Bookings essential by phoning 4661 9073.

Grand vintage car display

Around 100 vintage cars courtesy of the MG Club, Warwick Veteran and Vintage Vehicle Club, Killarney Auto Enthusiasts and Monaro, Pontiac and Corvette Clubs of Queensland line the main street as a tribute to Warwick's long-held association with motorsports. Some are even yarn bombed for extra fun! Live jazz from Robyn Brown & Sassy Jazz, The Memphis Moovers, The Blue Violets and Pangea Music.

 When: Sunday, July 21, 9.30am.

 Where: Palmerin St.

 Cost: Free.

Saturday Stroll 'n' Swing

Groove to the sounds of live jazz at the Warwick Town Hall main stage or other unexpected places throughout Warwick's CBD (jazz program including Tedeschi and Cooper, Sunrise Road, East Street Singers). Wander through more than 20 textile art exhibitions, haggle and bargain at the Suitcase Rummage markets in Retro Alley, visit The Sheep Shack and experience live shearing and damper tastings from The Woolshed at Jondaryan plus a giant knitting needle challenge. Or simply enjoy local shopping and dining.

 When: Saturday, July 27, 9.30am-3pm.

 Where: Warwick CBD with main stage at the Warwick Town Hall, The Sheep Shack @ Art Gallery courtyard and Suitcase Rummage in Retro Alley.

 Cost: Free.

Picnic in the Park

Craft markets and live jazz from Amy Michaels & The Good Times Girls, Well Swung Daddies and Freud Squad. Food and wine from local regional wineries plus kids rides and entertainment make this an outdoor winter day to remember. Bring your picnic blanket and chairs and sit back and enjoy.

 When: Sunday, July 28, 9.30am-3pm.

 Where: Leslie Park, Warwick CBD.

 Cost: Free.

Ten Years, Ten Trees, Ten Artists exhibition

To celebrate the Jumpers and Jazz festival's tenth year, 10 specially selected artists from the local region, Brisbane and even Tasmania have been invited to transform the Warwick Art Gallery's suite of identical black timber tree structures into their own chosen work of art.

 When: On display throughout festival.

 Where: Warwick Town Hall Foyer.

 Cost: Free.



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