GETTING OUT: The Kalamunda Youth Swing Band jazzes up over the weekend.
GETTING OUT: The Kalamunda Youth Swing Band jazzes up over the weekend. Chris Lines

Jumpers and Jazz: What's on over the weekend

CHECK out these events over the weekend.

Country brekky break

View the never before seen Farmer's Favourite Yarn Bombing at Freestone Memorial Hall at 8am.

Meet the Makers

Free handmade market at the Allora RSL Hall, 22 Warwick St, Allora, starts at 9am.

Punch rug workshop

At 9am, at the Warwick Art Gallery, learn how to create a chair pad. Tickets are $130 plus materials, and must be pre-purchased on www. warwickartgallery.com.au or on 46610434.

Pop-ups

Selling beautiful garments with daily demonstrations at Cafe Jaccqui's Conference Room, Cnr Albion St and Victoria St, Warwick at 9am.

Jazz @ the gallery

An open air artisans' market in the Warwick Art Gallery Garden, 49 Albion St, Warwick at 9.30am.

Saturday downtown jazz stage

Enjoy free jazz with three festival favourites through the CBD from 9.30am.

Exhibition art

An inviting pop-up gallery transforms the heritage hall.

The free event is hosted at St Mark's Parish Hall, cnr Grafton and Albion sts, Warwick, from 9.30am.

Heritage train ride

Enjoy a memorable journey by rail across the Darling Downs from the Warwick Railway Station, Lyons St, Warwick at 10am. Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for children and are available at the station, online at www.sdsr.com.au, or 46619788.

Yarntopian talk

Chat with Yartopians coordinator Loretta Grayson as she shares details and stories about this year's project at the Warwick Art Gallery, 49 Albion St, Warwick from 10am. Entry is a gold coin donation.

Craftsmanship workshop

An eclectic arts and crafts exhibition at Mt Colliery QCWA Hall, Bakers Rd, Mt Colliery begins at 10am.

Entry is a gold coin donation.

Tree jumper tour

A walking tour of this year's yarnbombed trees from 2pm outside the Warwick Art Gallery, 49 Albion St, Warwick. Entry is a gold coin donation.

High tea

A relaxed afternoon tea at Goomburra hall, 17 Inverramsay Rd, at 2pm.

Tickets are $25 and are available at the door.

Bonfire night

For it's 10th year, the bonfire brings its famous fire drum exhibition, food stalls and fireworks.

The event is hosted by the Killarney Showgrounds, Willow St, Killarney and begins at 4pm.

Tickets are $15 for adults and children under 12 are free.

Tickets are available at the gate or online at www.killarney bonfirenight.com.

Girl Friday

Free jazz performance at Condamine Sports Club, 131 Palmerin St, Warwick from 6pm.

Creole inspired banquet

Dinner accompanied by upbeat jazz at Belle Vue Cafe, 119 Palmerin St, Warwick from 6pm.

Tickets are $75 for adults.

Jazz the Blues Away

Dinner and jazz from 6.30pm at 223 Dragon St.

Tickets are $65.

Sunday

Recycled materials workshop

Make a recycled pendant from Warwick Art Gallery Studio, 49 Albion St, Warwick at 9pm.

Tickets are $130 plus materials.

Car display

A free vintage and classic cars display from Palmerin St, Warwick.

String Bag workshop

Make a bag at Studio Inside Out, 13 Clarke Street, Warwick from 9.30am.

Tickets are $110.

Abbey tour

Self-guided tour of Abbey of the Roses, 8 Locke St, Warwick. Tickets are $10.

Jazz in the garden

Enjoy the garden with jazz and wine at River Run Homestead, 24 Hoffmans Rd, Killarney from 10.30am.

Tickets are $20.

Historical walk

A walk around town from Warwick Town Hall at 11.30am.

Entry is a gold coin donation.

Warm heart jazz

Jazz at Heritage Estate Winery, 747 Granite Belt Dr, Cottonvale from noon.

Tickets are $20.

Basket workshop

Make a mixed fibre workshop at Studio Inside Out, 13 Clarke Street, Warwick at 1.30pm.

Tickets are $140.



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