WORKSHOP: Get involved in a creative class at Studio Style Inside Out this weekend.
WORKSHOP: Get involved in a creative class at Studio Style Inside Out this weekend. Patrick Woods

Nine fun things to do around Warwick this weekend

1. Uce Juice

THEY'VE sold out over half their dates but tickets are still available for this weekend when Uce Juice bring their popular tour to Warwick.

Kennyon Brown, DJ Noiz and Donell Lewis will perform at the Warwick RSL Memorial Club with support act DJ Sefru.

They have performed more than 20 shows across Australia and more than 15 in New Zealand.

It will be their last tour together before they head to America.

WHEN: Tomorrow, from 8pm.

WHERE: Warwick RSL Memorial Club, 32 King St.

COST: General admission $35, meet and greet $70 and ticket with VIP pack $100. Purchase tickets at ticketbooth.com.au.

2. Creative workshop

SET some intentions for the new year at a vision board workshop run by Studio Style Inside Out.

A vision board makes use of the Law of Attraction, which operates on the concept that what the mind can conceive it can achieve.

The workshop includes a morning meditation session with Toni from Toni's Spiritual Guidance.

A fruit platter and water, tea and coffee will be available.

Everything needed for the workshop will be provided.

WHEN: Tomorrow, 9.30am-noon.

WHERE: 13 Clarke St.

COST: $55 each person, book online at studiostylecreativearts.com.

3. Meditation festival

THE Ananda Mela Festival of Bliss is a spiritual festival that offers twice-daily yoga and meditation, lots of healthy gourmet vegetarian/vegan food, spiritual philosophy, light chanting and more.

The festival site offers a safe space for people of all ages to relax, let go and explore their spirituality.

It is a family-friendly festival that has interesting programs for children and teens.

For more information and to book visit anandamelafestival.org.au.

WHEN: Today until Wednesday.

WHERE: Ananda Mela Australia, 463 Back Creek Rd, Stanthorpe.

COST: Adults are $100 for a day and $410 for the festival, teens aged 13-18 are $60 for a day and $200 for the festival, and children aged 3-12 are $60 for a day and $140 for the festival.

4. Cricket on

THE Warwick Cricket Association has scheduled round 9 of fixtures this weekend.

The Allora game tomorrow between Allora and Victoria Hill will be one of the best attended club games this season because of the long history of cricket between the two clubs.

Wheatvale will play Redbacks at Slade Park at 12.30pm Saturday.

The Sunday game at Slade Park this weekend will be between the undefeated Maryvale and Warwick Hotel Colts.

WHEN: Tomorrow, 12.30pm and Sunday 10.30am.

WHERE: Allora and Slade Park.

COST: Free to watch.

5. Warwick parkrun

THE weekly Warwick parkrun will start tomorrow at Queens Park, just below the rugby union oval.

There were 80 at parkrun on New Year's Day and organisers will be hoping for similar numbers this Saturday.

WHEN: Tomorrow, 7am.

WHERE: Warwick.

COST: Free to compete, just bring a parkrun barcode from the website for recording purposes.

6. Wet the whistle

IT'S looking like it's going to be a warm one in Warwick this weekend, so why not take the opportunity to have a tipple around town?

The Criterion Hotel on Palmerin St is now pouring hip brew Furphy from the tap.

The Horse and Jockey is also running Jag the Joker every Friday from 2pm, another great spot to have a cold one after a long week.

WHEN: All weekend.

WHERE: Criterion Hotel, 84 Palmerin St. Horse and Jockey Hotel Motel, corner of Victoria and Palmerin Sts.

COST: As much as you want to spend.

7. Bag a bargain

SOME great sales are still hanging around after Boxing Day so head to Rose City Shoppingworld and see what you can find.

Pets Domain are running a new year sale and the Southern Downs Skin and Laser Clinic also have treatment specials on offer.

But have a browse around the shops, you never know what bargains might be lurking.

WHEN: The centre is open 8am-9pm today, 8am-6pm tomorrow and 9am-6pm Sunday.

WHERE: Rose City Shoppingworld, 81 Palmerin St.

COST: As much as you want to spend.

8. Pool day

TAKE your swimmers and a towel to WIRAC for a dip in the pool.

Whether you're there to time some laps or make a splash there's lots to do in the pool with the family.

WHEN: Today 5.30am-8pm, tomorrow 7am-6pm and Sunday 11am-6pm.

WHERE: WIRAC, 29 Palmerin St.

COST: Pool access is $5.80 for adults, $4.60 for a concession, $19 for a family.

9. Picnic in the park

ROLL up a blanket, stack the sandwiches, fill the cooler with ice and head out to Leslie Park or the Condamine River for a picnic.

Find a table or throw out a blanket under the shade of a big tree and let the children enjoy the day outside.

Be sure to pack sunscreen, a hat and a few bags to clean up rubbish once lunch is over.

WHEN: All day.

WHERE: Leslie Park, Palmerin St. Condamine River, carpark off Alice St.

COST: Only a trip to the supermarket for food and drinks.



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