Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

10 Things to Do This Weekend

Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

10 Things to Do This Weekend

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Dance and dine

FANCY a night of dinner and dancing? Get a group of friends and family together for a great night out to raise money for the Swan Creek Hall. The night will feature a mix of old-time and modern dancing, entertainment by Janelle and Terry Lewis' band, raffles and supper.

When: Tomorrow at 7pm.

Where: Swan Creek Hall.

Cost: $10 entry.

Woodcrafters day

THE Warwick and District Woodcrafters finish their open week with a sale of their handcrafted items and a barbecue lunch.

When: Saturday from 8am.

Where: Corner of Glen Rd and Tooth St.

Cost: Free.


HEAPS of cool music on offer at this drug and alcohol free event. Check out Without Wings We Fall, 24 Hour Breakdown, Tailored Due, Black As Blue, Rachelle Van Slobbe and many more.

When: Saturday.

Where: Warwick Town Hall.

Cost: $5.

Line up for dancing

DUST off your cowboy boots and get ready for a line-dancing social, a great place to meet new friends and have some fun along the way. All proceeds of the day goes towards the Cancer Council Queensland and Warwick Senior Citizens Club. Raffles and lucky draw prizes will also be available.

When: Tomorrow, noon until 5pm.

Where: Senior Citizens Centre, Albert Street, Warwick.

Cost: $8 for dancers, $4 for non-dancers. Inquiries to Jenny on 46612448.

Country music round-up

AT the annual Texas Country Music Roundup, from Friday through to Sunday, there will be three days of action packed non-stop country music, gospel music and bush poetry at the Texas Sports Complex. Enjoy the music tomorrow from 10am to 7.30pm with a concert featuring Lindsay Butler and Shaza Leigh. Full program at

When: Bush Poets Breakfast from 8am today, music from noon today and events on until late Sunday.

Where: Texas Sports Complex, Middleton Street.

Cost: $40 for weekend pass; $5 for students 12-15; children under 12 free.

Market in mountains

STANTHORPE'S make it, bake it, sew it or grow it quality craft market is held on the second and fourth Sunday of each month at Stanthorpe Market in the Mountains.

Held in the heart of town at the Stanthorpe Civic Centre, you will find wonderful wares, fabulous food, and goodies galore. …

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