Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

10; Things to Do This Weekend

Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

10; Things to Do This Weekend

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Choral concert

Ipswich Civic Centre, cnr Limestone and Nicholas Sts

Tomorrow, from 2.30pm

THE Cambrian Showcase will feature

performances from each of the four

Blackstone-Ipswich Cambrian Choirs.

The Cambrian Senior Choir, Cambrian Show Choir, Cambrian Youth Choir and Junior Cambrian Choir will perform individually

in preparation for the 120th Heritage Queensland Eisteddfod.

Tickets cost $20 for adults, $15 for students and concession card-holders, and $10 for children aged 14 and under.

Phone 3810 6100 or visit the website at to book.


Tennis fun day

Grammar Park Sports Fields, Pearse Dve, Grammar Park, Brassall

Today, 9ama12pm

ADULTS and children will be able to soak up the action and enjoy the fun of tennis at the Festival of Tennis fun day.

Attendees can watch the semi-finals of

the City of Ipswich Tennis International,

relax with free entertainment, try their tennis skills on the hot shots courts and browse market stalls.

A jumping castle and face-painting will keep kids amused.

Free entry.

Visit for more.


Cake decorating

Central Church hall, cnr Limestone and Gordon Sts, Ipswich

Today, 10ama2pm

WATCH cake-decorating demonstrations and find out about the Ipswich Cake

Decorators Association.

The open day is aimed at sharing

knowledge and attracting new members

to the group.

Attendees will also be able to stock up on cake-decorating supplies and equipment from market stalls, with items including handmade sugar items available for


Hot beverages and light refreshments will also be for sale.

Entry by gold coin donation.

Phone Katie on 0418 713 696 with any queries.


Broadway tribute

George Hogg Performance Venue, 122 Chermside Rd, East Ipswich

Tonight, from 7.30pm

IPSWICH performer Adam Porter will

present New York, New York, with four

other talented local singer-actors.

Porter is raising funds to put towards his drama study in the Big Apple.

Tickets cost $15 and can be bought at

the door or pre-purchased online at

trybooking. …

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