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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Royal Mail

Christmas Party

The Royal Mail Hotel, Goodna

Today, from 1pm

THE Royal Mail Hotel's Christmas Party event is sure to rock your stocking off.

The celebration will feature live performances by Marshall Okell and The Pride followed by US artist Fabian at 4.30pm.

Admission is free.

For more information phone 3288 2213.

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Springfield

Organic Market

Robelle Domain Parklands, Springfield

Today, 7am - 1pm

THIS great community event held each Saturday is a great destination for foodies, as there are a range of stalls selling fresh organic and conventional produce.

The markets also play host to various local artists and designers selling a wide range of unique handmade products.

Entry is free and parking is available on site. For more information visit www.organicfoodmarkets.com.au.

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Construction

Site

Ipswich Art Gallery, d'Arcy Doyle Pl

All weekend, 10am-5pm

VISIT Construction Site for an awesome hands-on experience the whole family can enjoy. Be your own architect and use giant foam blocks to build whatever you can imagine.

Construct the ultimate cubby house or work together as a team and create your own city.

The event will be held till January 27. For more information visit www.ipswichartgallery.qld.gov.au.

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River Heart

Parklands

King Edward Pde, Ipswich

Tomorrow, 6am - 12noon

Along the banks of the Bremer river and a hop skip and jump from Ipswich town centre can be found a stunning river walkway that leads to the best children's aquativity park in the west.

The venue features a terraced water zone, discovery forest, flying fox, climbing spider, swings, barbecue and picnic facilities.

The water park has excellent shower and toilet amenities handily located.

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Advance Movie Screening

Limelight Cinemas, Riverlink

Tomorrow, 4pm

IPSWICH'S newest cinema - Limelight Cinema - is to stage an advance charity screening of the anticipated film The Railway Man starring Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth.

The wartime drama has a special link to Ipswich, with some scenes from the movie filmed at the Ipswich Railway Workshops. …

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