Newspaper article The Chronicle (Toowoomba, Australia)

10 Things to Do; There Are Heaps of Things to Do in Toowoomba This Weekend

Newspaper article The Chronicle (Toowoomba, Australia)

10 Things to Do; There Are Heaps of Things to Do in Toowoomba This Weekend

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1. Dress Up Party

WHEN: Tomorrow, 10am to 2pm

WHERE: Cobb and Co Museum

BIG Ted, Little Ted, Humpty and Jemima are getting ready for a Dress Up Party to celebrate 50 years of the much-loved Australian television program Play School.

Flying in from Sydney Play School presenter Andrew McFarlane will be at the museum to join in the family-friendly fun of storytelling, craft activities, party games and more.

Kids can come dressed up as their favourite character and join the fancy dress parade at 1pm during the day.

For more details visit www.cobbandco.qm. qld.gov.au

2. The Woolshed Classic

WHEN: Today and tomorrow

WHERE: Jondaryan Woolshed

THE Woolshed Classic is a rally to celebrate every type and style of motor bike activity, from road bikes to speedway to motocross, trials, side-cars.

There will be plenty of bikes, live entertainment, food, stalls plus plenty of fun activities for the whole family like mini train rides, horse and cart rides, an animal nursery and much more.

Admission is a gold coin donation which goes to the Endeavour Foundation.

3. Toowoomba's first Pomeranian meet up

WHEN: Tomorrow, 2pm to 3.30pm

WHERE: Queens Park Godsall street dog park

WHAT'S the cutest dog in the world? A pomeranian of course.

After all the most famous dog in the world is Boo the pomeranian or as he is affectionately referred to as "the cutest dog in the world"

The Boo look-a-like's will be out in force on Sunday at Event Ko's Toowoomba's first Pomeranian meet up.

The event will raise funds for the RSPCA.

4. Cruise for Cancer

WHEN: Tomorrow, from 8am

WHERE: Queens Park Frogs Hollow

EXPERIENCE the exhilaration of riding pillion on a Harley-Davidson when The Rotary Club of Toowoomba City and the Darling Downs Harley Owners Group present the Cruise for Cancer ride for this year.

It's a day of fun, laughter, good company, no cares or worries, and 100 plus roaring Harleys.

To get on the back of a Harley-Davidson is $125, but family and friends can come along in the Supporters Bus for just $40, which includes lunch and morning tea.

To register go to www.cruiseforcancer.net.au or call Maureen on 46136345. …

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