6 5. Lemon Drops story time session
THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK...
1. Outdoor movie and fun night
FAMILY-friendly movies Wreck-it Ralph and Sing will be screened on the night and there will be plenty of fun on the side.
Come and enjoy a great night out in Dirranbandi for the entire family.
WHEN: Tomorrow, 5–9pm. WHERE: Dirranbandi State School oval.
2. Balonne Shire Council auction
BALONNE council is putting the excess and obsolete stock from its St George depot up for auction, so come along and bag yourself a bargain. WHEN: September 9, 10am. WHERE: St George council depot.
3. Nindigully Campdraft
THE competition will be fierce, the cattle will be lively and the bar is operating all weekend.
Don’t miss out on all the action at the annual Nindigully Campdraft.
Campers are reminded there are no powered sites available and they are encouraged to bring generators.
WHEN: Saturday and Sunday, daylight start.
4. Tennis club open tournament
MEN’S and ladies’ singles, doubles and mixed doubles, with a specialty novelty event for mixed adult and child doubles.
Cash prizes are up for grabs for winners, runners-up and semifinalists, so don your activewear and sweatbands and head to the courts this weekend.
The competition is run in conjunction with the St George Junior Development Series.
For nominations and further information, phone 0429 182 771 or 0438 062 335. WHEN: Saturday and Sunday. WHERE: St George Tennis Club. GET down to the St George Cultural Centre for a free storytelling session.
Bookings are preferred for the Lemon Drops and the session includes live music.
For further information and bookings, email Mareea Lochel at mareea.lochel @balonne.qld.gov.au. WHEN: September 11, 10am and 11am.
WHERE: St George Cultural Centre.
6. RU OK Day breakfast
COME and support this suicide prevention charity that reminds people that having meaningful conversations with mates and loved ones could save lives There are two events next week, so get along and support the causes at the St George Men’s Shed and Stevie Jeans on Wednesday and Thursday next week respectively.
St George Men’s Shed WHEN: September 13, 7–9am. Stevie Jeans
WHEN: September 14, 9–11am.
KIDS’ ENTERTAINMENT: The Lemon Drops are coming to the St George Cultural Centre to delight local children.