5 THINGS TO DO IN AND AROUND THE REGION
ENJOY a film whilst helping out the Chinchilla Catholic Ladies Committee tonight at the premiere screening for Florence Foster Jenkins.
Meryl Streep stars in the true story of a New York heiress and socialite who obsessively pursued her dream of becoming a great singer.
Doors open at 6pm for refreshments, raffles and a lucky door prize before the movie screens at 7pm.
Tickets are $20 and includes wine/beer and savouries, plus entry to the cinema.
Tickets available from Allens Drapers on Heeney St, or by phoning Jody Hart 4668 9306 or Lola Stewart 4669 1303.
Proceeds for the night go towards the Our Lady Help of Christians’ Parish.
GREASE is the word tomorrow night at Chinchilla RSL Memorial Club with a Grease themed night.
Get in touch with you inner Pink Lady, T-Bird, Riz, Danny or Sandy (whether that be pre- or post-makeover Sandy!) from 8pm until late with DJ3MC spinning the tunes and prizes for best dressed gent and best dressed lady.
DON’T miss this month’s Miles Country Markets in the picturesque location of Miles Golf Club, where you can come for the markets and stay for a hit of golf.
Starting bright and early at 7am, there’ll sure to be plenty of bargains to nab and good food to try. The markets run until noon.
THE only performance of its kind that celebrates the life of Luciano Pavarotti is coming to Chinchilla tomorrow night.
Performed by former Ten Tenor, Roger Davy, the two hour cabaret-style show will feature some of Queensland’s most talented performers from 6pm with dinner at the Chinchilla RSL Memorial Club.
Tickets are $30 and available through Chinchilla One Hour Photo on 4662 8114.
GET ready to Stop or Go Go Go at the Chinchilla Commercial Hotel’s Traffic Light Party this Saturday.
Dress code for the night is green if you’re single and ready to mingle; orange if not sure, so proceed with caution and red if you’re taken.
DJ Benny will be on the decks from 9pm until the wee hours thanks to a 1am late license.