5 THINGS TO DO IN AND AROUND THE REGION
Bell Show Ball
IF YOU’RE keen to cut footloose this weekend, get to the Bell Show Ball tonight and enjoy the dancing, live entertainment and bar until late.
The ball will be at the Bell Memorial Hall and doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Cost is $10 for adults and $4 for children.
For more information and table bookings, contact Casey on 0429 057 644.
FROM now until Sunday, you can test your skills at melon skiing, bust a move in the melon rodeo, or eat your bodyweight in the festival feast at the Chinchilla Melon Festival.
All ages are invited.
All information regarding various event times and locations can be found on the website www.melonfest.com.au or on 0488 737 060.
Live country music
ON SUNDAY night, head to the Dalby Country Music Club’s monthly social for some live music between 1-5pm at the Dalby Senior Citizens Centre.
It’s an all-ages event and they’re always looking for new talent.
Cost is $5 per person over school age with lucky door prize and raffles, and afternoon tea is provided.
For more details, phone Brian Weier on 0418 622 551.
HUNT for some unique market goodies at the Dalby Markets on Saturday at the Dalby Showgrounds.
The markets will run from 6am-noon.
For more information, contact Stanley on
0429 696 775.
At the movies
THIS week at the Dalby cinema, join Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in the musical drama-romance La La Land, showing tonight at 6.30pm, Saturday at 1pm and 5.45pm and Sunday at 2pm.
Romance-drama Fifty Shades Darker will also be showing tonight at 9pm, Saturday at 3.30pm and 8.15pm, and Sunday at 4.30pm.