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■ MAY 18: Old Time/New Vogue Dance Stan­well Hall, com­menc­ing at 7.30pm. Mu­sic by TwoCan. Ad­mis­sion $10, in­cludes sup­per and door prizes.

■ MAY 20: Emu Park Mar­kets 8am to 12pm. Bell Park, Emu Park. Over 100 stalls. One of the big­gest and best mar­kets on the Coast. Free en­try. Al­ways the third Sun­day of the month. For en­quiries and book­ing, please call Lyn 0407 178 011.

■ MAY 26-27: The Sal­va­tion Army Red Shield Ap­peal

■ MAY 26: ADFAS Rock­hamp­ton speaker for the month of May – Rosalind Whyte from the United King­dom. Ex­hi­bi­tions and Ex­hi­bi­tion­ists: 1768–2018. A history of the Royal Academy, Lon­don. All lec­tures are beau­ti­fully il­lus­trated via dig­i­tal pre­sen­ta­tions. Our speak­ers are recog­nised ex­perts in their fields.

■ MAY 26: Chap­laincy High Tea 12 noon to 2pm at the Mas­ter and the Ap­pren­tice Cafe, Bar and Bistro at North Rock­hamp­ton High School, $45. Book­ings es­sen­tial. Phone 4924 7888 for book­ings or 0409 580 748 for en­quiries.

■ MAY 27: Work­ing Class Man

Venue: Pil­beam The­atre.

Time: 8pm.

Rock icon, Jimmy Barnes brings a fol­low-up best-sell­ing mem­oir to life in Work­ing Class Man: An Evening of Sto­ries & Songs. Cost: A Re­serve (Rows W–P) $119.90, B Re­serve (Rows Q–U) $99.90. This is an 18+ event, limit of four tick­ets per trans­ac­tion.

Phone: 4927 4111.

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