LADIES, LET’S GET READY TO RACE

YOUR WEEK­END PLAN­NER

Townsville Bulletin - - FRONT PAGE - Send us your event de­tails eye@townsville­bul­letin.com.au com­piled by Chris Silvini

1 Get swept up in the bubbles, the fin­ery and the frol­ics of Ladies Day 2017 this Satur­day at Townsville Turf Club. Strut your stuff at the Es­cape Travel Fash­ions on the Field, or just to en­joy some good com­pany at Miss Ma­cie Cham­pagne Gar­den or the Es­presso Mar­tini Bar both avail­able in gen­eral ad­mis­sion. Keep your­self look­ing your best at the make- up touch up tent. With live en­ter­tain­ment from Dr Jack and seven thrilling races on the track. Gates open at 11am. More in­for­ma­tion at www.townsvil­letur­f­club.com.au

2 Bring a blan­ket and en­joy the free screen­ing of the an­i­mated movie Sing this Fri­day night at 6.30pm on the River­way Oval. Dap­per Koala Buster Moon pre­sides over a once- grand theatre that has fallen on hard times. He takes one fi­nal chance to re­store his fad­ing jewel to its for­mer glory by pro­duc­ing the world’s great­est singing com­pe­ti­tion. Info at www.what­son.townsville.qld.gov.au

3 Don’t miss the launch of na­tional tour­ing ex­hi­bi­tion Black Mist Burnt Coun­try, this Satur­day from 6.30pm at Pin­na­cles Gallery. This project com­mem­o­rates the 60th an­niver­sary of the Bri­tish atomic test se­ries at Mar­alinga. The ex­hi­bi­tion vis­its the events and its location through the art­works by indige­nous and non- indige­nous artists. En­try to the gallery is free. Info www.what­son.townsville.qld.gov.au

4 Ex­plore Townsville’s fas­ci­nat­ing his­tory when Her­itage Day re­turns to West End Park this Sun­day. Come along from 10am to 2pm and en­joy the guided tours through the his­toric West End Ceme­tery, ride a vin­tage Chevy bus and talk to lo­cal his­tory or­gan­i­sa­tions. There will also be great live en­ter­tain­ment and free amuse­ments, face paint­ing and fairy floss for the kids. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.what­son.townsville.qld.gov.au

5 Have a fam­ily night out this week­end when the North Queens­land Toy­ota Cow­boys take on the New Zealand War­riors on Satur­day July 22. Gates at 1300SMILES Sta­dium open at 5pm for the un­der 20s at 5.10pm, with the main game kick­ing off at 7.30pm. Get the spe­cial fam­ily pass — four GA tick­ets from $ 40 and cheer your team on from the hills. ( Two adults and two chil­dren, book­ing fees ap­ply). Book now at www.cow­boys.com.au or your lo­cal Tick­etek agency.

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