6 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK...
THE Anglican Church is hosting its Christmas Cake Stall tomorrow.
If you are feeling a bit peckish, make your way down to Henry St to try some of the delicious baked goods on display.
WHERE: Henry St, Charleville.
WHEN: From 10am, tomorrow.
AFTER trying out some delicious home-cooked goods, be sure to wander down and check out the Painter and the Potter
exhibition on Henry St.
Floral works in watercolour and acrylic from Kirra Chanel Moore will stand alongside a selection of blue and white ceramics from Annette Brimblecombe, a must-see for all art lovers. WHERE: Handmade on Henry St, Charleville.
WHEN: 6.30pm, tomorrow.
THE Bollon branch of the QCWA will be holding its Christmas Craft Day on Saturday.
It will be a messy time, so make sure you wear something suitable.
A light afternoon tea will be provided at the event and there will be plenty of crafts to go around.
WHERE: Bollon Tennis Club.
WHEN: 3.30pm, Saturday.
ENJOY a spot of cricket? The Geiger Cup Cricket Round Robin will be held at various grounds around the region.
Come and catch the action, which is sure to make a perfect family day out. WHERE: Balonne cricket grounds.
WHEN: 10am, Saturday.
AFTER months of hard work, Balonne Ballet will be holding its annual Christmas concert on Saturday evening.
Head to the St George Cultural Centre to see the dancers perform their group routines and celebrate the end of their season.
WHERE: Cultural Centre, St George.
WHEN: 5pm, Saturday.
‘TIS the season to be jolly. If you love to belt out a Christmas song or two, there will be Christmas singing held at Warrawee on Monday. From Rudolph the
Red-Nosed Reindeer to Deck the Halls, come and sing yourself into the Christmas spirit with family and friends.
There will be an assortment of kids’ activities and bring something comfortable to sit on. WHERE: Warrawee, St George.
WHEN: 4pm, Monday.
CENTRE STAGE: Balonne Ballet dancers will take to the stage at their annual Christmas concert on Saturday.