Five things to do in Ipswich this weekend

1 Art Display

  • Ipswich Art Gallery, d'Arcy Doyle Place
  • Today 10am - 4pm

A SELECTION of contemporary acquisitions by Australian artists including Ricky Swallow, Patricia Piccinini, David Rosetzky and Dale Frank are currently on display.

The exhibition is free and will run until Sunday. Bookings are not required and all ages are welcome.

For more information visit

2 Concert Party

  • Auditorium, Humanities Building, 56 South St
  • Today 1pm - 3pm

SENIORS from the Ipswich 60 and Better program are inviting people older than 60 to gather at the Humanities Building for an afternoon of singing.

Those who take part can join the group in singing along to a range of old-time tunes. The musical event will be followed by an afternoon tea.

Admission costs 50c which includes the morning tea.

For more information phone Kath Hogan on 3201 6075.

3 Oz Night Market

  • Booval Fair Shopping Centre
  • Tomorrow 5.30pm - 10pm

TASTE the world in one delicious event. About 30 food stalls with dishes from across the world will be on offer at this market.

The indoor event will also feature live entertainment and kids' rides.

Entry is $1 for adults and free for kids younger than 15 years and pensioners. For more information phone 3123 2800.

4 Redbank Plains Market

  • Eastern Taipans Cricket Club, Redbank Plains
  • Tomorrow 6am - 11.30am

DOZENS of stalls offering a huge variety of services and products from organic meats to trash and treasure will be on show at this community market.

The event is held on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.

Parking and admission is free.

For more information phone Denis on 0413 893 793.

5 Park2Park

  • Bill Patterson Oval, Limestone Park, Ipswich
  • Sunday from 6am

ADVANCING into its 10th year, the Ipswich Park 2 Park Challenge is back with a race day program including a half marathon, 10km run, 5km run and a 5km walk.

Parking is available in the car park off Quarry St as well as in the surrounding streets for the duration of the event.

Those taking part can register online at or on the day.

Event day services include a baggage area, toilets, child feed and change area and sunscreen trailer

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