JAZZ NIGHT: Hetty Kate will be appearing live at Studio 188 this Saturday night.
JAZZ NIGHT: Hetty Kate will be appearing live at Studio 188 this Saturday night. Contributed

What's on in Ipswich this week

Breakfast for Blokes

  • The Coffee Club, Riverlink
  • Friday, 6.30am

FIND answers to health related questions at this breakfast hosted by the Ipswich Hospital Foundation.

A panel of medical professionals and community professionals will be on hand to answer anonymous health questions from the public.

West Moreton's own Dr Ken Piaggio from the Mental Health Unit, Board member Paul Casos and Cardiac Rehab's Steve Woodruffe will join the panel for the informative event.

Cost is $20 including a hot breakfast.

Purchase tickets at eventbrite.com.au

 

Saturday Night Live

  • Studio 188
  • Saturday, 8pm-10pm

POPULAR Melbourne jazz vocalist Hetty Kate and outstanding guitarist James Sherlock bring a sophisticated selection of songs to Studio 188.

To book, phone 3810 6100 

World's Greatest Shave

  • Blackall Street Butchery, Basin Pocket
  • Saturday, 11am

LITTLE Kayley Wilkinson, 8, will shave off her golden locks to raise funds for the Leukaemia Foundation. The event kicks off similar fundraiser's throughout the city on the weekend.

There will be a sausage sizzle outside the shop.

To donate, phone 0419 796 432  

World's Greatest Shave

  • Fernvale Future Complex
  • Sunday, midday - 4pm

KIDS can come along and play with the fire trucks and water as volunteers from the Fernvale Rural Fire Service and associated emergency services support the Leukaemia Foundation with this event.

There will be public shaving and colouring, a gold coin barbecue, Emergency Services information stand, vehicle display, coffee, ice creams and face painting.

To donate phone 0402 527 438 or eamil kingstondaniel@yahoo.com.au



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