1 Orpheus performance

  • Ellenborough St Uniting Church
  • Tomorrow 2 - 4pm

THE Orpheus Chorale presents "Our Favourite Things" in a live performance this Sunday. The show will also feature Young Orpheus Singers and the award-winning soloist of the chorale. A Devonshire-style afternoon tea will be provided at the conclusion of the concert. Adult and concession tickets cost $15 each and tickets for children 12 years and under are $10.

Proceeds in aid of Ipswich Hospice Care.

  

2 Bridal Expo

  • Ipswich Civic Centre,Limestone St
  • Tomorrow 10am - 2.30pm

A VAST range of wedding needs will be on offer under one roof this Sunday at the Ipswich and West Moreton Bridal Expo. Men's and women's fashions, photographers, venues, celebrants and more will be there on the day to help create the perfect wedding. A range of bridal gowns will be on sale for less than $500.

For more information phone 3282 5553.

  

3 Family Bazaar

  • Sacred Heart School,Booval
  • Tomorrow 7am - noon

PLENTY of treasures and bargains that will appeal to everyone. Babies' clothing, prams, furniture, women's and children's clothing, toys and books new and old will be on offer. Tuckshop will be open for coffee and refreshments.

For more information phone Danita on 0417 321 140.

  

4 Swifts Markets

  • Swifts Sports Fields, Yamanto
  • Today 6am - 11.30am

THE new weekly Swifts Yamanto Saturday market will be opening today. Browse through a range of stalls selling new and pre-loved items.

For more information phone Dennis on 0413 893 793.

  

5 Pro Bull Riding Tour

  • North Ipswich Reserve,North Ipswich
  • Tomorrow 5pm - late

THE Queensland Times in conjunction with the Rural Weekly is bringing a Pro Bull Ride event to Ipswich. The night will be run in association with the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) Australia. The best bull riders in Australia will be competing for the Rural Weekly inaugural Series title. Come and see one of the world's fastest-growing, high-energy sporting events. Bar and food outlets will also be in operation on the night.

For more information phone The Queensland Times on 3817 1717

6 Oz Night Market

  • Booval Fair Shopping Centre
  • Today 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.

7 Showplace Markets

  • Ipswich Showgrounds, Warwick Rd
  • Tomorrow 6am - 11.30am

COME along to the Ipswich Showgrounds markets held every Sunday. Farm fresh fruit and veg, pre-packed fresh meat, plants, craft and much more available. Plenty of on-site parking and Sunday papers can be purchased from front and back ticket boxes.

For more information phone 3281 1577.

8 Greyhound racing

  • Ipswich Showgrounds, Warwick Rd
  • Today, first race 6.59pm

HEAD to the showgrounds for some great greyhound racing action.

The event will feature a full range of racing from maidens to 5th grade races.

The restaurant, TAB and bar will be open from 5.30pm.

Admission costs $5.50 for adults, $3.30 for concessions and children under 18 are free. For more information phone 3202 2977.

   

9 Tivoli Twilight Markets

  • Tivoli Drive-In, 50 Coal Rd, Chuwar
  • Tonight 4pm - 8pm

ENJOY a family and dog-friendly market that boasts a variety of local and family-run stalls, face-painting, party planners, jewellery, handmade craft and novelties, and a regular fruit and veggie vendor.

Come for the market and stay for the drive-in with the event followed by a double screening of Planes: Fire & Rescue and Guardians of the Galaxy.

For more information visit TivoliTwilightMarket

  

10 Live comedy

  • Studio 188, Brisbane St
  • Today 8 - 10pm

STAND-UP comedians Greg Sullivan and Steve Allison are set to get audiences laughing when they perform at Studio 188 as part of the studio's monthly comedy series. Wine, beer, snacks and soft drinks will be available at the studio bar.

To book visit studio188.com.au



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