90s sensation Screamfeeder will perform new music at Studio 188 on November 13. Photo Contributed
90s sensation Screamfeeder will perform new music at Studio 188 on November 13. Photo Contributed Contributed

Five things to do in Ipswich this weekend

A QT guide to the best events across the Ipswich region on Friday and Saturday.


Market Day

  • Leichhardt Baptist Church
  • Saturday, 8am-12pm

COME along to the bi-annual Leichhardt Baptist Church Market Day. Browse through plenty of household items, bric-a-brac, furniture, cake and jam stalls and second-hand items. Funds raised goes towards overseas development work to help those in need in third world countries.
Phone 3281 9790 for more.


Screamfeeder Rocks On The Soul

  • Studio 188, 188 Brisbane St
  • Friday, 7pm-9pm

SEE 90s rock sensation Screamfeeder perform live in Ipswich alongside local support acts 1:1:1 and The Roof, The Walls & Everything. Tickets to this all-ages event cost $10 pre-purchased and $14 at the door.

For tickets, phone 3810 6100 or visit studio188.com.au.


Speedway Come and Try Day

  • Champions Way, Willowbank
  • Saturday, 7.30am - 3pm

COME along to see what it's like to ride on a real speed way at Ipswich Junior Speedways final free come and try day for 2015. Free entry, free nomination and free day licence. Open to kids aged 4-16 years. Pee wees, farm bikes, dirt bikes 50cc-150cc only. Gates open from 7.30am. Rising from 9am-3pm. Riding gear required helmet, gloves, goggles, boots, covered-in footwear, long pants and long sleeves.

For more information Dwayne Rew on 0417 431 668.


Artisability Exhibition

  • Arttime Supplies, 203 Brisbane St
  • Friday, from 6pm

SEE the amazing work created by local artists with disabilities at the upcoming community celebration exhibition by Artisability. The community is invited to celebrate the opening night with the artists on Friday from 6pm. Wine and cheese will be available at the event. The exhibition will run until November 28. Drawing Point Gallery is open on Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm and Saturday from 9am-1pm.

Phone 3812 1188 to RSVP for the opening or for further information.


International Cafe

  • Masonic Hall, cnr Roderick and Nicholas Sts
  • Saturday, from 6.45pm

CELEBRATE the taste of South America at Ipswich Multicultural Project's last International Cafe for the year. Enjoy entertainment, traditional music by Celestino and Genaro and a South-American-themed three-course meal for just $25 per person.

Tickets sold at Urban Pantry, 181 Brisbane St, or by phoning Hedy on 0414 703 842.
 



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