Five things to do in Ipswich this weekend
A QT guide to the best events across the Ipswich region on Friday and Saturday.
- Ipswich TurfClub
- Sunday, 7am-1pm
BRING the family to the Rotary Club of Booval Swap Meet for all your fishing, camping, boating and RV needs.
Sites are still available for individual sellers or businesses. Traders stalls cost $10 per site. A sausage sizzle, drinks, tea and coffee will also be on offer at the event. Gold coin donation entry.
Phone Martyn on 0406 259 652 to book a site.
Shadow Puppet Show
- Ipswich Art Gallery, d'Arcy Doyle Place
- Saturday, 1pm, and Sunday, 10.30am
STICKS, Stones, Broken Bones is a fun-filled hilarious, shadow-puppet show full of surprises, captivatingly performed by Jeff Achtem of Bunk Puppets. Watch as household junk is transformed into surreal shadow puppets in this 45-minute performance. Tickets $7 each. Recommended for ages seven and above.
Phone 3810 7222 to book.
- Lake Dyer Caravan Park, Laidley
- Saturday - Sunday, from 8am
HEAD to the Lockyer Powerfest for all your racing action. See powerboat racing, dragonboats, wakeboard demos, displays, hot rods, classic cars and plenty of activities to entertain the kids. Food available. Admission for both days $10 adults, 10-17 years $2 and under 10 free.
Search Lockyer Powerfest on Facebook for more.
Sounds of the 70s
- 10 South Station Rd, Booval
- Saturday 7.30pm and Sunday 2.30pm
GO BACK in time when the Cambrian Show Choir performs all the classic hits of the 70s. The groovy Saturday performance includes a wine and cheese evening and the funky Sunday show includes afternoon tea. Tickets are $15 per person.
Book by phoning 3351 6062.
Prostate Cancer Info Session
- Harrisville School of Arts
- Friday, from 7.30pm
THE community is invited to a free prostate cancer awareness evening in Harrisville. Presented by the Ipswich Prostate Cancer Support Group. The free event will include guest speakers, information and light refreshments.
Phone 3281 5493 to book.