Your guide to what's on in Ipswich
SWITCH Bricks is a school holiday activity with a Lego theme. With three sessions of Lego fun will be held daily until June 30 at an affordable price. The event will feature creative build stations, competitions, displays and more. The event will take place at 25 Cothill Rd, Booval, with sessions starting at 9am, 11.30am and 2pm. Bookings are essential. For more information visit switchbricks.com.
EAT your way around the Scenic Rim this Saturday at the Winter Harvest Festival, an authentic food festival showcasing the delicious array of food and wine that's produced in the region. The day will feature producers and retailers from across the Scenic Rim, as well as children's activities, live music and a tractor pulling competition. Tickets to the Winter Harvest Festival can be pre-purchased at liveatthecentre.com.au or purchased at the gate. Adults are $10 and children under 12 are free. The festival will be held in Aratula from noon - 5pm.
UNDER the Active Healthy Lockyer program, the popular Parkrun event has been brought to Gatton. The free event is a weekly, 5km timed run or walk. Residents are invited to lace up their running shoes and head to Lake Apex in Gatton today to take part in the Parkrun at 7am. For more information phone council on 1300 005 872.
WHETHER you are planning a wedding, engagement party, special birthday or bridal or baby shower the Drift Brookwater Wedding Expo will provide you with inspiration for your event. The free event will take place at Drift Brookwater and showcase fabulous event spaces and the latest in celebration cakes, gowns, theme ideas and more from a multitude of exhibitors. For more information visit 3814 5500 or email email@example.com.
IPSWICH Pigeon Specialist Club will host an Annual Pigeon Show at the Poultry Pigeon Pavilion located within the Ipswich Showgrounds. The free event will run from 9am - 11am. For more information phone John Wiseman on 5464 3184.
LATER IN THE WEEK
LEARN the art of comedy. Commedia Dellarte theatre workshops will be held by the Goat Track Theatre Company on Wednesday, July 3 from 10am - 2.30pm at Boonah Cultural Centre. The workshop costs $20 per person and is available to kids aged eight -14 years. Places are limited and bookings can be made at liveatthecentre.com.au or by phoning 5463 1524.