Potters Open Day among Seniors Week activities in Warwick

Saturday, August 15

12.30pm

GOSPEL CONCERT @ ALLORA

Gospel Concert featuring an assortment of talented musicians, showcasing gospel and inspirational music, includes lunch. Cost: $5. St David's Hall, 1 Church Street, Allora. Phone Lynette on 0403216 426.

Tuesday, August 18

9.30am

SENIOR CITIZENS EUCHRE TOURNAMENT

Teams of three required, raffle prizes. RSVP names/teams by August 11. $5 entry, includes morning tea and lunch. Warwick Senior Citizens Centre, 13a Albert Street, Warwick. Phone June on 4661 9996 or Marg on 4661 3007.

9.30am-noon

MORNING TEA DANCE & SING-A-LONG

Community Options Warwick morning tea and Old Time dancing with accomplished dancers. Lucky door prizes. St Mary's Hall, Cnr Wood St & Acacia Ave, Warwick. Phone Donna on 4660 3867 or 0427413061. Gold coin donation.

10am-4pm

EXHIBITION WATERCOLOUR IN QLD 1850s-1980s

Transparent: Watercolour in Qld 1850s to 1980s. See more than 50 exquisite watercolours from the Qld Art Gallery collection. Warwick Art Gallery, 49 Albion Street, Warwick. Free event. Phone Karina on 46610434 for more.

10am-4pm

WARWICK POTTERS OPEN DAY

View potters at work. Gallery open, works for sale. Free tea/coffee. Make a clay pot for $5. The Potters House, 63 Horsman Rd, Warwick. Phone Rae on 0402307637. Free.

1-4pm

STANTHORPE 'INTRODUCTION TO POTTERY'

Hand building and wheel throwing demos. Create a small item using coils, slabs or pinching clay. Have some fun and a cuppa. Eduardo Verri Park, 47 Wallangarra Rd, Stanthorpe. Free. Phone Maryke on 4681 0000 or Denise on 4683 3168.

Wednesday, August 19

9am

MILITARY MEMORABILIA DISPLAY - WARWICK

VSASA Inc. Warwick Branch display of Boer War, WW1 and Afghanistan campaigns. 25 mannequins in military uniforms. Free display at 1 Tooth Street. Phone Barry 4661 2898 or visit: warvet02@bigpond.com.

10am

'NIA WITH ALI' ALL ABILITIES ACCESS TO JOY

Come and move your body with pleasure as your motivation. Movement + Music = Magic. Nia is for everybody, all welcome. CDS Granite Belt Neighbourhood Centre, 8 Corundum St, Stanthorpe. Cost: $5. Phone Alison on 0404648486.

10am-2pm

OPEN DAY & DEVONSHIRE TEA @ REGENCY PARK

Regency Park Residents invite you to come through and see what retirement living is really all about. Regency Park, 5 Regency Drive, Warwick. Free event. Phone Chris on 0471 707 047. Free.

10am-2pm & 10am-3pm

ART & TEXTILE DEMONSTRATION TASTER CLASSES

Warwick Artist Group conducts Art & Textile demonstration and taster classes. Try your hand at painting, drawing, watercolour and textiles under guidance from Warwick Artists. Warwick Artist Studio, Willi Street, Warwick. Phone Robyn on 0409 333 192. Free.

10am-4pm

WARWICK POTTERS OPEN DAY

View potters at work. Gallery open, works for sale. Free tea/coffee. Make a clay pot for $5. The Potters House, 63 Horsman Rd, Warwick. Phone Rae on 0402 307 637 for more. Free event.

10.30am-2pm

DEVONSHIRE TEA & HYMNS IN THE CHURCH

Enjoy a morning of singing, fresh scones & a warm cuppa. Emmaus Court, Warwick. Free.

10.30am

SAXY LADY PERFORMS @ WARWICK

Performing live music, morning tea provided. Free. Bookings required 46671439. Oaktree Retirement Village, 12 O'Leary Street, Warwick. 10.30am-2pm

DEVONSHIRE TEA & HYMNS

Warwick Christian Fellowship invites seniors to their Devonshire tea and hymns in Church event. Enjoy a morning of singing, fresh scones and a warm cuppa. Emmaus Court, Warwick (at end of cul-de-sac). Free. Phone Andrew on 0408238599.

Noon-5pm

LAPIDARY DEMONSTRATIONS

Warwick & District Lapidary Club Inc's Lapidary demonstrations: polishing stones, faceting, wire wrapping and silver work for jewellery making. A hobby for all ages. Free. Phone Syd on 4661 2427.

Thursday, August 20

10am

GRANITE BELT U3A MORNING TEA & INFORMATION SESSION

Granite Belt U3A invites seniors to their information session, followed by morning tea. Dr Maree Petersen will talk about the Aspire Project researching issues that promote and maintain wellness in the older population in rural communities. Stanthorpe Art Gallery, Lock St, Stanthorpe. Free event. Phone Julie on 4683 2823.

10am-2pm

9TH ANNUAL SENIORS LEISURE & LIFESTYLE EXPO

Meet local organisations and services that contribute to the health and wellbeing of seniors across the Southern Downs. Discover what's available in our region. Food and entertainment. Free event. Warwick Senior Citizens Hall, Cnr Albert & Guy Sts, Warwick. Phone Pam on 1300 697 372. Free.

10am-2pm

BREASTSCREEN QUEENSLAND TOOWOOMBA SERVICE Shenaed Bliss will have a display at the Warwick Seniors' Week expo. The pair will have information about the prevention and screening of breast and bowel cancer.

10am-2pm

COME & TRY CROQUET / GOLF

Warwick Croquet Club invites you to Come and Have Fun Trying Croquet/Golf Croquet day, assisted by club members. Warwick Croquet Club, Leslie Park, Cnr Albert & Guy Sts, Warwick. Free event. Phone Dorothy on 0428619967. Free.

Friday, August 21

9am

MILITARY MEMORABILIA DISPLAY - WARWICK

VSASA Inc. Warwick Branch display of Boer War, WW1 and Afghanistan campaigns. 25 mannequins in military uniforms. Free display at 1 Tooth Street. Phone Barry 4661 2898 or visit: warvet02@bigpond.com.

10am-4pm

EXHIBITION WATERCOLOUR IN QLD 1850s-1980s

Transparent: Watercolour in Qld 1850s to 1980s. See more than 50 exquisite watercolours from the Qld Art Gallery collection. Warwick Art Gallery, 49 Albion Street, Warwick. Free. Phone Karina on 46610434 for more.

Saturday, August 22

10am-1pm

EXHIBITION WATERCOLOUR IN QLD 1850s-1980s

Transparent: Watercolour in Qld 1850s to 1980s. See more than 50 exquisite watercolours from the Qld Art Gallery collection. Warwick Art Gallery, 49 Albion Street, Warwick. Free event. Phone Karina on 46610434 for more.

10am-3 pm

LAPIDARY DEMONSTRATIONS

Warwick & District Lapidary Club Inc's Lapidary demonstrations: polishing stones, faceting, wire wrapping & silver work for jewellery making. A hobby for all ages. Barnes Park, Horsman Rd, Warwick. Free.

10am-3pm

LAPIDARY DEMONSTRATIONS

Warwick & District Lapidary Club Inc's Lapidary demonstrations: polishing stones, faceting, wire wrapping and silver work for jewellery making. A hobby for all ages. Free. Phone Syd on 4661 2427. 10am-4pm

WARWICK POTTERS OPEN DAY

View potters at work. Gallery open, works for sale. Free tea/coffee. Make a clay pot for $5. Potters House, 63 Horsman Rd, Warwick. Phone Rae on 0402 307 637.

Sunday, August 23

10am-1pm

EXHIBITION WATERCOLOUR IN QLD 1850s-1980s

Transparent: Watercolour in Qld 1850s to 1980s. See more than 50 exquisite watercolours from the Qld Art Gallery collection. Warwick Art Gallery, 49 Albion Street, Warwick. Free event. Phone Karina on 46610434 for more.

Post Seniors Week Events

Monday, August 24

10am-2pm

SENIORS GOLDEN YEARS EXPO

Preparing for the Golden Years: Expo of Government and Non-Government agencies, service clubs and associations who provide services to over 60s. Free morning tea. Prizes to be won! Entertainment. Stanthorpe RSL Community Room, 46 Marsh St, Stanthorpe. Free. Phone Gillian on 4683 3463.

Tuesday, August 25

10am

SAXY LADY VARIETY CONCERT

Featuring an assortment of talented musicians, showcasing a variety of musical styles. Killarney Senior Citizens Centre, 1 Ailanthus St, Killarney. Free concert. Phone Lynette on 0403 216 426.

10.30am

HEART SEARCHERS LIVE MUSIC

Darryl & Heather Craft perform live music. Morning tea provided. Please RSVP as seats are limited. Free. To book phone Mary on 46671439.

Friday, August 28

10.30am

VARIETY CONCERT @ ALLORA

Featuring talented musicians, with a variety of musical styles. Includes stall promoting activities in Allora. Morning tea and lunch. Cost: $10. St David's Hall, 1 Church Street, Allora. Phone Lynette on 0403216426.

Sunday, August 30

10am-2pm & 10am-3pm

ART & TEXTILE DEMONSTRATION

Warwick Artist Group conducts Art & Textile demonstration & taster classes. Try your hand at painting, drawing, watercolour and textiles under guidance from Warwick Artists. Warwick Artist Studio, Willi Street, Warwick. Phone Robyn on 0409 333 192. Free. 1pm

COUNTRY MUSIC SHOWCASE @ ALLORA

Ultra Golden Country Music Association Qld Inc's Country Showcase. Afternoon of country music includes afternoon tea, all day tea/coffee and lucky door prize. Allora State School Hall, Warwick St, Allora. Cost: $5. Phone Carolyn on 4661 4858 or jamespierce3 @bigpond.com.


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