NEW HOME: Cheryl and ROb Parsons, with Frank Chiverton, Graham Bradford and Lesley Chiverton outside the new home of the Dalby Showgrounds Markets.
NEW HOME: Cheryl and ROb Parsons, with Frank Chiverton, Graham Bradford and Lesley Chiverton outside the new home of the Dalby Showgrounds Markets. Michael Doyle

Five things to do around the region this weekend

Dalby Markets

ENJOY the atmosphere of the Dalby Markets tomorrow in their new home at Knox Pavilion.

Take a look at all the wonderful stalls and get a big family breakfast from the food van.

The markets will be at the Dalby Showgrounds Knox Pavilion from 7am-12pm.

For more information, phone 0429696775.

Weekend tunes

ANDERSON Lane will be this weekend's Cunningham St entertainment as part of the WDRC initiative.

With roots of old-school country, Anderson Lane will entertain audiences from the busking area outside Stellarossa from 10am-12pm tomorrow.

Dalby parkrun

MAKE new friends and get active at the Dalby parkrun tomorrow morning.

Don't let the cooler weather stop you from participating in this free, weekly, timed 5km event for runners of all standards, starting at 7am every Saturday morning at the Edward St Weir.

Register for free online before the run so your time can be recorded.

Gallery opening

PHOTOGRAPHER Sabrina Lauriston presents Foreign Lands, a photographic exhibition that tells the stories of 32 immigrants who have made Queensland their home.

Foreign Lands will be at Gallery 107, Dalby from July 16-August 27.

The exhibition will open with a multicultural afternoon tea on Sunday, July 16.

At the movies

THIS week at the Dalby Cinemas, supernatural, action-adventure fantasy film The Mummy will be showing for one week only.

It's on today at 8.45pm, tomorrow at 3.15pm and 7.45pm and Sunday at 1pm and 5.30pm.

For the kids, Cars 3 will be showing today at 6.30pm, tomorrow at 1pm and 5.30pm and Sunday at 3.15pm.


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