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5 Things to do in Dalby this Queen's birthday weekend

Jandowae Timbertown Festival is a must see this weekend.
Jandowae Timbertown Festival is a must see this weekend.

Timbertown festival

IT ONLY comes around once every two years, so make sure you head to Jandowae's Timbertown Festival this weekend.

Plenty is planned to celebrate the event, including chainsaw races, markets, fireworks and heaps more.

There will be fun for the entire family all weekend.

The biennial festival starts tonight and Timbertown committee president Darryl Donald said it was shaping up to be the biggest yet.

"It's coming together. We will get there, I think," he said.

"The weather is certainly warming up so it's going to be a fine weekend.

For more details and the full program: head to www.jandowaetimbertown.org.au

 

Dalby race meet

DALBY will host a TAB meet this weekend.

Head to the Bunya Park Racecourse from noon this Sunday for the seven-race meet.

 

Head to the movies

LOOKING for an indoor activity this weekend?

Head to Dalby Civic Theatre to catch the latest movies.

Godzilla and X Men: Day of Future Past are both showing at the theatre this weekend, along with some sessions of Bad Neighbours.

For a full list of times visit facebook.com/DalbyCinema.

 

Cheer on under-18s

CLIVE Berghofer Stadium will come alive this weekend at the Dalby Diehards under-18s take on the Highfields Eagles for the Madsen-Rasmussen trophy.

Take the trip up the Warrego and cheer our side to victory.

Kick off is at 10am Sunday and the boys will need plenty of support to bring it home.

 

Dances and music

THERE will be plenty of dances and music on throughout the weekend.

It all starts Saturday night with the Bowenville Hall dance.

Anyone is welcome to join in on the night.

Admission is $9 and includes supper.

You can then follow that great event up with the Jandowae Music Club on Sunday.

The monthly jam will be held at the Uniting Church Hall, 11 George St, from 1-5pm.

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