STAGED ANTICS: Amanda Burns and Arthur Rifkin as Gonerill and Walter in the latest Bell Theatre Production.
STAGED ANTICS: Amanda Burns and Arthur Rifkin as Gonerill and Walter in the latest Bell Theatre Production. Contributed

Seven things to do in and around Dalby this weekend

LOOKING for something to do across Dalby and the Western Downs this weekend? 

Here are seven suggestions.

Vintage fashion showcase

MILES woman Jan Mullins is opening the wardrobes on five decades of collectable vintage clothing.

The collection will be on disaply at Pips 'n' Cherries at Bell on Saturday at two high teas.

The high tea morning session has sold out but tickets are still available for $25 to attend from 2-4pm.

  • Phone 4662 1184 to book.

Theatre returns to Bell

BELL Theatre Group's annual theatre restaurant opens on Sunday.

The three-act musical comedy Once a King, Always a King, But Once a Knight is Enough premieres at 1pm and continues on the following weekend.

The booking office is open and admission is $50 a person for the night performances and $30 a person for the matinee.

  • For more details and table bookings, phone Ruth Storey on 46631193 or email bellbunyacommunitycentre@gmail.com.

Disco-bility returns

DALBY DJ Sean Pocock is spinning tunes at the third Disco-bility tomorrow night.

The dance party is exclusively for the disabled and their carers.

It is held at the Dalby PCYC on the last Saturday of every month from 4-9pm.

Entry is $5 and carers are free.

A sausage sizzle will be on sale between 6-7pm.

Drinks will also be available.

Fashion fundraiser

HEAD along to a Postie Fashion parade this weekend to support RACQ CareFlight.

Kathy Sankey is hosting the parade at the Uniting Church Hall this Sunday.

Attendees can expect plenty of music, raffles and fun.

Entry and afternoon tea is $5.

  • Phone Kathy on 0409 199 074 to book a table.

Head to the movies

TWO movies are showing at Dalby Civic Theatre this weekend.

Movie lovers can catch Trainwreck and Last Cab to Darwin on the big screen.

  • Show times can be found on the Dalby Civic Theatre Facebook page or page 2 of Friday's Dalby Herald.

Charity auction

BENNETT Rural Fire Brigade members have been collecting items for weeks for their fundraising auction and are ready to go for this weekend's event.

Everything from vehicles to beds have apparently been handed over to the brigade to sell and a portion of all sales will go back into helping the fire brigade purchase essential equipment.

So support your rural firies and get along and bag a bargain.

The auction is being held at Bennett RFB Station on Saturday, August 29 from 10.30am.

Final days of art exhibition

CHECK out the Kids Art on Display exhibition at Gallery 107 in the final days of the show.

The upstairs and downstairs galleries are full of bright and creative artworks from the Stuart St Kindergarten and Dalby Daycare students.


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