GETTING OUT: Justice Crew touching down in Warwick
HERE are a few great events happening around town this weekend.
SURVEY a selection of pre-loved jewellery and find the perfect memento inside St Mark's Hall tomorrow.
Church fundraising group, Friends of St Marks, have collected jewellery donations from the community to sell.
You can be assured the second-hand finds all have a story behind them.
WHERE: St Mark's Hall, corner of Albion St and Grafton St
WHEN: Tomorrow, 8.30am-noon
Cowboys at home
SCOTT Ellis Hill will be named at 3.20pm tomorrow to recognise the contribution of the late Scott Ellis to the sport of rugby league and the Cowboys.
Warwick play Newtown in second division at 2.10pm.
Three games between Warwick and Brothers start at 3.30pm with A grade at 6.30pm.
Warwick second-division and reserve-grade teams have a chance to keep their top-five hopes with a win.
WHERE: Father Ranger Oval
WHEN: Tomorrow from 2.10pm
COST: $8 adults, $5 concession, children under 16 free
Wattles to Gundy
THE Wattles Warriors head to Goondiwindi for a crucial A-grade game tomorrow for both teams.
Wattles lead the competition and need a win to secure the minor premiership and a fortnight off at the start of the finals.
Goondiwindi is fifth and with a two-point lead over sixth-placed Gatton but need to win to guarantee them fifth.
If Gatton beat Valleys and Wattles beat Goondiwindi, there will be a play-off for fifth between Gatton and Goondiwindi.
WHERE: Gilbert Oval, Goondiwindi
WHEN: Tomorrow afternoon and night
COST: $8 adults, concession $5, children under 16 free
THE fifth round of the Rotax Pro Tour will be held at Sandy Creek Raceway this weekend.
Practice is on today and tomorrow morning.
Qualifying from 9.30am tomorrow and then racing tomorrow afternoon and all day Sunday.
WHERE: Sandy Creek Raceway
WHEN: Tomorrow and Sunday
COST: Free, patrons can sit in covered grandstand
JOIN the hip-hop dancing and pop music-making stars Justice Crew on their regional tour of Australia.
The tour marks the tenth anniversary since the group first captured the nation's hearts on Australia's Got Talent in 2009.
Their smash-hit single Que Sera broke ARIA chart records, becoming the first Australian act since 1983 to stay on top for nine weeks.
The band's multi-faceted stage show is world renowned as they have opened for acts such as Janet Jackson, One Direction, Kesha and Pitbull.
WHERE: Warwick RSL
WHEN: Tonight, 7-9pm
WARWICK Christian College is hosting their annual Bush Dance and Spit Roast for the community tomorrow night.
On the menu there will be a pig on the spit, steak and sausages with a variety of roasted vegetables for the sides and a variety of sweets.
Tickets can be purchased from the college's office or by phoning 46617554.
WHERE: Warwick Christian College, 70 Horsman Rd
WHEN: Tomorrow, 5.30-8.30pm
COST: Dinner tickets $20 adult, $10 child (2-15 years), Entrance tickets $10 adult, $5 child
IT'S time to put your car to the test. Morgan Park Raceway is hosting a track day today for drivers to have their lap of the track with an instructor in a safe but exhilarating environment.
The venue is a great learning race track with plenty of run off, a mix of corner types and top class facilities.
Drivers can truly customise their racetrack experience as they have a choice of adding an instructor or a lap timer for their laps, which can either run half a day or the full day.
WHERE: Morgan Park Raceway
WHEN: Today, 7am-4pm
COST: $260 for a full day with an instructor, $220 for a full day, $140 for a half day
THE Rose City Writers Group and the Baha'i community are hosting a Book Launch and Encounters Night to spotlight the work of local writers.
The event will feature music from the Carbal Choir and readings of short stories and poetry from the writers.
Warwick author Leila Deighton will be launching her book First Wave at the event.
WHERE: QCWA Hall
COST: Free, gold coin donation optional