The Little Kids Day Out is only one of the five fun things you and the kids can get involved in this weekend.
The Little Kids Day Out is only one of the five fun things you and the kids can get involved in this weekend. Greg Miller

Five things to do this weekend

5 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND

1

FRIDAY APRIL 15:

The Royal Hotel is set to cruise with country luminaries, Bennett, Bowtell and Urquhart. The trio are among Australian country's finest singer/songwriters. The show starts at 7.45pm and tickets are available from the Royal Hotel, 5482 1144 or online at oztix.com.au for $30 each.

2

SATURDAY APRIL 16:

A massive day of fun for families with young children, the Little Kids Day Out is on at the Civic Centre from 9am-3pm. This is a free event and will be jam-packed with games and fun for children from 0-5 years. For more information, head online to the All Aboard Gympie Facebook Page.

3

SATURDAY APRIL 16:

A charity golf day will be held at the Gunabul Homestead to raise money for Relay for Life team HOPE. The three person Ambrose competition starts from 1pm and the $30 cost includes a sausage sizzle. To register your team contact Rob Lumsden on 5483 6564 or 0409 794 252.

4

SATURDAY APRIL 16:

The Gympie District Girl Guides will hold their annual cent auction at the Gympie Hockey Club on Power Road. Celebrity MC Jamie Dunn will keep the crowds amused while drawing the prizes, major raffle and special draws. Doors open at 4.30pm with the draws to commence at 5.30pm. To pre-purchase tickets see Annette at 11 Bent St or call 0425 850 360.

5

SUNDAY APRIL 17:

Safari Afrika is a concert experience not to be missed at 2pm. The Heritage Theatre at the Civic Centre will throng with the sounds of drums as Samoko and Nii Armah will join students from Gympie West State School and Gympie Special School to share the sounds of the savannah. Tickets are available from the Musician's Garage on Mary St. Call 5483 7879

Gympie Times


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