The Gympie Cinemas are raising money to help Naomi Robinson, who is suffering from Chronic Lyme Disease.
The Gympie Cinemas are raising money to help Naomi Robinson, who is suffering from Chronic Lyme Disease. Contributed

What's on this weekend?

LOOKING for some entertainment over the weekend?

Then look no further, with a wide range of talented artists and community causes to support over the next few days:

Tonight

BILLY'S

JOIN the fun with karaoke kicking off at 8.30pm.

GYMPIE RSL

RELAX and enjoy Morning Melodies with Billy Guy from 10.30am-1.30pm. Bookings essential.

Friday

BILLY'S

GET ready to groove with James Dixon from 9.30pm.

CLUB 88

A RANGE of acts, including acoustic artists Louis Jacobson and Jamie Lee, will be playing from 5pm.

GYMPIE CINEMAS

JOIN the search for amazing creatures and contribute to a great cause at the cinemas, which will be holding a special session of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them to help raise funds for Sunshine Coast artist and former Gympie resident Naomi Robinson.

Ms Robinson, 35, has been battling chronic lyme disease for more than 10 years, often weighed down with constant pain and the prohibitive cost of treatment.

Through the session, the cinema hopes to raise enough money to get Ms Robinson to Cyprus for her last hope of beating the disease.

Until Sunday, November 27, cinema patrons can also choose to spend an extra $2 on any ticket to contribute to the fundraising.

A raffle is also being run to be drawn on December 17.

The session will start at 6pm.

For more information, please contact sharon@gympiecinemas. com.au or call 0410 323 415.

GYMPIE RSL

MISSY B will be bringing a unique country pop rock vibe to the RSL from 7.30pm.

KENILWORTH

STEP up to the microphone and sing along with the help of band Baz and the Boys from 7pm.

RAINBOW BEACH HOTEL

GET ready to groove along with indie-folk duo The Vibe from 7pm-10pm.

Saturday

BILLY'S

BRING your dancing shoes and rock the night away with the country and rock stylings of Luella Widt from 9.30pm.

GYMPIE RSL

STAY up late and dance along with Kaffeen from 7.30pm.

THEEBINE

KT KARAOKE kicks off from 6pm, head on down and step up to the challenge.

RAINBOW BEACH HOTEL

GRAB a drink and enjoy some of your favourite pub rock songs with Wog Boys from 7pm.

Sunday

GUNALDA

MAKE your own music and fun with the jam session from 3pm.

RAINBOW BEACH HOTEL

JOEL Mak will be bringing his own brand of easy listening and beat-box skills to some of your favourite songs from 3-6pm.

SILKY OAK TEA GARDENS

CHILL out and enjoy as Dan and Sherie Atherton keep everyone entertained from 12noon-4pm.

Gympie Times


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