At Least 10 Things to Do This Weekend

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No plans for this weekend?

Whether you want to relax and indulge or learn and create, there is something on for everyone!.



LEARN: how to switch to keto at The Source’s cooking workshop.

VOTE! Don’t forget to vote this Saturday. Here’s a list of locations.

LISTEN: to Amy Willis speak on the global theme of ‘Preserve’ at the second CreativeMornings/Toowoomba event.

RELAX: at Kim Morrison’s Essential Self-Care Weekend and learn how to implement the valuable ancient wisdom of aromatherapy in this modern world.

INDULGE: in a Chocolate Appreciation & Truffle Workshop by Metiisto where you will learn the secrets of quality chocolate, enjoy a tasting and make your own chocolate ganache and two different kinds of truffles.

CELEBRATE: the opening of First Coat Studio’s May exhibition featuring Toowoomba artist, Natasha Wills and Cairns-based emerging artist, Barry Hate.

WATCH: the talented third year USQ theatre students perform their rendition of Macbeth.

CREATE: an art journal or scrapbook alongside likeminded crafters with Kaszazz Crafter’s Companion.

ENJOY: The Hampton Festival where you can learn new skills and hands-on experiences with peaceful yoga and a healthy breakfast, camp oven cooking and silk painting. The above Metiisto workshop is part of the festival, and there’s plenty happening at all our favourite northern haunts. You could also take the kids to International Museum Day, which gives you free access to Cobb+Co.

SUPPORT: RACQ Life Flight with an afternoon of high tea and raffles. Or support Lifeline’s Rainbow Connections, a free day for the LGBTQI+ community, with Ben Law as the keynote speaker.

WATCH: ‘Monster Family’ at Walton Stores’ Cinema Under the Stars.


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