5 things to do in and around the region

EASTER TIME: Five things to do over the Easter holidays.
EASTER TIME: Five things to do over the Easter holidays. FamVeld

Chinchilla Country Markets

If you're staying in town over the holidays then head to the Chinchilla Country Markets this Easter Sunday, April 16.

Treat yourself to yummy culinary treats or handmade accessories, homewares and fashion or nab yourself a bargain.

The markets kick off bright and early at 7am at the Visitor Information Centre and finish up at midday.

Easter Bunny Party

Pop on your best bunny tail and ears, grab your rabbit friends and head down to the Club Hotel for their Easter Thursday Bunny party.

Dj Damo is headlining with a great night of entertainment, and as always there will be drink specials to celebrate.

Get your bunny on, win some great prizes, including $1250 cash, and hop in to the Easter long weekend.

AOG Easter Service

The Wandoan Assembly of God is celebrating Easter with a special church service followed by a shared lunch on Easter Sunday.

The service begins at 10am and all are welcome to come and celebrate Easter.

Morning Melodies

Sing along to the tunes of crooner and former Queensland entertainer of the Year, David Barry at Chinchilla RSL on Tuesday, April 18.

David will take to the stage at 10am for Morning Melodies.

Tickets are $10 and pre-purchase is essential.

There will be morning tea and lucky door prizes up for grabs.

Cousins for a Cure cocktails

Kick back with a cocktail or two and raise money for a good cause on Saturday, April 22.

Cousins for a Cure is proudly hosting a Cocktail Night to raise money for cancer.

It's the last chance for the girls - Terri Hendriksen and Ebony Greer - to rock their hair before shaving it off.

The event kicks off at 6.30pm at the Club Hotel.

Tickets are $30 and include cocktail on arrival and canapes, and a silent auction will also be held.

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