The Watoto Children's Choir.
The Watoto Children's Choir. Contributed

5 things to do this weekend

Out and About Club

DRESS in your best and join the Out and About Club when it hits the Chinchilla RSL Memorial Club on Thursday evening, June 1.

The social club get-together kicks off at 7pm and is for people to meet, socialise and have fun together over a drink in a friendly setting.

There will be light finger food and drinks available to purchase at the bar.

Contact Gary Wilson for more information on 0411674085.

Chinchilla Show

EVERYTHING old is set to be new again at this year's Chinchilla Show.

Head to the Chinchilla Showgrounds on Friday and Saturday, May 26 and May 27, for a bumper weekend of fun with something for everyone to enjoy.

New additions to the program include roving stilt walkers, post ripping, and freestyle motocross, as well as an Australian Living History exhibition.

Old favourites including ring events, a stud cattle show and the pavilion, and a great line-up of entertainment is set to please show-goers as well.

Country music

KICK back and enjoy some country tunes and mingling this Sunday afternoon in a relaxed setting at Boonarga Hall.

Local talent will take to the stage to croon well-known tunes from noon to 5pm.

Contact 0408887132 for further information

Watoto African Children's Choir

GET lost in the heavenly sounds of the Watoto African Children's Choir when it takes to the stage this Friday.

Hailing from Uganda, East Africa, the choir travels the world as ambassadors of hope for Africa's orphaned and vulnerable.

The choir is touring its show Signs and Wonders and is set to perform at the Chinchilla Cultural Centre at 6.30pm.

Football at Bulldog Park

IT'S set to be another bumper weekend of football at Bulldog Park.

Cheer on the Condamine Cods and the River Rats when they go head-to-head with the Rangers this Saturday with C-grade kicking off at midday, B-grade 1.30pm and A-grade at 3.20pm.

On Sunday the Bulldogs will take on Roma Cities with under 18s taking to the field at midday, reserve grade at 1.30pm and A-grade at 3pm.

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