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Five things to do in and around the region

Casey Affleck in a scene from the movie Manchester By The Sea. Supplied by Universal Pictures.
Casey Affleck in a scene from the movie Manchester By The Sea. Supplied by Universal Pictures. Claire_Folger

Morning Melodies

SPEND the morning singing along to classic songs with crooner Paul Hayman at the Chinchilla RSL Memorial Club's Morning Melodies on Tuesday, March 21.

Paul will take to the stage with a four-piece band to perform 50 Years of Legends.

Morning tea will be available as well as lucky door prizes and other giveaways.

Pre-purchased tickets are essential and the show kicks off at 10am.

For inquiries contact the RSL Club on 46627196.

Celebrate St Patrick's Day

THE Club Hotel is honouring Ireland's patron saint in style this year with a week-long celebration.

St Patrick's Day drink specials are available all week until Friday, March 17, when The Club will throw a St Paddy's Day to remember.

Admission is free so dress in your favourite green outfit and celebrate St Paddy the Irish way.

Shave for a Cure

THE Chinchilla RSL Memorial Club is bringing out the scissors this Saturday, March 18, to raise money for the Leukaemia Foundation's World Greatest Shave.

Sign on to take part or head down to the club this weekend to make a donation or cheer on those who are brave enough to shave.

A framed Broncos jersey signed by legend Darren Lockyer is up for grabs, as well as other great raffle prizes.

To register for the Leukaemia Foundation's World's Greatest Shave phone the RSL Club on 46627196.

God's Squad Motorcycle Club

FIFTY bikies from across regional Queensland are on their way to Chinchilla and will roar into town this weekend.

Spend this Saturday night, March 18, with the God's Squad Christian Motorcycle Club, with a free barbecue at the Bulldogs Rugby League Club from 5pm.

The event is free and will feature music by three-time golden guitar winner Brendon Walmsley.

Cousins for a Cure

BE FIRST in line to see the film Manchester by the Sea at a special premiere on Thursday, March 16.

Presented by Cousins for a Cure, the event is one of a number of events being held over six months to raise money for cancer research.

Canapes and drinks will be provided from 6pm.

Tickets $20, available from www.trybooking.com/259880.


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