IT'S SHOWTIME: Karla McPhail had a blast with her mob at last year's Yeppoon Show. This year's event will run across the weekend at the Yeppoon Showgrounds. See below for more information.
IT'S SHOWTIME: Karla McPhail had a blast with her mob at last year's Yeppoon Show. This year's event will run across the weekend at the Yeppoon Showgrounds. See below for more information. Trish Bowman

What's on: 72 hours across the region

TODAY

10am:

Knitting and Crochet Club. Mount Morgan Library.

6pm:

Counterparts Cocktails - Exhibition Opening. Rockhampton Art Gallery. Price: $25 for current friends of the gallery, $40 for non-members.

7pm:

How to Succeed in Business Without Trying. The Cathedral College production. Pilbeam Theatre, Rockhampton. Cost: adults $25, concession $22.

7pm:

The Screaming Jets. Great Western Hotel, Stanley St Rockhampton. Cost $45.65. Contact (07) 4922 3888 for more information.

SATURDAY

7am:

Park Run. Join in a free 5km timed run at the Rockhampton Botanic Gardens.

8am:

Yeppoon Show. Yeppoon Showgrounds. Featuring a night show with fabulous fireworks from 5pm, Grand Parade Sunday from 1.30pm, plus Cheeky Monkeys soft play, Johnson Park Petting Zoo, Windy Wizard plus lots of rides and family fun. Cost: adults $10, pensioners and school aged children $5, under school aged children are free. Visit www.yeppoonshow.com for more.

9am:

Quilting with Trish Campbell. Mount Morgan School of Arts, 31 Morgan St. Contact Rockhampton Art Gallery on (07)4936 8248 or gallery@rrc.qld. gov.au for more information.

1.30pm:

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. The Cathedral College production. Pilbeam Theatre, Rockhampton. Cost: adults $25, concession $22.

2pm:

Something Old Something New. The Capricornia Silver Band and Capricornia Winds present "Something Old Something New” which is a 50th anniversary community celebration of music old and new. Yeppoon Town Hall. Admission cost $10.

5pm:

Aristokatz: Live on the Deck. Keppel Bay Sailing Club, Yeppoon.

5.30pm:

Scott Foden. Live performance at the Rockhampton Riverside Precinct (Quay St). A unique blend of reggae, country, blues, covers and originals.

7pm:

Rockhampton State High School centenary celebration evening. Rockhampton Leagues Club. Cost: $45. Reconnect and reminisce with former class mates and staff members. Live music by the Rocky High Big Band and the book launch of Brown and Blue written by Dr Barbara Webster.

10pm:

Deep House Party. Cooper Lynch, Callum Lynch and Darcy Coombs. The Strand Hotel, Yeppoon. Cost $10.

SUNDAY

7am:

Arcade Car Park Markets. Bolsover St, Rockhampton. The Arcade Car Park Markets has the largest range of local fruit and vegetables, the growers are selling the freshest and tastiest produce, which include organic and spray free produce, two mobile butchers with great product and fantastic value, second-hand items.

8am:

Yeppoon Show. Yeppoon Showgrounds. Featuring a night show with fabulous fireworks from 5pm, Grand Parade Sunday from 1:30pm, plus Cheeky Monkeys soft play, Johnson Park Petting Zoo, Windy Wizard plus lots of rides and family fun. Cost: adults $10, pensioners and school aged children $5, under school aged children are free. Visit www.yeppoonshow.com for more information.

1pm:

Live on the Lawn. The Waterline Restaurant, Keppel Bay Marina. 1 Waterline Way, Yeppoon.

7.30pm:

The Ten Tenors - Love is in the Air. Pilbeam Theatre, Rockhampton. Cost: A Reserve $95, B Reserve $85. For more information, visit www.seeitlive.com.au.

UPCOMING

Saturday, June 22.

The C.D.C.M.A. country music hall on the corner of Robinson Street and Diggers Lane will host an afternoon of Jam and Jive from 1.30pm. Admission costs $ 5 per person. Afternoon tea provided with coffee, tea, and biscuits. There will be lucky door prizes, a money board and great music. Come jin in an afternoon of fun, music, singing and dance. Phone Peggy on 4927 3726 or Vallis on 4927 9191 for bookings.


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