Murgon residents Sandy Hoffman and Rose Heath enjoy an afternoon at the Goomeri Markets. Photo Credit: Jessica McGrath.
Murgon residents Sandy Hoffman and Rose Heath enjoy an afternoon at the Goomeri Markets. Photo Credit: Jessica McGrath.

5 things to do this weekend

1. Goomeri Gourmet and Twilight Market

Saturday, November 23

The event will be held in the Goomeri market square from 4—8pm.

The free event presented by Goomeri Pumpkin Festival and Goomeri Project will feature a games alley and rides alongside the craft and food market stalls.

2. Cricket

Saturday, November 23

What better way to spend the weekend than kicking back and watching the cricket.

Games will be held from 12.30pm at the Kingaroy Cricket and Sports Club, Murgon Sports Grounds, Taabinga State School, and at Nanango Sports Grounds.

3. Murgon Police Charity Masquerade Ball

Saturday, November 23

The Murgon Police Charity Masquerade Ball is raising funds in aid of the PCYC South Burnett Byte Nite Program.

Pre-dinner drinks will start at 7pm before the function officially starts at 7.30pm.

Tickets cost $39 each and can be purchased the Murgon Police Station.

4. Byte Nite in new location

Saturday, November 23

This week, Byte Nite will be held at the Murgon Jubilee Swimming Pool since the Murgon Police Charity Masquerade Ball is being held in the hall.

Parents and carers are ­welcome to drop their kids off at the pool for a night of supervised fun from 7pm.

South Burnett PCYC and the Murgon Business and ­Development Association work together to run Byte Nite to help tackle youth crime in the district by giving our young people something fun to do on a Saturday night.

5. Film Society screening

Sunday, November 24

The Ringsfield Film Society is hosting its monthly screening of a classic film this Sunday.

The movie Roman Holiday, sourced from the National Film and Sound ­Archive of Australia, will be screened in the old church at Ringsfield House, in Nanango.

The film screening will begin at 3.20pm. There will be subtitles.

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