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Five things to do this weekend

Glinda tells Dorothy all she has to do is follow the Yellow Brick Road in the South Burnett Musical and Comedy Society's production of the Wizard of Oz.
Glinda tells Dorothy all she has to do is follow the Yellow Brick Road in the South Burnett Musical and Comedy Society's production of the Wizard of Oz. Tobi Loftus

ARE you looking for something to do in the South Burnett this weekend?

There are several family friendly events occurring around the region:

The Wizard of Oz - Saturday and Sunday

THE South Burnett Musical and Comedy Society's production will be on at 2pm and 7pm on Saturday and 2pm on Sunday. Tickets will be available at the door. Prices $20 for adults, $18 for concession card holders and $15 for children aged five to 17. Under fives enter free.

See a film - Saturday and Sunday

THE Satellite Cinemas in Kingaroy will be open both days on the weekend. The Dark Tower, The Big Sick, Valerian and Atomic Blonde are now showing. For more phone 41622336.

Visit a market - Saturday and Sunday

ON SATURDAY, the Friendship Markets will be at Kingaroy Showgrounds, from 7am and on Sunday, the Blackbutt Country Markets will be on at the Blackbutt Hall from 7am.

Kingaroy QCWA Girls Craft Club - Saturday

THE Kingaroy QCWA will hold a craft club meeting at the QCWA Rooms at 122 Kingaroy St from 1-4pm. The club, which is for girls aged above 10, teaches healthy cooking, sewing and embroidery. The cost is $2. For more information phone Lois on 41623824.

South Burnett Shed Men - Saturday

THE South Burnett Shed Men will hold a meeting at the Steve Hood shed on Barkers Creek Rd from 4-7pm. The event will feature a talk from an international businessman. $15 entry for barbecue dinner, dessert, tea and coffee. RSVP to Nev on 41622009.

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