YOUR GUIDE: Things you can do in Gladstone this weekend

Mount Larcom Show

The Mount Larcom Show is held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8am - late at the Mount Larcom show grounds. See all the show action, including chainsaw racing, the beef show, ute muster grand parade and fireworks. Tickets for adults are $15, family pass $35, school students and pensioners, $5.

Relay for Life cent sale

A gold coin donation will get you a long way at the QantasLink Gladstone Relay for Life cent sale. It includes afternoon tea, and there are heaps of prizes to be won. It will be held at the Gladstone Bowls Club on Saturday, June 25. Doors open at 11am and the draws start at 1pm. For bookings call Kate 49734600.

Disco

The Anglican Angels Playgroup will host an end of term disco at the St Saviour's Hall on Friday. From 4.30 - 7.30pm there will be plenty of music and dancing as well as a free sausage sizzle and popcorn and snow cones. Gold coin donation to attend.

Saturday soccer

Watch a CQ Premiere League game at the Clinton Oval on Saturday night. Clinton and Capricorn Coast will face off in a big battle from 7pm.

Backyard bbq and bands

Head along to Crow St Creative for their first Backyard bbq and bands event. From midday there will be family fun, live music, authentic wood smoke bbq foods for sale and more. Entry is $5 for adults. There will be local bands and an open mic.

Runway 7 catwalk

See the winter collection from Junior Co. at a special catwalk event held at Runway 7. See local children and teens take on the catwalk from 4pm on Saturday, before the announcement of the winner of an exciting photo competition. For more information see page 8.

Parkrun

This weekly timed 5km walk/run starts at Lions Park on Saturday. Get involved by registering online at parkrun.com.au. It starts at 7am.

Markets this weekend:

Library Square Markets on Saturday

Calliope Indoor Market on Sunday

Discovery Coast Markets on Sunday
 



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