What’s happening in Ipswich – Community Events

One of many handmade items at the Handmade Expo

Wait Until Dark
Ipswich Little Theatre
March 7-24 March

Wait Until Dark is the first production to be staged at the unique and historic Incinerator Theatre. For bookings , times and more information on this Frederick Knott play, visit www.ilt.org.au..

Scale Free Network
Ipswich Art Gallery
March 13-23, Mon-Fri, Sessions: 9:30, 11:30

See the world in a whole new way! Ipswich Art Gallery will be home to Scale Free Network’s exciting art-science laboratory. Microscope drawing workshops combine a lesson in science, art and mathematics inspired by the microscopic world.

The Handmade Expo Market Ipswich
March 17, 8:00am-1:00pm.
Monthly Market at the Ipswich Turf Club.

They are exclusively Handmade/Baked/Grown along with a few quality crafting supplies for you to create your own ‘Handmade experience’. This is an outdoor market with up to 100 amazing stalls of products and food.

Dr. Karl at the Workshops Rail Museum
March 22, 6:30-8:00pm

Dr Karl will take you on a brand new rollercoaster ride through the ‘badlands’ of science where you’ll discover the answers to questions you never knew existed – and where you will laugh and learn. Tickets: $15 for adults, $10 for concession and students. To purchase, visit www.worldsciencefestival.qtix.com.au

The Merida Hidden Vale 24 Hour Solo
March 31 – April 1

The ‘Merida Hidden Vale 24 Hour’ is a Solo, Team Relay and Kids mountain biking event starting at 12pm Saturday and finishing at 12pm Sunday. Riders compete for medals, prizes and bragging rights. It’s a weekend filled with camaraderie, Easter activities and fun that you’ll never forget! Spectators are welcome, so if you want to come and get involved in the atmosphere and excitement of the Merida HV24HR weekend, feel free to either utilise their free day parking area, or book yourself a camp site.

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