Plenty to see and do in the Whitsundays this weekend

THE weekend in the Whitsundays is shaping up to be a cracker.

Tonight, before the weekend even starts, there is a dinner to celebrate the golden jubilee of the Proserpine Whitsunday Junior Rugby League at the Prince of Wales Hotel in Proserpine.

Tickets are $30 and can be purchased from www.whitsundaytickets.com.au.

The following day there will be a family fun day in honour of the PWJRL's 50-year milestone at the Proserpine Junior Sporting Complex from 10am. A gold coin donation is asked.

Keeping to the rugby league theme, legends of the game Nathan Hindmarsh and Bryan Fletcher will appear in their comedy show called Fletch and Hindy at the Whitsunday PCYC in Jubilee Pocket on Saturday night.

Tickets are available from www.whitsundaytickets.com.au.

Heading back to Proserpine on Friday evening the Proserpine Entertainment Centre will present Jazz n Shiraz at 6.30pm. People are encouraged to bring a blanket or camping chairs for a night of big band music on the lawn. Tickets are $10 and kids under 15 are free.

On Saturday the Queensland Youth Orchestra will be performing at the Proserpine Entertainment Centre at 3pm. Entry costs $3 and all proceeds will be donated to the McGrath Foundation.

On Sunday at the Proserpine Entertainment Centre at 4pm, Paris Underground Cabaret is sure to be a showstopper. Tickets are $30. Call the venue on 4945 2312 to reserve your seat.

SHOWSTOPPER: Aerial angel Hannah Trott – circus artist.
SHOWSTOPPER: Aerial angel Hannah Trott – circus artist. Angelo Leggas

The Whitsunday Performance Horse Association will host their Wild Winter Games event at the Proserpine Showgrounds at 10am on Sunday.

There will be bending, flags, barrel racing and a time trial. Everyone is welcome and day membership is available for $20.


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