Try out the fresh produce at the Tweed Heads PCYC markets this weekend.
Try out the fresh produce at the Tweed Heads PCYC markets this weekend. Blainey Woodham / Tweed Daily Ne

4 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND...

1. HOCKEY STICKS

CATCH the start of the Queensland Under-18 Men’s State Hockey Championship at Barrie Smith Hockey Fields in Murwillumbah from Sunday as 18 teams from Far North Queensland to the Tweed compete for selection into the Queensland state team. If you love your hockey, don’t miss this great event, which runs until Tuesday. Details at http://www.tweedborderhockey.

2. SENIORS WEEK

SENIORS Week begins on Saturday, with social tennis and barbecue at Club Banora Tennis Club from 9am to 1pm. Get creative on Sunday at a clay workshop at Tweed Regional Gallery. For more info, visit www.tweed.nsw.gov.au

3. TWEED MARKETS

THE Tweed Heads Community Men’s Shed manages the Tweed Markets every Sunday at Recreation St Park beside the shed from 7am-1pm. The market showcases produce from local farmers, fruit and vegetable growers and arts and crafts. Check out these markets for some great bargains. Enquiries to the Market Manager on 0459 911 048 or email thcms.tweedmarkets@gmail.com

4. AMAZING SEYMOUR

MURWILLUMBAH’S Regent Cinema will screen the story of Seymour Bernstein: a beloved pianist, teacher and true inspiration who shares eye-opening insights from an amazing life. Directed by Ethan Hawke, Seymour: An Introduction, will be screened at 4pm on Sunday, with an introduction by eminent film critic, TV and radio presenter Peter Thompson. Visit www.cinemaregent.com



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