Ballet, coding and Irish dance: 11 Things To Do November 20 to 23

1. A Festival of Russian Ballet

The Imperial Russian Ballet Company returns to Australia with this stunning three-hour performance.

WHEN: Tuesday 21 November, 8pm
WHERE: Ipswich Civic Centre, 50 Nicholas Street, Ipswich
COST: Adults $92, concessions $82, children 3-15 $72

2. Adult Code Club

Interested in programming? Heard about coding and want to know more? Join Adult Code Club and learn how to get your coding skills started from scratch.

WHEN: Thursday 23 November, 6pm to 7pm
WHERE: Ipswich Central Library, South Street, Ipswich
COST: Free

3. Wildlife Corridor Protection

The Little Liverpool Range is located about 40 minutes from the Ipswich CBD and is home to a number of significant species including the Glossy-Black Cockatoo, Powerfull Owl, Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby, Little Pied Bat, and Slender Milk Vine.

Guest speakers include Harvey Locke, an internationally renowned pioneer for conservation on a landscape scale and co-founder and Strategic Advisor to the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative, and Bob Debus, a former politician and current Chairman of The Great Eastern Ranges Initiative.

WHEN: Wednesday 22 November, 5.30pm to 9pm
WHERE: Ipswich Civic Centre Cunningham Room, 50 Nicholas Street, Ipswich
COST: $25 per person, $40 for two

4. Story Time at Orion

Share in the fun of stories, rhymes, songs and games to build important language and reading readiness skills.

WHEN: Wednesday 22 November, 10.30am to 11.15am
WHERE: Orion Springfield Central Target mall, Main Street, Springfield Central
COST: Free

5. A Room for Wild Animals

Get up close to 20 taxidermy specimens from the Queensland Museum collection. A first for Ipswich, this collection includes big cats, bears and deer.

WHEN: Closes this Sunday 26 November
WHERE: The Workshops Rail Museum, North Street, North Ipswich
COST: Free with museum entry

6. Story Time at Bunnings Springfield

Ipswich Libraries brings books to Bunnings for story time in the DIY area. Down tools and share stories and songs as part of the First 5 Forever program.

WHEN: Tuesday 21 November, 11am to 11.30am
WHERE: Bunnings Warehouse, corner of Main Street and Southern Cross Circuit, Springfield Central             
COST: Free

7. The Rhythms Of Ireland

Ireland’s most celebrated show returns for its 10-year anniversary tour. Experience a spectacular evening of traditional Irish dance, music and song.

WHEN: Thursday 23 November, 7.30
WHERE: Ipswich Civic Centre, 50 Nicholas Street, Ipswich
COST: Adults $69.60, concessions, children 3-15 and groups of eight or more $64.90

8. Tech Time: Archive Archaeologist

Kick start your research and learn how to use the Queensland State Archives and other websites to unlock the mysteries of the past.

WHEN: Tuesday 21 November, 1pm to 2.30pm
WHERE: Ipswich Central Library, South Street, Ipswich
COST: Free

9. Simone Cutting

Sit back, relax and listen to the talented Simone Cutting performing a variety of acoustic and sequenced songs with a repertoire that suits all ages.

WHEN: Thursday 23 November, 11am
WHERE: Club Services Ipswich, 5a Lowry Street, North Ipswich
COST: Free

10. Trivia Tuesday

Trivia goes high tech with a wireless buzzer replacing pen and paper. Be the first to buzz and answer and score great prizes for your team.

WHEN: Tuesday 21 November, 6.30pm
WHERE: Pig ‘n’ Whistle Redbank Plains, 381 Redbank Plains Road
COST: Free

11. Hip hop dance classes

Hip hop classes for beginners. Children will learn to express themselves through movement from one of New Zealand’s finest dancers.

WHEN: Monday 20 November, 4pm
WHERE: Just Sports N Fitness, 235 Smiths Road, Redbank
COST: $7 per person

Get the goss on awesome art, excellent events and classic cabaret.

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