October 15: Recreate old arcade classics

Coders Challenge - Arcade Revival

Vintage gaming. Recreate old arcade classics using Scratch and Makey Makey.

Computer and coding experience recommended.
Adults and Teens (13+ years)

WHEN: 3.30pm – 5pm

WHERE: Ipswich Central Library

COST: Free. Register here.

LEARN OFFICE: Word, Excel and PowerPoint

This three-week course will take you through learning the basics of Microsoft Office. Understand how to create documents, spreadsheets and fancy slideshows using Word, Excel and Powerpoint.

WHEN: 10am – 12pm

WHERE: Ipswich Central Library, training room, 40 South Street, Ipswich

COST: Free. Register here.

Baby Rhyme Time - Redbank Plaza Library

Share rhymes, songs and stories that support your baby’s early language learning. Meet other parents in a caring and supportive environment.  Ages zero to six months with mums, dads and/or carers. Older siblings welcome.

WHEN: 9.30am-10am

WHERE: Redbank Plaza Library

COST: Free

Trivia Night

Bring your family or friends and form a team from 2 to 6.  Vie for prizes worth over $100 each week as you battle it out over Movies, TV, Music, Logo's, General Interest, Sport and more.

WHEN: 7pm - 9pm Every Monday

WHERE: Jets Leagues Club, 15 Downs Street, North Ipswich

COST: Free

Bingo CSI

Free Bingo at CSI.

WHEN: 10.30am Every Monday

WHERE: CSI, 5A Lowry Street, Ipswich

COST: Free


Playing with Light at Ipswich Art Gallery

Light is intrinsic to our lives, from natural phenomenon like rainbows to advanced technologies including communication, security and medicine, to the simple light bulb. It has a multitude of applications and influences how we see the world. Step out of the darkness and into Playing with Light.

This full-body interactive exhibition explores our big bright, colourful world full of light, lasers and lenses. With over 22 interactive exhibits, Playing with Light explores the role light plays in our life and in our world.

WHEN: Until April 28, 2019

WHERE: Ipswich Art Gallery, d'Arcy Doyle Place, Ipswich

COST: $5 per person or $15 for a Family Pass (admits up to five people. Must include at least one adult). Free for children under two.

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