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September Heritage Markets

Artworks Granite Belt will hold a Heritage Market Day on Saturday 3rd September 2022 from 10am to 2pm at Stanthorpe Railway Precinct, Davadi St, Stanthorpe.

Guests are invited to join the celebration in heritage attire.

Ride and greet the Downs Explorer steam train, enjoy bands, booths, games and children’s art, Whistlestop Heritage Gardens, Vintage Cars, Sausage Sizzle, Toffee apples and Fresh produce.

The pewter experience

The Amiens History Association will present a replay of its Stanthorpe 150th Celebration event – The Tin Experience – on Sunday 4 September 2022 from 10am to 2pm at the Amiens Legacy Centre, 17 Goldfields Road, Amiens. Customers can watch tin, sluice, smelting and casting demonstrations, plus screenings of a new documentary on Stanthorpe Tin, food and drink and all the things the Amiens Legacy Center has to offer.

Stanthorpe Assault

Police responded to reports that a man was assaulted around 3.30pm on Friday July 15 at Alison Street in Stanthorpe.

The people involved know each other and investigations are continuing.

The kennel closes

Granite Belt Boarding Kennels and Cattery closed permanently on Tuesday, July 19.

The kennel at Eukey has been open for 35 years.

Mitch King arrives at Dalveen

Singer-songwriter and now Granite Belt resident Mitch King will perform at Dalveen Hall on Saturday August 20.

He is currently on tour for his “Queensland Winter Tour”, with the final show being at Dalveen.

Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/mitch-king-performs-at-dalveen-hall-special-guests-luke-pauleyjoshua-vine-tickets-350010439647

Emergency assistance

Starting August 1, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, the Salvation Army and the Granite Belt Neighborhood Center will work together to help the community meet their emergency needs.

This emergency aid will be available four days a week from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

For more information, follow the link: https://www.facebook.com/granitebelt neighborhoodcentre/

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