GROWING GARDEN: Ian and Elspeth Jackson with Gina Marino.
GROWING GARDEN: Ian and Elspeth Jackson with Gina Marino. Matthew Purcell

What's on in the Granite Belt this weekend

IT MAY be a wet weekend but there's still plenty on in the Granite Belt to keep you entertained this weekend.

Whispering Lands opening

The Stanthorpe Art Gallery will host works from local photographer Sandra McEwan and local sculptor Helen Turrisi for the next few weeks. Come along to the opening and be mesmerised by the artwork.

When: Tonight, 6pm.

Where: Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery, Lock St, Stanthorpe.

Cost: Free, RSVP gallerydirector@srag.org.au.

GardenFest

This weekend is a can't miss for any Granite Belt green thumbs. Head on over to Garden fest and be mesmerised by the collection of plants available.

When: Today and Saturday, 9am - 4pm.

Where: Stanthorpe Christian Fellowship Church, Amosfield Rd, Stanthorpe.

Cost: Free entry but bring cash.

Wildflower Walks

Join the Stanthorpe Rare Wildflower Consortium and explore the great flora of Passchendaele.

When: Sunday, 9.30am.

Where: Passchendaele State Forrest headquarters, off Amiens Rd.

Cost: Free.

Stanthorpe Shines Auditions

Are you a budding actor? Be sure to Audition for Little Theatre's Stanthorpe Shines this weekend.

When: Saturday, 6.30-8pm.

Where: Stanthorpe Little Theatre, 22 Connor St, Stanthorpe.

Cost: Free.

Stanthorpe Border Post

Storm clouds hanging around Sunday but little rain expected

Storm clouds hanging around Sunday but little rain expected

There is still some chance of rain

Church enters digital age

Church enters digital age

VCC launched the new app at their service last Sunday.

A dream realised with victory

A dream realised with victory

Stanthorpe athlete is now a world champion.