And now for What’s On in Brisbane.
There are plenty of events happening around the city this weekend.
For a start, this year’s Paniyiri Greek Festival is on.
The annual festival is Queensland’s signature celebration of all things Greek.
It runs right across the weekend at Musgrave Park.
As the state’s largest cultural festival, it showcases traditional food, dance and music for people from all cultures.
What: Paniyiri Greek Festival 2014
Where: Musgrave Park, Edmonstone Street, SOUTH BRISBANE
When: Saturday May 24th, 12pm-10pm to Sunday May 25th 10am-7pm
Price: $10 for adults, $3 for pensioners, children FREE
Contact: Miss Elleni Comino, (07) 3844 1166, email@example.com
And for the kids, Kidspace in Chermside are hosting an Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea on Saturday.
There will be guest appearances by some pretty popular characters, market stalls, jumping castles, face painting.
And, the first 100 families receive a free goodies bag.
What: Kidspace’s Australias Biggest Morning Tea
Where: 7th Brigade Park, CHERMSIDE
When: Saturday May 24th, 10am-4pm
On Sunday, the African Communities Council is holding its annual Festival at East Brisbane.
The event showcases African food, drink, crafts and music.
What: Africa Day Festival 2014
Where: Africa House, 38 Lytton Road, EAST BRISBANE
When: Sunday May 25th, 10am-5pm
Contact: Ms Sharon Orapeleng, 0450 965 200, firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s the Salvation Army’s Red Shield Appeal this weekend.
The appeal helps finance the Salvo’s vast network of social and community services.
So give generously when they come knocking.
What: Salvation Army’s Red Shield Appeal Doorknock
When: Saturday May 24th to Sunday May 25th