What’s on in Queanbeyan this May?

Friday, May 2

Culture: 1984 presented by Shake and Stir Theatre Co at The Queanbeyan Performing Arts Centre until May 3. For bookings, visit www.theq.net.au.

Culture: Photographer Dale Wowk’s Wakati Mzuri exhibition at The Q’s Door Three Art Space until May 17.

Culture: The Art of Zhen Shan Ren exhibition at The Q’s exhibition space until May 10.

Culture: Artists Timo Nest and Di Broomhall’s joint exhibition at FORM Studio and Gallery until June.

Community: Charity Book Fair at RB Smith Centre, 5pm to 8pm.

Saturday, May 3

Community: Charity Book Fair at RB Smith Centre, 10am to 2pm.

Thursday, May 8

Culture: Musical Winging My Way to the Top at The Q until May 17. For bookings, visit www.theq.net.au.

Community: ‘Simply meditation’ course at Karabar Community Centre from 7.30 – 9.30pm. Every Thursday during May. For more information visit www.meditateincanberra.org. 

Sunday, May 11

Community: QRacing’s Mother’s Day Brunch and Race Day at Queanbeyan Racecourse from 11.30am.

Thursday, May 15

Culture: Canberra Weavers and Spinners present their annual exhibition Warped and Twisted at The Q exhibition space until May 24.

Saturday, May 17

Community: Queanbeyan Fire Station Open Day at 41 Campbell Street from 10am to 2pm.

Entertainment: The Lord Byron 5 band will perform selected poetic works by poet Lord Byron at the Artists Shed from 7.30pm.

Sunday, May 18

Googong Family Fun Day at Beltana Park from 12 - 3pm. Meet The Block's Scott Cam. 

Wednesday, May 21

Culture: HIT Productions presents Love Letters at The Q until May 24. For bookings, visit www.theq.net.au.

Friday, May 23

Entertainment: Sydney-based quartet CHAIKA’s album launch at the Artists Shed from 7.30pm.

Sunday, May 25

Entertainment: Country and blue outfit The Faraway Eyes and Rachel Hore and Pop-Up Choir play the Artists Shed from 2pm.

Thursday, May 29

Culture: International lecturer Yasha Beresiner speaks on ‘The Great Fire of London’ at the Airport International Hotel from 2pm. Event presented by Association of Australian Decorative and Fine Arts. Free for members.

Friday, May 30

Entertainment: Shout! – 50th anniversary celebration of Johnny O’Keefe, starring Rikki Organ, at The Q from 8pm.

Entertainment: Singer and songwriter Neil Murray at the Artists Shed from

Saturday, May 31

Culture: Darren Coggan stars in Peace Train: The Cat Stevens Story on at The Q from 8pm.

If you like to include your event in the next calendar, please email the details to kim.pham@fairfaxmedia.com.au.

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