The Murwillumbah Farmers Markets are open after the recent flooding - The Apple Man Andy Burke from Costanzo's Apples
The Murwillumbah Farmers Markets are open after the recent flooding - The Apple Man Andy Burke from Costanzo's Apples Scott Powick

Four things to do this week

1. Uki Refugee Project

THE Music of Strangers is a doco about The Silk Road Ensemble, a group of the world's greatest musicians gathered together by cello legend Yo-Yo Ma.

The film screens at 7pm on Wednesday, August 29 at the Regent Cinema.

The $15 ticket includes light refreshments. Fundraiser for the Uki Refugee Project.

2. Drought relief

THE Coolangatta Kings inline hockey 2018 reunion tournament will raise funds for drought-stricken farmers on Thursday, August 30 from 9am at EPIC Skate Rink, Tweed Heads South.

Five teams will compete over the two-day tournament to help support the farmers.

Phone Ryan Hoy on 0438186125.

3. Have a laugh

THE Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase is heading to Tweed at 8pm on Friday, August 31 at Twin Towns.

Get ready to laugh till it hurts as veteran favourites, international stars and the freshest emerging talents entertain you across the evening.

Tickets cost $37 and can be purchased online at www.twintowns.com.au.

4. Farmers' market

PICK up the freshest produce at the Murwillumbah Farmers Market Wednesday August 29 from 7am-11am at the Murwillumbah Showground.

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese, locally caught seafood, freshly baked bread, nuts and honey.