Trunkey Creek Show October 14
Known for its equestrian events, the Trunkey Creek Show is also renown as being the first in a series of local shows around the shire, and the district.
Two weeks after Trunkey Creek there is the Carcoar show and soon after that, Neville.
For those interested in competing in the pavilion, now’s the time to get ready for what will be a cracker of a show.
Organiser Peggy O’Brien said that after last year’s cancellation, the committee is urging everyone to get their entries ready for this year’s event.
“Photography, cakes, jams, flowers, we’re looking forward to having a large number of entrants,” she said.
The Trunkey Creek Show is to be held on Saturday the 14th of October.
Blayney Farmers Market, Sunday
Nothing says SPRING more than flowers and fresh food! You’ll find both at Blayney Farmers Market.
Bring the whole family to Carrington Park in Blayney for a delicious breakfast this Sunday from 8.30.
Enjoy the free entertainment and kids activities while browsing among the stalls of fresh produce, coffee, wine, meats, olive oil, preserves, honey, flowers, chickens, and scrumptious treats for you and your best friend too.
Blayney Farmers Markets proudly supports the Healthy and Happy Wellness Challenge by offering quality locally grown fresh produce.
Lyndhurst CWA Int’l Day
Lyndhurst CWA is holding their International Day on Nepal on Wednesday 20th September in the CWA Rooms, 17 Mt. McDonald Rd Lyndhurst.
The Lyndhurst School Children will be participating in a program between 1:45 pm.and 2:45 pm
Come and see the great work the children have done on Nepal and find out more about this interesting country from a guest speaker who has visited Nepal on many occasions.