CARE for a drive this Sunday?
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The Tarana Community Farmers’ Market will be held from 10am to 2pm at the Fire Shed in Tarana.
The market will have an Australia Day theme with bush cooking and shearing happening from 11am.
A raffle of a bush knife made by the resident blacksmith, in a leather pouch, will be drawn with the proceeds going to the Tarana Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade.
“Regular stall-holders will have locally grown and made produce for sale including beef and lamb, duck and chicken, vegetables and fruit, free-range eggs, bread, home-made cakes and pies, honey and garlic, jams and preserves, wines, chocolate and sweets, garden plants and ornaments, goat's cheese and salami,” market co-ordinator Lynne Webb said.
“Bacon and egg rolls from the bush fire brigade barbecue and brewed coffee will be available all day.
“The Tarana Tigers will provide music to listen to while relaxing under the shady umbrellas.”
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