THE excitement is building ahead of one of the highlights of the Myall Coast calendar, the annual River Festival on the Tea Gardens waterfront.
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There’s something for everyone at the family-friendly day of entertainment, from the duck derby, to the dog show, music, dancing, lantern parade and the fireworks display which brings the event to a spectacular end.
River Festival Organiser Craig Foot told News Of The Area, “There’s still time if anyone wants to apply for a stall.”
To become one of the 100 stallholders, simply head to the Myall River Festival Facebook page and follow the links.
Craig has also told News Of The Area there’s something new and very special happening on Saturday 28 October.
To find out the surprise watch this space next week.
And ahead of the Myall River Festival, there’s plenty more happening in the twin towns of Tea Gardens and Hawks Nest.
A reminder for those who love something sweet, don’t forget the Red Cross ‘Great Cake Bake’ at Myall Quays Shopping Centre on Saturday 21 October.
Get in early to the ‘Cake Bake’ because you don’t want to miss out on Karuah’s annual Oyster and Timber Festival also being held on Saturday 21 October.
It’s such a popular event, applications for stallholders have closed.
This fantastic day of free fun and games includes the wood chopping, junior fishing competition and of course the oyster eating championships.
The event is held in Longworth Park on the banks of the Karuah River.
By Margie TIERNEY