Pa­rade day, citrus games in Gayn­dah this week­end

Central and North Burnett Times - - FRONT PAGE -

FES­TIV­I­TIES for the 2017 Gayn­dah Orange Fes­ti­val con­tinue this week­end.

En­tries in the Orange Sculp­ture Com­pe­ti­tion will be on dis­play at the wine and cheese evening on Fri­day night.

Tick­ets to the event, which starts at 6.30pm at the Gayn­dah Town Hall, are $25 at the door.

The pa­rade is the cen­tre­piece of the fes­ti­val’s Grand Pa­rade Day on Satur­day.

Ex­pect to see a wide va­ri­ety of floats head­ing down Me­son St from 11.30am.

Fol­low­ing the pa­rade there will be plenty of en­ter­tain­ment, from ma­gi­cians to top-notch mu­si­cians like X-Fac­tor con­tes­tant Caitlyn Shad­bolt.

For the young ones, Cilla Slack will de­light with her Blue Gum Farm Show.

The fun will con­tinue on Sun­day with a range of citrus-re­lated ac­tiv­i­ties and com­pe­ti­tions.

Com­peti­tors can try their hand at orange throw­ing, citrus eat­ing, citrus pack­ing and heaps more at Anzac Park.

There will also be plenty of mar­ket and food stalls.

The fes­ti­val kicked off last week­end with the Gala Ball, where the Orange Fes­ti­val Queen and Char­ity Queen were crowned.

■ Head to page 19 to find out more about this year’s win­ner.

Copies of the Cen­tral and North Bur­nett Times’ Gayn­dah Orange Fes­ti­val book­let are avail­able at busi­nesses and at the Orange Fes­ti­val of­fice op­po­site the Grand Ho­tel.

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