Take the time to smell the roses

Wangaratta Chronicle - - What's On This Weekend -

FOUR mag­nif­i­cent coun­try gar­dens will be show­cased at the fourth an­nual Whorouly and Dis­trict Pre-School Garden Walk on Wed­nes­day, Novem­ber 15.

The garden walk in­cludes a lun­cheon at the Whorouly Re­cre­ation Hall and also fea­tures a fash­ion pa­rade and stalls for ev­ery­one to en­joy, lucky door prizes and raf­fles.

Ticket price for the four gar­dens and lun­cheon is $20 per per­son.

The gar­dens are open from 9.30am.

Tick­ets can be pur­chased on the day at the Ox­ley Garden or at the re­cre­ation hall.

Ta­bles can be re­served or for any other in­for­ma­tion con­tact Me­gan Mu­raca on 0429 662 287.

DOC­TOR, DOC­TOR: Pri­mary school stu­dents Hol­lie Swan­eveld and Samantha Richards learned how to lis­ten to a rab­bit’s heart­beat at the Wan­garatta GOTAFE As­pi­ra­tions Day. PHOTO: Freyja Postlethwaite

SHARED EN­JOY­MENT: Rhonda Pethy­bridge (pic­tured with her grand­daugh­ter Molly) of Whorouly South has a large cot­tage style garden with a wide va­ri­ety of flow­er­ing plants, bulbs and al­most 200 roses. Rhonda also has a fairy garden for chil­dren to en­joy.

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