Take the time to smell the roses
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.