Hun­dreds to do brunch in Tocumwal

Southern Riverina news - - NEWS -

One of Tocumwal’s big­gest town gath­er­ings is on again this year but this time it will be rais­ing money for Drought Re­lief.

The Tocumwal Big Brunch which usu­ally draws well over 500 peo­ple ev­ery year will be hosted this Sun­day, Novem­ber 4.

Due to works at the Tocumwal Fore­shore, the site for this year’s event is the Tocumwal Race­course.

Pa­trons are en­cour­aged to bring their own pic­nic rugs and chair, in sup­port of drought re­lief, but also lo­cal com­mu­nity groups will be cook­ing up a storm to keep your belly full.

The Tocumwal Pub­lic School P&C is in charge of the bacon and eggs, the cricket club has the pan­cakes, Tocumwal’s ice cream­ery will be mak­ing waf­fles with ice cream.

And it isn’t an event in Tocumwal with­out the ro­tary group serv­ing or­ange juice.

Tocumwal Cham­ber of Com­merce mem­ber Liz Lang said af­ter­noon for all.

‘‘It’s a great chance to spend time with fam­ily, sup­port drought re­lief and the lo­cal com­mu­nity groups.

‘‘We have free en­ter­tain­ment for the kids in­clud­ing train rides, a jump­ing cas­tle and face paint­ing.

Mrs Lang said the race­course was cho­sen as it was one of the town’s ‘‘hid­den gems’’.

‘‘We de­cided the race­club be­cause they have a won­der­ful fa­cil­ity and we’re go­ing to start mak­ing good use of the race­course for fu­ture events.’’

To pre-pur­chase a ticket visit the Tocumwal Visi­tors In­for­ma­tion Cen­tre. Ev­ery pre-pur­chased ticket will go into the draw to win a Tocumwal Race­club mem­ber­ship for next year.

Other raf­fles will be avail­able through­out the day.

En­try cost is $2 with ev­ery­thing kick­ing off at 11am un­til 3pm. it’ll be a fun

More than 500 peo­ple gath­ered at the Tocumwal Fore­shore last year.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.