The Lansdowne Community Hall committee members are hoping that there will be a good turn out of people at their first Twilight Market tomorrow evening, Saturday, February 9 in the hall and surrounding grounds.
A number of various stalls are booked with a wide variety of goodies.
One stall allows customers to choose their own selection of fruit, which they will juice for them on the spot.
They also offer a range of gluten free sweet and savoury treats, which they bake themselves from scratch. They will have orange and almond syrup cake, chocolate brownies and pumpkin, maple and poppy seed scones.
Other stalls will have pre-loved items, toys, hangers, macramé, clocks, watches, craft, jewellery, plants and lots more.
The Lansdowne Rural Fire Brigade will be cooking and selling steak and sausage sandwiches as well as hotdogs.
The Dingo Creek String Band will be performing on the stage with two 45 minute sets of some of their great music.
Tea, coffees and cakes will also be available from the hall kitchen.
The markets will open at 4pm until 9pm.
Harrington Road fire
Coopernook Rural Fire Brigade 1 and Taree 1 were back out at the Harrington Road fire on Thursday, January 31 then both units went back out again for most of night and were joined by Diamond Beach 7.
They worked hard all that day and night and had done a fantastic job in strengthening the containment lines that were put in place earlier.
Also a huge thanks to Lansdowne Rural Fire Brigade for the loan of the Cat 9 which made patrolling the fire over the weekend so much easier. (It was later returned all spick and span.)
The extra assistance was very much appreciated.
No fish to weigh in
At their weekend outing the Lansdowne Fishing Club members had no fish to weigh in.
Several members went out to fish, but unfortunately come back empty handed.
The club’s next $50 seafood tray will be on tomorrow Saturday, February 9 at the Lansdowne Bowling and Recreation Club.
A reminder to fishing club members that the second monthly fishing weekend outing will be held on Saturday, February 16 at Wingham and their second outing for March will be a camp at Manning Point on the 8th, 9th and 10th. Names to be put on the list at the club if attending.
Football club registration day
The Lansdowne Football Club will be holding its first registration day tomorrow, Saturday February 9 at the Lansdowne Oval.
They will also be holding a $10 car wash and running a barbecue as fund raisers for their club from 9am to 3pm.
There will be two other registration day on February 16 and 23 from 9am to 1pm.