THE Tarana Community Farmers’ Market will be held this Sunday, March 25 from 10am to 2pm at the Tarana Bush Fire Shed.
Senior Detective Constable Bob Newman from the Chifley Rural Crime Squad will be giving advice and information on how to protect homes and properties from rural crime.
The O'Connell Primary School Band will perform twice during the day, along with the local buskers "The Tarana Tigers".
Seasonal fruit and vegetables will be in abundance, accompanied by local lamb and beef.
Regular stallholders will be there with free-range eggs, home-made cakes and pies, honey and garlic, jams and preserves, olive oil and cheese, sourdough bread, sweets and chocolate, wines and port – to name a few.
The Tarana Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade will have egg and bacon rolls from the barbecue cooking throughout the day and there will be two coffee outlets operating.
Relax under the shady umbrellas for a chat and listen to the buskers, buy a raffle ticket and maybe take home a basket of goodies donated by the stallholders.
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