KILLABAKH'S 27th "Day in the Country" at Killabakh Hall and its surrounds is on Saturday, November 2 from 10am to 3pm.
This is a wonderful opportunity for Christmas shopping, meeting up with old friends and making new ones, and for sampling local products.
Killabakh is famous for its lunches which include gourmet home-made pies and sausage rolls, wraps, quiches, country bakes and salads.
Mouth-watering desserts, Devonshire Teas, cappuccinos, cold drinks and ice creams will also be available.
Sit under marquees or on hay bales as you listen to the music of the popular Red Cedar Band or be entertained by rock'n'roll dancers and by performance poet John Grono when the band takes a break. Complete the day with a barbecued snag, steak sandwich, even a kransky, with onion and sauce, of course.
So why not load up the car and head out to Killabakh, 16 kilometres north of Wingham on the Comboyne Road. For those of you who haven't visited this locality before, the route will be well sign posted.
Flyers which include a reverse-side 'mud map' are available from visitor information centres and other outlets in Wingham, Taree, Forster and beyond.