Display with pride at Quesnel Fall Fair

The public and specific people like gardeners and ranchers are invited to show off what they do

The public including gardeners, farmers, ranchers and amateurs are invited to create a display, similar to a science fair or 4-H display, celebrating the successes of your garden, farm or ranch. The display should include photos, information and samples, the brighter and more creative the better.

Volunteers will be available to help set them up or you may create and submit your own unique design. This is a chance to inspire others to become more food self-sufficient while celebrating the success of those already doing it.

Set up is Friday, Sept. 9 from 4 – 6 p.m. in the West Fraser Timber Room at the Arts and Recreation Centre and take down is 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 11. For information, contact Colleen Gatenby, 250-747-4630 or email colleengatenby@yahoo.ca.

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