Life & Style

Parade of Lights

Jared Beaman Quirindi Country Tennis Club came alive on Sunday evening when dozens of Quirindi Preschool children and their families united together for the ‘Parade of Lights’ lantern walk event. The primary activity for the evening began at 6.30pm following a barbecue dinner. Attending families preceded around the Tennis Club gardens, following a glowing lantern trail that illuminated their path through the dark. According to event organiser Camilla...

Enjoy a piece

Sally Alden The Quirindi Spring Show is a celebration of our region. From the walls of school art, to those competing in the cattle and horse sections. This year the committee is taking the show back to its roots with a wood chopping competition, Ute show, Showgirl Competition and an animal nursery. A highlight for spectators will also be the ‘Piece of the Plains’ markets, on Saturday...

Daffodil Day sparks generous giving

Tim Hearne and Jared Beaman With over one hundred thousand Australians diagnosed with cancer every year and more than 115 cancer related deaths each day, Cancer Council is actively seeking out a way to put a stop to the oppressive disease. To do this, the organisation needs funding to assist continued research and to provide quality patient support. One method Cancer Council has adopted to sustain their...