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The Southern Downs Heritage Festival 2017 is ready to go, with this year’s festival running from Friday 21 to Sunday 30 April.
Festival co-ordinator Janice Flood delivered the program of events flyers for this year’s festival to the Warwick Visitor Centre and they were received by volunteer Fran Hockings.
The flyers will be available from the Warwick and Stanthorpe visitor centres for collection.
The Southern Downs Heritage Festival was successful in receiving a ‘Fast Response Grant’ from the Southern Downs Regional Council‘s community grants funds to enable them to have the program of events printed. This was done by Creed and Lang.
There are nearly 40 events covering the 10 days of the festival and 25 community groups and four businesses are taking part. Some events are free, and there is something of interest for all age groups. The events cover the whole Southern Downs region.
Pick up your program from your local visitor centre and plan your 10 days and take in as many of the events so thoughtfully planned for the Scenic Historic Southern Downs Region.
More information available at www.facebook.com/HeritageFest/ or contact Janice southerndownsheritagefestival@gmail.com

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