Deniliquin Blues & Roots Festival goers will be able to purchase a picnic hamper at this year's festival.TYLA HARRINGTON April 2, 2014 4:11am
Deniliquin High School students Kelsey Geldenhuys, Charlize Schoeman and Mia Pearn with a sample picnic pack.
The Deniliquin High School P&C Committee will be selling picnic hampers at this year’s Blues & Roots Festival.
The committee will be selling the bag of goodies throughout the two-day festival, which is on April 19 and 20.
P&C president Jenny Fellows said members will be located next to the Discover Deni tent at the Deni Ute Muster site, where the festival is held, on Conargo Rd.
The hamper will come in a souvenir Blues & Roots cooler bag and will include cheeses, salami, rice crackers, Ferrero Rochers, plastic plates and knives, water, handwipes, serviettes and rubbish bags — all for only $50.
‘‘We designed it so people could have a picnic on the grass,’’ Mrs Fellows said.
‘‘Some of the kids will be helping out and community members are also invited to lend a hand. All the money raised will go back to the school.’’
Central IGA in Deniliquin is the major sponsor of the handy picnic hamper.
For more information or if you would like to help the committee phone Mrs Fellows on 0429
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