Bring your family and friends to the annual Australia Day Celebrations at Luke Park and the Jerilderie Lake on Sunday evening from 6.30pm.January 22, 2014 4:17am
Topping off a great night will be the magnificent fireworks display.
Lions Club members will be manning their barbecue, and hot chips and soft drinks, plus Glo products, will also be available.
Ray Macartney will be providing music, and many draws of the spinning wheel throughout the evening will ensure that a lot of happy people will take home prizes.
Citizenship awards will be presented from about 8pm and will be followed by the fireworks display at 9.30pm, with featuring fireworks worth more than $4000.
Bring your own chairs and rugs, and don’t forget to leave your pets in a secure place before you leave home, as many animals are easily spooked by fireworks.
Citizenship awards to be presented during the evening include Little Aussie, Sportsperson of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year and Citizen of the Year.
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