The organisers of the El Rocio Spanish Festival to be held in Heathcote in October have changed part of the schedule.September 24, 2012 4:02am
The El Rocio Spanish Festival organisers have changed part of the schedule for the Flamenco Mass in Heathcote on October 14.
The mass, which will still be held at St Mary’s Catholic Church in Heathcote from 9.30am, will be followed by a picnic lunch at the Dargile Camping and Picnic Area instead of Barrack Reserve.
The picnic can be accessed via Plantation Track off the Heathcote-North Costerfield Rd.
The El Rocio Festival committee would also like to hear from any district residents who have Andalusian horses and would like to take part in the festival, scheduled for March next year.
Anyone interested can email Theresa Martinez on email@example.com or Peter Llan on 9763
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