Bluff a haven for gardeners

Avid gardener Tamaku Whaitiri, of Bluff, at last year's Bluff Garden Show.

THE Senior Citizens Centre in Bluff will be a haven for gardeners during the weekend of February 13 and 14 when the annual Bluff Garden Show takes place.

The show would feature categories for many varieties of cut flowers and roses, as well as floral art, baking, vegetables and garden produce of all sizes, handcrafts and container plants.

Entry schedules were available in local outlets throughout Bluff.

All entries must be made or grown by the exhibitor and entries would be taken at the venue on the corner of Onslow and Barrow Sts in Bluff on Friday, February 12, from 2pm to 7.30pm.

No late entries would be accepted and adult exhibitors were to pay 50c per exhibit.

The public could visit the show at the Senior Citizens Centre on Saturday, February 13, from 10am to 4pm, and Sunday, February 14, from 11am to 3pm.

The prizegiving would follow at 3pm on Sunday.

Admission to the show was $3 for adults. Combo packages of $7 include show admission and afternoon tea; or $10 for show admission, afternoon tea and a garden visit.

Admission for children 12 years of age and over was 50c, while those under 12 were free.

While viewing the many exhibits, visitors could also vote for the People’s Choice Awards.

Inquiries about the Bluff Garden Show could be made to Barbara on 03 212 8427, Elaine on 03 212 8798 or Dianna on 03 212 7015. St John book sale on in Bluff next month

Bluff book sale
THE very popular annual Bluff St John Annual Book Sale is on again this year.

The sale would be in the Bluff Town Hall, Gore St (State Highway 1) in Bluff during the weekend of February 13 and 14.

The doors would open at 10am each day, and a huge range of books would be on offer fiction and non-fiction.

Jigsaw puzzles, DVDs, videos and much more would also be on offer.

All proceeds from the book sale would go to St John Bluff.Best SneakersDrake Air Jordan 11 Snakeskin Tokyo Air Jordan 5