Windsor Bonanza Day

Girls from the Invercargill branch of the O'Neill school of Irish Dancing, from left, Renee Simpson (10), Charlotte Crean (14), Aine Fanning (8) and Melissa Crean (11), all of Invercargill. Photos: Hayden Williams

The ninth annual Windsor Bonanza Day, held on Saturday, October 28, involved about 30 businesses.

Windsor Business Group member and event organiser Cindy Mulrooney said this year’s event was one of the best, with both the weather and turnout being great.

“People were staying longer because the weather was so good.”

The event included two lambs penned outside Windsor Health in Bourke St for children to look at, a craft store at the Windsor Community Church Hall, food stalls, in-store deals, face painting at New World and a bouncy castle, plant sale and raffle run by the Holy Trinity Anglican Church on King St.

There were also live performances by girls from the Invercargill branch of the O’Neill School of Irish Dance, Te Puna Waiora local Maori elders song and stringed instrument group, musical trio The Riverton Rebel Rousers and solo singer and guitarist Ross Nicol (formerly of High & Dry).

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