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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2012
Berry 16 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au The leafy picturesque village of Berry is a magical place during Autumn.Set amongst rolling green hills with the backdrop of the stunning Cambewarra range, for its cafés, antiques and boutique shopping. As soon as you cross the bridge and glimpse the gorgeous rotunda set amongst roses and camellias in the beautiful Apex Park, you will know this is a special place. The town and the just waiting to be explored. Don't miss the Berry Country Fair and Markets on the first Sunday of the month. One weekend in Berry will not be enough! For further information visit autumn mag c m Take the whole family and plan for a great day out at the 6th annual on the May 26, at the Berry Showgrounds. Starting with a street parade, in Queen Street, at 9.30am, nine pipe bands will combine with the Clans and vintage cars and proceed to the Showground,for the official opening.The Berry showground is on the southern side of the highway and is easily found. A a non-stop programwill follow! Each pipe band will perform interspersed with Irish and Scottish singing and dancing.There will also be a performance by the singing Welsh songs. A highlight of the day will be the , with their feats of strength, lifting the huge stones and tossing the caber (pictured). As many clans will be in attendance for anyone wishing to get information regarding their ancestral Celtic background, this is the place to do it. Also enjoy colourful stalls, selling food, coffee, icecream and Celtic merchandise.The Berry Celtic festival is unique to the South Coast but fits in well with the history of the area, as many Irish, Scottish, Welsh and Cornish were early settlers . More info enjoy a celtic day out Join the clans at the Celitic c elebrations in Berry. Handmade • Homemade Treasures 12 Prince Alfred St, Berry 4464 2500 All proceeds to commu ity & c arity Open 7 Days: 10am 4pm Berry Community Craft Cottage 2236524 HedgeHogs Coffee Shop Open 7 days from 8am Shop 4, 98 Queen Street Berry (next to newsagent behind the hedge) Phone: 4464 3051 2107514 indulge yourself . . . "with a tradition of fine food since 1950" Old Creamery Lane, Berry Ph 4464 1112 www.treatfactory.com.au Handmade chocolate, confectionery, preserves, teas & condiments Giftlines, baskets and much more The Treat Factory The Treat Factory Open: Mon to Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm Sat and Sun 10am - 4pm 2211168 A BOUTIQUE LIFESTYLE Free Call 1800 005 922 • Boutique Over 55's Estate • Short walk to Cafes and Shops • Close to train & bus services • Enjoy Berry's vibrant community atmosphere The Grange at Berry e: email@example.com 22 Victoria Street, Berry w: www.thegrangeatberry.com.au 2097889 MASSED BANDS CLAN STALLS FOOD STALLS CABER TOSSING STONES OF MANHOOD WELSH CHOIR IRISH, SCOTTISH, WELSH & CORNISH DANCING & SINGING HAGGIS HURLING BERRY FESTIVAL ADMISSION • Adults $10 • Children $5 • Families $20 PRESENTED BY The Rotary Club of Berry - Gerringong and the community of Berry ENQUIRIES 4234 1346 www.berrycelticfestival.org.au All proceeds to South Coast Cancer Care Centre and Rotary Projects SATURDAY 26th MAY 2012 Berry Showground Starts 9:30am with a Street Parade Official opening at 10am 2255804