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Friday the 20th and
Saturday 21st March 2015

The Lucindale Lions Club Would Like To Welcome Everyone To The 37th Annual South East Field Days.

The Lucindale Lions Club would like to invite you to attend as an exhibitor and patron, the 37th annual South East Field Days.

The South East Field Days provides an excellent opportunity to showcase your products and services and to purchase products unique to the agricultural and retail community of the Limestone Coast. With our Prospectus out, the applications will come thick and fast, make sure you get in early to secure your site and avoid a late fee.

The Pavilions are always a big hit, and we have Callum Hann and Themis Chryssidis from Sprout Cooking coming along to do demonstrations in the Yakka Pavilion. You will remember Callum from a previous Masterchef Season. As usual there will be loads of free entertainment for all ages, scrumptious food to enjoy and exciting things to buy, try and experience.

The Limestone Coast Region is a fascinating place to visit, so why not stay a few extra days and explore the surrounding towns for an experience you won’t get elsewhere. Naracoorte has excellent shopping and the Naracoorte Heritage Caves, Robe gives you a resort feel with the beach and wonderful eateries to enjoy. Just down the road is the Coonawarra Wine Region, a must stop off to take home some incredible wine from the many boutique and larger wineries. Stop off at Kingston SE, get some fish and chips and enjoy a drive along the Coorong Coastline.

We have lots of accommodation on offer if you do decide to stay on, just check out the link on our web page.

Our facilities are one of the many things we are congratulated on each year, the toilets are kept spotlessly clean by our wonderful cleaning staff who work tirelessly leading up to and over the field days. This year we are placing extra rest rooms near the Lions Pavilion in the far south western corner for our exhibitors use only to make life a little easier.

The Field Day site is always a pleasurable spot to exhibit and visit with lots of green grass and shady trees, and this is due to the many hours that are put in by the Lucindale Lions Club members. There are quite a few dedicated individuals who mow, water and maintain the grounds all year to keep the site in excellent condition making a pleasant experience for both patrons and exhibitors alike. For their efforts we all give a big “THANK YOU!”

Looking forward to seeing you all there!

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Enjoy the 2015 South East Field Days.