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Sunday In The Park - The Place To Be This Sunday!

23 February 2006

Sunday In The Park - The Place To Be This Sunday!

Renamed Revamped Relaunched Remarkably unmissable!!

Sunday in the Park is a celebration of cuisine, wine, ale and music and it is all happening this Sunday in Hagley Park. With a great entertainment line-up, including Jo Cotton from The Mermaids and the grand final of the Kitchen Masters competition ­ it is the place to be!

The former Canterbury Wine and Food Festival has been an annual project of the Wigram Lions Club since 1988.

Approximately 25 top wineries and Ale Houses and 35 Canterbury food producers will be represented, with the festival opening to the public from 11am ­ 6pm.

Buy your tickets now and you¹ll save $5 ­ just $20 from Vino Fino, Village Grape in Sumner, Ballantynes, Traiteur or Liquorland Rangiora. Or pay $25 at the gate this Sunday in Hagley Park.

Details at www.sundayinthepark.co.nz http://www.sundayinthepark.co.nz/>.

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