Thursday, 17 April 2014

Salmon Ponds Celebrations - free entry and entertainment

Contact: Mark Black, Salmon Ponds
p: 6261 5663 w: or

Date: 3 and 4 May 2014 10am to 4pm
Location: Salmon Ponds, Plenty

Intended Audience: Families / General Public

Join us at the Salmon Ponds to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the first hatching of trout in Tasmania

Come along for:
  • Free entry and family entertainment - games, fairy floss, face painting and maypole dancing
  • Enjoy the music performed by the Rag Dolls - piano & washboard duo, Les Coqs - Classic Swing Tunes and the Banjo playing David Meikle
  • Specialty food stalls, Lions Club BBQ and traditional Devonshire teas 
  • Cooking demonstrations by cookbook author Sally Wise
  • Free guided tours of the Salmon Ponds museum and grounds 
  • Free Lions train rides between the Salmon Ponds and Redlands Distillery 
  • Launch of the 2014-15 licence season and ‘Win a Ford Ranger’ competition 
  • Fishing questions answered by Inland Fisheries staff
  • Competitions and giveaways
  • Purcase150th Anniversary memorabilia
To find out more go to the website for the Inland Fisheries Service or the Salmon Ponds.

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