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Mirboo North for all things festive

MIRBOO North has what you need for the festive season this Christmas.
The Wren’s Nest offers beautiful gifts including a wide range of books, quality children’s toys and art materials and unusual gifts and homewares.
Craig Young’s Butchery can provide you with free range turkeys and turkey rolls, hams, pork, seasoned legs of lamb, chicken, beef as well as glazes and sauces, and plum puddings, homemade in Leongatha.
The range of Emelia’s sauces are natural and gluten free and flavours include mango, apple and cranberry.
The Artisans Store has a gorgeous range of art and crafts all made by local artists.
The stock changes often and includes jewellery, clothing, sculpture, paintings, fine art, organic soaps, reed diffusers and candles.
A & S Autorepairs will also be open for business as usual during the festive season.
It offer repairs, maintenance, inspections and service including new car warranties and are able to work on brakes and suspension.
A & S Autorepairs can service horse floats, trailers and motorcycles and all cars and four wheel drives.
Mirboo North Community Market takes place on November 29 and December 13 in Baromi Park, Ridgway, Mirboo North.
Market organiser Bev Cook said the November market is huge.
“It’ll be packed,” she said.
“We get up to about 80 stalls or more.”
The market has a festive atmosphere and offers an enormous range of food and goods including clothing, books, nuts, olives and olive oil, wine, herbs and spices, homemade goods, felting, flowers, soaps, fresh fruit and vegies and more.
In November, CWA Mirboo will have a stall, Lions will be selling Christmas cakes and puddings, Rotary is holding a barbecue and a church group is providing coffee.
St Mary’s Church and the Bendigo Bank are organising a Christmas Giving Tree, located at the Bendigo Bank in Mirboo North.
New but unwrapped toys and nonperishable foods can be placed under the tree until around mid December, when they will be given to Anglicare for distribution.
Community Carols will be presented on Sunday, December 21 by the combined churches of Mirboo North.
And of course on Christmas Eve, Santa will come to the park in a fire truck.
Santa will give the children showbags filled with goodies donated by local retailers and collected by Mirboo Country Development Inc, and the Lions Club will hold its big raffle.

Busy season: celebrate Christmas in Mirboo North with offerings from local traders including Christmas meats and sauces from Craig Young’s Butchery.

Busy season: celebrate Christmas in Mirboo North with offerings from local traders including Christmas meats and sauces from Craig Young’s Butchery.

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