Making your way to catch a little Mamma Mia and Dancing Queen at the Trundle ABBA festival?
As you drive through Bogan Gate, do a stopover and call in at the Memorial Hall Markets to view the handiwork of crafters, artists and producers tomorrow and Sunday from 10am to 3pm.
There will be more than 20 stalls with a wide range of merchandise including woodwork, paintings, quilting, home bak- ing, coffee and snow cones, hand crafted jewellery, knitwear, hand knitted soft toys, essential oils and souvenirs.
Two Bogan Gate artists will also be exhibiting their work. Renowned artisan Pol Cruz, and painter Mardi Pierpont will have artworks for purchase.
Local producers, Colin and Shelley Nut- ley of Tumbling Downs, will have their olive oil for sale, as well as an extensive range of home-made jams and chutneys.
Why not jump the queues in Trundle and enjoy a Devonshire Tea or a light lunch prepared and served by Bogan Gate community members.
Bogan Gate has a population of just over 300 and is 38km west of Parkes. So why not “take a chance on” Bogan Gate and spend time at the markets before heading out to