Kin Kin Country Carnival
Sunday 17th October 2004
Kin Kin will certainly be the place to be on Sunday 17th October.
The village is busily preparing for the 21st Annual Country Carnival (formerly Great Kin Kin Horse Race) to be held on the sports grounds/community oval.
An event filled day is promised based on traditional country fairs, incorperating the:
Queensland Champion Woodchop Event,
Tom Grady Heritage Trail Ride,
Great Teams Challenge,
Novelty Events and Whipcracking.
The Kin Kin Carnival takes pride in offering a great day out without draining the family budget. Generous support and sponsorship from many businesses and individuals allows the carnival to continue with its policy of FREE children's entertainment all day.
Gate entry prices also reflect this value with:
Family ticket entry only $12.00.
With any day out to the Kin Kin Carnival, there are always surprises. This year some famous local musical talents will thrill and amaze all ages. One of our Kin Kin international artisans, Steve Weiss who works in metal, will be showcasing his recently completed "Sound Garden" - a sculptural experience which will keep you thinking long after the day is over.
The Kin Kin Challenge will again be a feature event with $1000 prize money to the winning team.
Five people will need to nominate for each team with individual skills in:
Mountain Bike Riding
Thong Throwing (men around 40)
Cross Country Run
Broom Throwing (ladies around 30)
Chinese style water carrying and
Tug-a-War = all team members
Points are allocated for each individual heat and the team with the most points at the end is the winner.
Entry fee per team is $10 and if you and four other people are up for it, call Jo-Anne on 5485 4177 for a nomination form or enquiries.
Competitors wanting to nominate for Whipcracking or Horse Riding events should also contact Jo-Anne.
The Qld Championship Woodchop event starts around 2.00pm with a Calcutta.
FREE RIDES for the kids all day will be provided by KD Promotions, including merry-go-round, big slide and the Lions will be giving free rides around the carnival in their miniature train.
With support and guidance from the Cooroy/Pomona Lions Club, and Noosa Council Special Events Scheme, the Carnival on Sunday 17th October promises to be a traditional, value packed, event filled, country fun day for all ages.
Sponsored also by the Appolonian hotel, Tom Grady
Hope to see you there, it would be a shame to miss it!
Kin Kin Carnival, Sunday 17th September
Kin Kin Oval behind the Country Life Hotel
For more information phone Joanne at the General Store Kin Kin (07) 5485 4177
or email email@example.com
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