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Wrapped in St Marys - Expressions of Interest 2014

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Check out the photos taken during our 2013 Wrapped in St Marys event – new images added today!

Here’s a taste of what you’ll see:

2013 program

It’s building up to be a wonderful Wrapped in St Marys event this year!

A number of businesses and community organisations are participating – more than in 2012, which is great.

Some have even offered discounts on presentation of the program!

Street art, exibitions, the annual car show and more are on offer.

AND the latest news is that there will be a shuttle bus service around the streets, thanks to Community Transport Services Tasmania.  Great for anyone who isn’t as mobile as they would like to be!

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The program also includes details about where to eat, where to stay and even where to go to church on Sunday.

Time to start making plans to come and stay for a great weekend!  And don’t forget your winter woollies …

Download a copy of the full program here:

Program – Wrapped in St Marys 2013

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… fuel (cont.)

If you missed the first post on this topic, click here!

The car show was well supported despite the rain, as mentioned in the previous post.

Here are some more photos from our resident photographer – thanks again, Margit!

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… fuel, of course!!

The second highlight event for Wrapped in St Marys was the car show.

This is held every year on the first Sunday in June by the St. Marys Cranks and Tinkerers.  Despite the rain, Faulkner’s Green in the town centre was full of classic and/or unique cars, driven by enthusiasts from the local area and across the state.

Michael Rowlings of Herrick was the winner of a cheque* and other goodies; all the visiting drivers also received a show bag of car-related items which had been donated by a number of organisations and individuals.

Many thanks to all who had a part to play in making this 6th annual car show a success, including the Break O’Day Woodcraft Guild for providing public liability insurance.

Here’s a slideshow of some of the highlights:

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[Photos by Margit.]

Next post:  more car photos …

[*donated by Ian and Rita Summers of Gone Rustic Studio & Gallery, St. Marys]