Don't miss Fairview on Trawalla among the pecan trees

Mark and Amy Armstrong.

Mark and Amy Armstrong.

Stahmann Farms’ pecan trees will set the scene for more than 350 generous people 30 kilometres outside of Moree on Saturday.

The biennial event, Fairview on Trawalla, will provide live entertainment and delicious gourmet food all to support Moree’s retirement village.

Bruschetta, caramalised pork belly, marinated barbecue prawns and corn cakes with dipping sauce will tantalise taste buds before the first sit-down course arrives.

Fairview board chairperson Joy Peachey said the Swingin’ Martinis would leave the crowd shaken not stirred.

“In 2015, the Singing Waiters were so successful, so we wanted to make sure this year’s entertainment was on par,” she said.

Chicken larb lettuce cups will be served as the first sit-down course, followed by maple and pecan crumbed salmon or chicken with a salad for main.

The event’s famous auction will again take place after the delicious food, providing opportunities to snatch hundreds of fantastic items.

“We will have the main auction and a silent auction. There will be a set of tyres, a homemade quilt, Engel fridge, jewelry, hampers, flights and fantastic items donated by Jock’s Hire that everyone should look out for,” she said.

Fairview on Trawalla will raise money to renovate the dementia ward to add eight more rooms on top of the 17 specifically for residents with dementia. 

Many tickets have already sold for the popular event, however if you would like to secure a ticket for this year’s Fairview on Trawalla, contact Fairview on 6752 9200.

As Stahmann Farms is located outside of Moree, buses are available.

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