Some interesting pieces are sure to be on dispaly at this weekend's Glenreagh Cedar and Steam Exhibition.
Some interesting pieces are sure to be on dispaly at this weekend's Glenreagh Cedar and Steam Exhibition. Contributed

Glenreagh to host annual Cedar and Steam exhibition

The Glenreagh Cedar and Steam Exhibition is on again.

Starting at 9am on Friday, the annual event will be held at the Glenreagh School of Arts until 3pm on Saturday.

There has been plenty of activity in the village with people snapping up photos and creating pieces for this year's exhibition.

There will be over $1000 worth of prize money to the winners of the five sections of photography, painting, drawing, fiber and sculpture.

Lots of entries have already been received for both the youth and adult categories.

"Three local exhibitors will also have displays of their work," a spokesman said.

"Melissa Craig is a well known indigenous painter with vibrant artistic expression, Barbara Roberts is a multi-faceted craftsperson with two of her works chosen for the C.W.A State competition. Judith Hanson, completes the most intricate cross-stitch ever imagined.

"The works of these three talented ladies will inspire and delight you."

Those interested in enjoying a pleasant country drive on Friday or Saturday should make their way up to Glenreagh for a glimpse of some truly exciting art work on hand.

For further information, contact Honi Reifler on 6649 2139.



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