Despite the appearance of some much needed rain on festival day, it still didn’t dampen the spirits at the Sarau Festival on Feb 1st! For the eighth successive year this celebration of the end of the blackcurrant harvest was a great success that benefited the local community.
To get a taste of what the day was like, please check out this five page feature in the Motueka Guardian that promoted the festival beforehand and this front page article and photo feature that captured the spirit of the day. This is definitely a great community event and blackcurrant celebration that you should put in your diary for next summer!
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