Businesses will be able to add to the Apple and Grape Harvest Festival atmosphere by taking part in popular Decorated Window and Premises event.
Granite Belt students, teachers and P&C Associations are being encouraged to take time during their approaching summer holidays to think about their entries in the 2018 Apple and Grape Harvest Festival Grand Parade.
A new event on the 2018 Apple and Grape Harvest Festival program will celebrate Italian food, music and culture. “Banchetto Italiano: Celebrating Italian Culture on the Granite Belt” will be an afternoon filled with food, wine, fun and entertainment.
With the clock ticking down to the 2018 Apple and Grape Harvest Festival, it’s time for businesses, community groups and members of the public to begin planning their entry in the Channel 7 Festival Grand Parade.
When the Apple and Grape Harvest Festival began in 1966, it’s unlikely that its founders dreamed that it would continue for more than 50 years.
Young Ambassadors Lateesha Stabile, Bridget Campbell, Brianna Woods & Charlotte Bush
Apple and Grape Harvest Festival president Greg Thouard has again encouraged members of the community to consider serving on the 2018 Festival Committee with a view to taking on leadership roles in 2020.
The Apple and Grape Harvest Festival committee is inviting local businesses to support the 2018 festival by sponsoring a festival event or becoming a general sponsor.
The Apple and Grape Harvest Festival has renewed calls for potential Young Ambassadors and sponsors to come forward as the August 31 deadline for candidates approaches.
THE Rotary Club has announced its 2018 Apple and Grape Young Ambassador - 21-year-old Bridget Anne Campbell.
Apple and Grape Harvest Festival Young Ambassador Brianna Woods hopes her involvement with the 2018 festival will not only support the district’s premier event, but also encourage other young people in the district to join in.
CHARLOTTE Bush is the second Young Ambassador to sign up for the 2018 Apple and Grape Festival.
We are seeking expressions of interest from Stanthorpe and district gardeners who would like to be part of 2018 Stanthorpe Open Gardens.
Apple and Grape Harvest Festival Parade and Street Director Bill Brown has invited community and not-for-profit organisations, sporting clubs, schools, emergency services and businesses to get involved with one of the highlight events of the Festival.
Stanthorpe’s Apple and Grape Harvest Festival is calling on businesses and community groups to be part of the 2018 festival by sponsoring a Young Ambassador.
With 12 months to go, we are looking for volunteers to fill a few Director positions for the 2018 Apple & Grape Festival. If you are interested, or know of someone who might be interested, please contact Greg Thouard, President on email@example.com or 0400 750 351.
The fabulous Mike Hayes will be offering two wine masterclasses, and a wine faults class in December. This would be a fantastic opportunity for a Christmas gift for winelovers, or staff Christmas party. Find out more about these classes.
Planning for the 2018 Apple & Grape Harvest Festival will soon be under way following the election of Directors at the Annual General Meeting held this week.
With the annual general meeting of the Apple & Grape Harvest Festival committee being held on 13 September, current Festival President Greg Thouard has issued an invitation for the future generations to become involved now. “For the Festival to survive and deliver at no less than its existing level, it will be the younger to middle age people of today who will make this happen”.
With the Annual General Meeting of the Apple & Grape Harvest Festival committee being held next week, President Greg Thouard will be pleased to provide good news about the economic benefit to the district as a result of the festival.
The Apple & Grape Harvest Festival is holding its annual general meeting on Tuesday 13 September 2016 at The Vines Motel Conference Room at 6.15 for a 6.30 start.
After ten massive days, the Apple and Grape Harvest Festival 2016 has come to a close, finishing with a spectacular weekend of entertainment, fun, food and wine. Over 75,000 people celebrated the 50th anniversary, filling the streets of Stanthorpe on Saturday for the Channel 7 Grand Parade and over 8000 people returned on Sunday for the Multicultural Carnival and Wine Fiesta in Weeroona Park.